When it was announced earlier this week that Gerald McRaney had been cast in Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' as an older Southern baddie, some wondered whether that meant Kevin Costner would still be involved in the film. Sadly, he won't. Variety reporter Justin Kroll revealed on Twitter that Costner had to pass on the film because of scheduling conflicts. Looks like the Kevin Costner comeback rests in the hands of 'Man of Steel' director Zack Snyder now. Pause here for nervous grumbling. [@krollvar]

Party like it's the summer of 2005! 'Wedding Crashers' star Isla Fisher -- who is already pegged for a key part in Baz Luhrmann's 2012 release 'The Great Gatsby' -- may grab one of the leading roles in 'Now You See Me' opposite Jesse Eisenberg and Mark Ruffalo. The film is about a group of magicians who pull off secret bank robberies and the FBI team tasked to bring them down. Fisher would play Henley, one of the magicians; the role was originally earmarked for Amanda Seyfried, but negotiations fell through. [Variety]

Not that you needed another reason to get excited about 'Neighborhood Watch' -- the upcoming comedy with Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill playing neighbors who uncover a plot to destroy the world -- but here you go: former 'SNL' funnyman Will Forte has been added to the cast. [THR]

From the file of LOLZ: Director Tommy Wiseau -- best known for 'The Room' -- is launching his own web series, 'The Tommy Wi-Show,' where he will "engage in a no-holds-barred struggle against mysterious alien forces and a million different video games." You're tearing me apart... with laughter! [Slashfilm]

Remember when John Hodgmen fooled a lot of people with a fake story about maybe being cast in 'Ghostbusters 3'? [Badass Digest]

'X-Men: First Class' star January Jones gave birth to a baby boy on Thursday. Per People, she and son Xander Dane are "doing great." [People]

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