Keanu Reeves is looking to branch into television, it seems.
Not that we're complaining since more Keanu Reeves can only be a good thing.
The 'John Wick' star is in negotiations to star in 'The Devil In The White City' for Hulu.
It is based on the book 'The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America' by Erik Larson.
Leonardo DiCaprio bought the rights to the novel in 2010.
A film adaptation of the book was the original plan, with DiCaprio starring and Martin Scorsese directing.
Now it will be a mini series with DiCaprio and Scorsese exec producing the project.
Todd Field will direct the first two episodes of the series.
It is currently unknown which part Keanu Reeves is playing.
'The Devil in the White City' is set at The Chicago World’s Fair of 1893 and follows architect Daniel H. Burnham, and doctor and serial killer Henry H. Holmes, as their fates become interlinked.
He'll also loan his voice to 'DC League of Super-Pets', which hits cinemas later this year.