Jim Parsons in Talks to Star in Comedy ‘Man-Witch’

He will also develop and produce the Warner Bros. project alongside Neal Moritz

“The Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons is in talks for the magic comedy “Man-Witch.”

He will also develop and produce the project alongside Neal Moritz.

Warner Bros. first picked up the pitch in 2005 — back then, Todd Phillips was on board to direct with Jack Black and Zach Galifianakis to star.

Parsons will play a schoolteacher who discovers that he has magic powers. A coven of witches takes him in, sending him to “witch school,” where he is surrounded by little witch girls.

Parsons’ most recent credits include “Visions” and “Home.”

Parsons is repped by CAA, Principal Entertainment LA and Gang Tyre.