We have a lot of movie castings to report this week, one which includes a recent three-time Emmy winner. Yep, we’re talking about Bryan Cranston (from AMC’s “Breaking Bad“), who along with Teresa Palmer and Luke Wilson has landed a new acting gig. Here are some updates regarding Nick Cassavetes upcoming film Yellow, Kieran Darcy-Smith’s Say Nothing, and Suri Krishnamma’s The Grief Tourist

The Grief Tourist centers on “a disturbed and troubled soul, Jim Tahana, retraces the footsteps of serial killers who fascinate him as his hobby. His dark obsession with past killers soon becomes his reality and leads viewers on a menacing and horrific journey inside his twisted mind.” The film will star Cranston and Michael Cudlitz (“Southland“). [Coming Soon]

Next, there’s the Australian film Say Nothing which stars Teresa Palmer and Joel Edgerton. The film centers on “a husband and wife who go on an ill-fated holiday in South East Asia with her sister and the sister’s boyfriend.” Edgerton’s brother Nash Edgerton will produce and do all the film’s stunts! [Moviehole]

Last but not least there’s Yellow, a drama about a young woman with a drug habit and a myriad of other problems. It stars an ensemble cast including Sienna Miller, Lucy Punch, Ben Foster, Melanie Griffith and Gena Rowlands with the latest additions of David Morse, Luke Wilson, Hank Azaria (in a cameo appearance) and Riley Keough. [Coming Soon]

Which film are you the most excited for?