A grip of talent has landed work this week in front of the camera. Leading the pact is Leelee Sobieski, last seen in Neil LaBute's The Wicker Man. According to Variety, she will star opposite Danny Glover and Steve Zahn in Night Train.

The Christmas-themed thriller, which has nothing to do with the consummate wine, revolves around three strangers competing for a mysterious object hidden away on a speeding train. Leelee is playing a second year med student eager to win the prize.

Barbra Eden has landed a role on Lifetime's popular series Army Wives. She will be playing the wife of Army General Hugh Grayson. You can look for her starting this Sunday. She is currently in negotiations to return as a permanent member of the cast.

Brandon Molale, of Reno 911!: Miami fame, has just joined the film The Chosen One. He will be joining Boy Meets World's Danielle Fishel and the ever-present Tim Curry in the Rob Schneider produced comedy.

Jesse Williams recently finished shooting a role in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2. He plays one of the four girl's love interests in this Sanaa Hamri directed sequel. The film is set to debut on August 8th of 2008.

Bryce Johnson will join Jessica Simpson in the comedy Major Movie Star, playing her boyfriend. The film revolves around Simpson's character, a spoiled actress who joins the Army to impress a film director. Friday the 13th Part 2's Steve Miner is directing the project.

Lastly, Abigail Spencer has just landed the lead role in the NBC pilot The Watch. She will be playing a "ruthless suburban supermom" in the one-hour dramedy. The project is being produced by Sony Entertainment.

B. Alan Orange