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Timothy Olyphant Joins Steven Soderbergh, Ed Solomon’s HBO Max Series ‘Full Circle’
Joe Otterson TV Reporter Timothy Olyphant is set to star in the upcoming HBO Max series “Full Circle” from Steven Soderbergh and Ed Solomon, Variety has learned. Olyphant is the latest addition to the cast of the six-episode series alongside previously announced cast members Zazie Beetz and Claire Danes. The official logline for the show reads, “An investigation into a botched kidnapping uncovers long-held secrets connecting multiple characters and cultures in present day New York City.” Character details are currently being kept under wraps. Olyphant recently wrapped filming on “Justified: City Primeval,” in which he revived the character of U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens whom he played for six seasons on the FX series “Justified.” Olyphant’s other TV credits include the Disney+ “Star Wars” shows “The Mandalorian” and “The Book of Boba Fett,” as well as “Fargo” at FX and “Santa Clarita Diet” at Netflix. He is also known for his role in the HBO series “Deadwood,” which was revived as an HBO film in 2019. He has starred in films such as “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” “Live Free or Die Hard,” “The Crazies,” and “The Girl Next Door.”
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Who are Tom Hanks' children? From family 'black sheep' to following in famous footsteps
Tom Hanks has been married to Rita Wilson for 34 years and together they have two children, with two more coming from the actor’s previous marriage to the late Samantha Lewes.The power couple’s kids have each found success in their own right, with one even following his father’s footsteps in Hollywood.Not all of them have walked such a smooth path though, as another of Tom’s sons is a self-confessed ‘black sheep’ of the Hanks family.Tom himself is still one of the biggest A-listers in cinema history and now his latest film has premiered on Disney+.He is starring in a new interpretation of Pinocchio, which has come exclusively to the streaming platform.As such, there isn’t a major red-carpet premiere, which Tom usually attends with his family.Each of them is busy with their own pursuits and here is everything you need to know about his kids.The eldest son of the Hanks brood, he is the child of the late Samantha Lewes, giving him his full name Colin Lewes Hanks.Born in 1977 in California, he initially went to Chapman University, but made the decision to drop out and pursue acting full time.It has definitely proven to be a good decision for him, as he has since starred in countless films and TV shows.He found early success when he joined the cast of Roswell in 1999 and remained in the series for two seasons.In 2001, he appeared in the hit HBO series Band of Brothers, which was co-produced by his dad, Tom.His first blockbuster came in 2005 when he starred in Peter Jackson’s King Kong, alongside Jack Black and Adrien Brody.In 2008, he joined the cast of Mad Men as Father John Gill, appearing in three episodes in a crucial role.He also starred in The Good Guys, Dexter and Burning Love before joining the cast of the Fargo TV
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‘Stranger Things’ star Joe Keery joins the cast for upcoming fifth season of ‘Fargo’
Stranger Things star Joe Keery has joined the cast of the upcoming fifth season of Fargo. Keery — who portrays Steve Harrington on Netflix‘s Stranger Things — will join the FX anthology series alongside fellow new additions Lamorne Morris and Richa Moorjani, who are known for their roles in New Girl and Never Have I Ever respectively.Together, the trio join previously announced cast members Juno Temple, Jon Hamm and Jennifer Jason Leigh. True to its anthology form, Fargo’s fifth instalment enlists a new ensemble, this time telling the story of a 2019 kidnapping set somewhere in America’s Midwest.While an official premiere date for the upcoming season is yet to be announced, it has been confirmed that series creator Noah Hawley will return to Fargo as an executive producer, alongside additional producer credits for the Coen Brothers – who directed the original 1996 Fargo film upon which the series is based.Specific plot details for Fargo’s fifth season remain relatively sparse, but FX chairman ​​John Landgraf last week revealed to The Hollywood Reporterthat the new instalment is “particularly comedic this year.”“It’s always a balance between how dramatic versus comedic it is, and this is the more comedic end of the spectrum.
Ryan Reynolds - Jon Hamm - Camila Morrone - Joe Keery - Jessie Buckley - Chris Rock - Kirsten Dunst - Juno Temple - Noah Hawley - Warren Littlefield - Steve Harrington - Steve Stark - Joe Keery, Lamorne Morris, Richa Moorjani Join ‘Fargo’ Season 5 - - city Fargo
Joe Keery, Lamorne Morris, Richa Moorjani Join ‘Fargo’ Season 5
previously announced new cast members Juno Temple, Jon Hamm and Jennifer Jason Leigh.Keery will play “Gator Tillman,” while Morris will portray “Witt Farr” and Moorjani is “Indira Olmstead.” Further details on their roles were not made available.From creator and executive producer Noah Hawley, the MGM Television and FX production inspired by the 1996 film of the same name is an anthology crime drama that follows its leads as they become involved with various Midwestern murders, some of which may be connected in surprising ways. Executive producers are Warren Littlefield, the Coen Brothers, Steve Stark of Toluca Pictures, Kim Todd and Vincent Landay.Season 5’s logline is as follows: “‘Fargo’ has traveled through decades, cities and families, and the fifth installment will be no different: Set in 2019, when is a kidnapping not a kidnapping, and what if your wife isn’t yours?”The critically acclaimed series, which has previously featured Billy Bob Thornton, Chris Rock, Kirsten Dunst and Jessie Buckley, has garnered six Emmys, including one for Outstanding Miniseries upon its debut in 2014.Last year, ahead of the show’s eventual Season 5 renewal, Hawley said he would want the series to end after this installment.