From "Mean Girls" to "Masters of Sex," Lizzy Caplan is everywhere we want to be and in everything we want to see. That might include next year's sequel to the surprise hit "Now You See Me," which the actress is currently in talks for.
Isla Fisher was one of the few the lone women holding down the fort in 2013's "Now You See Me," which co-starred Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Mark Ruffalo, Dave Franco, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and Mélanie Laurent. Fisher, who appeared in the acerbic 2012 comedy "Bachelorette" with Caplan, had to bow out of the sequel because she's pregnant. Daniel Radcliffe will also appear in "Now You See Me 2" as the son of Michael Caine's character's Arthur Tressler.
Of course, whether or not Caplan joins the film depends on her "Masters of Sex" schedule. Her performance as researcher Virginia Johnson has won over viewers and critics alike, and she's got a roster of films coming up in the next year or so, like "The Interview" with Seth Rogen and James Franco, and "Untitled Christmas Eve Movie," with Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
"Now You See Me 2" is already slated for June 10, 2016.
[Via The Wrap]