Casting Call: Pink, Bardem, Wilde & Moore

Check out what fabulously beautiful and wealthy people have manged to find work this week...

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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 03: Pink leaves the set of "Thanks For Sharing" on October 3, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by James Devaney/WireImage)
Who's coming to the silver screen soon? For starters, Alecia Moore, better known to pop fans as Pink, has joined Mark Ruffalo, Tim Robbins, Gwenyth Paltrow, Joely Richardson and Josh Gad in the cast of "Thanks for Sharing," the new sex-addiction comedy from Stuart Blumberg, co-writer of "The Kids Are All Right."
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Kurt Russell has taken over for Kevin Costner in the role of plantation boss Ace Woody in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," about an escaped slave turned bounty hunter out for revenge against the man who's keeping his wife as a slave. Co-stars Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio.
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Olivia Wilde will play Suzy Hunt, the model who fell for and married real-life race-car driver James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth), in director Ron Howard's film, "Rush." Russell Crowe is being sought to play the great Richard Burton.
Javier Bardem will again don his black hat, this time as the new villain in "Despicable Me 2," the sequel the Steve Carell/Jason Segel animated hit of 2010.
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Julianne Moore will star as "The English Teacher," a woman who falls for a former student who returns home after failing to make it as a playwright. Nathan Lane and Greg Kinnear co-star.
Billy Crudup has joined Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill for "Neighborhood Watch," about a group of concerned citizens who band together after a murder and uncover an alien plot. Directed by Lonely Island-er Akiva Schaffer, the film was written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
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Rose McGowan will star as the sheriff of her hometown, after serving three tours in Afghanistan in first-time director Michael Kerr's adaptation of "Three to Get Ready," by Hans Ostrom. The two co-wrote the script.
Zach Gilford will play a small-town cop working for sheriff Arnold Schwarzenegger, as the two try to stop an on-the-run Mexican drug lord from escaping back across the border in "The Last Stand."
Oscar-winner Melissa Leo and James Badge have joined the cast of Robert Zemeckis' "Flight," which stars Denzel Washington as a pilot hailed as a hero for averting an accident that was caused by his own substance abuse. Don Cheadle, John Goodman and Brian Geraghty co-star.
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In an inspired piece of casting, Werner Herzog will play the bad guy in the upcoming Tom Cruise thriller "One Shot," based on the Jack Reacher novel by Lee Child. The film is being written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie.
Elisabeth Shue, above, and Abigail Spencer, formerly of “Mad Men,” have signed on for "Of Men And Mavericks," Curtis Hanson's film about surfing legend Jay Moriarty.
EMPTY_CAPTION"War Horse" star Jeremy Irvine has been cast in Mike Newell's adaptation of Dickens' "Great Expectations." He will play Pip, a young orphan given a second chance at life. He joins an all-star cast that already includes Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Robbie Coltrane, Jason Flemyng and Sally Hawkins.
Octavia Spencer, breakout star of "The Help," has Diablo Cody's as-yet untitled directorial debut starring Julianne Hough as a young woman who loses her faith and heads of to Vegas, where she meets Russell Brand.
Julia Stiles has joined Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence for David O. Russell's adaptation of "The Silver Lining Playbook," about a men fresh off a 4-year stint in a mental hospital who's trying to win back his wife.
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Ambyr Childers, best known for her role on "All My Children," has booked two of the hottest movies out there--Ruben Fleischer's "Gangster Squad," starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, as well as Paul Thomas Anderson's Scientology-inspired film "The Master."
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Derek Luke will star opposite Jordin Sparks in "Sparkle," a remake of the 1976 film, which originally starring Phillip Michael Thomas and Irene Cara, about a songwriter/manager who falls for a singer. Co-stars Whitney Houston, Mike Epps and Cee Lo Green.
Patricia Clarkson joins director Zal Batmanglij's "The East," which star Alexander Skarsgard as the leader of an eco-terror group who finds himself in a romance with an undercover agent who's infiltrated his crew, played by Brit Marling, and still being pursued by his ex, played by Ellen Page.
Writer-director Charlie Kaufman has cast Kevin Kline in his upcoming musical, "Frank or Francis," a musical satire about a director and a movie blogger embroiled in a war of words. Steve Carell and Jack Black are in talks to take the leads.
Helen Hunt (left) and Maggie Grace (right) will appear in "Decoding Annie Parker," an indie drama starring Samantha Morton in the title role as a women battling breast cancer. The film also stars Aaron Paul ("Breaking Bad") and Christina Hendricks.
EMPTY_CAPTION"Fast" franchise stalwart Paul Walker has landed a role in "Hours," about a man fighting to keep his newborn alive in a New Orleans hospital in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Annalise Basso and Chandler Canterbury have been cast in DJ Caruso's "The Goats," based on the Brock Cole novel about two kids who fall victim to a prank that leaves them stranded on an island.
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