Jennifer Lawrence Might Be Playing A Romantically Doomed Diver For Her Next Role

Both J-Law and her 'Mockingjay' director Francis Lawrence are reportedly eyeing the James Cameron-produced project.

Reunited and it feels so good.

Looks like Jennifer Lawrence and director Francis Lawrence, who worked together on “Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” are in talks to collaborate again for Twentieth Century Fox’s romantic drama “The Dive.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the “Mockingjay” actress has been offered to star in the James Cameron-produced film, which centers on the true love story between Cuban diver Francisco “Pipin” Ferreras and French diver Audrey Mestre.

If Jennifer signs up for the role, she would play Mestre, who went on to break several world records as a freediver under Ferreras’ tutelage. She died, however, at the age of 28 while attempting a breath-hold dive over 500 feet.

J. Michael Straczynski ("Thor") penned the script for the movie, which Cameron, a diving enthusiast, has been developing since 2002.

It’s still unknown whether a deal will be made, but with Cameron and the "Hunger Games" duo in the fold, this motion picture has the potential to be one for the books.