Casting Couch

Pascal Laugier’s Martyrs is my favorite of the ultra-violent French horror resurgence for several reasons. Now Laugier is attached to another film designed as his English-language debut, and while it’s no Hellraiser, it still seems to have some pretty interesting potential.

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Judging by the list of names released today, Paul W.S. Anderson has never read The Three Musketeers.

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The retread is both retro for being from the 80s and hip for being about vampires, and it just got a strong lead actor.

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This has nothing to do with that pick-up line you advised him of last night.

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By now, you should all know that Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Brick, 500 Days of Summer, The Lookout) is awesome. So it’s double awesome news that he’s in negotiations to star in TWO action thrillers!

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Sam Rockwell in Iron Man 2

Sam Rockwell will be joining the cast of Jon Favreau’s Cowboys and Aliens as a supporting character. This only makes the already excellent cast of this film even more excellent.

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The television star will be taking off her cheerleader outfit and putting on probably another cheerleader outfit to play a high schooler in the sci-fi flick.

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McConaughey wants to get audiences into the backseat of his ride and orate.

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The actual line from Arthur is “Perhaps you would like me to come in there and wash your dick for you, you little shit.” It’s funny because it’s spoken to Dudley Moore by Sir John Gielgud. But Helen Mirren saying it to Russell Brand in a remake? That’s just all kinds of wrong and sexy.

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Matt Damon and Keira Knightley

The folks over at Pajiba are reporting that Matt Damon and Keira Knightley have been offered the roles of Dick and Nicole Diver, the glittering couple doomed to a downward spiral in a remake of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night.

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The actors have signed up for the drama featuring young teen girls who run away to Los Angeles to do bad stuff with skaters.

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Jack Nicholson

Jack Nicholson has reportedly been offered the role of a womanizing playboy in LASt Vegas, the geriatric version of The Hangover. I wonder if he can pull it off?

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Daniel Dae Kim will be headed to Louisiana with Samuel L. Jackson. Hopefully, they’ll do it road trip style and document the journey.

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The long-gestating project might be putting its rubber to the asphalt soon. Does this mean Francis Ford Coppola is going to stop making wine?

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The good news is that Dunst just scored the leading role for an iconic director. The bad news is that he’s known for torturing his lead actresses.

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If you see the name “Efron” and think “Swedish thriller,” you might just have a future as a Warners exec.

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One of the most well-respected actors in history is about to be resurrected in magical audio-vision.

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Liam Neeson

Liam Neeson has been waiting to get to work on Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln biopic which appears to be stalled. What’s an actor to do when he can’t get into the Oval Office on film? Sign up to play a different president. In this case Neeson will be taking on the role of Lyndon Johnson in Selma. It’s a very good fit.

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We can all calm down. Apparently McG won’t be directing the new Scream 4 featuring Katherine Heigl, written by your cousin Gary.

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Apparently the producers behind Kane & Lynch saw Tracy Morgan’s performance with Bruce Willis in Cop Out and decided to cast Jamie Foxx.

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