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Gossip Girl himself is coming to NBC and he is not alone. Penn Badgley and “Moonrise Kingdom” alum Lucas Hedges have joined the network’s miniseries “The Slap,” according to Deadline. The 8-episode series is based an Australian series that aired in 2011. The family drama follows the mayhem that ensues when one man slaps the child of another couple. The slap results in a potential lawsuit and also knock loose some secrets members of the community have kept hidden for a long time. Hedges is joining as a series regular named Ritchie.Read More

Posted On September 10, 2014By Alamin YohannesIn Television, TV Casting

TV: Zachary Quinto Boards NBC Miniseries ‘The Slap’

“The Slap” is going to send shockwaves through the lives of all its characters and Zachary Quinto is newest actor to get on the ride, according to Deadline . On the NBC miniseries, Quinto will play the man giving out the slap that sets everything in motion. His character’s name is Harry, a man with real anger just under the surface despite his seemingly pleasant life. This time he takes his aggression out on the wrong person: another couple’s child. As a result secrets come to light and a lawsuit is soon underway. Brian CoxRead More
Zachary Quinto was spotted alongside Lena Dunham already so it’s not a surprise that HBO has now confirmed the “Star Trek” actor has filmed a guest spot on the upcoming fourth season of “Girls.” There are no details on Quinto’s character, though he’s expected to only appear in one episode. Last we saw the Girls, Hannah (Dunham) was off to graduate school after an apparent breakup with Adam (Adam Driver), while Marnie (Allison Williams) seemed poised to have found her calling in life – singing/songwriting, and Soshana (Zosia Mamet) foundRead More
Hannah Ware has been cast as the female lead in Fox International Production’s “Agent 47,” according to Variety. The action film will be based on bestselling video game “Hitman,” and is a sequel to the 2007 action film of the same name. Rupert Friend will star as the titular assassin, who was orphaned and then raised by an organization of assassins for hire. He eventually finds himself dodging his own employers’ wrath as well as danger from outside forces. The 2007 film starred Timothy Olyphant in the lead role; Friend replaced the lateRead More
“Star Trek” star Zachary Quinto has joined the cast of “Hitman” sequel “Agent 47,” according to Deadline. “Homeland” star Rupert Friend replaced Paul Walker in the lead role earlier this month after the “Fast & Furious” actor’s death in November. “Agent 47” is a sequel to the 2007 actioner “Hitman,” which starred Timothy Olyphant in the lead role. Now, Friend will play the titular assassin, who was orphaned and then raised by an organization of assassins for hire. In a now familiar “Bourne Identity” twist, he eventually finds himself dodgingRead More
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Natalie Dormer, Adelaide Clemons, Zachary Quinto and Stephen Graham are all set to join “The Girl Who Invented Kissing,” according to Variety. The Tom Sierchio indie drama already has “Veep” actor Timothy Simons attached to star. “The Girl Who Invented Kissing” tells the story of two brothers whose lives are changed after they encounter and fall for a nameless young female drifter who enters their bar on a rainy night. The Sierchio-scripted film will be produced by George Zakk through An Olive Branch, along with Cybill Lui. Details on whichRead More
The gang’s all back in our first look at some intense footage from JJ Abrams’ highly anticipated sequel “Star Trek Into Darkness.” New villain Benedict Cumberbatch narrates this welcome-back for the crew of the Enterprise, including Chris Pine as Captain Kirk, Zoe Saldana as Uhura, John Cho as Sulu and Zachary Quinto as Spock. Amongst the explosions, volcanic and sea battles, we also have our first look at new addition Alice Eve, who plays an as yet unnamed member of Kirk’s crew. “Star Trek into Darkness” will be released onRead More
We can all thank Christopher Nolan and his billion dollar Batman trilogy for this, I think. Two new posters have debuted for two of 2013’s most anticipated summer blockbusters, and both paint a rather dark and bleak vision of their respective worlds. In JJ Abrams’ “Star Trek into Darkness”, the sequel to 2009’s critical and commercial hit reboot “Star Trek”, the entire crew of the Enterprise will return, including Chris Pine as Captain Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Spock, Zoe Saldana as Uhuru, John Cho as Sulu and Anton Yelchin asRead More
Once again we trekked over to the beach on Santa Monica for the annual Film Independent Spirit Awards, honoring the year’s best in independent film, and a lot of Oscar favorites got a bit of rehearsal time as the usual suspects picked up awards. “The Artist” continued to dominate, picking up Best Cinematography, Best Director, Best Actor for an absent Jean Dujardin and inevitably, Best Picture. “Margin Call”, already taking home the Robert Altman award for Ensemble and Casting, also won Best First Feature, besting buzzy Sundance exports “Martha MarcyRead More
The long-anticipated sequel to JJ Abrams‘ successful 2009 reboot of “Star Trek” is finally making some headway. Most of the original cast will return, Benicio Del Toro was announced earlier this month to be taking on the villain role, and today Variety reports British actress Alice Eve has been chosen by Abrams for an unspecified role, with a deal expected to close soon. Eve tested for the role – believed to be a brand new character never before seen in “Star Trek” canon – alongside “Captain America”‘s Hayley Atwell andRead More