The first image from Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life has emerged online, featuring Jessica Chastain. And that’s where we begin today’s run of news. The image (seen above) is a behind the scenes production still featuring Chastain and a crew member on the set of a 50s Texas home. The entire production is still shrouded in mystery, but we know that part of it happens inside a home. More details pending. [The Playlist]

Jesse Eisenberg will reunite with director Ruben Fleischer in the upcoming comedy 30 Minutes or Less. Eisenberg will play one of the leads, who makes bad decisions that lead to him having a bomb strapped to his chest by Danny McBride. That’s how comedy is done, folks. [The Playlist]

David Fincher’s English language remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo may very well be released in Devember 2011. [NY Times]

Apparently Quentin Tarantino is making a Dracula movie. This vampire craze knows no boundaries. [Tarantino.info]

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, previously rumored to be replacing Megan Fox in Transformers 3, has been confirmed for said role. She beat out Brooklyn Decker and Sarah Wright in the contest ‘Who Wants to Wash Michael Bay’s Car?’ [Deadline]

Brad Peyton (Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore) has signed on to direct the sequel to Journey to the Center of the Earth. This film will not star Brendan Fraser. Somehow, that makes the project more interesting. [Deadline]

Finally, a film project has come along that will unite Andy Garcia and Mario Van Peebles. It matters not what the movie is going to be about. [THR]

Jonah Hill says that a “very funny cameo” has been written into his big screen adaptation of 21 Jump Street for former star Johnny Depp. In previous interviews, Depp said “yeah, sure, man” to the possibility of appearing in the forthcoming film. [Hitfix]

Director Mark Romanek’s upcoming film Never Let Me Go should be getting a trailer soon in preparation for a limited release on October 1. The film stars Keira Knightley, Carey Mulligan and Andrew Garfield. [Twitter]

Michael Bay will produce the big screen adapation of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Childs’ upcoming novel “Gideon’s Sword,” which tells the story of a former FBI agent who seeks revenge for the death of his father. Insert overcompensation joke here. [Variety]

Woody Allen has announced the full cast for his next film, Midnight in Paris. It goes something like this: Kathy Bates, Adrien Brody, Carla Bruni, Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Michael Sheen, Owen Wilson and more. Not bad, Mr. Allen. [Slashfilm]

Until tomorrow, this has been your daily fix of news on The B-Roll.


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