Country superstar Faith Hill will make her bigscreen debut in Paramount’s remake of “The Stepford Wives.”
The studio is talks with the Grammy-winning songstress with an eye to casting her as one of the idealized suburban wives in the dark comedy.
Hill, one of the most popular solo female country artists, debuted in 1993 with the album “Take Me As I Am.” She married country star Tim McGraw in 1996. Hill is repped by CAA.
Nicole Kidman toplines a “Stepford” cast that includes John and Joan Cusack, Glenn Close, Christopher Walken and Roger Bart. The remake was scripted by Paul Rudnick and is being produced by Scott Rudin and Donald De Line.