Casting About: Emma Stone, Justin Timberlake, Robert De Niro & More

Find out what's next for Emma Stone, Justin Timberlake, Robert De Niro, Kirsten Dunst, Bill Murray, Brian Cox, Bradley Cooper, RZA, Jason Statham, Nicole Kidman, Joel Edgerton, Amanda Seyfried, James Franco, Colin Farrell, Noomi Rapace, Eddie Redmayne, Terence Stamp, Michael Caine, Naomi Watts, Olivia Wilde and Justin Timberlake.

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Emma Stone is in talks for the lead role in "He's F***in' Perfect," about a social-media whiz who uses the Internet to vet her friends' dates. When she uncovers the perfect man she then puts her skills to work making herself into his dream girl. Deadline
Justin Timberlake has been offered the co-lead role opposite Oscar Isaacs in the Coen Brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis," a film set in the '60s folk scene of New York's Village. John Goodman has also joined the cast. Variety
Amanda Seyfried is in talks to star as porn legend Linda Lovelace in the biopic "Lovelace," Peter Sarsgarard in talk to play the sex symbols agent/husband/pimp, photographer Chuck Traynor. This is not to be confused with "Inferno," the Lovelace biopic starring Malin Ackerman that had originally been set up with Lindsay Lohan in the lead. Variety
Robert De Niro and John Travolta will weather "The Killing Season" together, the former playing an ex-soldier living in the woods, who is visited by the latter, a man who at first seems to be a European tourist, but turns out to be a Serbian solider out for revenge. Collider
Olivia Wilde and Steve Buscemi are in talks to join "Burt Wonderstone," the Steve Carell comedy about an aging magician. They would play his love interest and best friend, respectively. James Gandolfini is also said to be in talks for a role. The Hollywood Reporter
Bill Murray, Patricia Arquette and Mary Elizabeth Winstead join Jason Schwartzman, Aubrey Plaza and Katheryn Winnick for writer-director Roman Coppola's sophomore effort, starring Charlie Sheen as a guy who gets dumped, sending him down a spiral of self-doubt and reevaluates his life through a series of fantasies about failed romances. Variety
Kirsten Dunst will be reunited with her "Elizabethtown" co-star Orlando Bloom for "Cities," starring Clive Owen and Anil Kapoor, which follows three storylines in three different cities that are all tied together by financial connections. Collider
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The great RZA, who scored both "Kill Bill" movies, wil work with Tarantino again, with a role in "Django Unchained," the writer-director's slave revenge epic starring Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio and Christoph Waltz. Variety
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Nicole Kidman will star in director Philip Noyce's "My Wild Life," based on the story of animal conservationist Dame Daphne Sheldrick. The Hollywood Reporter
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James Franco is attached to Harmony Korine's "Spring Breakers," about four girls who rob a restaurant to pay for their vacation. Emma Roberts, Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez are in talks for the title roles. Variety
The indefatigable Jason Statham will play an ex-special-ops solider who gets sucked into the London underground. The Hollywood Reporter
Joel Edgerton, currently shooting "The Great Gatsby," is in talks to star in the "300" sequel, "300: Battle of Artemisia," as Themosticles, who lead the Greeks to victory over the Persians in 480 BC. Vulture
Naomi Watts and Matt Dillon will co-star in writer-director Laurie Collyer's "Sunlight, Jr.," about a convenience store clerk and her paraplegic boyfriend who learn they're going to have a kid, but things go south when she loses her job and they get evicted. Collider
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Colin Farrell and Noomi Rapace will co-star in "Dead Man Down," which will reunite Rapace with her "Dragon Tattoo" director, Niels Arden Oplev. Th film is about a hitman and a disfigured beauty who fall in love and go on a killing spree. The Hollywood Reporter
Bradley Cooper, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard will co-star in "Outrun," written by Sheppard, in which he plays a former getaway driver who ditches the witness protection program to drive his girlfriend to LA for her dream job. They join Tom Arnold, Kristin Chenoweth, Beau Bridges, and David Koechner. Collider
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Michael Caine will star alongside Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg Morgan Freeman, Isla Fisher, Mark Ruffalo and Melanie Laurent in "Now You See Me," about a gang of bank robbers who use their magic shows as a distraction to pull off their heists. The Playlist
Terence Stamp has joined Aaron Eckhart, Sean Bean and SophieAnne Robb in the cast of "Pan," which transplants JM Barrie's characters to present-day America. Moviehole
Eddie Redmayne is joining Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway for Tom Hooper's adaptation of "Les Miserables." Redmayne will play Marius, and no doubt sing "Empty Tables at Empty Chairs." Collider
Brian Cox, who showed great comedic chops in "Supertroopers," has joined "Dog Fight," a political comedy starring Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell as a couple of candidates in a heated campaign. Variety
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