Miranda Lambert, Trey Fanjoy Working on Comedy Feature

miranda-lambertfeaturedMiranda Lambert could be coming to the big screen. The singer-songwriter is working with music video director Trey Fanjoy and screenwriter Cindy McCreery on Something In The Water, a female comedy set in the heartland, according to Deadline. The feature focuses on five women who challenge their men in a bass fishing competition.

“With over a dozen award-winning collaborations with Miranda, I’ve no doubt Trey’s transition into features will be equally successful,” said Lambert’s manager Marion Kraft (Shopkeeper Management).

Fanjoy has worked with Lambert throughout her career. Fanjoy directed the video for Lambert’s first single, and has helmed the clips for “Kerosene,” “The House That Built Me,” “Fastest Girl In Town,” “Over You,” “Mama’s Broken Heart,” and Lambert’s latest video “Somethin’ Bad,” with Carrie Underwood.

Fanjoy is also considering work on two other projects, including the faith-friendly Take It Back, and Teenage Dream, which includes American Idol’s Randy Jackson, and Rafaella DeLaurentis as producers.

No word on a possible release date for Something In The Water.


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