Jenna Dewan Tatum has joined Fox’s untitled musical drama and Ving Rhames has booked a series regular role in the reboot of Cagney & Lacey. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
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Written and directed by Josh Trank (Fantastic Four), the film will cover Capone’s later years when he was suffering from dementia while in prison.
The 100 alum Tati Gabrielle joins Netflix’s Riverdale spinoff, Frequency star Peyton List boards Fox’s Gone Baby series, and Chuck‘s Ryan McPartlin signs on for a co-starring role opposite Jessica Alba in Bad Boys.
Sydney Poitier, Shea Whigham, Hong Chau, and Jeremy Allen White are joing Julia Roberts-starrer Homecoming and Netflix’s second season of American Vandal has set its two leading men. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
Mad Men star Kiernan Shipka is set to play the titular role in the project from Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Berlanti Productions, and Warner Bros. TV. Miranda Otto and Lucy Davis also previously signed on to play Sabrina’s aunts.
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.
The Oscar-nominated star of I, Tonya is now in official negotiations to join Quentin Tarantino’s anticipated new film after informal talks last year.
The darkly comic thriller from Dan Berk and Robert Olsen (Body) will unite the stars of It and It Follows for its story about criminals who discover a dark secret when they break into a suburban home.
The political thriller based on Joan Didion’s 1996 novel would star Hathaway as a Washington Post reporter who gets entrenched in the world of arms dealing.
Lindsey Beer (Chaos Walking) and Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Captain Marvel) have been tapped to write the superhero movie, which is being directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood.
O’Shea Jackson Jr. is still in negotiations, but otherwise, everyone including “50 Cent” Jackson are on board for another heist movie.
Based on the award-winning Broadway play, the two Oscar-nominated actors will play childhood friends reunited years after leading very different lives.
The dark comedy based on a true story has already begun filming in L.A. with Molina and Bosworth playing the CEO and director of an oil company responsible for poisoning the water on David Strathairn’s farm.
Theoretically, the project being developed with writers Jez and John-Henry Butterworth would be Mangold’s next project for Fox, although he also has Don Winslow’s The Force on his plate.
Detroit star Hannah Murray and Imposters actress Marianne Rendón are in talks to play Manson’s followers Leslie Van Houten and Susan Atkins, respectively.
The black-ish and Mudbound stars join the cast for the update to Gordon Parks Jr.’s classic 1972 crime-thriller, starring Ron O’Neal and Carl Lee.
Eiza González, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Demetrius Shipp Jr. and Shameik Moore also join the ensemble cast of RZA’s film, which has already begun production in New Orleans.
Payne and his production partners are joined by director Miguel Arteta, writer Roberto Benabib (Weeds) in this venture to adapt the Dutch series Holland’s Hoop.
The film will examine Patty’s relationship with SLA leader Cinque, aka Donald DeFreeze, and it should be another juicy role for Fanning, who will be coming off of Woody Allen’s new movie.
David is back! Johnny Galecki has finally closed a deal to return for one episode of ABC’s Roseanne revival.
The respected filmmaker has many projects on his plate right now, so Katherine Applegate’s award-winning book might not be his first priority.
Billy Baldwin and Callie Hernandez have also joined the cast of Amazon’s LA-set drama series along with Nell Tiger Free (Game of Thrones), Augusto Aguilera (The Predator), Babs Olusanmokun (The Defenders) and Cristina Rodlo .
Owen Teague has signed on to the dark fantasy drama, reuniting with director Andy Muschetti and co-stars Jackson Robert Scott and Megan Charpentier.
The four movies started production on Sept. 25 with a reported combined budget of over a billion dollars.
The series, based on the unpublished memoir of Andrew Shaffer, is described as “The Social Network” meets “Pretty Little Liars.”
The duo are branching away from comedy with an adaptation of Chris Pavone’s novel by “Scarface” writer John Herman that has a “Hitchcockian premise” ala “North by Northwest.”
Universal won the project in a competitive situation, and Ruben Fleischer will produce and direct from a script written by Girls scribe Murray Miller.