Fans of the British singer Adele may soon find the star appearing on the big screen for her movie debut.
Adele is in talks to do a cameo for director Xavier Dolan’s latest movie project, Screen Daily reported. Dolan’s upcoming movie project, titled “The Death and Life of John F. Donovan,” is slated to start filming in spring of next year. The film revolves around the story of an American movie star whose letters to an 11-year-old actor was exposed and eventually affected his career.
The actors and actresses confirmed to join Dolan’s film includes Susan Sarandon, Jessica Chastain, Kathy Bates and former “Game of Thrones” star Kit Harrington. Dolan is set to produce the film alongside Sons Of Manual Nancy Grant and Lyla Films’ Lyse Lafontaine. The executive producer for the movie will be Joe Iacono.
Meanwhile, the British singing superstar has already worked with Dolan, who directed the music video for Adele’s latest hit “Hello.” In the “Hello” clip, Adele showcased her acting prowess as she played the role of a woman who was dealing with the heartache of a lost love.
The Oscar winner also previously revealed that she would like to try acting, especially after she worked with Dolan for the “Hello” music video. In an interview with British radio station Kiss FM, Adele said, “I’m sure I’ll get some flak for this, but I actually would like to act after working with Xavier. I would be in a film for him, definitely.”
During the Kiss FM interview, Adele even described Dolan as “amazing” and that his movie projects were “incredible.”
Apart from trying out a career in acting, Adele has also branched out to other areas such as the magazine industry. According to Billboard, the British singer guest edited the first issue of revived Observer Music magazine. Adele even took to Twitter Wednesday to announce the good news. She wrote, “I'm so excited this magazine has come back, and I've guest edited the first one. The new Observer Music magazine.”
Apart from guest editing the magazine, Adele is also gracing the cover of Observer Music’s first edition. The magazine will hit newsstands on Nov. 15.