London: Matthew Broderick is making his come back in Broadway with `Nice Work If You Can Get It` from next year.
The 49-year-old Tony award winner will act as a Playboy who gets mixed up with smugglers in a 1920s-set romantic comedy, reported FemaleFirst.
The project was initially being developed by Tony-award winning director and choreographer Kathleen Marshall with Harry Connick Jr, but it got abandoned in 2008 due to a controversy between the actor`s agent and a producer.
It will now be produced by Scott Landis, along with Roger Berlind, Sonia Friedman, and Roy Furman.
Broderick has previously won two Tony awards for his work on the stage and previously appeared in a number of stage productions in New York, including `The Producers`, `How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying` and `Brighton Beach Memoirs`.