While Steven Speilberg's adaptation of the Daniel Wilson novel Robopocalypse is a few years from hitting theaters, the film is closnig in on making its first casting announcements.
Earlier this year, Spielberg had mentioned that he was eyeing Chris Hemsworth for a lead role. Today, THR reports that Anne Hathaway is in talks to join the sci-fi flick in the female lead role.
Former Fox Studios chief Tom Rothman has also signed on to produce the film. Filming is scheduled to being in early 2013 with a current release date of April 25, 2014. The film will be co-distributed by Disney and Fox Studios, with Disney handling domestic distribution and Fox handling the international box office.
Robopocalypse explores the fate of the human race following a robot uprising. The novel has been adpated into a screenplay by Drew Goddard, who is best known for his writing work on LOST and this year's Cabin in the Woods.
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