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The four actors will topline Garry Marshall's ensemble comedy Mother's Day, which starts shooting in August 2015.
The actress is set to star in the upcoming Fidel Castro Biopic Marita, which details the life of the former dictator's former lover turned U.S. CIA operative.
The Brazillian supermodel is set to make her big-screen debut in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 in 2016.
Someone better get ready to sing! The Dark Knight Rises actor has signed on to play Sir Elton John in the singer's biopic titled Rocketman.
Get ready for a new Princess! The mother of three will star in Disney's upcoming fairy-tale movie titled Happily Ever After.
A different kind of shame: The German-born hunk is going to play Macbeth in the latest feature adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy about a bloody power grab spurred on by the titular Scot's wife.
Fresh off the release of her movie Spring Breakers, the actress has now signed on to the Unified Pictures' music drama, Rudderless.
With The Office's final episode quickly approaching, the actor will join the Amazing Spider-Man 2 cast alongside Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone.
Sweet Lincoln's mullet! The 30 Rock star has signed on to appear in Anchorman: The Legend Continues.
She's kind of a big deal! The Oscar nominee and SNL alum joins Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate in Anchorman: The Legend Continues.
Sin-sational! The Gangster Squad actor has signed on to star in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, taking on the part of Dwight, originally played by Clive Own in Sin City.
The legendary singer will portray Malcolm X's wife Dr. Betty Shabazz in the Lifetime Original Movie Betty & Coretta, premiering Feb. 2.
Watch out, Captain America! The End of Watch actor is set to play Marvel villain Crossbones in 2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
The Breaking Bad actor (and Emmy winner) will star in Need for Speed, based on the video-game franchise of the same name.
The Oscar winner will take on Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavik, a film focusing on the end of the Cold War and the 1986 meeting between the Soviet leader and President Ronald Reagan.
This all-star quartet has been added to the lineup of director David O. Russell's as-yet untitled next project. (Hint: It's an ensemble drama.) Russell previously worked with Bale and Adams on The Fighter and with Cooper on Silver Linings Playbook.
Talk about high-voltage Catching Fire casting news! The Casino Royale actor will play District Three's clever victor, Beetee.
Catching Fire has finally found its Finnick Odair! The British-born actor will wield a trident as District's Four hunky victor. The odds are so in our favor.
The 4-year-old tot will play the young Princess Aurora in Maleficent, mom Angelina Jolie will star as the sorceress.
The blue-eyed Oscar winner will produce and star in the new romantic comedy The Beard.
This one's got bite! The actress is set to play District 2 victor Enobaria in the second movie of the Hunger Games trilogy, Catching Fire.
Magda, meet Mags. After playing Miranda's housekeeper and nanny on HBO's Sex and the City, the actress will take on District 4 victor Mags in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Justin Bieber's other half has landed the lead role in Parental Guidance Suggested, a rock and roll-themed independent movie featuring Nat Wolff, Austin Stowell, Dylan McDermott and Cary Elwes.
The Last Airbender actress will star as Kate Miller in Affluenza. The upcoming film is inspired by The Great Gatsby and also features Steve Guttenberg, Gregg Sukin, Ben Rosenfield and Grant Gustin.