Raffey Cassidy Joins Tomorrowland As Young Female Robot

By: Mack Rawden Through name changes and potentially real, potentially fake casting call plot descriptions, director Brad Bird’s upcoming Tomorrowland has remained one of the closest guarded secrets in Hollywood. Unless someone in the assembly line seriously screws up, fans likely won’t be able to unwrap the mystery in its entirety until the film hits theaters, but today, we got one more morsel to chew on. Raffey Cassidy, probably best known as … Continue reading Raffey Cassidy Joins Tomorrowland As Young Female Robot

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The Robocop Remake Adds Marianne Jean-Baptiste To The Cast

By: Eric Eisenberg Marianne Jean-Baptiste is joining the cast of RoboCop. The actress, who is best known for her Oscar-nominated work in 1997’s Secret & Lies, will play Detroit Police Chief Karen Dean in the action movie remake. The rest of the cast includes Joel Kinnaman (as the titular hero), Gary Oldman, Samuel L. Jackson, Hugh Laurie, Abbie Cornish, Jay Baruchel, Jennifer Ehle, Michael K. … Continue reading The Robocop Remake Adds Marianne Jean-Baptiste To The Cast

Hugh Laurie In Talks To Play Robocop Villain

By: Katey Rich After eight seasons as the cranky, mercurial, endlessly fascinating Dr. Gregory House on House, Hugh Laurie is finally ready for his first big Hollywood starring role, and it’s a doozy. According to Variety he’s in talks to play the villain in RoboCop, MGM’s planned remake of 1987 Paul Verhoeven classic. If the story sticks closely to the original, that would have Laurie … Continue reading Hugh Laurie In Talks To Play Robocop Villain

Monday Night TV (21 May 2012)

Now this was a good series finale. I liked the ending, it was very…House-like if that makes sense.  But I did like how they brought everyone back for the season finale and I’m really glad that he and Wilson will be able to spend their last five months together.  Bro-mances are awesome.  I liked it, it was sweet but not overly dramatic which is good.  … Continue reading Monday Night TV (21 May 2012)