Jeffrey Wright -- in Toronto over the weekend plugging the upcoming 'Ides of March' -- revealed that he probably won't appear in the next James Bond film, still using the working title of 'Bond 23.' His character -- CIA agent Felix Leiter -- appeared in both 'Casino Royale' and 'Quantum of Solace.' [Coming Soon]

Nyuck, nyuck, nyuck. After years of delays and false starts, 'The Three Stooges' finally has a calendar position. Twentieth Century Fox as set April 4, 2012 for the Farrelly Brothers-directed comedy, with Sean Hayes, Chris Diamantopoulos and Will Sasso starring as Larry, Mo and Curly, respectively. TV vets Larry David, Jane Lynch and Sofia Vergara round out the cast. [Deadline]

Speaking of release dates: Summit Entertainment has set Aug. 10, 2012 for 'Step Up 4,' the latest dance revolution film in the surprisingly lucrative franchise. The latest incarnation heads to Miami and focuses on a rich businessman's dance-happy daughter and the boy she loves from the wrong side of the tracks. No word yet on whether 'Step Up 4' will -- like 'Spy Kids 4' before it -- appear in "4-D." Smell those dance moves! [Coming Soon]

Late Friday, Fox Searchlight picked up controversial festival fave 'Shame' for distribution later this year. The film -- from 'Hunger' director Steve McQueen -- stars Michael Fassbender as a sex addicted New Yorker, Carey Mulligan as his sister and reportedly features enough nudity and sex to potentially warrant an NC-17 rating. The awards-season player has already earned Fassbender the Best Actor trophy from the Venice Film Festival. [Press Release]

Adorable 'Crazy, Stupid, Love.' scene stealer Analeigh Tipton, Dave Franco (James's brother) and Cory Hardrict have joined the cast of 'Warm Bodies' opposite Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Rob Corddry and John Malkovich. The film follows a zombie (Hoult) who falls in love with the still-human girlfriend (Palmer) of one of his victims. Jonathan Levine, '50/50' fame, directs. [Variety]

After an 18-month battle with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, 'Spartacus: Blood and Sand' star Andy Whitfield passed away yesterday. The 39-year-old actor leaves behind a wife and two children. His wife, Vashti Whitfield, released this statement: "[Andy] passed peacefully surrounded by love. Thank you to all his fans whose love and support have help carry him to this point. He will be remembered as the inspiring, courageous and gentle man, father and husband he was." Whitfield appeared in two films -- the 2007 fantasy thriller 'Gabriel' and the 2010 horror film 'Clinic' -- but he was best known for his work on the small screen. Mo Ryan of AOL TV has more details on this tragic development. [AOL TV]

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