"True Blood" actor Grant Bowler has landed the role of Richard Burton in Lifetime's telepic "Liz and Dick."
Universal production EVP Tracy Falco is leaving her studio post to go back into producing.
Alexander Ludwig, who played the main baddie Cato in "The Hunger Games," is pivoting to a less menacing role, joining the cast of "Grown Ups 2" to play David Spade's son.
"Harry Potter" star Rupert Grint seems ready to transition into more adult roles, landing parts in "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman" and "CBGB."
"Baader Meinhof Complex" helmer Uli Edel will direct the indie "Code Name: Opera."
Gage Golightly is set to star in the horror pic "Backmask," which Marcus Nispel will direct.
In a true Hollywood fairy tale, Universal has won a bidding war with a mid-six-figure bid for Tyler Marceca's red-hot spec "The Disciple Program," with Mark Walhberg attached to star and produce.
The franchise's motto is "there can be only one," and Lionsgate-Summit seems to have found the man to be the next "Highlander."
Music agent Joe Brauner has joined WME.
James Badge Dale has joined the cast of "Iron Man 3."
Lit agent Adam Weinstein has joined Verve. Weinstein comes from ICM where he was involved the packaging of such films as "Safety Not Guaranteed" and "The Diary of a Wimpy Kid" franchise.