Garrett Hedlund and Hugh Jackman  are heading to Neverland, Daniel Radcliffe  is joining Brooklyn Bridge, Lindsay Lohan  is staging her comeback, and breakout Wolf of Wall Street star Margot Robbie has booked a new movie role this week — and it's a pretty iconic one. Meanwhile, Miles Teller is in talks to play Dan Aykroyd in a biopic. Check out this week's casting news here!
According to Emile Hirsch, Miles Teller will play Dan Aykroyd  in the John Belushi biopic. Hirsch is starring as Belushi.
Sam Rockwell will star in The Eel  as an escaped convict whose freedom becomes complicated by a plot to kidnap an oil heiress. He's reuniting with The Way Way Back's Jim Rash and Nat Faxon for the film.
The Wolf of Wall Street's Margot Robbie joined Tarzan  as Jane and is in negotiations to replace Amanda Seyfried  in Z For Zachariah.
Lindsay Lohan will star in Inconceivable , the actress announced during a press conference at the Sundance Film Festival. Lohan describes the film, which she'll also produce, as a psychological thriller about a woman trying to reclaim something she lost.
Sacha Baron Cohen may join Through the Looking Glass , the sequel to Disney's Alice in Wonderland. Johnny Depp  and Mia Wasikowska  are already on board to return.
Bruce Willis joined Vice , a futuristic thriller. He'll play the owner of a resort in which a staffer whose memories have been erased suddenly return.
Penélope Cruz will produce and star in Ma ma , a drama that follows a woman reacting "valiantly to tragedy."
Daniel Radcliffe joined Brooklyn Bridge  as Washington Roebling, the engineer overseeing the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Garrett Hedlund will play Hook in Pan , Joe Wright's retelling of the classic story of Peter Pan. Hedlund will star alongside Hugh Jackman, who is playing Blackbeard .
American Horror Story's Sarah Paulson joined Carol , as Cate Blanchett 's ex-lover. Rooney Mara is also starring.
Ben Kinglsey joined Night at the Museum 3  alongside Ben Stiller , Rebel Wilson, Robin Williams , Owen Wilson , Steve Coogan, and Ricky Gervais. Kingsley will play an Egyptian pharaoh.