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Andrew Garfield attends the after party for the UK Premiere of 'The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus' at the Langham Hotel on October 6, 2009 in London, England.
Sony Pictures announced July 1 that relatively unknown actor Andrew Garfield will be playing Peter Parker in the upcoming installment of the Spider-Man franchise. Execs started looking for a new Spider-Man after Tobey Maguire and director Sam Raimi backed out of the fourth film due to story and scheduling conflicts.
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Heather Graham has parlayed the success of The Hangover into the role of "crazy aunt Opal" in Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer, based on the series of books by Megan McDonald, who co-wrote the screenplay with Kathy Waugh.
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Colin Farrell is contemplating a role alongside Eric Bana in By Virtue Fall, about “a professional and personal relationship between two characters that evolves from friendship to betrayal and retribution.” The film would be Up in the Air co-writer Sheldon Turner's directorial debut.
TV vampire Deborah Ann Woll and film vampire Nikki Reed have joined the cast of Catch .44, which stars Kate Mara, Lizzy Caplan and Malin Ackerman as three women working in Vegas who get recruited by Bruce Willis to be assassins. Forest Whitaker also stars.
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Adam Brody has signed on for Scream 4 as "a cop recently graduated from college who was raised on the CSI TV series.” His role as a 5-0 in Cop Out worked out so well...
Angela Bassett is on board for a “wedding-themed ensemble comedy” called Jumping the Broom, about ” the clash of two black families from opposite ends of the socioeconomic spectrum meeting for the first time during a weekend wedding in Martha’s Vineyard.”
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Rachel McAdams will star opposite Channing Tatum in The Vow, about a couple who suffer a horrible car accident that lands her in a coma. When she comes to she has no recollection of her husband or their romance and so he must court her again.
Don Cheadle and Frida Pinto are rumored to have been offered roles in Planet of the Apes: Rise of the Apes, which already has James Franco cast in the lead.
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Alexander Skarsgard has signed on to play Taylor Kitsch's brother in the film adaptation of the boardgame Battleship that's being directed by Peter Berg ("Hancock," "Friday Night Lights").
A-Team star Bradley Cooper is attached to a film about a major-league baseball player sent to the minors to rehab from an injury. He ends up staying at an old folks home, where he meets an old baseball guru who helps him get his life and career back on track.
Lauren Graham of Gilmore Girls fame is said to be joining the cast of Scream 4, which already has Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Courtney Cox, Neve Campbell and David Arquette in the mix.
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Ben Walker (Flags of Our Fathers) and Michael Fassbender (Jonah Hex are in talks to star as the young Beast and Magneto, respectively, in X-Men: First Class.
Odette Yustman and Stana Katic have joined the cast of The Double, starring Richard Gere and Topher Grace as a mismatched pair of CIA agents out to catch a senator's killer.
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<Twilight producer Wyck Godfrey wants to cast Kristen Stewart in the notorious violent and brutal French horror film The Martyrs, despite his own admission that it's "not remake-able in its form for an American audience." Good luck with that.
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Adams Scott inches ever closer to inevitable stardom with a role in My Idiot Brother, which stars Paul Rudd as a man with three sisters -- Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel and Emily Mortimer -- and an overbearing mother. Great cast, can't wait.
Peter Dinklage and Steve Zahn are set to star in director Joe Lynch's Knights of Badassdom, about a band of live-action role players who "conjure up a demon from hell by mistake and must deal with the consequences."
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Model-actress Gemma Ward has been cast as a talking mermaid in Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, most likely alongside fellow mermaid Astrid Berges-Frisbey.
Nick Nolte and Jennifer Garner are said to be in the running for roles in the remake of Arthur starring Russell Brand, Greta Gerwig and Helen Mirren. Garner would be the rich girl Arthur is supposed to marry, and Nolte would play her father.
Frank Langella and Hope Davis are among those circling Kathryn Bigelow's HBO series, Miraculous Year, about a self-destructive Broadway composer-lyricist, to be played by Norbert Leo Butz.
Michael Sheen will take a break from playing Tony Blair to star alongside Toni Collette in Jesus Henry Christ, about an in-vitro conceived kid who tracks down his biological father.
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Milla Jovovich will star in Bad Luck, from director David R. Ellis, about what happens to a group of folks when superstitions come true.
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Sigourney Weaver has joined director John Singleton's Abduction, which stars Taylor "Twilight" Lautner as a man who discovers a picture of himself on a missing person's website.
Stanley Tucci will play Dr. Abraham Erskine in The First Avenger: Captain America, the scientist who develops the serum that gives our hero his super-human strength.
True Blood star Stephen Moyer has added to films to his calendar, the upcoming adaptation of the old TV Western The Big Valley, and Double, which stars Richard Gere and Topher Grace as mismatched CIA partners.
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Neal McDonough, perhaps best known for quitting Desperate Housewives because he refused to do a sex scene that went against his Christian beliefs, has also been added to the cast of Captain America.
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Hilary Swank is teaming up with horror master John Carpenter for a big-screen adaptation of Fangland, a post-9/11 retelling of Bram Stoker's Dracula set in New York City.
Winter's Bone star Jennifer Lawrence will appear in House at the End of the Street, about a young woman who moves to a new town only to learn that a double murder took place across the street from her new home.
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Malin Akerman perhaps best known as Silk Spectre II from Watchmen, will star alongside Bruce Willis, Forest Whitaker and Kate Mara in Catch .44, about three women who must confront a psychopathic hit man.
Justin Theroux, who's been busy mostly off-screen since appearing in Mullholland Drive, is joining director David Wain's Wanderlust, starring Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd as a couple who flee their city lives for a commune.
James Franco will star as a scientist in the midst of the war between the humans and apes in the upcoming prequel, Rise of the Apes, and he'll play the title role in Ricky Stanicky, a make-believe fall guy concocted by three teens who continue to blame him for every misstep over the next 20 years. Franco is hired to play Ricky after their wives demand a meeting. Check out what other stars have got the part.
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Bruce Willis is in talks to join Antoine Fuqua's prison escape film, The Tomb, about a prisoner expert who gets framed and locked up in a maximum security facility of his own design -- because of course that's where you'd keep him.
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Sam Rockwell is considering the part of Joe, “a guy who finds himself accompanying his pregnant teenage girlfriend to Bethlehem, Maryland. His girlfriend’s name is Mary and soon the town is agog that it’s about to witness the Second Coming," according to Deadline. He would join Bette Midler, Kim Cattrall and Pixie Lott (?) -- weird.
Martin Scorsese is still kicking the tires on his Sinatra biopic, and said in May, "[I've] yet to spot the actor who can bring back Frank Sinatra alive on screen. My choice is Al Pacino, and Robert De Niro as Dean Martin."
Captain America star Hayley Atwell, who plays our hero's love interest, let the world know that Tommy Lee Jones is also on board. Rumor has it he'll play Cap's mentor, General Chester Philips.
Julia Stiles, whose career would be at the bottom of a lake were it not for the Bourne series, is in talks to join the cast of Showtime's Dexter in an as yet unspecified role.
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Satruday Night Live star Jason Sudeikis is joining Charlie Day and Jason Bateman as three disgruntled employees who form a pact to kill their higher-ups in Horrible Bosses. So far Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrell are two of the three in the cross-hairs.
Because he was potted out and about in London with his Kick Ass director Matthew Vaughn and Vaughn's X-Men: First Class star James McAvoy, there's speculation that Aaron Johnson may be in line to play a young Cyclops in the prequel.
Cary Elwes will take a break from the Saw franchise to join Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher in Friends With Benefits, in which he'll play the former's flirtatious co-worker.
Orlando Bloom is set to play the Duke of Buckingham in Paul W.S. Anderson’s 3D adaptation of The Three Musketeers, joining a cast that already includes Christoph Waltz, Logan Lerman, Matthew MacFadyen, Ray Stevenson, Milla Jovovich and Mads Mikkelsen.
Sigourney Weaver has will star as Margaret Matheson, “a para-psychologist who attempts to debunk a very reputable psychic who has just returned to the limelight after 30 years," in the new film from Buried director Rodrigo Cortes.
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Ellen Page will star alongside Diane Keaton and Wes Bentley in HBO's upcoming series Tilda, which is loosely based on the exploits of Hollywood blogger Nikki Finke, who has been hired as a consultant to keep her from suing them.
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Jean-Claude Van Damme, Gary Oldman Michelle Yeoh, and Victor Garber will join Po and The Furious Five for Kung Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom, due out May 27, 2011.
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Channing Tatum will play a junkie wrestling with the horrors of detox in What's Left of Us, which is being adapted for the big screen by Richie Farrell, who wrote the memoir of the same title.
John Cusack will play an amnesiac serial killer in Jack, the upcoming film from director Brad Anderson (The Machinist, Session 9).
Marion Cotillard will star in and produce Second Coming, co-starring Mark Ruffalo, Ethan Hawke, Anjelica Huston and Thandie Newton, about an actor whose film about the second coming of Christ kicks off a media frenzy that results in the death of his wife and child in a paparazzi-caused accident.
Dustin Hoffman will star in Nightwork based on the 1974 thriller about a man who goes on the run after lifting a large stash of money off a naked dead body he found in a seedy hotel room.
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Ellen Page will set the iIs she?" rumors flying again with her role in Freeheld, an adaptation of the documentary of the same name about a New Jersey cop whose cancer diagnoses kicks off a fight to have her benefits transferred upon her death to her girlfriend of seven years.
John Hurt has signed on to join Kirsten Dunst, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlotte Rampling and Charlotte Gainsbourg in Lars von Trier's end-of-the-world saga Melancholia.
Emile Hirsch (above), Kristen Scott Thomas, Jeremy Irons and Tony Shalhoub will star in Tangier, about a solider who goes AWOL in the North African city and is hired to look after a wealthy socialite. The film is being written and directed Sean Gullette, and produced by Darren Aronofsky, with whom he co-wrote Pi.
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Jessica Biel is ready to play Anna Tessieri Giro, the singer who seduced Vivaldi and inspired him to write his legendary Four Seasons.
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Evangeline Lilly and fellow Hurt Locker co-star Anthony Mackie have joined Real Steel, the robot-boxing comedy starring Hugh Jackman and being directed by Shawn Levy (Date Night).
The Age of Adeline will star Katherine Heigl as a woman who stops aging only to realize that she must surrender immortality if she wants to be with the man of her dreams. Heigl's mom is executive producing, so what sould go wrong?
Rebecca Hall is joining The Wire star Dominic West for The Awakening, about a 1920s ghost hunter who goes to a boarding school to debunk rumors of a haunting only to realize that maybe she's wrong.
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Kurt Russell will play Virgil Lone, a PI who gets pulled into a dark underworld, in the neo-noir thriller Undying, written by Gary Whitta, the guy who wrote Book of Eli.
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Lasse Hallstrom will direct Emily Blunt and Ewan McGregor in Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, from a script written by Paul Torday of Slumdog Millionaire fame.
Toni Colette, who got her big break stateside in Muriel's Wedding, is reteaming with that film's writer-director PJ Hogan for Mental, based onthe real-life nanny who helped raise Hogan and his siblings.
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MIla Kunis will star opposite Justin Timberlake in Friends With Benefits, about, well, you can probably figure it out for yourself.
Antonio Banderas will reunite with the man who made him famous, Pedro Almodovar, for La Piel Que Habito (The Skin I Live In), about a surgeon who seeks revenge on the man who raped his daughter and drove her into a mental institution.
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Catherine Keener is joining Emma Stone, Nic Cage and Ryan as the voices behind The Croods, the animated caveman comedy about a family forced out of their home by an earthquake.
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Rashida Jones has joined an all-star cast that includes Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, Jack Black, Anjelica Huston, Brian Dennehy, Dianne Wiest, Tim Blake Nelson and Jim Parsons for The Big Year, about rivals in a massive bird-watching competition.
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The laughably handsome Jon Hamm will star in Kritsen Wiig's wedding comedy -- formerly known as Bridesmaids -- about to women vying for control of their friend's bridal shower. Maya Rudolph and Rose Byrne are on-board for the Judd Apatow produced comedy.
After a career-reviving five-year run on Weeds, Elizabeth Perkins is moving back to the silver screen for I Hop, costarring James Marsden as a guy who runs over the Easter Bunny's son, voiced by Russell Brand, and must make amends by stepping to help save Easter.
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Sarah Silverman has joined the cast of Take This Waltz from writer-director Sarah Polly, starring Michelle Williams as a woman who struggles to stay monogamous. Seth Rogen is also on board.
In the span of a week, Rose Byrne has become associated with both the Kristen Wiig comedy formerly known as Bridesmaids and The Astral, from the creative team behind the original Saw, about parents whose son slips into a coma, becoming a conduit for bad craziness from beyond.
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Richard Gere and Topher Grace are thrown together by the CIA to track down the Russian assassin behind the death of a U.S. senator in a spy thriller called Double.
Jennifer Connelly is up for the part of Vince Vaughn's wife in Cheaters, about a guy trying to decide whether or not to tell his best friend, Kevin James, that his wife, Winona Ryder, is stepping out on him.
Cary Elwes is back as Dr. Lawrence Gordon in the 3D torture porn festival Saw VII, about a fresh wave of terror that's unleashed when a group of Jigsaw survivors come together. Do you think he cries late at night when Princess Bride comes on the talking box?
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Gary Oldman is set to play "Witchfinder General" in director Susan Hardwicke's re-imagining of Red Riding Hood, co-starring Amanda Seyfried, Julie Christie and Max Irons
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John Krasinski, whose move to the big screen has been fraught with missteps, will star along Drew Barrymore in Whales, about about three California grey whales trapped under Arctic Circle ice. Oh, well...
Shia LaBeouf is eying the title role in The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman, a 2007 Black List script about, a young man who tries to get over the death of his mother by heading off to Hungary, where he meets a mysterious (and presumably beautiful) local woman.
Marisa Tomei is circling the part of Matthew McConaughey's ex-wife in The Lincoln Lawyer, based on the Michael Connelly novel about an attorney defending a wealthy Beverly Hills man who's accused of attacking a woman he met in a bar.
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Billy Crudup and Toby Jones are joining Zooey Descahnel in Enchantress Of Numbers, about Ada Lovelace, a 19th Century writer considered by some to be the first computer programmer. Google her, there isn't enough space here to get into it.
Lizzy Caplan (John Cusack's love interest in Hot Tub Time Machine) will star in Queens of Country, about a young woman who discovers an iPod full of her favorite songs and set out to find the owner, convinced he'll be the love of her life. It sounds little cheesy, but we like her...
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Kurt Russell, Adrien Brody and Sharon Stone have been cast in Waco, about the deadly 1993 stand-off between the FBI and David Koresh's Branch Davidians. ANy chance Stone is playing Janet Reno?
Daniel Dae Kim is joining Kellan Lutz in Deathagmes, as a fellow prisoner who must fight his way to freedom to escape the sadistic mastermind played Samuel L. Jackson. This is what happens when your show gets canceled.
Cameron Diaz and Benicio del Toro are attached to Ex to Grind, about a star athlete whose career is cut short by injury who ultimately ends up sponging off his successful wife, who eventually grows disgusted with him and even more so with the idea of having to pay him alimony.
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On the heels of Date Night's -- ahem -- success, Tina Fey and Steve Carell are already eying a second joint venture, Mail-Order Groom.
Katherine Heigl's next project is One for the Money, based on the first of the Stephanie Plum novels. Heigl will play "an unemployed lingerie buyer who becomes a bounty hunter to make ends meet. Seriously, that's what this thing is about," says The Playlist.
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Clive Owen will be playing the father to "an 11-year-old girl who is forced to confront childhood demons” in Intruders, to be directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Actor-turned-director Dermont Mulroney has cast Jane Seymour, along with James Brolin, Mandy Moore and Kellan Lutz, to Love, Wedding, Marriage, about a marriage counselor who learns he parents are getting divorced.
Emile Hirsch has joined Olivia Thirlby in the cast of The Darkest Hour, about a group of U.S. students traveling in Moscow when an alien invasion strikes.
Welcome to the Jungle will feature the vice of Jamie Foxx in an animated film he helped pitch. Let's hope this doesn't distract him too much from his Laverne & Shirley script. Yes, that's Foxx above, you don't recognize because nobody saw The Soloist.
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Kevin Bacon will star in the tentatively titled Stupid, Crazy, Love, along with Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Analeigh Tipton and Emma Stone.
Who would've guessed 20 years ago that Tom Arnold would have a way better career than Roseanne? Anywho... Arnold has joined Taylor Kitsch in the cast of director Peter Berg's Battleship.
Scene-stealer Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine, Harold & Kumar) star alongside Jennifer Garner in the upcoming Butter, a satirical look at the world of competitive butter sculpting.
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Aziz Ansari, who catapulted to fame with his epic turn as Osama bin Laden, will be starring in 30 Minutes or Less from Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer.
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Tough guy Jason Statham, here in Sylvester Stallone's hotly anticipated testosterone fest The Expendables, is eying a role alongside Javier Bardem and Mickey Rourke in Potsdammer Platz from director Tony Scott. The movie focuses on some mobsters from Jersey who try to expand their business into Puerto Rico -- yes, they'll probably change the title.
Taylor Kitsch apparently still feels indebted to Peter Berg for casting him in Friday Night Lights, 'cuz now he's agreed to star in the director's upcoming film based on the bored (stet) game Battleship.
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Kate Hudson will be joining John Krasinski and Ginnifer Goodwin in "Something Borrowed," a rom-com in which she'll play a woman whose fiance gets involved with her best friend.
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Angelina Jolie is eying the title role in Maleficent, a Wicked-like re-telling of the story of Sleeping Beauty from the villain's point of view, which Tium Burton is rumored to be directing.
Modern Family star Sophia Vergara is joining Jonathan Winters, Neil Patrick Harris, Hank Azaria, Katy Perry, Alan Cumming and George Lopez in the cast of the live-action/CGI hybrid The Smurfs.
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Tahar Rahim, who gave a star-making turn in A Prophet, has been cast to star in Emir Kusturica's forthcoming comedy about two Palestinian brothers who try to smuggle their father's body from Jerusalem to Ramallah.
Having starred in the dreadful, Cop Out, Tracy Morgan hopes to change his luck by replacing Terrence Howard in Son of No One, which stars Channing Tatum as a young cop in post-9/11 Queens, along with Katie Holmes, Al Pacino and James Gandolnfini, among others.
Reese Witherspoon and Tom Cruise are said to be eying "Paper Wings," a romance between a rodeo star and an up-and-coming country singer -- we'll leave it to you to sort out who plays who.
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Emma Thompson says Carey Mulligan, hot off her star-making turn in "An Education," is going to play Eliza Doolittle, and she hopes Hugh Grant will play Henry Higgins, in her upcoming My Fair Lady reboot.
Angela Bassett has joined the cast of Green Lantern, starring Ryan Reynolds, as the morally squishy government agent Dr Amanda Blake Waller.
Timothy Dalton, last seen dishing out the sinister in 2007's Hot Fuzz, has joined the cast of The Tourist, which already stars Angelina Jolie and Johny Depp, about a heartbroken American who becomes the pawn in an international manhunt.
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Charlotte Gainsbourg, who went to hell and back with Lars von Trier, is poised to become the first leading lady to do a second film with the famed director, by joining the cast of Melancholia.
Chloe "Hit Girl" Moretz, above, and Jessica Chastain are linked to The Fields, about a real-life serial murderer in Texas. The film already stars Sam Worthington and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as a pair of cops who join forces to crack the case.
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A who's-who of black actresses and singers -- including Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, Phylicia Rashad, Jurnee Smollett, Kimberly Elise, Kerry Washington, Loretta Devine and Macy Gray -- are on board for Tyler Perry's next film, an adaptation of the 1975 play For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf.
Jennifer Connelly has joined the cast of the comedy-thriller Salvation Boulevard, based on the novel by Larry Beinhart, which tells the story of a PI's investigation of a professor's murder, leading to a religious tug-of-war. Greg Kinnear, Pierce Brosnan, Ed Harris and Jim Gaffigan are starring as well, and Marisa Tomei is in talks to join.
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Juno Temple (]Year One) will be staying busy with roles as a high school tramp on a road trip to find her dad in Dirty Girl, Goodnight Moon, about two girls on the run, and Jack and Diane, the much buzzed lesbian werewolf romance.
Twilight star Kellan Lutz has joined the cast of Tarsem Singh's War of the Gods, which is yet another telling of the Greek myth behind Clash of the Titans. The cast already includes Freida Pinto, Henry Cavill and Mickey Rourke. Shooting starts in April.
Zombieland scene-stealer Emma Stone is up for the lead in The Help, based on the 1960 bestseller about a woman interviewing a prospective maid. Stone is also is joining Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling in a comedy about a guy who gets dumped and his smooth-talking friend who tries to coach him in the ways of skirt-chasing.
Rebecca Hall (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Frost/Nixon) will star opposite Will Ferrell in Everything Must Go, which will see the funnyman play straight again, this time as an off-the-wagon alcoholic who lives on his front lawn selling all his possessions.
Jamie Foxx will star opposite Bruce Willis in the video game adaptation Kane & Lynch about a par of escaped convicts busted out of jail to retrieved a stash of stolen loot.
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Filmmaker David Miller says Philip Seymour Hoffman is among the folks "reaching out" to his planned Daniel Johnson biopic.
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Ivan Reitman will direct stars Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman in the title roles of Friends With Benefits, about -- well -- if you don't know it'd probably offend you.
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Death Proof hottie Mary Elizabeth Winstead has been confirmed for the Thing prequel/reboot, and the cast has added a bunch of real live Norwegians, including Dennis Storhøi The 13th Warrior, Trond Espen Seim The Frost, Jørgen Langhelle Svik, Stig Henrik Hoff, Jan Gunnar Røise, Kristofer Hivju Manhunt and Jo Adrian Haavind.
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With Marmaduke on the way this summer, Owen Wilson has decided to work off-screen for a spell. He and Woody Harrelson will play a pair of time traveling turkeys -- that is not a euphemism -- in Turkeys.
Reese Witherspoon apparently loved Sweet Home Alabama, 'cuz she'll be playing an eerily similar role in The Pioneer Woman, based on the blog of the same name, about a big-city woman who falls for the charms of rural America and a man who lives there.
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Be warned Smurfs, Gargamel has arrived! in the form of Hank Azaria, who joins a cast that already includes Jonathan Winters, Neil Patrick Harris, Katy Perry, Alan Cumming and George Lopez.
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Chloe star Amanda Seyfried has signed on to star in The Girl Who Conned the Ivy League, about the real-life story of Brooke Henson, who scammed her way into Harvard and Columbia before sparking a nationwide womanhunt. McG is directing.
Kristen Stewart, who has been doing a fine job of distancing herself from Bella with roles in The Runaways and Welcome to the Rileys, is nearing a deal to co-star in Backwoods alongside Julianne Moore, with the latter's husband, Bert Freundlich, directing.
Chris Evans will play a junkie lawyer who sues a health-care company in Puncture, from directors Adam and Mark Kassen.
Michel Gondry is working on a script about time travel and wants Ellen Page to star as Nancy, "a young woman who participates in the discovery (of a time machine) and changes the world."
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Sigourney Weaver has joined the cast of writer-director Amy Heckerling's Vamps as the vampire queen. Alicia Silverstone and Krysten Ritter co-star in the horror-comedy.
British actor David Oyelowo, who stars in George Lucas' upcoming <i.Red Tails about the Tuskegee Airmen, has been cast as Martin Luther King Jr. in Precious director Lee Daniels' Selma.
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