Casting Call: Brittany Murphy & Jason Lee Pick A ‘Side’
First Published: July 17, 2007 2:58 PM EDT Credit: Associated Press
-- Josh Flitter, who plays Robin William’s diminutive and disruptive sidekick in “License To Wed,” will star in “Ace Ventura 3,” reports Variety.
The film will follow the son of Ace Ventura (Flitter) who is following in dad’s footsteps by becoming a junior high pet detective who is on the case after his mom is wrongly arrested when a baby panda goes missing.
Flitter also currently appears in the film “Nancy Drew,” alongside Emma Roberts.
Shooting is slated to being September 17 in Orlando, Florida.
Jared Leto and Sarah Polley are searching for somebody, and apparently “Nobody” will do just fine.
Leto and Polley will star in the romantic drama “Mr. Nobody,” per The Hollywood Reporter.
Set in the not-so-distant future, the film follows Nemo Nobody (Leto) who at 120 years old, is the last mortal surrounded by happy immortals as he relives his real and imaginary years of marriage.
“Nobody” is described as a complex love story inspired by the “butterfly effect,” the notion that suggests a butterfly flapping its wings can cause a storm on the other side of the globe.
Production is scheduled to start next week, with shooting in Brussels, Montreal and Berlin.
Leto’s film credits include “Chapter 27” and “Lord of War.” The actor has been on the road with his band, 30 Seconds to Mars, in support of their platinum-selling CD, “A Beautiful Lie.”
Polley’s credits include “The Secret Life of Words,” “Dawn of the Dead” and “Go.”
Seth Green is hoping to learn some new tricks as hejoins the cast of “Old Dogs,” per The Hollywood Reporter.
Starring John Travolta and Robin Williams, “Dogs” is a laugher revolving around two best friends and business partners whose lives are turned upside down when they find themselves caring for 7-year-old twins.
Green, whose film credits include the “Austin Powers” franchise, “Without A Paddle” and “The Italian Job,” will play an executive with the global marketing firm run by Travolta and Williams’ characters as they are closing a big deal with a Japanese conglomerate.
“Dogs” also stars Matt Dillon and Travolta’s real-life wife Kelly Preston.
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