Now that “Poldark” has wrapped, star Aidan Turner, who also appeared in “The Hobbit” films, has booked his next TV show. The actor will be playing Leonardo da Vinci in the upcoming series “Leonardo.”
Tricia Helfer will be back in “Lucifer” season 5 on Netflix but she will not be playing Charlotte Richards. Instead, numerous reports stated that she will be playing her character’s real identity, the Goddess of Creation, Lucifer and Amenadiel’s mother.
The upcoming streaming service HBO Max, in partnership with WarnerMedia Entertainment, has issued a series order for “Grease: Rydell High.” The musical that spins off from the original film “Grease” that starred John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.
Following Hugh Jackman’s retirement as Wolverine/Logan, the buzz is getting louder for Taron Egerton as the potential replacement. The actor, who recently starred in “Rocketman,” opened up to talk about taking on the iconic role.
The teaser to Robert Downey Jr.’s next film after “Avengers” has finally hit online. “Dolittle” features the “Iron Man” star as a person who could speak with animals.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, who played Black Manta on “Aquaman,” is joining “The Matrix 4″ reboot starring Keanu Reeves and Carrie Ann Moss. Reports reveal that he’s circling a role that will no just be a supporting bit. Speculations are that his character will serve as a replacement to Laurence Fishburn’s Morpheus.
Showtime has confirmed that the upcoming series “The President is Missing,” based on a book written by Bill Clinton and James Patterson is going into production in 2020. David Oyelowo has been cast in the lead role as the Vice President.
Len Wiseman, who directed the “Underworld” franchise, will be taking the helm for “Ballerina,” the “John Wick” spinoff. The movie will feature a female assassin who was seen in the “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.”
CBS is adapting the book based on former FBI Director James Comey, “A Higher Loyalty” with Jeff Daniels in the lead role. Brendan Gleeson has been cast as President Donald Trump in this four-part miniseries which will begin filming this November.
Lauren Cohan is going back to The Walking Dead season 11 as Maggie Green and AMC announced it has renewed the show ahead of the premiere of season 10. The actress left the series in 2018 following the death of the father of her baby (played by Steven Yeun) in the series but she’s returning next season with a potential new love interest.