Julia Roberts is set to produce and star in workplace comedy
She will play a woman who has never had to work before, but is suddenly forced to step into the real world and get a job.
Her last film, Larry Crowne (in which she starred alongside Tom Hanks), failed to set the box office alight, so it'll be interesting to see if Second Act will prove to be more popular.
The film will be co-produced by Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, but as yet there is no writer or director on board.
She will next be seen playing the Evil Queen in the Snow White adaptation Mirror, Mirror (the Lily Collins one) which will be released in March.