Not to be confused with "Can a Song Save Your Life?," of course.
Kellan Lutz and Camilla Belle aren't afraid to ask the tough existential questions as they've signed on for the romantic indie drama, "Love Is All You Need?," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The film is set in an alternate reality where homosexuality is the norm. Belle will play a star quarterback (no, that's not a typo) whose budding romance with a journalist (Lutz) leads to the couple being bullied.
This seems like a pretty bold experiment, something that Julie Taymor or Sofia Coppola might tackle — and we like the sound of it. "Love Is All You Need?" is being co-written and directed by Kim Rocco Shields, who also called the shots on the short film on which it's based.
Kellan Lutz seems to be setting the groundwork for a pretty interesting post-"Twilight" career. Besides "Love," he's recently signed on to play the title role in a new version of "Tarzan" and has also joined the cast of "Kid Cannabis." He's also got "Syrup" and "Java Heat" currently in post-production, though he'll next be seen playing Emmett Cullen for the last time in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," opening Nov. 16.
Camilla Belle is currently in post-production on "Open Road," co-starring Juliette Lewis and Andy Garcia, and is shooting both "Bumped," co-starring Katie Cassidy, and "I Brake For Gringos," co-starring Sara Paxton.
Production on "Love Is All You Need?" will commence sometime this fall.