Rachel Brosnahan has been roped in to star in The Switch, which is based on writer Beth O'Leary's well-received novel of the same name. According to Deadline, the Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actress is attached to serve as an executive producer along with O’Leary.

The rights to O’Leary’s aforesaid novel have been acquired by Amblin Partners. The project will be produced by Amblin’s Kristie Macosko Krieger, who has produced an impressive list of films including The Post, Bridge of Spies, and the upcoming West Side Story. The screenplay will be adapted by the Funny Women Awards 2016 runner up Bekka Bowling.

Leary’s second novel dubbed The Switch, which is a Sunday Times bestseller was made available in the UK last month. It is slated to release in the United States and Canda on Aug. 18. The story revolves around a 29-year-old consultant who decides to swap life with her 79-year-old grandmother for a couple of months following a series of failures.

While the younger woman ends up shifting to a small Yorkshire village to deal with responsibilities such as taking the dog for a walk and keeping an eye on the neighborhood, the older woman, on the other hand, moves to a small London flat and starts up a social club for lonely people in the city, while learning to navigate dating apps.

The role of overseeing the film for the studio has been assigned to the production company's President of Production Jeb Brody. Brosnahan was slated to star alongside actor Anthony Ramos in the company's imminent comedic sci-fi film Distant, but its production was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aside from that, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star is also poised to produce and star in an Amazon Studio movie called I’m Your Woman. The film will be directed by Julia Hart, while Jordan Horowitz will serve as a co-writer.

Rachel Brosnahan is repped by Adams & Dunham, Dapello, Rose, CAA and Schreck, and Brillstein Partners. O’Leary is repped by The Artists Partnership, Bowling by CAA, Brecheen Feldman Breimer Silver & Thompson, LPP, TV & Film Agency, and Darley Anderson Literary.

Two-time Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan propelled straight to skyrocketing popularity with her turn as Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel in Historical drama dubbed The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Aside from that, she garnered huge popularity for her roles in Manhattan and Netflix’s well-received series House of Cards, which led to an Emmy nomination.