Affleck is The Middle Man
Ben Affleck and Glenn Gordon Caron have teamed up for The Middle Man, a new crime drama series picked up by Fox, Deadline reports. Set in 1960s Boston, the story centers on an FBI agent tasked with taking down the Italian mafia.
Moore joins Hunger Games
Deadline reports Julianne Moore has been cast to play President Alma Coin in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2. Moore will join cast members Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth for the third and fourth installments of the Hunger Games franchise.Email Me! - When Available!
Better Call Saul for Breaking Bad spinoff
AMC and Sony Pictures TV have reached a licensing agreement for a spinoff from the acclaimed drama series Breaking Bad, Deadline reports. The new series, Better Call Saul, will be a prequel that focuses on the character of Saul Goodman before he became Walter White's lawyer.Email Me! - When Available!
AMC ends The Killing
Deadline reports that AMC has cancelled The Killing after season 3. A year ago the network had cancelled the series after its 2nd season but then gave it a reprieve; however, season 3's ratings didn't improve enough upon season 2's which resulted in the series' first cancellation.Email Me! - When Available!
American Psycho sequel set for TV
US cable network FX is developing a sequel TV series to the 2000 movie American Psycho that starred Christian Bale, Deadline reports. The series will be set in present day and will feature serial killer Patrick Bateman taking on a protégé.
Sackhoff has Somnia
Riddick co-star Katee Sackhoff has signed on to star in director Mike Flanagan's next horror film Somnia, Deadline reports. The film centres on an orphaned child whose dreams and nightmares manifest physically as he sleeps.
Emmanuel gets Fast & Furious
Game of Thrones' Nathalie Emmanuel has been cast in the seventh Fast & Furious film, Deadline reports. The British actress will reportedly be a new member of the team led by Vin Diesel's character Dom Toretto.Email Me! - When Available!
Warner returning to Island of Dr. Moreau
Deadline reports that Warner Bros. and Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way have set Lee Shipman & Brian McGreevy to pen a contemporary re-imagining of H.G. Wells' classic novel The Island of Dr. Moreau.