Rosamund Pike in Talks to Join Charlie Hunnam in 'The Mountain Between Us'

Getty Images
Rosamund Pike

The film focuses on two people who fall in love while stranded in the woods after a plane crash

Gone Girl's Rosamund Pike is in negotiations to star in The Mountain Between Us opposite Charlie Hunnam, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Hany Abu-Assad (Paradise Now) is directing the project for Fox 2000 and Chernin Entertainment, based on the 2010 novel by Charles Martin.

The film centers on two people who fall in love while stranded in the wilderness after a plane crash. J. Mills Goodloe and Scott Frank penned the screenplay.

Read more Five Things to Know About Rosamund Pike

Peter Chernin and Jenno Topping are producing the film, with Fox 2000's Marisa Paiva overseeing it.

First, Hunnam is set to film the title role in Warner Bros.' Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur, and Pike can next be seen in indie drama Return to Sender. She is also expecting a baby soon.

Pike is repped by CAA, United Artists and Magnolia Entertainment, while Hunnam is with CAA, Brillstein Entertainment and Sloane, Offer.

Gregg Kilday contributed to this report.

Twitter: @_RyanGajewski