Back at the San Diego Comic-Con, it was revealed that the “big bad” for the upcoming third season of “Arrow” would be none other than Ra’s al Ghul. Though casting is still coming together for the character on the series, there is one person who previously played the role and would jump right back in, if he could.
Marvel Studios has today revealed two new additions to the cast of the upcoming series “Marvel’s Agent Carter.” “Dollhouse” star Enver Gjokaj will play Agent Daniel Sousa, while “One Tree Hill” star Chad Michael Murray will play Agent Jack Thompson. Both appear to be newly-created characters for the series. It is said that Peggy Atwell’s Carter will meet both characters when she takes on her new role at the SRR in New York City.
Putting Cristin Miloti in one of the lead roles is only one way in which NBC’s new comedy A to Z tries to rip-off How I Met Your Mother.
Lionsgate has released six REBEL WARRIOR POSTERS for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 featuring the fearless rebels of District 13: GALE (Liam Hemsworth), BOGGS (Mahershala Ali), MESSALA (Evan Ross), CASTOR (Wes Chatham), CRESSIDA (Natalie Dormer) and POLLUX (Elden Henson).
Guy Ritchie appears to have found his King Arthur. Deadline reports that Pacific Rim and “Sons of Anarchy” star Charlie Hunnam is final negotiations for the leading role in the upcoming project, which hopes to launch a multi-film franchise. Variety, meanwhile, reports that Godzilla star Elizabeth Olsen is in talks for the female lead.
It was nearly four years ago that word first broke of a Warner Bros. live action/CGI project that would be set in the world of the studio’s hit “Looney Tunes” franchise and take place inside a warehouse belonging to the ACME corporation. Today, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the project is moving forward with Steve Carell set to star, X-Men: First Class‘s Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz set to script and Crazy Stupid Love helmers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa in talks to direct.
Google has marked the 200th birthday of Irish Gothic horror writer Sheridan le Fanu with a black and white Doodle on its homepage depicting a ghostly figure looming over a sleeping woman.