April 26th, 2013
12:40 PM ET
Nicki Minaj is going from music to TV to live-action film.
The rapper/singer/"American Idol" judge is in final talks to join a Cameron Diaz comedy called "The Other Woman," according to The Hollywood Reporter. As the title suggests, Diaz plays a woman in a relationship who discovers that she's actually the mistress.
April 22nd, 2013
02:13 PM ET
Anna Kendrick and Gemma Arterton will reportedly star alongside Ryan Reynolds in Marjane Satrapi’s psychological thriller, “The Voices,” according to Deadline.
It’s still unclear which roles the women would play in the film, which centers on bathtub factory worker Jerry Hickfang (Reynolds), who hears his dog and cat speak.
Michael R. Perry (“Paranormal Activity 2,” “The River”) penned the screenplay for “The Voices,” which Deadline writes will soon begin filming in Berlin.
The entertainment site first reported in October 2012 that Reynolds was in talks to star in the flick.
Kendrick has been praised for 2012’s “Pitch Perfect,” while Arterton was last seen on the big screen in this year’s “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.”
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01:41 PM ET
Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell have great chemistry just introducing a category at the Golden Globes, so we have high hopes about these two co-stars possibly teaming up again.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Wiig is in talks to join Ferrell in a comedy called "Welcome To Me," in which she'd potentially play the lead.
The indie, written by Eliot Laurence, is about a woman with dissociative personality disorder who wins the lottery. She decides to take her newfound wealth and put it toward a cable access talk show about her life.
Ferrell is producing the project with Jessica Elbaum and Adam McKay, who's also directing Ferrell and Wiig in the "Anchorman" sequel. "Welcome To Me," however, is set to be directed by McKay's wife, Shira Piven.
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