Gwyneth PaltrowSteven Soderbergh's new film 'Contagion' continues to draw attention from some Hollywood's biggest names. According to reports, Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow is the latest to join the cast, led by Matt Damon, Jude Law, Kate Winslet and Marion Cotillard. No word on who Paltrow would play in the film, which already has a $60 million budget. We assume $40 million of that went to salaries. [Deadline Hollywood] Gwyneth PaltrowSteven Soderbergh's new film 'Contagion' continues to draw attention from some of Hollywood's biggest names. According to reports, Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow is the latest to join the cast, led by Matt Damon, Jude Law, Kate Winslet and Marion Cotillard. No word on who Paltrow would play in the film, which already has a $60 million budget. We assume $40 million of that went to salaries. [Deadline Hollywood]

Amanda BynesAmanda Bynes will round out the cast of the Farrelly brothers' upcoming comedy 'Hall Pass.' The 'Hairspray' alum will join Owen Wilson, Jenna Fischer and 'SNL's' Jason Sudekis in the film, about two wives who give their husbands permission to have an affair. The film was co-written by Bobby and Peter Farrelly with Kevin Barnett and Pete Jones. [Variety]

Luke Perry'90210' alum Luke Perry is stepping onto the big screen for 'A Fine Step,' from director Jonathan Meyers. He'll join Armand Assante in the horse racing drama, which follows an injured jockey and the woman who trains his horse as he recovers. A release date for the film has yet to be announced. [Hollywood Reporter]

Kevin BaconKevin Bacon and Oscar nominee Djimon Hounsou will join forces for 'Elephant White,' directed by Prachya Pinkaew in his English-language debut. In it, Hounsou will play a mercenary who has a difficult time trusting his old friend, played by Bacon. 'White' begins shooting next month. [Hollywood Reporter]

Ben StillerBen Stiller is reportedly eyeing a starring role in 'Trump Heist,' a role that was originally considered for, of all people, Eddie Murphy. The film -- which follows "a group of con-men who devise a plan to swindle the residents of New York's upscale Trump Tower, where they also work" -- could be in for a number of changes should Stiller join, including a rewrite of the screenplay. According to the report, Brett Ratner is in talks to direct. [LA Times]
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