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  1. Frozen’s Prince Hans Will Appear in Once Upon a Time, Here’s Who Should Play Him

    Be prepared to finish some sandwiches.

    We already have Elsa, Anna, and Kristoff, so it was only a matter of time before it was announced that Hans would be making the trip to Storybrooke as well. The "well-bred prince with a chip on his shoulder" will join Georgina Haig, Elizabeth Lail, and Scott Michael Foster in the next season of OUAT. But who should play him? Quick, let's speculate wildly!

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  2. Johnny Knoxville to Voice Leonardo in Ninja Turtles, News About the Movie Continues to Sound Like a Cruel Joke

    "What's the plan, Leo?" "Ride shopping carts and then get someone to eat something gross?"

    The guys who wore the motion capture suits for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are getting Darth Vadered out (seriously, they're getting both someone else digitally reinserted over them and their voices replaced) in favor of Johnny Knoxville as Leonardo and Tony Shalhoub as Splinter, apparently.

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  3. Patton Oswalt Will Guest Star on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

    Guess I'm going to start watching SHIELD again.

    Despite having an entire comic book universe (which there's usually a conspicuous lack of) to draw on for its nerd-cred, Agents of SHIELD is going straight to the source by having Patton Oswalt guest star on the show. He'll be taking on the role of agent Eric Koenig and likely hugely disappointing everyone by not becoming a series regular.

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  4. Meet Your Fantastic Four Cast for the New Reboot, We Don’t Look Forward to Your Complaints About Them

    Can you please at least for a trailer or something before complaining about casting news?

    Last night Variety dropped the big casting news for the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. So who's donning blue spandex for the new movie? Kate Mara, Miles Teller, Jamie Bell, and Michael B. Jordan are your team.

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  5. Gal Gadot Shows Off Her Guns, Could Probably Take You, So Let’s All Shut Up About Her Not Being Tough Enough, K?

    Do you have your tickets for the gun show?

    Remember when Gal Gadot was announced as Wonder Woman, and a bunch of jerks whined about her not being tough enough to play the part despite having been an actual soldier in the Israeli Army? Well she's been hitting the gym--a lot--and she showed off her progress on Facebook.

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  6. Place Your Bets! Folks Are Already Betting on Next Actor to Play James Bond

    What are the odds of them casting Harrison Ford? That's right. 3,720 to 1.

    Relax, Daniel Craig fans. You haven't missed something. Despite some off-again/on-again rumors that Craig is leaving the franchise, it doesn't look like he's going anywhere for at least two more movies. He's got to go sometime, though, right? In fact, betting's already open on who will fill his tuxedo when he does.

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  7. DC Women Kicking Ass Takes a Surprising Stance on Wonder Woman Casting News

    We're not mad. We're just disappointed.

    The news that actress Gal Gadot will be playing Wonder Women in Man of Steel 2 is just hours old, and already the Internet has expressed strong opinions about it. One of the most surprising reactions came from the Twitter account for the DC Women Kicking Ass blog, which has equated past experience with acting ability.

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  8. We’re Very Sorry If You Look Like Hitler, But That Might Be Able to Land You an Acting Job

    The mini-series is also casting for Churchill and Roosevelt, but their facial hair isn't a weird hipster trend right now.

    Calling all boys from Brazil: Get ready to see your name up in lights, because a new mini-series about World War II has issued a casting call for the part your were born to play. That's right -- the makers of a six-hour docudrama are casting (non-union, they are sure to mention) actors for the parts of Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Adolf Hitler. Because you just can't stage WWII without a serviceable Hitler. Everyone knows that.

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  9. Star Wars: Episode VII to Cast Super Attractive People, World in Shock

    A variety of tough-looking men and two hot teenage girls, to be specific.

    The casting breakdown for Star Wars: Episode VII has been leaked, and it has one clear focus: Let's make these space dudes hot. In a shocking and unprecedented move by J.J. Abrams, it seems the classic universe will be repopulated with a crew of attractive young people. Also, yes, that is sarcasm.

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  10. Inglourious Basterds’ Lt. Archie Hicox is Magneto in X-Men: First Class

    X-Men: First Class has reeled in someone exceptional: Showbiz 411 reports that Michael Fassbender, perhaps better known as the German-speaking British Lieutenant Archie Hicox from Inglourious Basterds and Spartan warrior Stēlios (You remember: "Then we will fight in the shade.") from 300, has officially signed on to play Erik Lensherr a.k.a. the mutant supervillain Magneto in Matthew Vaughn's upcoming origin film story. Fassbender's presence was already a welcome sight in those two films, but if you've seen his performance in the 2008 Irish film Hunger, in which he plays IRA hunger strike leader Bobby Sands, you'll know just how good he is, and what exciting news this is for the X-Men film.

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