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Film & TV Casting: POOR BOY, LEGENDS OF TOMORROW, Michael Cerveris In GOTHAM

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Poor Boy, Legends Of Tomorrow, Gotham, And Other Film And TV Casting News

Poor BoyLegends of TomorrowGotham, 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.


Michael Cerveris has been cast as a villain in the planned fourth season of Gotham. A Tony Award-winning thespian, Cerveris has appeared in a number of television programs in addition to his turns on Broadway, including Fringe, The Good Wife, and The Tick. He is set to play the character of Professor Pyg, with it being speculated that he might team up with the Scarecrow, who is also slated to appear in the new season.

Legends Of Tomorrow

Courtney Ford has been added to the cast of Legends of Tomorrow for the CW show’s third season. Ford, who happens to be married to series regular Brandon Routh, will portray Eleanor Darhk, the sinister daughter of the equally-villainous Damien Darhk. Reportedly, Routh’s character Ray Palmer will, much to his displeasure, find himself attracted to Ford’s newcomer.

Poor Boy

Frances O’Connor, Richard Roxburgh, Callan Mulvey, and Sarah Peirse have all signed onto Guy Pearce’s directorial debut Poor Boy.

Miss Arizona

Johanna Braddy will play the protagonist in Autumn McAlpin’s Miss Arizona.

Fuller House

Lonzo Ball will appear in a guest role in the third season of Fuller House.

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