By Kate Ward
January 19, 2011 at 11:36 PM EST

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    Logo has announced that it has renewed The A-List: New York for a second season. The original cast — Reichen Lehmkuhl, Rodiney Santiago, Mike Ruiz, Austin Armacost, Derek Lloyd Saathoff, Ryan Nickulas, and TJ Kelly — are all on tap to return. The network says fans can expect to see some new faces during the season as well. If only we can get some new voices.

  • The O.C. creator Josh Schwartz’s feature film directing debut will be Fun Size, a comedy about a girl who loses her little brother when taking him trick-or-treating. Did she check Peter Gallagher‘s eyebrows? [THR]
  • Release dates for Disney’s Frankenweenie and John Carter of Mars have shifted. Now, Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie will hit theaters on Oct. 5, 2012 (instead of March 9, 2012) while Carter of Mars will be released March 9, 2012 (instead of June 8, 2012). [The Wrap]
  • Former Heroes actor Santiago Cabrera is the latest to join J.J. Abrams’ Alcatraz, playing Sarah Jones’ character’s cop boyfriend, who will hopefully arrest Mohinder Suresh for years of dialogue abuse. [Deadline]
  • Sony has acquired rights to The Accidental Billionaires author Ben Mezrich’s Sex on the Moon: The Amazing Story Behind the Most Audacious Heist in History. Kevin Spacey — an exec producer on The Social Network, an adaptation of Mezrich’s Facebook-centric Billionaires — is set to exec produce the project. Mezrich’s book follows a scientist who developed to steal moon rocks from NASA for his girlfriend. Wow, Mary Bailey has gotten really demanding. [Variety]
  • I drink your sacrament! Samuel Goldwyn Films has nabbed There Will Be Dragons, a Wes Bentley-starring film about a journalist who delves into a mystery involving Opus Dei. [Deadline]
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