Lorraine Nicholson has signed on to Attachment. The daughter of one of Hollywood’s biggest stars, Lorraine will play Sharon Stone’s daughter onscreen in the Tony Kaye-directed film. Attachment tells the tale of a good girl gone bad after be set up by her mother’s rotten lover. Christopher Denham wrote the script for Attachment. Panther Films’ Brad Epstein is producing. Adam Krentzman and W2 Media will executive produce.  Nicholson, who recently starred in Soul Surfer, is repped by ICM Partners and managed by Trilogy Talent.

Brett Gelman has joined the cast of JOBS. Gelman plays Jeff Raskin, the lead designer on Macintosh’s team back in the 1970s. This is the Ashton Kutcher-starring biopic about the Apple co-founder not the Aaron Sorkin-scripted one. Gelman has also been cast in the upcoming NBC comedy Go On alongside Matthew Perry. Gelman is repped by CAA, Mosaic and attorney Isaac Dunham.

JOBS has also added Brad William Henke. The actor will play Paul Terrell, the owner of a Palo Alto spare parts store who hires the future Apple boss to build computers for him. The former Lost actor also will appear in the Guillermo del Toro-directed Pacific Rim, which will be showcased at Comic-Con this weekend. Henke is repped by IFA, managed by Wright Entertainment and the attorneys of Felker, Toczek, Gellman, Suddleson.

Mark Povinelli has been added to Pawn Shop Chronicles. The dark comedy stars Paul Walker, Matt Dillion, Brendan Fraser and Eijah Wood, among others. Povinelli, who starred on NBC’s Are You There, Chelsea, recently finished filming on The Hot Flashes where he plays the basketball coach to the team of Brooke Shields, Darryl Hannah, Wanda Sykes, Camryn Manheim, and Virginia Madsen. The actor is repped by KSR Talent and managed by Ken Jacobson.

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