John Krasinski is in talks to star in indie Drama 'Nobody Walks'.

The 'Office' star and actresses Rosemarie DeWitt and Olivia Thirlby are said to be in negotiations to take on the main roles in the film which tells the story of a Los Angeles family who find a charismatic, young artist causes havoc over the course of a week when they invite her into their lives, according to Variety.

Ry Russo-Young will direct from a script she has co-written with Lena Hunham.

Super Crispy Films partners Jonathan Schwartz and Andrea Sperling will produce along with Alicia van Couvering.

John will next star in 'Something Borrowed' with Kate Hudson. The movie - based on the 2005 debut novel of the same name from Emily Giffin - centres around the tale of a Manhattan lawyer (Ginnifer Goodwin) who becomes romantically involved with her best friend's fiance after her 30th birthday.

John will play a close friend of Ginnifer's character who has a much larger role in the sequel and as a result is expected to sign up for a second movie.

Filming on 'Nobody Walks' is scheduled to start at the end of May in Los Angeles.