The actor best known for playing Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm on the CW’s The Flash will play a man who gets uploaded into his own personal version of heaven after dying.
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“Sinister 2’s” Ciaran Foy directs the Black List psychological horror film to be released in Jan. 2019.
Actor-turned-bestselling-author Chris Colfer has a big new project: adapting his own book The Land of Stories, which has been acquired by 20th Century Fox. Colfer will not only be penning the script, however, he’ll also be making his directorial debut.
The sequel follows a family whose road trip takes a turn when they arrive at a secluded mobile home park. After the power goes out, three familiar masked psychopaths pay them a visit to test their every limit.
Mira Sorvino has been tapped to headline the television adaptation of 1973 poliitcal thriller Three Days of the Condor and Ron Livingston has signed up for a recurring role on Dice.
O.C. and Hart of Dixie star Rachel Bilson is headed to Nashville alongside Empire actor Kaitlin Doubleday, meanwhile Kristin Chenoweth and Steve Zahn are set to topline network pilots.
Happy Endings alum Casey Wilson has landed at NBC to star opposite Busy Philipps in Tina Fey’s single camera comedy The Sackett Sisters. Several networks have been fighting to land Wilson the past few weeks before she settled on Fey’s sitcom today.
True Blood alum Stephen Moyer is set to star in Fox’s Marvel pilot, and Diana Rigg is joining PBS’s Victoria to play a confidante of the infamous queen.
The Possibility Of Fireflies has found its leads in Courtney Love and Joey King. The film is an adaptation of Dominique Paul’s popular novel.
Stephenie Meyer is bringing Kendare Blake’s YA novel Anna Dressed In Blood. Cameron Monaghan and Maddie Hasson are set to star.
Minnie Driver will star in ABC drama Speechless, Bill Bellamy will join Becki Newton in new Fox comedy, Mighty Aphrodite’s Michael Rapaport reteams with Woody Allen on Amazon, and more in our daily TV casting round-up!
Tremblay to guest on The Last Man On Earth, Hulu books Regina Hall for comedy pilot Crushed, Meagan Good heads to Code Black, CBS summer series American Gothic adds three.
The Witch‘s Anya Taylor Joy is joining Betty Buckley, Jessica Sula and Haley Lu Richardson in M. Night Shyamalan’s untitled thriller. James McAvoy, who joined the picture last week, is set to lead the Blumhouse-produced indie.
Blumhouse vets join their latest film, a sequel to the successful spirit-board horror movie
Plot details are primarily kept hush, but the project is being pitched as an R-rated comedy following Osment as a guy who loves his old summer camp too much.
Based on the young adult novel by Daniel Waters, the story centers on a catastrophic event that kills much of the human population on Earth, and now, their ghosts are attempting to connect with the remaining humans.
“Stephanie” pulls two more into the cast.
Mackenzie Foy, the young actress from “Interstellar,” circling lead role in Matthew O’Brien’s burning hot spec “Ark One.”
The two actors will play mother and son in the new holiday horror/comedy
Ben Hardy, Charlie Rowe, and Timothee Chalamet are being considered for the role of Cyclops.
Danny McBride, Dave Franco, Craig Robinson, Joey King, and Horatio Sanz also join the cast.
Carlton Cuse’s pilot “Colony” adds a trio of actors to the cast.
The pair are the latest actors to be cast in the YA adaptation.