Zach Braff is in negotiations to direct, rewrite and co-star in the comedy “Swingles” for Paramount Pictures.
Cameron Diaz has already signed on to star.
Braff will play a supporting role. The male lead is still being cast.
Story, which is based on a Duncan Birmingham spec, centers on a bachelor who is dumped by his wingman and teams up with a sharp-tongued woman he can’t stand in order to meet singles. Jeff Roda penned a draft as well.
Kevin Misher, whose credits include the upcoming Michael Mann-helmed “Public Enemies,” is producing.
Project will mark Braff’s second feature helming effort; he also directed the 2004 indie “Garden State.”
Braff just inked a deal for his final six episodes of ABC laffer “Scrubs.”