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Hailee Steinfeld To Lead Disney+ ‘Hawkeye’ Series | TV News

  Disney+’s Marvel shows continue to come together. Per Variety, Hailee Steinfeld has been offered the lead role in Marvel’s upcoming Hawkeye series. If accepted, she will play the protege of Jeremy Renner‘s titular character, Kate Bishop.   In the comics, Bishop takes up the Hawkeye mantle after Clint Barton and becomes part of a group known as the Young[…]

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Jenna Coleman Joins BBC And Netflix Drama ‘The Serpent’ | TV News

  Doctor Who and Victoria star Jenna Coleman is set to play a serial killer’s accomplice in the upcoming BBC One and Netflix drama The Serpent. The actress will join the previously announced Tahar Rahim, Ellie Bamber and Billy Howle.   The series will follow the real-life story of Charles Sobhraj, the main suspect in the mysterious murders of Western[…]

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Patty Jenkins Signs Overall TV Deal With Netflix | TV News

  Patty Jenkins is the latest big name to hop on board the Netflix train. The Wonder Woman director has signed an overall TV deal with the streaming giant. It’s a multi-year pact worth around $10 million that will see her create, develop and produce new series.   While she’s best known as a feature filmmaker, Jenkins has plenty of[…]

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Amazon’s ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Series Casts Will Poulter In Unknown Lead Role | TV News

  Will Poulter has successfully made the jump from TV to film, going from British sketch comedy to often playing despicable villains in Hollywood. Now, he’s making the jump back to TV with arguably the biggest role of his career. He’s been cast as one of the leads in Amazon’s upcoming Lord Of The Rings series.   He joins Australian[…]

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Rylan-Clark Neal To Present ‘Ready Steady Cook’ Reboot | TV News

  Rylan Clark-Neal is set to host a reboot of Ready Steady Cook.   The daytime cooking show originally ran for 21 series and was hosted by Fern Britton from 1994 until 2000, and by Ainsley Harriott, who appeared in over 1000 episodes before the show was axed in 2010.   BBC One’s new version will tackle issues such as[…]

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