Olga Kurylenko will likely reprise her role as Camille
James Bond 007 insiders are saying that production should start on the next installment of the film series towards the middle of next year. The current working title is “Bond 23” – named for the 23rd film is the series. The British newspapers also indicate Bond 23 is now casting.
New Showtime programming chief David Nevins has given the series pilot order for “Homeland,” and production is currently casting principal actors in Los Angeles, and also casting extras in North Carolina to appear on the show. There will be an open casting call, and talent can also submit via email or postal mail.
After 10 seasons, 3 Primetime Emmy Awards, another 26 wins and 112 nominations, The WB Television Network hit series “Smallville” is ending its run by sponsoring an exciting competition for fan’s of the show a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be a guest star on one of the final season’s episodes.
Odeya Rush will co-star in the role of “Joni”
Azita Ghanizada will co-star as superhero “Rachel Myers”
Mark Stern, Executive Vice President of Original Programming, Syfy and Co-Head of Content for Universal Cable Productions announced that Syfy has given a series commitment to “Alphas”. Casting for guest stars, day players, extras and stand-ins will be ongoing throughout the show’s debut season.
Disney orders “Pack of Wolves” pilot episode
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Four time Emmy Award winner Jay Kogen and writer Jason Ward have been hired by Disney and It’s a Laugh Productions to executive produce the multi camera 1/2 Hour comedy series pilot “Pack of Wolves”. All of the series regulars are being cast and any ethnicity can submit.
Child Actor J.T. Austin will co-Executive Produce
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From the production company behind “Dirty Jobs,” “My Fair Wedding,” and “Ghost Hunters” comes a new unscripted reality television series pilot that follows a group of families in the Los Angeles area as they put their lives on hold to pursue their child’s dream of acting, singing or modeling.