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Miranda Lambert working on comedy screenplay

Miranda Lambert working on comedy screenplay

'SOMETHING IN THE WATER:' Miranda Lambert is working on a screenplay with Trey Fanjoy, the director behind several of her music videos. Photo: Associated Press

Country music star Miranda Lambert is set to collaborate with her longtime music video director on the comedy script for a new movie.

The “Over You” hitmaker and Trey Fanjoy have worked together on Lambert’s promos for hits like “Kerosene,” “The House That Built Me” and “Fastest Girl In Town.”

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Now the two are planning to bring “Something in the Water,” a female comedy about five women who compete against men in a bass fishing competition, to the big screen.

Lambert is slated to take on one of the lead roles, while Fanjoy is hoping to direct the movie, according to Deadline.com.

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