MALICE IN WONDERLAND actress Katia Winter has been tapped as the female lead in DEATHGAMES, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
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James McAvoy (WANTED) has inked a deal with 20th Century Fox to play Charles "Professor X" Xavier in X-MEN: FIRST CLASS, reports ComingSoon.net.
Bruce Willis is in early negotiations to take the lead in Summit Ent.'s prison escape flick, THE TOMB, reports Deadline.com.
Despite reports that TWILIGHT's Ashley Greene was in the front for the lead role, Dimension Films has announced that Emma Roberts (HOTEL FOR DOGS) will take the lead ingenue role in SCREAM 4, reports AceShowBiz.com.
Actress Hayley Atwell leaked to LeicesterSquareTV that Tommy Lee Jones will appear in CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER.
To save HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL fans from the dilemma of which film to see on July 30th, CBS Films is moving high-school-set Beauty and the Beast tale, BEASTLY, starring Vanessa Hudgens, to avoid a conflict with Universal's CHARLIE ST. CLOUD, which stars Zac Efron.
G.I. JOE actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje has joined the cast of Universal's THE THING prequel, reports ShockTillYouDrop.com.
The J-Pop/J-Rock presence at the Los Angeles Anime Expo continues to grow. Yes, Mano Erina will be attending the world premiere screening of her first film Kai-Ki: Tales of Terror from Tokyo. She will also be performing.
20th Century Fox has hired Spanish director Daniel Benmayor (PAINTBALL) to helm HITMAN 2, reports Deadline.com.
New Line and Walden Media have decided to moved ahead on JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH 2 without director Eric Brevig and star Brendan Fraser, reports Deadline.com.
Orlando Bloom and James Corden are officially on Paul W.S. Anderson's THE THREE MUSKETEERS, reports VARIETY.
An international cast has lined up for Japanese director Iwai Shunji's English-lingo debut VAMPIRE, reports SCREEN DAILY.
James Franco will take the lead in 20th Century Fox's RISE OF THE APES, a prequel to PLANET OF THE APES, reports VARIETY.
Dimension is in negotiations with Lake Bell (IT'S COMPLICATED), Ashley Greene (TWILIGHT), Hayden Panettiere (HEROES) and Rory Culkin (TWELVE) to join the cast of SCREAM 4, reports HEAT VISION.
Deadline.com reports that Megan Fox will not be returning for TRANSFORMERS 3. Competing reasons for the move are circling.
SHARK TALE director Eric "Bibo" Bergeron is working on a live-action fantasy romance, reports VARIETY.
HEAT VISION reports that FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS star Jemaine Clement is in final talks to join MEN IN BLACK III as one of the bad guys.
June Temple (GREENBERG) is in talks to join the cast of THE THREE MUSKETEERS, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
Eddie Murphy told Access Hollywood that he has penned a third installment in the NUTTY PROFESSOR franchise.
Ewan McGregor will take over the role Johnny Depp was set to play in Terry Gilliam's THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, reports EMPIRE.
Bruce Willis is set to star in the time travel flick LOOPER from director Rian Johnson (THE BROTHERS BLOOM), reports Deadline.com.
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