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Men at Work alum Adam Busch is set for a heavily recurring role opposite James Purefoy on Altered Carbon, Netflix's futuristic drama series conceived, written and executive produced by Laeta Kalogridis. Based on Richard Morgan's award-winning 2002 cyberpunk sci-fi novel, Altered Carbon, from Skydance Television, is set in the 25th century when the human mind has been digitized and the soul is transferable from one body to the next. Busch will play Mickey, a brilliant… »
Deadline is reporting that CBS Films has snapped up Tesla & Twain, an action-adventure pitch from writer Eric Siegel (Men at Work, The Emoji Movie), which is being produced by Brigham Taylor (The Jungle Book).
Details on the project are scarce, but it’s said that the film will present “a fictional exploration of the real historical friendship between the great writer Mark Twain and the genius inventor Nikola Tesla.”
Nikola Tesla is also set to appear as a character in the currently-in-production The Current War, where he is being portrayed by Nicholas Hoult. He was also played by David Bowie in Christopher Nolan’s The Prestige back in 2006. »
- Amie Cranswick
Exclusive: CBS Films has closed a deal to acquire Tesla & Twain, an action-adventure pitch from Eric Siegel, the scribe behind Sony Pictures’ upcoming The Emoji Movie and the TV series Men at Work. The Jungle Book‘s Brigham Taylor will produce. The film is a fictional exploration of the real historical friendship between the great writer Mark Twain and the genius inventor Nikola Tesla. Alex Ginno will oversee this genius collision for CBS Films. Siegel is repped by Apa… »
James Lesure is not new to television.
He's been starring on some of the best shows on the small screen since his career first began in 1995, with a small role on a made-for-tv movie about Oj Simpson.
As Coach Mike Brady, Lesure is the feared leader of little league Abby can't resist. He gets to turn otherwise disgusting habits sexy and play at turning Abby's head.
He carries on a warm and inviting conversation and has a genuine and infectious laugh. Get to know him better by reading more below.
TV Fanatic: You have been on so many comedies and dramas over the years, how does working on Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce compare?
James Lesure: This feels a little more grown up »
- Carissa Pavlica
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Series | Search Party
Network | TBS
Number Of Episodes | 10
Episode Length | 30 mins.
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Premise | When a young woman named Chantal goes missing, one of her college acquaintances, »
Throughout his decorated career, Sir Patrick Stewart has amassed a collection of truly memorable roles. We’ve had the great Professor X – a role that Stewart will soon reprise for James Mangold’s Logan – Star Trek‘s Jean-Luc Picard and, more recently, Darcy Banker, the neo-Nazi skinhead seen in Jeremy Saulnier’s excellent Green Room. But in 2017, Stewart will lend his voice to Sony’s Emoji Movie.
He’ll play Poop – no, really – and we understand that Stewart has climbed on board alongside a whole host of newcomers including Jennifer Coolidge, Bridesmaids alum Maya Rudolph as Smiler, and Jake T. Austin as the human character of Sony’s twee animation. Anthony Leondis is at the helm for The Emoji Movie, which largely centers around Gene (Deadpool’s T.J. Miller), a sprightly symbol who has essentially been rendered the outcast of Textopolis after displaying more than one emotion. In order to course-correct his internal code, »
- Michael Briers
6 items from 2017
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