Richard Jenkins has just signed on to Eat, Pray, Love with Julia Roberts for Columbia Pictures with Ryan Murphy directing.  Story centers on a married woman who embarks on a journey of
self-discovery after trying to get pregnant and realizing that she’s
not living the life she wants.
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Rose Byrne, Elizabeth Moss and Sean “Diddy” Combs have joined the cast of Get Him To The Greek, joining Jonah Hill and Russell Brand for Universal Pictures with Nicholas Stoller directing and Judd Apatow, Stoller and David Bushell producing.  Story centers on the story of a record company intern (Hill) with two
days to drag an uncooperative rock legend (Brand) to Hollywood for a
comeback concert. Moss will play the girlfriend of Hill’s character,
while Byrne will take on the role of Jackie Q, a scandal-plagued pop
star and love interest of Brand’s character. Combs will portray a
record company executive. 
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Kristen Bell will star in You Again, with Andy Flickman directing for Disney.  Bell will play a girl who’s horrified to find that her brother is marrying
the very girl who made her life a living hell in high school. 
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Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rhys Ifans, Maggie Smith and Asa Butterfield have signed onto the cast of Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, joining Emma Thompson, who is reprising her role as the magic-wielding governess and also executive producing and scripting.  Susanna White is making her directorial debut.  The action this time centers on a group of kids who are evacuated from the city to a farm during wartime.  via Variety

Cam Gigandet (Twilight) has signed onto The Roommate opposite Leighton Meester for Screen Gems with Christian E. Christiansen directing.  Psychological thriller centers on a deranged college freshman who
becomes obsessed with her new roommate. Gigandet will play the
boyfriend of the second female lead, who has yet to be cast.
  via Variety

Charlotte Rampling and Sally Hawkings have joined Keira Knightley, Carey Mulligan, Andrew Garfield, Natalie Richard and Andrea Riseborough in Never Let Me Go for Fox Searchlight with Mark Romanek directing and Alex Garland scripting.  The story revolves around a trio (Knightley, Mulligan and Garfield) who, as
children, spend their childhood at a seemingly idyllic English boarding
school. As they grow into young adults, they find that they have to
prepare themselves for the haunting reality that awaits them. 
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