Lopez In Talks To Reteam With "Selena" Director

Jennifer Lopez's sensational Grammy dress is apparently continuing to pay dividends in terms of films offers, as the actress-singer is now in talks to re-team with "Selena" director Gregory Nava for a project titled "Bordertown."

For the film, Nava wants Lopez to portray an investigative journalist who has been assigned to cover a string of murders at factories located on the border between the U.S. and Mexico. Nava is planning on writing and directing the film for his El Norte Productions under a joint deal with New Line, according to "Variety."

While Lopez has yet to definitely sign on for the "Bordertown," it has already been a busy spring for the actress-singer. She is currently wrapping work on "The Wedding Planner" with co-star Matthew McConaughey in San Francisco, and will then roll into production on another flick, "Angel Eyes," in May.

Lopez will supposedly earn a hefty, multi-million dollar payday for "Angel Eyes," in which she'll portray a police officer

who befriends a man coping with the loss of his wife and son.

The actress already has another film, "The Cell," in the can, and that picture, helmed by acclaimed video and commercial director Tarsem and co-starring Vince Vaughn and Vincent D'Onofrio, is due out on August 18.

Lopez's debut album, "On The 6," was recently certified quintuple platinum by the Record Industry Association of America.