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Based on a true story, it’s a crime drama/thriller in the vein of MOLLY’S GAME about the first of JFK’s mistresses to be publicly identified, her connection to mafia boss Sam Giancana and involvement in the confidential CIA plot to assassinate Fidel Castro.
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.
The Big Bang Theory is continuing to add to Sheldon’s family in adulthood with Jerry O’Connell joining the show for a guest-starring role as Sheldon’s brother, Georgie. The character appears on the spin-off series Young Sheldon played by Montana Jordan. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
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.
The studio has hired its Straight Outta Compton scribe Jonathan Herman to write the script, and there’s no word on whether the Rollercoaster will return, or whether it’ll be replaced by a sexy Ferris Wheel.
Filming has begun in Louisiana for the crime-drama about a pair of lawmen (played by Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson) who make a last ditch attempt to capture Bonnie and Clyde.
From a high school dropout selling used cars in Dallas, to having the first hip hop single to top the Billboard charts, a young Robbie Van Winkle struggles with stardom, extortion attempts, and selling out as he makes music history and transforms into the one and only – Vanilla Ice.
Brandt co-created NBC’s Chicago Fire and its two spinoffs, and currently serves as an EP on all three Chicago series. He also directed the 2011 Richard Gere thriller The Double, and co-wrote Wanted and 3:10 to Yuma with Derek Haas.
Gary Dauberman, who wrote It and the Annabelle movies, has been hired to turn Nickelodeon’s beloved TV series into a feature film.
Iain McDonald (“Rodney and Sheryl”) will adapt Matthew Baker’s short story, which has been compared to “Arrival” and “District 9.”
“Sinister 2’s” Ciaran Foy directs the Black List psychological horror film to be released in Jan. 2019.
The captivating true story of a neurotic, unemployed DC speechwriter who, upon accidentally discovering that marijuana reverses the blinding effects of his glaucoma, boldly fights the DEA and FDA on a national scale to become America’s first medical marijuana patient, championing this groundbreaking movement and igniting a controversial national debate.
Beetlejuice 2 finds a new writer with Mike Vukadinovich.
Engelson’s ex-wife Meghan Markle is currently dating Prince Harry, and the fictional premise of show involves a divorced man whose ex-wife marries into the British Royal family.
In the vein REAR WINDOW, BLOW UP, and DISTURBIA… a young woman, uncomfortable with real human contact, uses a high end drone to take “candid” photos of unsuspecting subjects and finds her life suddenly in danger when she witnesses a brutal crime through the lens of her drone.
The series from Warner Bros. TV is set to bow in 2018 as part of a new direct-to-consumer digital service from the WB. He joins previously cast Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, and Teagan Croft.
The series hails from Warner Bros. TV and executive producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Akiva Goldsman and DC Entertainment’s Geoff Johns.
Follows a rookie African American female cop whose body cam records her fellow Detroit police officers murdering several drug dealers. Her colleagues hunt her down in order to destroy the incriminating footage, while the dealers’ game comes after her too, demanding answers.
The Logan Lucky star will play Scott Lawson, a rookie FBI agent assigned to a sleepy Texas border town where he writes reports about the drug war… until he’s presented with an opportunity to infiltrate the cartels themselves.