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If Jonesy starts hissing, Oscar, run! He's spotted an acid-blooded alien or at least a Hyperdyne Systems 120-a/2.
Actually Oscar is just hauling around a new co-star (role size to be determined) on the set of Inside Llewyn Davis in which he plays Llewyn Davis, a singer songwriter in 1960s New York. The best part of this news is that this is the latest from the Coen Bros and it's filming already. Inside Llewyn Davis reunites Oscar with his Drive wife Carey Mulligan who is contractually obligated to be in every picture released for the next four years. Other costars include Garret Hedlund, Justin Timberlake (now no longer a musician at all though maybe someone should tell him he's more fun as a pop star than as an actor? SNL hosting aside), Stark Sands, F Murray Abraham and Coen Bros mainstay John Goodman.
You only have to wait until 2013 to see it. »
- NATHANIEL R
The first set photos from the Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis have gone online. The film follows a young musician (Oscar Isaac) trying to make it in the 1960s Greenwich Village folk scene. Filming is underway in Manhattan and the production has sent the shooting location back to the 60s. It's looking good, although the Coens could just charge onto the set of Mad Men and say "Everything here is ours now. Our Oscars trump your Emmys." This is a sound plan and I believe Joel and Ethan Coen should seriously consider it. Hit the jump to check out the set photos. The film also stars Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, Garrett Hedlund, Stark Sands, and John Goodman. Click over to Bleeding Cool and The Local East Village for more images. [gallery link="file" order="Desc" columns="1"] »
- Matt Goldberg
The Coen Brothers have crafted such a diverse and distinguished filmography that every new movie of theirs is inevitably one worth anticipating. As such, we've been following casting news on their next effort, Inside Llewyn Davis, very closely. First they selected stalwart supporting player Oscar Isaac (Sucker Punch, Robin Hood) to shoulder the film's title role and lead, an aspiring singer-songwriter who journeys through 1960s New York's heady folk music scene. Then came word that omnipresent ingénue Carey Mulligan would take on the female lead, with pop star turned dynamic supporting player Justin Timberlake playing her onscreen husband. Then recurring Coen collaborator John Goodman joined the cast, along with F. Murray Abraham and theater actress Jeanine Serralles. Then, just last month Tron's Garret Hedlund came aboard, and now, with the film in production, word has broken that another rising star has signed on. Deadline reveals that Stark Sands, who »
Henry Cavill is heading from "Man of Steel" to join director Ed Zwick at the "Great Wall." Meanwhile, Morgan Freeman is the latest actor to join "Oblivion," Ralph Fiennes picks his next directorial effort and Haley Joel Osment is set to star in another sci-fi film.
It's February 10, and you're tuning in for today's casting call.
Henry Cavill is jumping from one epic film to another. With production on "Man of Steel" wrapping up, Variety is reporting that Cavill is in talks to star in Ed Zwick's upcoming historical film "Great Wall." The film will look into the mystery behind how the Great Wall of China was created.
- Terri Schwartz
The casting details for the latest, highly anticipated Coen Brother‘s effort, Inside Llewyn Davis, is never ending, as Deadline now reports that relative unknown Stark Sands has just signed on for the folksy drama.
Although Sands hasn’t made a name for himself in Hollywood quite yet, being cast in a Coen brothers‘ movie is surely a good stepping stone to bigger and better things. He was last seen on the big screen in My Sassy Girl as “soldier,” which I’m sure no one really remembers — but, hey, at least he’s acting. He graced the realm of Broadway in the unfortunate adaptation of Green Day‘s American Idiot; on the other hand, he did have a part in Clint Eastwood‘s Flags of Our Fathers, and will soon appear in the new CBS series NYC 22, which is produced by Robert De Niro.
Sands is welcomed by Oscar Issac, »
- email@example.com (thefilmstage.com)
We've got a few quick casting stories to report this morning. First up, Stark Sands (Generation Kill) has joined the Coen Brothers' upcoming film Inside Llewyn Davis. The movie takes place in 1961 Greenwich Village and centers on a young musician (Oscar Isaac) trying to make it in the folk scene. The film co-stars Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, Garrett Hedlund, and John Goodman. According to Deadline, Sands will play "Troy Nelson, a young soldier on leave who's a forlorn and talented musician." Sands' recently appeared in the Broadway adaptation of Green Day's Americna Idiot. Hit the jump for casting news on I'll Follow You Down and John Michael McDonagh's Calvary. Deadline reports that Haley Joel Osment will star in Richie Mehta's sci-fi mystery drama, I'll Follow You Down. The story revolves around "a scientist who mysteriously disappears after a business trip, only to have his son Erol, played by Osment, »
- Matt Goldberg
CBS has found a home for its lone midseason drama, "NYC 22," on Sunday nights in the spring.
The show about rookie cops will premiere at 10 p.m. Et Sunday, April 15 in the spot now occupied by "CSI: Miami." The latter show will have finished its season by then.
Richard Price ("The Wire," "Clockers") created the series, which follows a group of rookie cops -- some born into the job, others switching careers -- who land patrol jobs in upper Manhattan. Robert De Niro is among the executive producers.
"NYC 22," produced by De Niro and created by Richard Price, will follow six NYPD rookies as they patrol the streets of upper Manhattan. The series stars Terry Kinney, Adam Goldberg, Leelee Sobieski, Stark Sands, Judy Marte and Harold "House" Moore.
According to the network, "With unique backgrounds, personalities and reasons for being on the force, the new cops will make their share of rookie mistakes while they figure out how to relate to their boss, each other and the people they swore to protect."
The rookie cop drama will replace "CSI: Miami," which will have completed its full run of original episodes for the season, on the CBS primetime schedule. »
- Crystal Bell
The series - which follows around six NYPD rookies on the streets of Manhattan, basically Rookie Blue in America - will debut on Sunday night April 15 at 10 p.m., a week after CSI: Miami wraps up its season.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
"NYC 22," the police drama executive produced by Robert De Niro, will premiere on CBS on Sunday, April 15 at 10 p.m., the network said Wednesday. The series follows six New York City police rookies from unique backgrounds as they "patrol the gritty streets of upper Manhattan," according to the network. Terry Kinney, Adam Goldberg, Leelee Sobieski, Stark Sands, Judy Marte, Harold "House" Moore, Tom Reed and Felix Solis star. "NYC 22" will replace "CSI: Miami," which will have completed its season on the network's schedule. De Niro and his Tribeca Productions partner »
- Tim Kenneally
CBS’ midseason police drama The 2-2 aka Rookies, will launch April 15 with the official title NYC 22. The show, which follows six diverse NYPD rookies as they patrol the gritty streets of Upper Manhattan, has been assigned the Sunday 10 Pm time slot, where it will replace CSI: Miami. To make room for the newbie, the current 10th season of the CSI spinoff was trimmed to 19 episodes, so the veteran will have completed its run of originals by April 15. NYC 22, from CBS TV Studios and Tribeca Prods, was created by Richard Price, who executive produces with Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal, Ken Sanzel and James Mangold. The series stars Terry Kinney, Adam Goldberg, Leelee Sobieski, Stark Sands, Judy Marte, Harold “House” Moore, Tom Reed and Felix Solis. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Remember that drama that was originally named The Tu-Tu, er, The 2-2 but then changed to NYC 22? Well, the show with the new name now has a start date.
The net has announced NYC 22, which they describe as a character-driven police drama, will bow on Sunday, April 15. The series that stars Terry Kinney, Adam Goldberg, Leelee Sobieski, Stark Sands, and Judy Marte follows six NYPD rookies as they patrol upper Manhattan. CBS’ take: “With unique backgrounds, personalities, and reasons for being on the force, the new cops will make their share of rookie mistakes while they figure out »
- Lynette Rice
The series stars Terry Kinney, Adam Goldberg, Leelee Sobieski, Stark Sands, Judy Marte, Harold “House” Moore, Tom Reed and Felix Solis as a mix of NYPD veterans and rookies. While patrolling the gritty streets of upper Manhattan, the newbies must get past their mistakes and learn how to relate to each other, their superiors and the citizens they protect and serve.
- Vlada Gelman
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