A Madonna in the making.
The iconic hitmaker hinted Kanye West's new girlfriend, Julia Fox, may be in the running to play her in her upcoming autobiographical movie. Madonna's not-so-subtle clue came after a heavily documented dinner and night out with a slew of stars — including Ye, Fox, Antonio Brown, Floyd Mayweather, The Game, and Evan Ross.
Madonna offered a glimpse of the star-studded group's night on the town on Thursday, January 13, in an Instagram post, with the "Material Girl" singer sparking rumors of her collab with Fox by leading her several-slide post with an image of her and the brunette babe.
"Went to dinner with Julia to talk about my movie," the Queen of Pop captioned the steamy photo showing the ladies all over each other while spread out on a sofa.
"And some other folks showed up," Madonna, 63, cheekily added.
In the sultry snap, Fox, 31, donned an all-leather ensemble, which included a long-sleeve top that put her toned abs on display. Madonna wore a prairie-style dress and artsy red harness with fishnets underneath and black boots.
The photoshoot took place inside Los Angeles hotspot Delilah, Radar reported.
Madonna is set to write and direct the upcoming movie alongside Juno screenwriter Diablo Cody. Little is known about her upcoming project, but several actress' names to play the "Hung Up" songstress have been floating around since 2020.
Apart from her role in Uncut Gems, Fox has been making headlines ever since she and Ye were first linked on New Year's Eve in Miami. Meanwhile, Fox may be competing against Ozark's Julia Garner and Little Women actress Florence Pugh, as both up-and-coming stars have been rumored to be considered for the esteemed role.
"Realistically, there are only a couple of people in town who could pull this role off," an insider candidly pointed out last year, per Radar. "The bosses who are helping put the movie together want Florence and nobody doubts that she could be amazing."
"On the other hand, fans and the press have already weighed in and, from that perspective, Julia is their frontrunner because she is such a dead ringer for early-career Madonna," another source added, before concluding: "the final decision will be Madonna's alone, since she's directing and it's her story."