We’re trying a new format for our Best of the Week feature. So, in case you were out of the loop this week, here’s an easy way to get back in and catch up on everything you missed.
The Movie News:
Ron Howard is in talks to direct a live-action Jungle Book movie for Warner Bros. Rumor has it the star of Transformers 4 is
Fantastic Four‘s Ioan Gruffudd is taking the starring role in ABC’s drama pilot Forever.
Gruffudd will play New York City’s star medical examiner who is secretly immortal. Through his investigative work with a police detective and his relationship with his best friend the show will “peel back the layers of Henry’s colorful and long life.”
The show is from writer-producer Matt Miller (Chuck, 666 Park Avenue). In addition to playing Mr… Continue reading ‘Fantastic Four’ actor cast in ABC immortal pilot
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Well, after months of speculation and screen-testing, it looks like the new cast of the big screen “Fantastic Four” reboot has been finalized, at least according to The Wrap. Look for Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell… Continue reading 'Fantastic Four' Reboot Casts Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, and Jamie Bell
There’s been tons of speculation (some even originating on our end) about the cast for Fox’s reboot of Fantastic Four. But barring any broken deals, we now know who they’ll all be thanks to The Wrap:
Miles Teller – Reed Richards, AKA Mr. Fantastic
Kate Mara – Sue Storm, AKA The Invisible Woman
Jamie Bell – Ben Grimm, AKA The Thing
Michael B. Jordan – Johnny Storm, AKA The Human Torch
We’ve… Continue reading Fox Has Found its New 'Fantastic Four' Cast
UPDATE: Dunn has been found guilty on four charges, three counts of attempted second degree murder for shooting at other teens in car and one count of firing a gun into a car. He’ll be sentenced on those convictions at a later time, and faces up to 60 years in prison. A mistrial was declared on the first-degree murder count for the shooting death of… Continue reading ‘Loud Music’ Murder Trial: Jury Deadlocked On First-Degree Murder Charge, Has Verdicts On Four Other Counts