Could one of the most revered and honored actors ever to grace a movie screen possibly be considering starring in a musical? It’s true—two-time Academy Award winner Daniel Day-Lewis, who’s known to be extremely picky about the roles he’ll accept, is in negotiations to star in the movie version of the Broadway musical Nine. Day-Lewis would play movie director Guido Contini, a role which was originated in 1982 by the late Raul Julia, who was nominated for a Tony. Antonio Banderas also earned a Tony nomination when he played the role in a 2003 revival of the production. Already confirmed to appear in the movie, which will be directed by Rob Marshall (Chicago) are Marion Cotillard, Penélope Cruz and Nicole Kidman.