When the style-savvy trio exited the eatery, Konner was spotted carrying what looked to be a manuscript of the upcoming novel, All Is Not Forgotten. Witherspoon's production company, Pacific Standard, is already in the process of turning the Wendy Walker thriller into a movie. The novel, set to be released in 2017, centers around a teenager's rape in Connecticut and the efforts her parents and psychiatrist take to help her recall the details of the attack.
Could Dunham and Konner be attached to this project?
During an interview with Howard Stern this past October, Dunham expressed her interest in collaborating with Witherspoon. "I love Reese and the idea of working with her," she said. "We're friends and I adore her, but she's never outright asked. But now I'm going to use this as an entree."
Witherspoon responded to the Golden Globe winner by tweeting: "Hey @lenadunham all I gotta say is you write the script and I'm there girl! #Seriouslytho."
Dunham's co-star Allison Williams also revealed to Glamour in February that her Girls character, Marnie Michaels, was influenced by Witherspoon's role as Tracy Flick in Election. "Lena says 'Tracy' a lot when she's directing me," Williams revealed. "That's Marnie's thing."
While Dunham is trying to work with Witherspoon, another A-lister is regretting she didn't snatch up one of the actress' beloved parts when she had the chance. Christina Applegate revealed to ET that she was offered Witherspoon's Legally Blonde role. Here's why the former Married With Children star turned it down: