In the aftermath of the shocking murder spree of ’69, Hollywood movie star Steve McQueen embarks on a vengeful hunt for the killers — the Manson family. As police hit a dead end, Steve’s unconventional pursuit pulls him deeper into the surreal world of the shamanic leader Charles Manson…while also sending McQueen into a downward spiral with his career and relationship with his family.
After a Native American trucking baron and his family disappear, the lives of three women – an FBI agent investigating the case, a parolee searching for her missing son, and a young girl with psychic abilities – collide on an oil-rich Indian Reservation haunted by demons both figurative and literal.
On the eve of his 75th birthday, billionaire Charles Abernathy invites his four estranged children back home out of fear that tonight someone – or something – is coming to kill him. To ensure his family will help protect him from whatever’s coming, Abernathy puts each of their inheritances on the line.
Passed over for promotions and chronically single, a Korean woman decides to undergo drastic plastic surgery in order to get ahead in all areas of her life. Her dreams come true, at first, until she gives birth to a daughter who looks nothing like her current beautiful self, causing the vicious cycle to begin again.
This is the untold true story of how a straight-arrow U.S. marshal and a hot-headed mafia hitman succeeded in breaking the mob and, in doing so, created the Witness Protection Program. Only much later did the world learn their success was based on a lie, a frame-up that became the greatest scandal in the history of the FBI.
Clooney was originally slated to play Colonel Cathcart, but that role will now go to Chandler. Clooney will instead play the supporting part of Scheisskopf, which gives him more time to focus on directing and producing.
The writers of Battleship and the upcoming The Meg will write the family movie in which Bautista plays a CIA operative who gets paired with a 9-year-old girl.
Jennifer Morrison is also in talks for the drama from the writer of Contagion and The Bourne Ultimatum that looks at the CIA’s interrogation procedures post-9/11.
When her long me friend and secret crush returns home from years abroad, a lonely twenty-something fresh off a breakup sees an opportunity to nally have everything go her way. However, her hopes are upended when she meets her friend’s gorgeous new fiancée, and finds herself oddly drawn to this mysterious woman.
Miranda July has lined up an all-star cast for her heist feature including Evan Rachel Wood, Gina Rodriguez, Richard Jenkins, and Debra Winger. Production is set to begin in May.
The film follows a New Orleans bartender (Hammer) whose life begins to unravel after a series of disturbing and unexplainable events transpire when he picks up a phone left behind at his bar.
Actor-comedian Sinbad is headed to the small screen for Fox’s comedy pilot Rel. Joining him is Jessica “Jess Hilarious” Moore who replaces previously cast Angel Laketa Moore. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
Matt Ryan’s portrayal of the role has found great success following the cancellation of the series Constantine on NBC. In addition to appearances on Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, Ryan has also voiced the role in the upcoming series on CW Seed and the animated film Justice League Dark.
Just days after announcing her exit from Grey’s Anatomy, Sarah Drew has landed the the role of Cagney in CBS’s Cagney & Lacey reboot. Michelle Hurd has nabbed the role of Lacey. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
Set twenty years after the death of Dr. Victor Frankenstein (and the events depicted in Mary Shelley’s novel), THE LAST FRANKENSTEIN follows Ernest Frankenstein, Victor’s youngest brother and the only surviving member of the Frankenstein Family, as he embarks on a dangerous quest to find his brother’s journal before it falls into the wrong hands.
After several years away from television, Mad Men alum Vincent Kartheiser is back and set to star opposite Rachelle Lefevre in an untitled legal drama from Empire creator Danny Strong. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
Justin Rhodes, writer of the Terminator reboot, will adapt Christian Cantrell’s self-published 2010 short story about a CIA analyst trying to solve a series of seemingly random murders.
A week before potentially winning his first Oscar, the prolific character actor takes on a voice role in the Katherine Applegate adaptation already starring Angelina Jolie.
Diaz will play Mel, one of the three sisters who is described as a passionate, outspoken activist who loses her way in the wake of a family tragedy.
Season 3 will tell the story of a macabre crime in the heart of the Ozarks, and a mystery that deepens over decades and plays out in three separate time periods.
When a bomb squad veteran finds herself trapped in a room rigged with ticking explosives while simultaneously stuck in the body of the cop that called in the threat she has to defuse the bomb, escape the room and make it back to headquarters to return to her own body before it is too late.
The Josh WIlliamson/Andrei Bressan fantasy-adventure comic is the third from Skybound Entertainment to be commissioned as a feature under its first look deal with Universal.
The Sarah Burgess comedy follows a private-equity manager (Vance) and his government-appointed compliance monitor (Parker).