Megan Fox is ready to return to comedy, this time to lend a hand in Sacha Baron Cohen's dictatorship.
According to THR, Fox and John C. Reilly will be making cameos in Cohen's latest flick, "The Dictator." They will be joining Anna Faris and Ben Kingsley in the movie, which tells the heroic story of "a dictator who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed." "The Dictator" is set for release on May 11, 2012.
After the jump, find out what films Jennifer Lopez is circling, who else joined "Snow White and the Huntsman" as dwarves and what project Jason Momoa has decided to star in.
Jennifer Lopez In Talks For Two Movies
With her fate at "American Idol" still uncertain, Jennifer Lopez is rumored to be circling two film projects at this point in time. Deadline has learned that Lopez is looking into starring roles of "Parker," the adaptation of the Donald Westlake mystery novels, and "What To Expect When You're Expecting," which already stars Cameron Diaz and Matthew Morrison. Neither deal is closed, but Deadline says that talks are currently underway for both.
Javier Bardem Not Set For "Dark Tower"
In a recent interview with Deadline, Ron Howard let loose the news that Javier Bardem might not be as locked in to "The Dark Tower" casting as we had previously thought. "Nobody is pay or play but he has said he wants to do it," Howard said, adding, "We?ve spent a lot of time together. He?s fascinated by the character and has great instincts for Roland. I?m hoping when we go, he?s available and will join us."
Five New Dwarves Circle "Snow White And The Huntsman"
Say hello to your five soon-to-be-confirmed new dwarves: Eddie Izzard, Bob Hoskins, Eddie Marsan, Steven Graham and Toby Jones. The Hollywood Reporter has the news that those five are in negotiations to play Snow White's seven small friends. They would join the previously announced Ian McShane, who will be playing the lead dwarf. Jones would play the timid dwarf Claudius, Izzard would play the burly Tiberius and Hoskins will play Constantine, a blind dwarf.
Jason Momoa Becomes The Bad Guy
While we're still mourning his passing from "Game of Thrones," Jason Momoa has decided to switch sides and become the bad guy in the untitled Sylvester Stallone/Walter Hill action flick. Latino Review has learned he will be playing Keegan in the project formerly known as "Head Shot," which Sarah Shahi was also recently cast in.
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