We love Owen Wilson. "Midnight in Paris." "Marley and Me." "A Night at the Museum." Heck, we even saw "The Big Year" twice. So if Wilson is in a movie, we're pretty much there, regardless of the details.
But sometimes we get a little bit of Wilson news that kicks the excitement up a couple of notches -- and this is one of those times, as New York Magazine is reporting that Wilson is in talks to star opposite Tina Fey in the upcoming film "Admission."
World, you're awesome.
Of course, nothing is set in stone yet, so expectations should be held in check for the time being. But the signs look promising, as Fey has been circling "Admission" -- which is an adaptation of the critically acclaimed novel by Jean Hanff Korelitz -- for a couple of months now.
What exactly she and director Paul Weitz ("American Pie," "About a Boy") have been talking about we're not sure, but based on this latest news we're guessing it might have been the choice of leading actor to appear alongside her in this story of a college admissions director whose latest batch of applicants dredges up secrets from her past.
And frankly, we couldn't think of a better match for Fey's patented wit than Wilson's easygoing charm, especially since he would be playing a teacher who is also a love interest. Seriously, we had a dream about that once.
A dream that may be coming true. Rock on.