Selena Gomez Working Girl

Twentieth Century Studios is hoping to resuscitate "Working Girl" with the assistance of Selena Gomez.

Gomez is in definite dealings to create a reboot of "Working Girl," the Mike Nichols-coordinated satire featuring Sigourney Weaver, Melanie Griffith and Harrison Ford. Ilana Pena, who made the Disney+ series "Journal of a Future President," is adjusting the screenplay for the film, which is looking at a delivery on Hulu. A chief has not been reported.

Projecting has not been set, and it's hazy on the off chance that Gomez will star in the "Working Girl" redo as well as filling in as a maker. The 1988 variant follows an aggressive 30-something Staten Island secretary who assumes control over office tasks while her manager is recuperating from a wrecked leg. However, when the secretary tests out a triumphant thought, her manager endeavors to assume praise.

"Working Girl" was a basic and business win, getting more than $100 million at the worldwide film industry and landing six Oscar designations, including best picture and best chief for Nichols.

Many years prior, Sandra Bullock attempted to recover the enchantment of "Working Girl" in a brief NBC series during the 1990s, despite the fact that lowing ratings was dropped right on time due.

Gomez, a previous Disney Channel star from "Wizards of Waverly Place," has moved into the delivering space with Hulu's parody series "Just Murders in the Building." She stars in the show inverse Steve Martin and Martin Short. Gomez likewise as of late featured and created the HBO Max reality series "Selena + Chef." She's repped by WME, Lighthouse Management and Media, Johnson, Shapiro, Slewett and Kole.

Preceding assuming control on "Journal of a Future President," Pena was a staff essayist on "Insane Ex-Girlfriend." She is repped by Kaplan/Perrone. 





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