Hollywood Ink: Y Tu Padre Tambien? Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal Join Will Ferrell in Spanish-Language Comedy

bernal_garcia_225.jpgAlso in this morning's Hollywood Ink: Jeremy Renner circles another project... John McTiernan lines up his next film (possible jail sentence be damned!)... and slightly more ahead.

· So this is still happening, huh? Y tu Mama Tambien co-stars Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal have joined the cast of Casa de mi Padre, the Spanish-language comedy starring Will Ferrell that you probably thought was a joke. Precious little is known about what's planned for the Matt Piedmont-directed film, but THR reveals that Padre will be done in an "overly dramatic telenovela style and feature English subtitles." Que lástima. [THR]

· Jeremy Renner's comically busy slate just keeps getting busier. The Hurt Locker star is in talks to replace the recently departed Colin Farrell in Sheldon Turner's By Virtue Fall. Stay tuned for more on Renner's ever-growing slate later today. [Deadline]

· Die Hard director John McTiernan is set to helm Shrapnel, an action film about "two war veterans who hunt each other in a deadly game of cat and mouse." There is a slight problem, however: McTiernan is due to be sentenced on Oct. 4 after pleading guilty to making false statements to law enforcement officials during their investigation of Hollywood private detective Anthony Pellicano. [Variety]

· Release date fun! Summit Entertainment has announced that Source Code, Duncan Jones' follow-up to Moon, will hit theaters on April 15, 2011. The Jake Gyllenhaal-led twisty action film will open against Scream 4 and Water for Elephants. Summit also announced that Paul W.S. Anderson's unnecessary 3D adaptation of The Three Musketeers will get released on Oct. 14, 2011. Mark your Google Calendars accordingly. [Variety]



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