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Peyton List cast as female lead in Gone Baby Gone TV series

Deadline is reporting that Frequency actress Peyton List is set for the female lead in Fox’s as-yet-untitled TV adaptation of the Dennis Lehane novel Gone Baby Gone.

List – who is currently portraying Poison Ivy in another Fox series, Gotham – will take on the role of Angela Gennaro, played by Michelle Monaghan in Ben Affleck’s 2007 movie adaptation.

List’s Gennaro will join Joseph Morgan’s (The Originals) Patrick Kenzie as two private detectives “who, armed with their wits, their street knowledge and an undeniable chemistry, right wrongs the law can’t in the working-class Boston borough of Dorchester.”

Also cast in the series is Lasylsa De Oliveira (Jalen Vs. Everybody) as Patrick’s girlfriend Grace Cole, and Christine Lahti (Swing Shift) as Angela’s mother. The pilot has been penned by Robert Levine (Black Sails), who will executive produce with Lehane, while Phillip Noyce (Patriot Games, Clear and Present Danger) directs.
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Pilot News: Peyton List Gets Gone, Chuck Vet to Bad Boys Spinoff and More

Peyton List could be saying goodbye to Gotham.

The actress — who currently recurs on the aforementioned drama as Ivy Pepper, aka Poison Ivy — has been cast in Fox’s untitled Gone Baby Gone adaptation, our sister site Deadline reports.

The project centers on private detectives Patrick Kenzie (The OriginalsJoseph Morgan) and Angela Gennaro (List), who work to solve cases the law can’t in a working-class Boston borough. List’s character was played by Michelle Monaghan in the 2007 movie of the same name.

List’s other TV credits include Frequency, The Flash, The Tomorrow People and Mad Men.

In other casting news,
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Peyton List To Star In Fox Drama Pilot Based On ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Book

Exclusive: Peyton List (Frequency) has been tapped as the female lead opposite Joseph Morgan in Fox's untitled drama pilot based on the best-selling book Gone Baby Gone by Dennis Lehane. Laysla De Oliveira also has been cast as a series regular in the project, from 20th Century Fox TV and Miramax, which was behind the 2007 movie adaptation directed by Ben Affleck. Written by Black Sails co-creator Robert Levine and directed by Phillip Noyce, the untitled project centers…
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Pilot News: Dave Annable to The Code, Nashville Vet's Legal Drama and More

Brothers & Sisters vet Dave Annable is pulling double duty as a Marine and a lawyer.

The actor will star in the CBS drama pilot The Code, in which the military’s brightest minds take on the country’s toughest challenges, inside the courtroom and out, our sister site Deadline reports.

In the project, each attorney is trained as a prosecutor, a defense lawyer and an investigator, as well as being a Marine. Annable will play Capt. John “Sid” Sidney, who is a driven prosecutor and active-duty Marine, per family tradition.

Also joining the ensemble are Anna Wood (Reckless) and Ato Essendoh (Chicago Med,
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April Bowlby Joins Fox Drama Pilot Based On ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Book; Cindy Luna In NBC’s ‘In Between Lives’

Former Drop Dead Diva star April Bowlby has been cast in Fox's untitled drama pilot based on the best-selling book Gone Baby Gone by Dennis Lehane. Written by Black Sails co-creator Robert Levine and directed by Phillip Noyce, the untitled project centers on private detectives Patrick Kenzie (Joseph Morgan) and Angela Gennaro who, armed with their wits, their street knowledge and an undeniable chemistry, right wrongs the law can't in the working-class Boston borough of…
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Christine Lahti To Co-Star In Fox Drama Pilot Based On ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Book

Emmy winner Christine Lahti (Chicago Hope) has been tapped for a main role in Fox's untitled drama pilot based on the best-selling book Gone Baby Gone by Dennis Lehane. The project hails from 20th Century Fox TV and Miramax, which was behind the 2007 movie adaptation directed by Ben Affleck in his directorial debut. Fox Written by Black Sails co-creator Robert Levine and directed by Phillip Noyce, the untitled project centers on private detectives Patrick Kenzie (Joseph…
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Gone Baby Gone pilot casts Joseph Morgan as its lead

Earlier this month it was announced that Fox has given the green light to a pilot for a new TV adaptation of Dennis Lehane’s novel Gone Baby Gone, and now we have our first piece of casting news.

Variety is reporting that Joseph Morgan (The Vampire Diaries, The Originals) has signed on to play Patrick Kenzie, one of two private detectives who are “armed with their wits, their street knowledge and an undeniable chemistry as they work to right the wrongs the law can’t in the working-class Boston borough of Dorchester.”

The character of Kenzie was played by Casey Affleck in the 2007 feature film adaptation, which marked the directorial debut of Ben Affleck and also starred Michelle Monaghan as Gennaro.

The pilot for the as-yet-untitled series has been penned by Robert Levine, who will also executive produce alongside author Lehane.

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Gone Baby Gone TV series: Joseph Morgan lands lead role

David Crow Kirsten Howard Feb 27, 2018

Fans of Originals and Vampire Diaries star Joseph Morgan won't have time to miss him! He's snagged the lead in the Gone Baby Gone TV series.

There some secrets you keep, and others you don’t. The casting of Fox’s television remake of Gone Baby Gone is one you don’t. Hence why it was announced Monday that Joseph Morgan, current star of CW’s The Originals TV series, will be turning in vampire lore for some New England hospitality - by way of Boston’s famed Dorchester neighborhood.

Morgan will be one of the two leads of the series where he’ll play Patrick Kenzie, Dennis Lehane’s famous literary private eye and all-around hard case. In the original Gone Baby Gone novel, the fourth in the Kenzie-Gennaro book series, Patrick Kenzie and Angie Gennaro are private investigators hired to look into the disappearance of a little girl.
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Joseph Morgan Books Fox Pilot: Get All the Details!

Joseph Morgan will appear as Klaus Mikaelson for one more season on The Originals, but the star of the show may already have his next role in the can. 

According to TV Line, Morgan has landed the male lead on the TV series adaptation of Gone Baby Gone

Morgan will take on the role of Patrick Kenzie in the untitled series. Patrick and Angela Gennaro are private detectives who are determined to make sure they can bring people to justice for the crimes they commit. 

It will be set in Dorchester, Boston, and yeah, it sure sounds like Patrick and Angela will have a whole lot of chemistry. 

Related: The Originals Ending After Five Seasons!

The pilot will be penned by Black Sails co-creator Robert Levine. 

The 2007 movie adaptation of the wildly successful novel starred Casey Affleck and Michelle Monaghan as the two lead characters. 

Despite the movie racking up a string of awards wins,
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Fox Drama Pilot Based on ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Casts Joseph Morgan in Lead Role

Fox Drama Pilot Based on ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Casts Joseph Morgan in Lead Role
The Fox drama pilot based on “Gone Baby Gone” has cast “The Originals” star Joseph Morgan in one of the lead roles, Variety has confirmed.

The untitled one-hour drama centers on a pair of private detectives, Patrick Kenzie (Morgan) and Angela Gennaro, who are “armed with their wits, their street knowledge and an undeniable chemistry” as they work to right the wrongs the law can’t in the working-class Boston borough of Dorchester.

Morgan first played the character Klaus Mikaelson in The CW’s “Vampire Diaries” before reprising the role in the spinoff series “The Originals.” His other roles include appearances in films like “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” and “Alexander,” as well as in the series “Doc Martin” and “Casualty.”
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Joseph Morgan To Star In Fox Drama Pilot Based On ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Book

Joseph Morgan, star of the CW’s departing drama series The Originals, has been cast as the male lead in Fox’s untitled drama pilot based on the best-selling book Gone Baby Gone by Dennis Lehane. The project hails from 20th Century Fox TV and Miramax, which was behind the 2007 movie adaptation directed by Ben Affleck in his directorial debut. Written by Black Sails co-creator Robert Levine and directed by Phillip Noyce, the untitled project centers on private detectives…
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The Originals' Joseph Morgan to Play Casey Affleck Role in Fox's Drama Pilot Based on Gone Baby Gone

The Originals' Joseph Morgan to Play Casey Affleck Role in Fox's Drama Pilot Based on Gone Baby Gone
In what would mark his first post-Originals TV gig, Joseph Morgan has nabbed the male lead in Fox’s drama pilot based on Dennis Lehane’s best-selling book (and Ben Affleck’s subsequent movie adaptation) Gone Baby Gone, TVLine has learned. Morgan will play private eye Patrick Kenzie, the role originated by Casey Affleck in the 2007 pic.

The untitled project — written by Black Sails co-creator Robert Levine — centers on detectives Kenzie and (the still-uncast) Angela Gennaro (aka “the Michelle Monaghan role” from the movie) who, armed with their wits, their street knowledge and an undeniable chemistry, right wrongs the law
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Phillip Noyce To Direct ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Pilot Adaptation For Fox

Phillip Noyce is set to direct Fox’s untitled drama pilot based on the best-selling book Gone Baby Gone by Dennis Lehane. The project hails from 20th Century Fox TV, where Noyce is under a first-look deal, and Miramax, which was behind the 2007 movie adaptation directed by Ben Affleck in his directorial debut. Written by Black Sails co-creator Robert Levine, the untitled drama centers on private detectives Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro who, armed with their wits…
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Gone Baby Gone TV Show is Moving Forward, Finds Director

The Gone Baby Gone TV pilot is continuing to move forward, with 20th Century Fox TV confirming that it has found a director. The pilot is based on the 1998 detective novel by Dennis Lehane, and focuses on private detectives Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro. The duo is tasked with looking into the disappearance of a young girl, and slowly turns into a much larger mystery.
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Dennis Lehane’s ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Series Gets Fox Pilot Order

Gone Baby Gone has been granted a pilot order by Fox so as to get the series up and moving. If you’ve watched the movie then you’re likely to think that if the series is even half as messed up as the film then it might just take off or tank, there won’t be a lot of room for middle ground. In the current landscape of crime shows that air on a regular basis we’ve been subjected to some very violent and disturbing images and details that many people feel would be better left alone, but others have still clamored

Dennis Lehane’s ‘Gone Baby Gone’ Series Gets Fox Pilot Order
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Fox Orders Off-Cycle Comedy Pilot ‘Bless This Mess’ From Lake Bell, Liz Meriwether

Fox has ordered the comedy “Bless This Mess” from Liz Meriwether and Lake Bell to pilot.

The single-camera comedy will be an off-cycle pilot, with shooting scheduled to begin in June. Bell will co-star as one half of a newlywed couple who give up their drab and unfulfilling lives in New York and moves to Nebraska to live a simpler life. It doesn’t work out like they planned.

Meriwether and Bell will serve as writers and executive producers, with Bell also attached to direct in addition to starring. Katherine Pope will also executive produce, with 20th Century Fox Television producing.

Meriwether created the hit Fox comedy “New Girl,” which is preparing to go into its seventh and final season. This project marks her second pilot order this year at Fox and her third overall. She is also an executive producer on the Fox single-cam “Daddy Issues” as well as the co-creator of the ABC comedy pilot “Single
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James Mangold to Direct Ford vs. Ferrari Film as ‘Logan’ Follow-Up (Exclusive)

James Mangold to Direct Ford vs. Ferrari Film as ‘Logan’ Follow-Up (Exclusive)
James Mangold has come on board to direct a project about the battle between the designers at Ford and Ferrari to create the world’s fastest racecar, Variety has learned.

Based on a true story, the film follows an eccentric, determined team of American engineers and designers, led by automotive visionary Carroll Shelby and his British driver, Ken Miles, who are dispatched by Henry Ford II with the mission of building from scratch an entirely new automobile with the potential to finally defeat the perennially dominant Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans World Championship. The project doesn’t have a formal title, but is known internally as the “Untitled Ford vs. Ferrari Project.”

Mangold had originally been slated to make a drama about kidnapped heiress Patty Hearst, but that project was canceled in the wake of complaints by the Hearst family. The Hearsts were concerned that the film would depict Patty Hearst as an enthusiastic member of the
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Gone Baby Gone TV pilot ordered by Fox

According to Variety, Fox has placed a pilot order for a TV adaptation of Dennis Lehane’s novel Gone Baby Gone, which was previously adapted for the big screen by Ben Affleck in 2007.

The pilot, penned by Robert Levine, will follow “a pair of private detectives, Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro, who are armed with their wits, their street knowledge and an undeniable chemistry as they work to right the wrongs the law can’t in the working-class Boston borough of Dorchester.”

Levine and Lehane will both serve as executive producers on the pilot for the one-hour drama, which is being produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Miramax. It is the fifth pilot ordered by Fox for the 2018-19 TV season after The Passage, Mixtape, and untitled projects from Ilene Chaiken and Melissa Srivner Love, and Danny Strong and David Elliot.

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Daily Podcast: Quentin Tarantino, J.J. Abrams, April O’Neil, Gone Baby Gone

On the February 2, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest movie news, including Roman Polanski being a character in Quentin Tarantino’s newest movie and the role Tom Cruise may play in that film, J.J. […]

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‘Gone Baby Gone’ TV Series In The Works

‘Gone Baby Gone’ TV Series In The Works
Well, here’s a movie we haven’t thought about in a while. Ben Affleck‘s feature directorial debut made it clear he had the chops and vision, and the movie not only provided a showcase role for his brother Casey, but notched an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for Amy Ryan‘s outstanding performance. Well, that was well over a decade ago, and of course, it’s time for a reboot.

Fox television has ordered a pilot for “Gone Baby Gone,” which of course will be based on the novel by Dennis Lehane.

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