Chris Pine is in talks to star in 'Comancheria'.

The 34-year-old actor has reportedly entered into negotiations to appear in the upcoming action-thriller alongside Ben Foster, with Jeff Bridges also confirmed for a role.

The movie follows two brothers - set to be played by Pine and Foster - who hatch a plan to rob a bank when their family's West Texas farm faces foreclosure.

It is thought Bridges, 65, will portray a law enforcer who attempts to stop them.

The movie is being directed by David Mackenzie, while 'Sons of Anarchy' actor Taylor Sheridan will pen the script.

According to Deadline, if the talks go to plan, the movie will begin filming in June.

Pine most recently starred in 'Into The Woods' opposite Academy Award-winner Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt. He will also appear in 'Star Trek 3' alongside Simon Pegg, Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, John Cho, Anton Yelchin and Karl Urban.

Last year, Bridges appeared in 'The Seventh Son', while Foster, 34, has 'Warcraft' and 'Icon' - in which he plays disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong - in post-production.