So what's next for Guillermo del Toro? Or perhaps a more apt question for the master juggler is what's not?
Emily Wickersham, Wes Bentley and Jennifer Carpenter are going to "Gone" opposite Amanda Seyfried in the thriller from Lakeshore Entertainment and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment.
Jesse Bradford will star in the ABC comedy pilot "Other People's Kids."
Juliette Lewis is staying busy in the indie realm, grabbing co-star roles in independent pics "Hick," starring Chloe Moretz, and "Single Shot" with Alessandro Nivola and William H. Macy.
Singer/songwriter Skylar Grey has signed with WME.
David Ayer is set to write and direct his latest cop drama "End of Watch," with Jake Gyllenhaal in early discussions to star.
With the Oscars over, two of this year's up-and-coming nominees are being considered for the hottest female role available at the moment: the lead in "Hunger Games."
Summit's cast British thesp Nicholas Hoult as the lead in vampire romancers "Warm Bodies," to be directed by Jonathan Levine who adapted the film as well.
Four Japanese actors have joined Universal's "47 Ronin," Universal's actioner starring Keanu Reeves about a group of warriors on a vengeance quest.
WME will repped the life rights of the 33 Chilean miners who were rescued on Oct. 12, 2010 after being trapped in a mine for 69 days.
Universal Pictures has acquired domestic distribution rights to Working Title production "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," starring Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman and Mark Strong.