June 3 (UPI) -- Jodie Turner-Smith may star in Noah Baumbach's new film White Noise.
Deadline confirmed Turner-Smith is in negotiations for the film, an adaptation of the Don DeLillo novel White Noise.
Raffey Cassidy, Sam Nivola and May Nivola will also have roles. Baumbach will write and direct the project.
White Noise follows Jack (Driver), a professor who has made his name by teaching Hitler studies at a liberal arts college. Jack, his fourth wife, Babette (Gerwig), and their kids must navigate an "airborne toxic event" that forces them to face their mortality.
White Noise marks Baumbach's third collaboration with Netflix, following The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) and Marriage Story.
Turner-Smith is known for playing Sgt. Azima Kandie on The Last Ship and starring in the film Queen & Slim. She plays the title character in the Channel 5 miniseries Anne Boleyn, which premiered this week.