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Jennifer Garner in Talks to Join Kevin Costner in DRAFT DAY

April 3, 2013
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The lovely Jennifer Garner is in talks to join Ivan Reitman's football flick "Draft Day". The once Paramount owned sports drama-comedy, is now in the hands of Summit after they negotiated for the distribution rights.

Kevin Costner is already set to star as the general manager in the story of the struggling football team, who is trying to secure them the right number one draft pick to help the team turn things around. Garner would be playing Costner's secretary in the movie, which definitely eludes to a "Jerry MacGuire" type situation.

Scott Rothman and Rajiv Joseph penned the script and the film is being produced by Reitman, Ali Bell and Tom Pollock. There is currently no word on production or other cast members.

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Source: MovieWeb

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