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Nina Cast in “Let’s Be Cops”

Sorry for the last posting about this!! The movie has just wrapped up it’s filming a couple of days ago!

James D’Arcy and Nina Dobrev have apprehended roles in Fox’s “Let’s Be Cops.”

Pic stars Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr., with Luke Greenfield helming.

The comedy follows two friends who impersonate cops for fun but everything goes wrong when they mess with a real-life mobster.

D’Arcy will play the mobster while Dobrev plays Wayans’ love interest.

Greenfield is producing with Simon Kinberg.

D’Arcy has been on the scene quite a bit playing Anthony Perkins in Searchlight’s “Hitchcock” and several roles in “Jupiter Ascending.” His show for A&E, “Those Who Kill,” was recently picked up for series.

Dobrev continues to be seen on CW’s “The Vampire Diaries.”

D’Arcy is repped by CAA, Management 360 and Markham, Frogatt and Irwin. Dobrev is repped by CAA and Brillstein.

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Rolling Stone: Vampire Diaries Defy Gravity

Nina, Ian and Paul participated in an awesome new photoshoot for Rolling Stone and I’ve added photos to the gallery.

“We’ve been doing a photo shoot that’s unlike any that we’ve done before,” says Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev while on the set of a sexy photo spread for the latest issue of Rolling Stone (on stands and available through Rolling Stone All Access on August 19th) with the show’s male leads, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley. “We’re testing the limits of gravity.” The shoot, which involves the actors leaping off of a platform on to a mattress, may have left Somerhalder “a little bruised,” but Dobrev is into it. “There’s something sort of deadpan and expressionless about it,” she says. “And at the same time, we all feel like rock stars.”

While on the topic of rock stars, the actors talked about what they listen to on the set to get into character. As it turns out, Wesley is a big fan of Bon Iver, and Somerhalder finds inspiration in Conor Oberst’s lyrics on the new Bright Eyes album The People’s Key.