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Untitled Bigelow bin Laden Film
Lebanese actor Fares Fares ("Sage House," Snabba Cash") has been cast in Kathryn Bigelow's forthcoming film about Navy Seal Team Six’s take-down of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden for Annapurna Pictures.
It is not known what role Fares will play, though he is said to be "a good guy." [Source: Risky Biz Blog]
Not Safe for Work
Jj Feild ("Centurion"), Tom Gallop ("The Bourne Identity") and Christian Clemenson ("CSI: Miami") have joined the cast of the low-budget thriller "Not Safe for Work" at Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions.
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- Garth Franklin
According to Variety, Johnston is reteaming with his Captain America star Jj Feild (Neil Marshall's Centurion), who has been cast in Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Prods.' low-budget thriller Not Safe For Work along with Tom Gallop (The Bourne Identity) and Emmy winner Christian Clemenson ("CSI: Miami").
Horror favorites Adam Mason and Simon Boyes ((Blood River, The Devil's Chair) wrote the script, which follows a young paralegal trapped in an office with a killer on a secret mission to destroy files and anyone that stands in his path.
- Uncle Creepy
Variety reports that director Joe Johnston is reteaming with his Captain America thesp Jj Feild (who also starred in Neil Marshall's Centurion), who has been cast in Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Prods.' low-budget thriller Not Safe For Work along with Tom Gallop (The Bourne Identity) and Emmy winner Christian Clemenson ("CSI: Miami"). Brit scribes Adam Mason and Simon Boyes (Blood River, The Devil's Chair) wrote the script, which follows a young paralegal trapped in an office with a killer on a secret mission to destroy files and anyone that stands in his path. As previously reported, Max Minghella (The Social Network) will star as the cunning protag, while Eloise Mumford (ABC's "The River") will play his girlfriend, who works at the same office along with Clemenson. Jason Blum (Insidious, Paranormal Activity) is producing the pic, which will be exec produced by Couper Samuelson. Bryan Brucks is set to co-produce. »
One of the best superhero flicks last summer was Joe Johnston's Captain America. And while Chris Evans's Steve Rogers is busy going big in Joss Whedon's Avengers, Johnston decided to take the opposite approach with his next project. The director's followup to the First Avenger will be a small actioner called Not Safe For Work and he just recruited one of his Howling Commandos, J.J. Feild, to join the film. Variety reports that Feild as well as Christian Clemenson and Tom Gallop were cast in Johnston's Not Safe For Work. And before anyone plays Mr./Mrs. Smart, I'm aware that Feild's character, James Montgomery Falsworth, is the original Union Jack and technically part of the Invaders but he was lumped into the Commandos for Johnston's adaptation of Captain America. And if you missed the comic book flick, you may have seen the actor with Michael Fassbender in »
Director Joe Johnston (Captain America: The First Avenger) has started to fill the roles of his upcoming, modestly budgeted project, Not Safe for Work. He didn't have to look much further than Captain America co-star, J.J. Feilds for one of the roles. Joining Feilds in the thriller, written by Adam Mason and Simon Boyes, will be Tom Gallop (The Bourne Ultimatum) and Emmy-winner Christian Clemenson (Boston Legal). The trio joins Max Minghella (The Social Network) who plays a young paralegal trapped at work with a killer on the loose in his office. Eloise Mumford (The River) will also star as Minghella's girlfriend and coworker. In other casting news, there has been a new addition to the adaptation of Twilight author Stephenie Meyer's The Host. Hit the jump to see who's on board. Variety reported on the casting additions for Not Safe for Work, a Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions project. »
- Dave Trumbore
5 items from 2012
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