Greenberg's Juno Temple is one busy actress, having just booked three roles:

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 21-year-old Temple joins the ensemble cast of Dirty Girl, the drama from Killer Films in which she plays the title character, a notorious high school slut who runs away with her closeted gay class partner to drive from Oklahoma to California to find the father she's never met.

Milla Jovovich, William H. Macy, Dwight Yoakam and Mary Steenburgen round out the cast of the movie, which Abe Sylvia is directing from his own script.

Temple then segues to Goodnight Moon, a drama from writer-director Elgin James, in which she'll star opposite AnnaSophia Robb. The film centers on two young girls who find themselves in trouble after they run away to Los Angeles; the roles were highly sought in the indie world for that age bracket. Goodnight Moon begins production next month.

Finally, Temple will turn to Jack & Diane, a love story between two teenage girls, one of whom occasionally turns into a werewolf as a representation of all-consuming love and desire. Bradley Rust Gray wrote the script and is directing the drama, which is not billed as a horror movie.

Jack & Diane producer Jen Gatien said Temple's name was submitted after Ellen Page, who was attached to the movie, dropped out.