Oh, look! It's a news story that has nothing to do with AFM. Isn't it cute? We just wanna pinch it. Two more actors have boarded M. Night Shyamalan's small screen project "Wayward Pines." Read on for details.
A few days ago we told you that Blake Crouch's Wayward (Book #2 in the series on which Fox TV's upcoming "Wayward Pines" is based) is being released September 17th, and as promised, today we have an excerpt to share.
Curious about "Wayward Pines," the star-studded TV "event" from Fox and M. Night Shyamalan? Then you'll want to check out Book #2 in its source material series, Wayward from Blake Crouch, which Thomas & Mercer is releasing on September 17th.
Only in the mysterious world of M. Night Shyamalan can a character who's dubbed as a "Professional Tweeter" possibly exist. I mean this cannot possibly be a real title, can it? Either way, read on for more "Wayward Pines" casting news.
The cast of M. Night Shyamalan's small screen foray "Wayward Pines" has grown by two as Tim Griffin ("Prime Suspect") and Charlie Tahan (Frankenweenie) have landed regular roles on the Fox event series.
The cast of M. Night Shyamalan's small screen foray "Wayward Pines" continues to grow as everyone favorite natural born killer, Juliette Lewis, has signed on to bring a bit more star power to this television affair.
And the cast of M. Night Shyamalan's small screen foray "Wayward Pines" continues to grow as yet another actor is trusting Mr. Twist to actually make something good instead of the usual drivel he's been turning out.
The one thing M. Night Shyamalan does right with his projects is that he populates his world with pretty damned good actors. Of course his end results leave a lot to be desired, but hey, you can't have everything, right?
More casting news has come in for M. Night Shyamalan's small screen endeavor, "Wayward Pines," as Terrence Howard has signed on to play a small-town sheriff. Read on for more.
More casting news has come in for M. Night Shyamalan's small screen endeavor, "Wayward Pines," as Toby Jones has signed on to play Dr. Jenkins, a charismatic and mysterious psychiatrist.
More casting news has come in for M. Night Shyamalan's small screen endeavor, "Wayward Pines," as Carla Gugino has signed on to play Kate Hewson, a former love interest of Matt Dillon‘s Secret Service agent Ethan Burke.
While we're still laughing about how far the people behind After Earth are going to not put M. Night Shyamalan's name on their film, the first cast members have been announced for his small screen endeavor, "Wayward Pines."
After several theatrical flops (seriously, what happened to this guy?), Hollywood's former "It" guy is now looking toward bringing his unique visions to the small screen for Fox. Read on for the latest free of any red herrings along the way.