Selena Gomez to produce a revived version of 1980s ‘Working Girl’

Actress and singer Selena Gomez are in talks with 20th Century Studios to develop a new version of the comedy film "Working Girl," which was first released in 1988.

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The Hollywood superstar Selena Gomez is now putting the finishing touches on the plans to remake the 1980s film “Working Girl,” which was a commercial and critical hit.

Selena Gomez has been well-known for a long time due to her role as a Disney Channel figure; however, it is due to her involvement in the hilarious and entertaining series Only Murders in the Building that she has broken through to the adult market.

She keeps up with the antics of her iconic comedy co-stars and has reached the stage in her career where doors are beginning to open for her to carve out a place for herself. She keeps up with the antics of her famed comedic co-stars. Her next priority is to see the remake of the comedy-drama Working Girl from 1988.

According to the story, the casting for the remake version of the movie has not yet been chosen, and it is still uncertain if Gomez would both feature in and produce the “Working Girl” remake.

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In the remade version from 1988, a determined Staten Island secretary in her 30s takes charge of the office while her boss is getting medical treatment for a leg injury. However, when the secretary gives a brilliant solution, her employer attempts to take credit for it himself.

Mike Nichols was the director of the first picture, which featured Sigourney Weaver, Melanie Griffith, and Harrison Ford in the leading roles. Positive comments were made about it by those who utilize the internet.

Ilana Pena, the author of the book “Diary of a Future President,” is now working on rewriting the screenplay for the comedy film.

Sandra Bullock, an American actress, sought in the 1990s to turn the film “Working Girl” into a short series for NBC. However, the show was canceled due to poor ratings, and Bullock’s endeavor was ultimately unsuccessful.

Gomez, best known for her role on the Disney Channel sitcom “Wizards of Waverly Place,” recently made the transition into the world of television production with her work on the Hulu comedy series “Only Murders in the Building.” In the show, she appears with Steve Martin and Martin Short in a co-starring role.

Gomez has also starred in and produced the reality television series “Selena + Chef,” which can be seen on HBO Max. Gomez has been involved with the show for the last several years.

According to various reports, she is represented by a number of different agencies, including WME, Lighthouse Management & Media, Johnson, Shapiro, Slewett, and Kole, amongst others.

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