Amy AdamsAmy Adams is reportedly up for not one, not two, but three different roles.

According to, the Oscar-nominated actress is considering a part in Jason Segel's highly anticipated -- and as-yet untitled -- 'Muppet' movie. Full details on her character were not disclosed.

Meanwhile, Adams is also said to be eyeing a role in 'We Bought a Zoo,' Cameron Crowe's first directorial effort since 2005's 'Elizabethtown.' If cast, Adams would play a zookeeper in the film, which stars Matt Damon as a "recently widowed man who buys a dilapidated zoo as a condition of purchasing a beautiful country estate."
Also on the 36-year-old beauty's radar: a "significant role" in DreamWorks' 'Welcome to People,' in which she would play half-sister to Chris Pine's character, who is also a "struggling single mother and a recovering alcoholic." Alex Kurtzman directs.

For now, sources tell EW that Adams is closest to landing a role in the 'Muppet' movie, though reps for Disney and Adams had no comment.

In the meantime, Adams can next be seen opposite Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale in the boxing flick 'The Fighter,' in theaters Dec. 10.

The Muppets
PG 2011
Based on 37 critics

The Muppets and their human fans stage a telethon to save Muppet Studios. Read More

We Bought a Zoo
PG 2011
Based on 40 critics

Looking for a fresh start, a single father (Matt Damon) moves his family to a dilapidated zoo. Read More

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