Reese Witherspoon and Bradley Cooper are attached to star in the romantic comedy, "This Means War," for 20th Century Fox. McG ("Terminator Salvation," the "Charlie's Angels" movies) is in talks to direct.
"War" tells the tale of two best friends, inseparable since childhood, who fall in love with the same woman (Witherspoon). The two men's bond disintegrates and their ensuing battle escalates to mammoth proportions, with New York City demolished in their wake.
Fox picked up the script back in 1998, with the project seeing its share of producers, directors such as Gore Verbinski and stars such as Martin Lawrence come and go. With McG taking the director's chair, it seems as if the long-gestating project is finally on track to getting made.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
It sounds like "Bride Wars," but with dudes and without a wedding. Also, I can't imagine Witherspoon playing a woman two men fight over. It was cute in 2002 in "Sweet Home Alabama," but not so much now.