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Neal McDonough in talks for 'Captain America,' Joseph Fiennes and Eva Green get magical in 'Camelot'

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  • Neal McDonough is in talks to play former circus strongman Dum Dum Dugan in The First Avenger: Captain America. McDonough would have to be strong to have survived I Know Who Killed Me. [Variety]
  • Joseph Fiennes and Eva Green have been tapped to star in Starz’s Camelot re-telling. Fiennes will play Merlin, while Green will play Morgana, who’s haunted by relentless future visions of herself on top of a staircase looking down at Jack Davenport. [THR]
  • Forest Whitaker, Bruce Willis, and Malin Akerman will topline Catch .44, an indie drama about three women who face-off against a psychopathic hitman (Whitaker), a trucker, and a delusional line cook. One reason to not send your pancakes back at Denny’s. [Variety]
  • The death of The Life & Times of Tim? The series has been canceled by HBO — but might get picked-up elsewhere. [Deadline]
  • Jennifer Lawrence and Max Thieriot will star in horror thriller House at the End of the Street, which follows a teen who learns the house across the street was the site of a double murder. And the Winslows thought Urkel was a bad neighbor. [THR]
  • A mechanic who appeared on reality show Chop Cut Rebuild on the Speed Channel was arrested and charged with auto insurance fraud. [AP]
  • Leah Remini will join Julie Chen and Sara Gilbert in CBS’ daytime talk show. [Deadline]
  • Thandie Newton will replace the maybe-pregnant Mariah Carey in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide. [People]

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