Following on from “The Virgin Suicides” and “Marie Antoinette,” it looks like filmmaker Sofia Coppola and actress Kirsten Dunst could be re-teaming for the former’s next feature.
Town & Country recently spoke with Kirsten Dunst and indicated that: “There’s also talk of a third film with Sofia Coppola in 2016.”
This has immediately raised the question as to what the project might be as, not including the upcoming Netflix Christmas special starring Bill Murray which has already been shot, it’s not clear what the filmmaker’s next film might be.
Coppola was previously linked to co-writing and potentially directing an adaptation of Alysia Abbott’s “Fairyland: A Memoir Of My Father” about a young woman and her bisexual father in San Francisco during the start of the AIDS crisis. No word if that’s still the case.