Casting Couch

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After Clueless, Amy Heckerling only directed two films… Loser and I Could Never Be Your Woman. What? Exactly. But now she’s returning to the big screen with a movie that people may actually want to see. And she’s re-teaming with her (equally MIA) Clueless star, Alicia Silverstone.

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Finally someone has the brass buttons it takes to hunt down those little bastards and cook them in some sort of stew.

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One seasoned director. Two stars. One working title. Finally an exploration of the sexual politics between men and women.

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Marvel continues to play ChatRoulette with potential actors for the title role in their upcoming flick The First Avenger: Captain America, but it seems they may have found their villain.

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Precious director Lee Daniels is confirming that he’s cast Hugh Jackman in his Civil Rights film Selma. Robert DeNiro was rumored to be taking on the role of Alabama Governor George Wallace, but Daniels says the only actor confirmed is Jackman.

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Coming soon: Blue Steel vs. Ask Me About My Wiener. All things are possible, if you’re Justin Theroux.

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The question everyone has wanted to ask: is Mickey Rourke crusty enough to play crazy William Smith?

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We won’t be wasting breath discussing the unnecessary inanity behind remaking John Carpenter’s still awesome and highly entertaining 1981 classic, Escape From New York. No, we already did that back in 2007 when it was first announced. Instead we’re just going to update you with the latest news on the project and ask who you think could possibly fill Kurt Russell’s shoes.

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So we’ve got two attractive young people cast in a movie. How is this news?

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When’s the last time you were excited about a Harrison Ford movie? Go ahead, you can be honest. (Although if you say the most recent Indiana Jones stinker I’m going to have to ask you to leave.)

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A spy movie might see the pair reunited after all these years. And this time, Gibson is the one getting too old for this shit.

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Universal really wants this vampire fad to go out with a bang and a fizzle.

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De Niro’s potentially attached to three upcoming films… Selma from director Lee Daniels, Another Night in Suck City from director Paul Weitz, and… wait for it… a sequel to the classic 1988 buddy comedy Midnight Run.

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Can Momoa be our new Schwarzenegger? Can Nispel be our new John Milius?

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Finally a story about the plight of an indie musician. And who better to play him than Paul Dano.

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I’m hoping that a casting director for Robert Zemeckis asked Cary Elwes to star in Yellow Submarine, and he answered, “As you wish.”

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Watch out Chloe Mertz… you may have some competition when it comes to roles involving young girls, guns, and murder.

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Don’t you wish you’d created the most well-known spy in history? Then James McAvoy could play you in a movie!

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The folks at Empire caught up with one actor who is not only in the hunt for Oscar gold, but also meeting with the folks at Marvel about a potentially great role.

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I don’t wanna wait! For Joshua Jackson to be cast in a science fiction film that sounds a lot like Men in Black and is based off a British television show from the 70s. Luckily, I don’t have to.

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