Wingspan Pictures is set to make a full-length feature from its short "Love Is All You Need?," set in a world where homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuals are scorned.
Chris Cooper is in negotiations to join the cast of the Weinstein's Co.'s "August: Osage County," joining leads Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts.
James Woods is in early talks to join the cast of Sony's "White House Down" starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx.
Ed Asner is set to star opposite Paul Ben-Victor and Carol Kane in the indie "Should've Been Romeo."
Kevin Durand and Robert Maillet are set to join the cast of Screen Gems and Constantin Films "The Mortal Instruments."
Andy Hirsch has joined the Lifetime telepic "Liz & Dick." Hirsch will play Eddie Fisher. He can be seen next in the indie "Fort McCoy."
Burkely Duffield has inked with UTA. Best known for his role on Nickelodeon's "House of Anubis," he is managed by Play Management.
Oscar Isaac continues to build on an already busy slate as the "Inside Llewyn Davis" star is in negotiations to star in "Two Faces of January" opposite Viggo Mortensen.
With TV's "American Horror Story" now behind him, Dylan McDermott is heading back to the bigscreen with a role in Millenium Films' "Olympus Has Fallen."
Travis Fimmel and Katheryn Winnick are set to star in the History Channel series "Vikings."
At Monday's premiere of Universal's "Savages" at the Village Theater in Westwood, Oliver Stone explained the differences between his new film, with its themes of drugs and violence, and "Scarface,"…