Actor and director Olivia Wilde has just landed a major gig.
Olivia Wilde will write and direct an untitled, female-centric Marvel film for Sony Pictures.
While the exact nature of the project has yet to be confirmed, sources believe the project will be centred on Spider-Woman.
Wilde has directed one feature so far, modern comedy gem 'Booksmart'.
She will also direct the thriller 'Don’t Worry Darling,' starring Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Shia LaBeouf and Dakota Johnson.
The movie will be penned by Wilde's 'Booksmart' writing partner Katie Silberman with Amy Pascal producing.
Olivia Wilde, Silberman and Pascal are also working together on a Christmas buddy film for Universal.
Spider-Woman has been the alter ego of numerous characters over the years. These include including Gwen Stacy, Mary Jane Watson, Julia Carpenter and Jessica Drew.
Most recently the "Spider-Gwen" version of the character appeared in 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'.
This marks the second movie based around a female character in Sony’s universe of Marvel characters to land a director.
Previously S.J. Clarkson was tapped to direct a Madame Webb movie.
Sony is also developing Black Cat and Silver Sable movies.
The projects follows the big box office success of Sony's Tom Hardy starrer 'Venom' in 2018.