Kate Ward
April 28, 2010 AT 04:32 PM EDT

  • Get ready to set your DVR, tweeners: On Sept. 3, the Disney Channel will premiere the Jonas Brothers-Demi Lovato movie Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. As long as it’s not grape-flavored, I’m in. [MTV]
  • Ice Cube and Woody Harrelson are set to star in Rampart, a movie written by James Ellroy that’s centered on police corruption. Cube will play a detective, while Harrelson has bagged the role of a dirty cop. Not to be confused with dirty pop. (Early 2000s flashback!)
  • Sarah Silverman is in talks to star alongside Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams in the dramedy Take This Waltz. According to Variety, “[The] story centers on a young woman (Williams) whose struggles with infidelity leads her to the realization that she may be addicted to the honeymoon period of her relationships.” No doubt Silverman will make a joke about the word “period” in that statement. [Variety]
  • Universal announced they would be adjusting their (Philip K.) Dick adaptation’s release date: The Adjustment Bureau, which stars Matt Damon, has moved from July 30 to Sept. 17. [The Wrap]
  • OMG, etc.: Gossip Girl executive producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage have signed a two-year feature film deal with Paramount. [THR]
  • Michael Seater, Emily Meade, and Bo Burnham have signed on to topline coming-of-age comedy Sin Bin. The film, which also stars Ben McKenzie, Jeff Garlin, and Tim Blake Nelson, follows a high schooler who loans out his van to friends hoping to get down and dirty. Because the Ford Focus is a mood killer. [THR]
  • Last House on the Left‘s Sara Paxton will star The Innkeepers, a horror flick about a haunted hotel. And there goes my enthusiasm for my upcoming summer getaway! [THR]

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