Wondering just where the hell Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean R. Koontz book Odd Thomas has been? Honestly, we all but forgot about it, but THR just gave us a grim reminder of reality.
Curtis James Jackson III, better known to his fans across the globe as rapper 50 Cent, has joined the cast of Stephen Sommers' Odd Thomas adaptation in the role of blind deejay Shamus Cocobolo.
And the cast of Stephen Sommers' Odd Thomas adaptation continues to grow with the addition of former "Undercovers" star Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Viola, a waitress who raises two young girls after their junkie mother dies.
Amidst a crowded sea of stars circling the Odd Thomas project including Willem Dafoe, Nico Tortorella, Emma Roberts, and even Tim Robbins, only one man has the gumption to just sign on ... comedian Patton Oswalt.
Hot off his stint in Scream 4, emerging star Nico Tortorella (pictured) and his insanely high hair look to be circling yet another odd little project as the main bad guy. Read on for details.
And yet more potential casting news has come in for the upcoming Stephen Sommers adaptation of Dean R. Koontz's Odd Thomas, this time in the form of Willem Dafoe, who's in talks to portray the local police chief in the tale.
And the circle of talent who have their eyes set on nabbing a role for the upcoming Stephen Sommers adaptation of Dean R. Koontz's Odd Thomas has grown bigger by one. One very pretty one.