Anne Hathaway is well acquainted with playing journalists on the big screen. Now, she’s going to have another opportunity to show off her reporting skills, this time in France.

The 37-year-old Academy Award-winning actress is slated to take the lead in the upcoming “French Children Don’t Throw Food” adaptation, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“French Children Don’t Throw Food” is based on the autobiography “Bringing Up Bébé: One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting” by Pamela Druckerman. The book recounts her experience as a new mother living in Paris. Druckerman is a journalist who moved from the U.S. to the European city for her husband’s job. While there, she discovered some insightful differences in child-rearing in France vs. the U.S., particularly that French children are more well-mannered.

Blueprint Picture, known for its work creating the Oscar-winning “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” is set to produce the film. The company also helped produced another one of Hathaway’s films, “Becoming Jane,” a story about Jane Austen released in 2007. Most recently, they produced the latest adaptation of Austen’s novel, “Emma.”

Hathaway is on a journalist-playing kick lately. She most recently starred in Netflix’s “The Last Thing He Wanted,” playing a reporter caught up in a Reagan-era scandal while helping her ailing father in an arms-deal, Rolling Stone reported.

Before either of these projects, however, Hathaway played the iconic role of Andy Sachs in 2006's “The Devil Wears Prada” alongside Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt.

“I didn’t have to audition,” Hathaway told Variety during the film’s 10-year anniversary in June 2016. “I had to be patient. I wasn’t the first choice.”

Hathaway’s latest film, “French Children Don’t Throw Food,” is still in the early stages of development and has not yet confirmed a release date.

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Anne Hathaway is pictured attending the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 6, 2019, in Beverly Hills, California. Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images