Considering that Jim Sheridan has made some great films over the years, it's a relief that the last film we'll get from the Irish director won't be Get Rich or Die Trying. The Hollywood Reporter announced that Sheridan is in talks to direct a remake of the Danish wartime drama Brothers for Relativity Media. The original film was released in 2004 and starred Ulrich Thomsen, Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Connie Nielsen. The story focused on two brothers whose close relationship is tested when the younger brother goes off to war in Afghanistan.

Writer David Benioff has been chosen to pen the remake and will work off the original script from the film's writer/director Susanne Bier. Plus, a serious family drama might be a nice counterpoint to the Wolverine flick that he has been working on. Benioff has done some good adaptation work in the past with 25th Hour, which bodes well for the project. Sheridan is probably best known for his films with Daniel Day Lewis and the partnership seemed to work well for both. Day-Lewis won an Oscar for My Left Foot, and Sheridan was twice nominated for In The Name of The Father and Left Foot. Word is that having Sheridan's name attached to the project will help land a few A-list stars for the film in the coming weeks. So while she might not be A-list, since Nielsen's stint on Law and Order: SVU looks to be wrapping up, at least she already knows her lines.