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First, the bad news: You will have to wait until next spring to see new episodes of Orphan Black. (Hey, told you it was bad.) But now, the good news: The creators of BBC America’s clone-conspiracy drama, Graeme Manson and John Fawcett, are willing to offer a few glimpses into season 2. Before they appear at Comic-Con on Friday with at least one version of star Tatiana Maslany (who plays single mom Sarah Manning, not to mention several other clones) to answer your burning questions and screen some never-before-seen season 1 footage, read what the pair had to say about the new episodes. »
- Dan Snierson
Like Crazy star Felicity Jones has joined James Franco and Jonah Hill in the film True Story. The movie is being directed by Rupert Goold, and it's based on the memoir by Michael Finkel, who's the disgraced New York Times journalist that resurrected some of his career after discovering that an accused murderer had stolen his identity, and that he would only talk to his namesake. This sounds like it will be a really good movie, it's definitely got an interesting story.
According to Deadline, "Hill is playing Finkel and Franco is playing Christian Longo, who was captured in Mexico after rising near the top of the FBI Ten Most Wanted List for allegedly killing his family... Jones will play the journalist’s long suffering girlfriend, who tries to stand by her guy even after his screw ups cost them everything."
Jones was recently cast in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, »
- Joey Paur
We’ve got a couple of interesting casting stories to share this afternoon. First up, Felicity Jones (Like Crazy) has landed the female lead opposite Jonah Hill and James Franco in the drama True Story. The film recounts the head-spinning relationship between disgraced New York Times journalist Michael Finkel (Hill) and accused murderer Christian Longo (Franco). Deadline reports that Jones will play Finkel’s long-suffering girlfriend “who tries to stand by her guy even after his screw-ups cost them everything.” Rupert Goold (Richard II) will direct. Additionally, Stacy Keach has joined the ever-growing cast of Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming sequel Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Variety reports that Keach will play “a chief villain,” mob boss Wallenquist. Prodution is currently underway on the film which also stars Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin, and many more. The pic opens on October 4th. Hit the »
- Adam Chitwood
3 items from 2013
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