Kate Ward
July 07, 2010 AT 05:39 PM EDT

  • Jeremy Irons has been tapped to star alongside Kevin Spacey, Demi Moore, and Zachary Quinto in the Wall Street thriller Margin Call, which chronicles a 24-hour period in an investment bank during the 2008 financial crisis. “Yea, sounds tough, but do they have to deal with a cougar?” Jack Bauer asks. (Don’t say Demi, PopWatchers.) [Variety]
  • Adam Shankman confirmed via Twitter that for the first time in seven seasons, Fox will stream full episodes of So You Think You Can Dance online. Expect to confuse video buffering for awe-inspiring popping. [Deadline]
  • Ninety-nine percent of the country loves Ellen like she’s an unripe banana: The Ellen DeGeneres Show has sealed renewals in over 99 percent of the country for fall 2011. [THR]
  • Long to see Lost‘s Henry Ian Cusick in anotha life (brutha)? Check him out in at least two episodes of Law & Order: SVU. Cross your fingers that Frogurt’s next! [TV Guide]
  • Universal has announced that the release date for The Adjustment Bureau has been adjusted yet again: Expect the movie to hit theaters March 4, 2011 insetad of Sept. 17. [The Wrap]
  • Pippa Black has been cast as one of the stars of NBC’s Outsourced. [THR]
  • Jane Fonda will star in French comedy Et si on vivait tous ensemble, which translates to And If We All Lived Together. The film, Fonda’s first French movie since 1972’s Tout va bien, follows five friends who move in together. They’re just one friend away from gathering in Central Perk to participate in group singalongs of “Chat Puant.” [Variety]
  • Piers Ashworth and Nick Moorcroft, the writers behind John Landis’ Burke and Hare, have been hired to pen the feature adaptation of YouTube’s famous “Christian the Lion” video. Okay, but when will keyboard cat get his due? [LA Times]

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