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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 15th April 2016 *Updated*

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  • 03:15 - When We Rise - Rafael de la Fuente Joins ABC's LGBT Rights Miniseries
    Rafael de la Fuente (Empire) has joined the cast of When We Rise, ABC’s eight-hour miniseries about the gay rights movement, written/executive produced by Dustin Lance Black and Bruce Cohen. The mini chronicles the personal and political struggles, setbacks and triumphs of a diverse family of men and women who helped pioneer one of the last legs of the U.S. Civil Rights struggle. De la Fuente will play Ricardo, who ends up in a long-term relationship with Cleve. De la Fuente most recently played Michael Sanchez on Fox’s hit series Empire. He’s repped by Latin World Entertainment and Abrams Artists Agency.

  • 03:15 - The Man in the High Castle - Season 2 - Callum Keith Rennie Joins Cast as a Series Regular
    Callum Keith Rennie (Into the Forest) has booked a series regular role on the second season of Amazon’s original drama series The Man in the High Castle. Based on Philip K. Dick’s alt-history novel, the series depicts a divided and drab 1962 America in which the Nazis rule the East and Midwest and Imperial Japan reigns over the Western states, with a neutral zone between them.

    Rennie will play Gary Connell, leader of the West Coast Resistance movement. A former convict, he is now in charge of the sometimes violent counter assaults against the Pacific States and the Reich of the West Coast. Rennie just wrapped Goon 2 opposite Liev Schrieber, and also appears in Into The Forest, Born To Be Blue and Legendary’s upcoming World of Warcraft. He also was a series regular in Californication.

  • 02:35 - MOVIES: Jumanji Reboot - Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart in Early Talks to Star
    Sony is getting closer to rebooting a Robin Williams classic with two of the busiest actors in town.

    Sources tell Variety Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart are in early talks to star in Sony’s “Jumanji,” a new adaptation of Chris Van Allsburg’s original 1981 adventure book.

    Schedules are still being worked out, as both Johnson and Hart have heavy production loads ahead, but insiders say things are moving toward a deal.

    Johnson has an opening this fall with his New Line pic “Rampage” possibly shifting to 2017. The plan would be to shoot “Jumanji” before the third season of his HBO series “Ballers.” Johnson will also shoot “Fast 8” this summer, reprising his role of Agent Hobbs.

    Hart is expected to shoot “The Intouchables” remake for Weinstein this summer opposite Bryan Cranston, and according to sources, working out this part of the schedule could prove difficult.

    The pair showed great chemistry after co-hosting the MTV Movie Awards, and with anticipation high for their upcoming New Line action comedy “Central Intelligence,” Sony sees this as the perfect opportunity to pair the two up again for a tentpole.

  • 00:25 - Devious Maids - Season 4 - Christopher J. Hanke to Recur
    Christopher J. Hanke is set for a recurring role on Lifetime’s soapy mystery drama series Devious Maids. Hanke will play Fabian, Genevieve’s (Susan Lucci) new hair stylist and confidante who gives her a mysterious book that he insists will change her life. Hanke also recurs on Bravo’s Odd Mom Out. He previously was a regular on Three Rivers and recurred on Big Love. On Broadway, Hanke appeared in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, Cry Baby, Rent and In My Life. He’s repped by APA and Untitled.

  • 00:25 - Mistresses - Season 4 - Ella Thomas to Recur
    Ella Thomas (Ballers) has booked a major recurring role on Season 4 of ABC’s summer series Mistresses. Thomas will play Jackie, a fitness instructor who befriends Joss (Jes Macallan). Based on the UK series, Mistresses is executive-produced by Rina Mimoun, KJ Steinberg, Robert Sertner and Douglas Rae. Thomas recently wrapped recurring roles on Ballers and NCIS: Los Angeles and will next be seen opposite Zoe Saldana and David Oyelowo in feature Nina.

  • 00:20 - Happy City - FX Developing Comedy from Extremely Decent Troupe & Dan Harmon
    FX has put in development Happy City, a half-hour project from comedy group Extremely Decent, Community and Rick and Morty creator Dan Harmon and his Starburns Industries.

    Described as Thomas the Tank Engine or Theodore the Tugboat for adults, Happy City follows a young taxi named Tyler and his millennial friends (a firetruck and a helicopter) as they navigate their way through life in the big city. The world of the series will be reminiscent of the model-based visual style of children’s shows such as Thomas the Tank Engine, using models with animated faces to comedically explore adult themes such as broken relationships, workplace struggles, and existential crises.

  • 22:15 - Crowded - Episode 1.08 - Given To Fly / Episode 1.09 - Unemployable - Promotional Photos
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    Episode 1.09

  • 02:15 - Chance - Ethan Suplee Joins Hulu Drama Series
    My Name Is Earl alum Ethan Suplee has booked a series regular role opposite Hugh Laurie in Hulu’s drama series Chance. The project is from author Kem Nunn, Room director Lenny Abrahamson, showrunner Alexandra Cunningham, producer Michael London and Fox 21 TV Studios.

    Based on Nunn’s novel, Chance is described as a provocative psychological thriller that focuses on Eldon Chance (Laurie), a San Francisco-based forensic neuro-psychiatrist who reluctantly gets sucked into a violent and dangerous world of mistaken identity, police corruption and mental illness. Suplee will play D, a powerfully built, tattooed man of few words. To the extent he talks about his background, we gather he is ex-military and served in Afghanistan. These days he works under the radar doing antiques restoration. Gretchen Mol, LisaGay Hamilton, Paul Adelstein, Stefania LaVie Owen also star.

  • 01:20 - Once Upon a Time - Episode 5.19 - Sisters - First Look at Young Zelena

  • 00:40 - The Expanse - Season 2 - Frankie Adams Cast as a Series Regular
    New Zealand actress Frankie Adams (Shortland Street) has landed the series regular role of Bobbie Draper in Season 2 of Syfy’s space drama series The Expanse.

    Powerful in both stature and personality, Bobbie Draper followed in her father’s footsteps, enlisting in the Martian Marine Corps at an early age. A born solider, she quickly rose to the rank of Gunnery Sargent, commanding a group of elite troops. When a surprise attack on her squad puts in her in the middle of the growing conflict between Earth and Mars, Bobbie, a fierce nationalist, is forced to question her loyalties and make new, surprising alliances.

    Set 200 years in the future, The Expanse, based on the bestselling book series, follows the case of a missing young woman that brings a hardened detective (Thomas Jane) and a rogue ship’s captain (Steven Strait) together in a race across the solar system that will expose the greatest conspiracy in human history.

    Adams’ breakout role came at the age of 16 in New Zealand’s top medical series Shortland Street. Her most recent credits include Australian TV series Wentworth, and New Zealand Film Commission feature 1000 Ropes.

  • 00:15 - 2 Broke Girls - Episode 5.21 - And the Ten Inches - Promotional Photos

  • 22:00 - MOVIES: Kingsman: The Golden Circle - Channing Tatum Joins Cast

  • 22:00 - MOVIES: James Cameron Announces 4 Avatar Sequels & their Christmas Release Dates
    Good news for Sam Worthington! At 20th Century Fox’s CinemaCon presentation Thursday, director James Cameron took the stage to announce that his vision for the Avatar franchise has expanded further. “We’ve begun to bump up against the limitations of our art form,” said Cameron. “There’s just too much story.”

    And so: There will be four Avatar sequels. You should be suspicious of any promises about release dates, but Cameron outlined a Christmas release schedule for the films: Avatar 2 in Christmas 2018; Avatar 3 in Christmas 2020; Avatar 4 in Christmas 2022; and Avatar 5 in Christmas 2023. “Each one of which stands alone,” Cameron promised, “but which together form a complete saga.”

  • 22:00 - MOVIES: Ghost in the Shell - First Look Photo of Scarlett Johansson

    Paramount and Dreamworks Pictures today released the first look image of Scarlett Johansson in Rupert Sanders’ Ghost in the Shell and she’s all moody purpose and dark-haired intent. No surprise, maybe, given that the story follows a female special ops cyborg (Johansson) who leads a fictional counter-cyberterrorist organization called Public Security Section 9 for Hanka Robotics. The unit is devoted to stopping the most dangerous criminals and extremists, who will stop at nothing to destroy Hanka’s advancements in cyber technology. Johansson’s Lucy co-star Pilou Asbæk is also on-board to co-star.

    The film is currently shooting in New Zealand. Paramount will release it domestically on March 31, 2017.

  • 22:00 - Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life - Episode 1.10 - How to Survive Your Parents' Visit - Promotional Photos