The Breaking Bad actor has been cast in The Children, a New Line horror film directed by Michael Chaves.
The film follows a social worker investigating the disappearance of two children, and soon learns her own family may too be in danger. Cruz will play Catholic priest turned shaman and he joins a cast that includes Linda Cardellini, Sean Patrick Thomas, and Patricia Velasquez.
Cruz is known for playing deranged drug dealer Tuco Salamanca on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, as well as Det. Julio Sanchez on TNT's...
TNT’s Major Crimes will end after its upcoming sixth season, TVLine has learned exclusively.
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What will now be the crime drama’s 13-episode farewell run kicks off on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 9/8c, with the milestone Episode 100 landing on Dec. 19. The double-episode series finale will then air Jan. 16, 2018.
“The whole company of Major Crimes is dedicated to making [this] the best season yet,” says series creator James Duff. “We will finish our long run on TNT with a finale worthy of our loyal viewers and their years of unstinting support.
Little is known about which actors FX plans to replace, but considering that Mayans Mc is set to undergo major reshoots, we imagine this shake-up will be fairly extensive. Prior to Variety’s scoop, the spinoff pilot had cast Jd Pardo as Ezekiel “Ez” Reyes, Edward James Olmos as Ez’s father Felipe, and Richard Cabral as Johnny “El Coco” Cruz – three key players of the Sons of Anarchy follow-up, so we assume their places aboard Mayans Mc are relatively safe.
Mc will only be partially recast, remember, so it’s more likely that FX will choose to overhaul the roster of supporting players, one which previously featured Jacqueline Obradors,
The former is a Venezuelan actress who has signed on to play Carnalita, a series regular who, as a child, “watched her family die at the hands of the Galindo cartel. Now, streetwise and driven, she protects the lost children orphaned by cartel violence.” Maurice Compte, on the other hand, ought to ring a bell for Netflix subscribers after the actor’s performance in hit drama Narcos. Swapping Escobar for the open road, Compte has joined FX’s Sons of Anarchy spinoff as a “highly regarded DEA agent tasked to bring down Miguel Castillo, the Galindo Cartel kingpin.” Fuelled by his own personal demons, Castillo is pitched as an unhinged character relentless in his pursuit to bring down the cartel, so we
But then there was the time he ran into “Breaking Bad” co-star Mark Margolis on a connecting flight in Dallas. “That caused a bit of a stir,” he recalls with a laugh.
AMC’s worst-kept secret will be on display for devotees of both shows come April 10, when the third season of “Better Call Saul
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