Luddington joins True Blood
Deadline reports that William and Kate co-star Camilla Luddington has landed a recurring role on the upcoming next season HBO's vampire drama series True Blood. Luddington will play Claudette, one of Claude's many sisters, who gives Sookie insight into what it means to be a faerie.Email Me! - When Available!
Mack to recur on Wilfred
Former Smallville co-star Allison Mack has been cast in a major recurring role on FX's comedy series Wilfred, Deadline reports. Mack will play the new love interest of Elijah Wood's lead character Ryan.
Starz to return to Magic City
US pay cable network Starz has renewed period drama Magic City for a second season ahead of its first season debut on April 6, Deadline reports. The series stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan as a Miami hotelier, Olga Kurylenko as his wife & Danny Huston as a mob boss.
O'Mara to co-star in Ralph Lamb pilot
Deadline reports that Terra Nova star Jason O'Mara will co-star opposite Dennis Quaid, Michael Chiklis & Carrie-Anne Moss in CBS' untitled Ralph Lamb drama pilot. O'Mara will play Lamb's younger brother Frank.
Trank follows The Red Star
Chronicle director Josh Trank will helm an adaptation of Christian Gossett's graphic novel The Red Star for Warner Bros., Deadline reports. The Soviet-themed sci-fi fantasy is set in an alternate future fantasy Russia & centres on a Red Fleet soldier who takes on a tyrannical ex-leader.Email Me! - When Available!
Cox heads to Gotham
Deadline reports that Brian Cox is set to co-star in US ABC'S fantasy drama pilot Gotham, about a secret magical world at the heart of New York City. Cox will play the wise & secretive clock shop owner Alderman Morrill.Email Me! - When Available!
Hunger Games to open big in US
Deadline reports that Lionsgate's The Hunger Games adaptation is headed for a potential US$125 million opening weekend beginning this Friday in the US. The film has already pre-sold over 1 million tickets via online sellers Fandango and Movietickets.com combined.Email Me! - When Available!
John Carter loses $200m for Disney
Disney has released a statement saying that in light of the recent global box office performance of US$184 million by its sci-fi actioner John Carter it expects the film to generate an operating loss of around US$200 million.Email Me! - When Available!