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Anne Hathway to Go Back to Rom-Com Genre With Mindy Kaling's Film

October 9, 2012 (3:13 am) GMT
The 'Alice in Wonderland' actress is set to take the lead role in 'The Low Self-Esteem of Lizzie Gillespie', which has Kaling serving as the screenwriter.

is set to go back to her romantic comedy root. The Catwoman of "" will team up with in a new rom-com flick called "".

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kaling serves as a co-writer for the project alongside Brent Forrester. "" star is also expected to take a supporting role, while Hathaway is poised to tackle the lead role.

The story itself follows a woman whose lack of self-worth has limited her choice in men to losers. She almost hits the bottom of the barrel when life gives her an unexpected turn as a hottest guy ever suddenly pursues her.

Currently in the development process, the "Lizzie Gillespie" project is still looking for a director. There's still no word on when the movie is projected to kick off filming. The new rom-com will be produced by Lianne Halfon and Russell Smith through Mr. Mudd Productions.

Hathaway has starred in a number of popular rom-com flicks, such as "", "", "" and "". She's most recently turned into action mode when starring as Catwoman in Christopher Nolan's last Batman film. She will next be seen in much-awaited musical drama "", which is set to come out Stateside on December 25.

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