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Colin FarrellColin Farrell is reportedly up for a role in the romantic comedy 'Something Borrowed,' based on the book by Emily Giffin. Ginnifer Goodwin, John Krasinski and Kate Hudson star in the film, about a 30-year-old Manhattan attorney (Goodwin) who has a fling with her best friend's (Hudson) fiance. No word yet on who Farrell would play. [Production Weekly]

More casting news after the jump. Colin FarrellColin Farrell is reportedly up for a role in the romantic comedy 'Something Borrowed,' based on the book by Emily Giffin. Ginnifer Goodwin, John Krasinski and Kate Hudson star in the film, about a 30-year-old Manhattan attorney (Goodwin) who has a fling with her best friend's (Hudson) fiance. No word yet on who Farrell would play. [Production Weekly]

Alicia SilverstoneAlicia Silverstone is in negotiations to join Jennifer Garner, Ty Burrell and Ashley Greene in the upcoming comedy 'Butter.' She'd play Brooke in the film, about a butter-carving contest that takes hold of a small Midwestern town. Jim Field Smith ('She's Out of my League') directs. Meanwhile, Silverstone will also re-team with 'Clueless' director Amy Hecklerling in the vampire comedy 'Vamps.' [Production Weekly]

Logan LermanDespite Internet rumors, actor Logan Lerman won't be playing Spider-Man in the upcoming franchise reboot, directed by '(500) Days of Summer''s Marc Webb. Insiders claim that Lerman is "100 percent not going to be Spidey," although no word yet on who will take over the coveted role from Tobey Maguire. [Deadline]

Emile HirschEmile Hirsch ('Milk,' 'Into the Wild') will join 'Juno's' Olivia Thirlby in the supernatural thriller 'The Darkest Hour.' Hirsch will presumably play one of a group of kids whose trip to Moscow goes horribly wrong when the city is suddenly invaded by aliens. Chris Gorak is directing the film, which is set to begin shooting this summer. [Variety]

Stephen GrahamStephen Graham
is eyeing a role in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,' the fourth film in the popular Disney franchise. Graham would play Scram in the film, joining the already cast Ian McShane, Penelope Cruz and, of course, Johnny Depp, who will once again reprise his Oscar-nominated role as Capt. Jack Sparrow. Rob Marshall ('Chicago,' 'Nine') directs. [Production Weekly]