Colin Farrell is currently in talks with Warner Bros. to join David Dobkin's 'Arthur and Lancelot.'

Variety reports the actioner was once set to star Kit Harrington ('Game of Thrones') and Joel Kinnaman ('The Killing'), but once the film had been postponed both actors had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts, presumably thanks to their duties on their respective TV series.

Now that the budget issues have been cleared, Farrell has begun to talk to the studio about starring in the film. No official synopsis has yet been released.

Dobkin is best known for his work scripting 'Wedding Crashers' and last year's 'The Change-Up' -- both comedies, or, in the case of 'The Change-Up,' it's probably best we don't call it a comedy... or ever speak of it again, really. If you invoke its name three times it will appear, followed by eight more of its ilk.