Stalked: The Fighter, Sucker Punch, Hesher, The Losers
Christian Bale could help to resurrect The Fighter.
Sucker Punch has two new cast replacements.
Indie drama Hesher may have three cast members.
And The Losers may have another addition.
The Fighter looks like finally getting going, with news that Christian Bale and David O. Russell are joining. The film has been through it's fair share of troubles, with Matt Damon leaving the project as well as the director Darren Aronofsky. Brad Pitt was also involved but moved on as well. Variety say Bale and Russell are close to agreeing terms. Mark Wahlberg has been patiently waiting for the film, and has been in training for quite some time. The film tells the story of Mickey Ward, a fighter whose career was going nowhere, until his reformed criminal brother helped him to success.
The revolving casting door for Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch, has two more people swinging through it. Jamie Chung and Jena Malone have joined, after Evan Rachel Wood and Emma Stone had to leave due to scheduling conflicts. This after Amanda Seyfried had to vacate the starring role for the same reasons, to be replaced by Emily Browning. The news is from The Hollywood Reporter.
Natalie Portman, Rainn Wilson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are in talks to star in the indie drama Hesher. It sees a 13-year old boy who lives with his father and grandmother, meet a 20 year old man called Hesher. He becomes both a good and bad influence on the young boy. The news comes from Jo Blo.
The film version of The Losers may have another cast member. Comic Book Movie say Chris Evans may be taking on the role of Jensen. Jeffery Dean Morgan, Idris Elba, Zoe Saldana and Columbus Short are already playing the rest of the team. The team in question is a special forces unit who are betrayed by the CIA, they then set out for revenge.