Emily Ratajkowski, the stunning model who stars in Robin Thicke's controversial Blurred Lines video is reportedly in final talks for a role in Ben Affleck's new movie, Gone Girl.
Emily, 21, is reported to be in final talks to play Andie in David Fincher's anticipated adaptation of Gillian Flynn's hugely popular novel.
If Emily does land the coveted role, she'll be getting up close and personal with Ben who stars as male lead Nick. The story follows Nick as his wife Amy goes missing on their fifth wedding anniversary, in the midst of his affair with college student Andie.
Variety report that Emily is "closing a deal", for what would be her first major screen role. The high profile role comes after Emily led a group of near naked models in Thicke's video which has so far amassed over 42,000,000 views.
From modelling to acting! Emily Ratajkowski has reportedly landed her first film role after starring in Robin Thickes' Blurred Lines vid (YouTube)
Gone Girl has signed up an all-star cast with British actress and former Bond girl, Rosamund Pike confirmed last month to have landed the role of Amy. She beat a long line of Hollywood heavyweights to the part with Charlize Theron, Natalie Portman and Emily Blunt all previously in the frame
How I Met Your Mother's Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry are also in line for supporting roles.
Following sales of over two million in it's first year of release alone, Gone Girl's film rights were soon snapped up by 20th Century Fox with Reese Witherspoon's production company Pacific Standard signed on to produce.
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