Zazie Beetz joins co-star Donald Glover in landing major roles in big film franchises following the success of the FX comedy series.
‘Fifty Shades Darker’ had a tough fall this week, dropping to No. 5, while ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ holds steady in third.
The actor returns to the network for the first time since ‘Hart of Dixie’ was cancelled.
Despite reports last weekend the director had dropped out, it looks like DC has finally found its new Dark Knight helmer.
It’s the first regular television work for the actress since she first landed at ‘General Hospital’ in the early 1980s.
Jamie Chung will play Blink, a mutant we last saw in ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ in the form of Bingbing Fan.
The early renewal joins ‘Lucifer’ as part of recent Fox pickups.
Writer and producer first joined the franchise in ‘X-Men: The Last Stand.’
The 1983 original earned a number of Oscars, including best picture, best adapted screenplay and best directing.
The production company behind the potential series is the same one leading Tom Hardy’s ‘Taboo’ for FX.
‘Philip K. Dick’s Electric Sheep’ will be a 10-part anthology series starring Cranston.
The network has put a lot of confidence in the series, giving it a full 22-episode order.
The rapper and star of Fox’s ‘Star’ will executive produce the drama, which will translate Biblical stories into modern-day episodes.
The Marderosian brothers, known for producing music for television and films, say they never got credit – or compensation – for writing the ‘Lucifer’ theme.
PLUS: ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s’ Spike returns as part of the new Marvel and Hulu series ‘Runaways.’