Marvel’s Inhumans has added five new castmembers including one mysterious role, and Rosie Perez is set to headline NBC’s Drama High.
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Blindspot taps MMA fight Ronda Rousey in guest starring role and Tim Robbins is returning to television has he lands the lead role in Alan Ball’s family drama on HBO.
Hamilton maestro Lin-Manuel Miranda has been tapped to serve as creative producer for the adaptation of Pat Rothfuss’ best-selling trilogy The Kingkiller Chronicle. The two will partner on the project at Lionsgate.
Mastermind of the Broadway juggernaut Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda will take the stage again — but this time at studio 8H in 30 Rockefeller Plaza for Saturday Night Live. Miranda is set to make his SNL debut as host on October 8.
Looking to continue the successful trend of their live-action remakes, Disney has officially added The Little Mermaid to the schedule and paired up Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda with long-time Disney composer Alan Menken to write the music for the film.
The Tony Award-winning musical was previously in development at Universal Pictures with Kenny Ortega directing, but has since been taken off the shelf and put in the hands of Harvey Weinstein and the Weinstein Co.
Dirk Gently has tapped Samuel Barnett for the lead role opposite Elijah Wood in the BBC America series penned by Max Landis, The Fluffy Shop hires another, and more in today’s TV casting round-up!
After receiving a fifth season order,Vikings is bringing in Jonathan Rhys Meyers for an unknown role, while series star Clive Standen has been Taken by NBC. That and more in today’s TV casting round-up!
Patrick Warburton has signed on to voice the eponymous character in the Netflix series based on the best-selling books, while Neil Patrick Harris has closed a deal to play the villainous Count Olaf.
Bill Paxton joins Training Day, Judy Greed to lead Laura Steinel’s comedy, T.R. Knight returns to ABC in new pilot, and more in our daily TV casting round-up.
Filming for the eight-part event series Taboo has gotten underway this week in London as production adds Michael Kelly and Jonathan Pryce to the cast.
Kelly joins Chiwetel Ejiofor, Julia Roberts, Nicole Kidman in the new drama.
The “Arrow” actress will join the Warner Bros. thriller.
The actors are the latest to join the Hank Williams biopic.
Two actors join Devon Bostick and Billy Crudup in the adaptation of Jeremy Jackson’s acclaimed YA novel.