Ryan Gosling and Zac Efron are both reportedly up for parts in "Star Wars: Episode VII," according to website Latino Review.
Won't that cross a weird fan line between traditional hunk-loving women and nerd women?
A source also told the website the Leonardo DiCaprio had discussions about starring in the "Star Wars" sequels, but has backed out.
Reports say that the next movie will take place about 30 years after "Return of the Jedi." There was no word on what role Efron was shooting for, but Gosling is reportedly interested in playing Luke Skywalker's son.
Disney wasn't talking about "Star Wars" at this year's Comic-Con, likely because it has its own annual D23 Expo coming up next month in Anaheim, where it's been speculated Disney may announce some cast decisions.
Production on the seventh film in the series will start next year in the U.K.
Star Wars cast announcements are speculated to be on the horizon at this year's D23.
According to Latino Review, DiCaprio ended up passing on "Star Wars" to work on a project called "Robotech."
No sense, that makes.
"Robotech" is reportedly set in an age when Earth has developed giant robots from technology from an alien ship found crashed on a South Pacific island. Naturally, humanity uses them to fight a race of giant space warriors who want their stuff back.