Old Man, One Day She’ll Darken, Spawn, And Other Film And TV Casting News
These productions come from studios based primarily in the United States. The castings are subject to change.
Todd MacFarlane would like to cast Leonardo DiCaprio in the upcoming adaptation of his comic series Spawn. The director says that he envisions the Wolf of Wall Street star as the character Twitch. Originally debuting in 1992, the comic followed the story of a black ops squad member who was killed by his partners and resurrected as a supernatural hellspawn.
One Day She’ll Darken
Chris Pine will play a role in Patty Jenkins’ planned World War I TV drama One Day She’ll Darken. The two, of course, previously worked together on Warner Bros’ Wonder Woman. Set to start production this coming fall, the TNT series will explore the notorious Black Dahlia murders.
Samuel L. Jackson is set to star in the planned action thriller program Old Man. Jackson is widely recognized for his roles in such high-profile projects like Pulp Fiction and the Avengers franchise. Old Man will be produced by Jonathan E. Steinberg, who served as a co-creator on Black Sails.
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