July 20, 2010 at 05:15 PM EDT

  • Rob Lowe has joined the cast of I Melt With You, a thriller that already stars Jeremy Piven and Thomas Jane. Lowe is on board to play a doctor “with deep personal loss and a growing drug addiction.” Jeez, since when did Modern English turn into such a downer? [Deadline]
  • Danity Kane singer Aubrey O’Day will star in her own reality TV show on Oxygen. The Aubrey O’Day Project will follow the singer as she attempts to forge a comeback in the music industry. Looks like Diddy’s getting more cheesecake! [THR]
  • Borat and Brüno director Larry Charles will helm Pierre Pierre, a comedy starring Jim Carrey as a Frenchman who carts a stolen painting to London from Paris. Très genial! [Deadline]
  • CBS Films and Sony Pictures have acquired It Takes a Village, a Keenen Ivory Wayans project about a woman who must prove to a South Pacific tribe that she has what it takes to adopt one of the tribe’s children. [Insert tired Bradgelina joke here.] [Deadline]
  • Sarah Paulson, Karen Allen, and Emily Alyn Lind have been tapped to star in November Christmas, a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie about a group of neighbors who help a young girl with a grave illness experience the holiday. [Variety]
  • The Science Channel has ordered a second season of Through the Wormhole With Morgan Freeman, the series that “asks questions that ponder the ‘deepest mysteries of existence.'” I’m not watching until they tackle this. [Variety]
  • Cartoon Network will adapt Fox’s Hole in the Wall for a younger audience. This means it’s only a matter of time before the Spice channel adapts an entirely different version of Hole in the Wall for mature audiences. [Variety]

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