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Legends Of Tomorrow, The Widow, Hellboy: Rise Of The Blood Queen, And Other Film And TV Casting News

Legends of Tomorrow, The WidowHellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen, and other films and TV shows have made recent casting news.

These productions come from studios based primarily in the United States. The castings are subject to change.

Hellboy: Rise Of The Blood Queen

Ian McShane has joined the cast of Neil Marshall’s planned reboot Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen. McShane is known for his appearances in productions like American Horror Story and American Gods. He will play the role of Professor Trevor Bruttenholm, a character played by the late John Hurt in the original Guillermo del Toro films.

Legends Of Tomorrow

Jes Macallan will have a recurring role in the upcoming third season of Legends of Tomorrow. A spin-off of both The CW’s Arrow and The Flash, the science fiction series follows the adventures of several unlikely heroes (as well as a few villains) as they travel through time to preserve history. The character Macallan will play is one Special Agent Ava Sharpe.

The Widow

Maika Monroe has signed on to the proposed thriller The Widow from director Neil Jordan.

A.P. Bio

Jean Villepique is set to play a regular role in the NBC comedy series A.P. Bio.


Charlie Gillespie will act alongside John Travolta in the planned film Cigarette.

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Reggie Peralta

An aspiring writer, longtime film junkie, and former disc jockey (where I graduated with a BA in Political Science), I've made the jump from penning book reviews and current events editorials for to writing movie and TV news and reviews.

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