Here's a guy film if ever there was one: 'Guns, Girls & Gambling,' a story that throws together Elvis impersonators, Indians, modern cowboys, a 6-foot-tall blond assassin, a frat boy, a corrupt sheriff and a prostitute into a chase for a priceless American Indian artifact stolen during a poker game at an Indian casino, according to HeatVision. And the actors starring in it are uber-guys Christian Slater, Gary Oldman and Dane Cook. The crime-thriller, being directed by Michael Winnick (2007's 'Shadow Puppets') is slated to begin shooting July 6.
Don't mess with Danny McBride. The actor's idea for a comedy revenge film, 'Bullies' -- about two brothers who have bullied people their whole lives and finally get what is coming to them -- was just bought by Mandate Pictures, according to Variety. The project will be written by 'Yes Man' writers Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul.
'True Blood's' Grant Bowler is on a roll: In the last two weeks he's won parts in two films -- the action feature 'The Killer Elite' and the independent drama 'The City of Gardens'-- and this week he added a third. According to The Hollywood Reporter, he'll play steel magnate Henry Reardon in the Paul Johansson-helmed 'Atlas Shrugged.' The adaptation of the Ayn Rand classic began shooting in L.A. this week.