Who would have thought that Disney sweetheart Miley Cyrus was into mind games. According to Risky Business, the youngster has been tapped to star in 'Wake,' based on the first of a series of three young-adult paranormal thriller novels about a 17-year-old girl who somehow gets caught up in other people's dreams. When she gets pulled into a terrible nightmare, things get a little too dangerous for her. The project is being put together by Paramount Pictures and MTV Films, which is grabbing rights to the entire series with the hopes of creating another teen and pre-teen franchise. Who would have thought that Disney sweetheart Miley Cyrus was into mind games. According to Risky Business, the youngster has been tapped to star in 'Wake,' based on the first of a series of three young-adult paranormal thriller novels about a 17-year-old girl who somehow gets caught up in other people's dreams. When she gets pulled into a terrible nightmare, things get a little too dangerous for her. The project is being put together by Paramount Pictures and MTV Films, which is grabbing rights to the entire series with the hopes of creating another teen and pre-teen franchise.

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.
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