Leonardo DiCaprio will star in an untitled project about Viking culturing that will be directed by Mel Gibson, VARIETY reports.
MTV has hired Tyler Posey, Tyler Hoechlin, Crystal Reed and Dylan O'Brien to star in TEEN WOLF, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE has been delayed until Jan. 14, 2011, SHOCKTILLYOUDROP.COM reports. Originally scheduled to hit theaters on Aug. 27, 2010, the first film in the series to use 3D technology is taking longer to put together than Screen Gems anticipated.
The team behind THE TWILIGHT SAGA, Summit Entertainment, is developing an action-oriented take on Dracula called VLAD, HEAT VISION reports.
Robin Williams and Elijah Wood are in talks to voice their characters again in HAPPY FEET 2, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
Actor Lance Henriksen (Aliens, Alien3 and AVP: Aliens vs. Predator) has signed up to appear in the upcoming Aliens vs. Predator game, developed by Rebellion in the UK.
NEW MOON heartthrob Taylor Lautner is up for the lead in Paramount's adaptation of MAX STEEL, reports the LOS ANGELES TIMES.
SUPER HERO HYPE talked with Jeremy Renner, star of THE HURT LOCKER, about recent talks he's had to play the role of Hawkeye in THE AVENGERS. The film from Marvel Studios is slated for release on May 4, 2012.
According to VARIETY, Tom Cavanagh has inked a deal to play Ranger Smith in YOGI BEAR. The live-action/CG animated film from Warner Bros. has already begun shooting in New Zealand.
Zoe Saldana is helping promote AVATAR leading up to its release, saying the movie will match the hype, according to THE LOS ANGELES TIMES.
Joshua Jackson will star in UFO, VARIETY reports. Matthew Gratzner will be directing the feature adaptation of the British TV series.
Natalie Portman told MTV that Kat Dennings (NICK AND NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST) is on the cast of THOR, but didn't reveal the role she'll be playing.
REAL STEEL, which VARIETY describes as a "ROCKY-esque robot tale," will begin filming in June starring Hugh Jackman.
Mania.com reports that Sam Worthington will star in a screen adaptation of Radical Publishing's comic THE LAST DAYS OF AMERICAN CRIME.
Kenneth Branagh has locked in Stuart Townsend, Ray Stevenson and Tadanobu Asano to play a trio who will fight alongside THOR in the upcoming drama, VARIETY reports.