Some casting news has surfaced over the last couple of days.
First up, MTV’s adaptation of Wes Craven’s Scream has found much of it’s cast.
Willa Fitzgerald (Alpha House, Royal Pains) as Emma, a shy intelligent beauty.
Amy Forsyth (Defiance) as Audrey, Emma’s former friend.
John Karna (Bindlestiffs) will play (the prerequisite in every modern show now) computer geek Noah.
Carlson Young (True Blood) portrays (the also prerequisite in every female driven cast series) mean girl Brooke.
Relative acting newcomer/male model Amadeus Serafini will play Kieran, the dark mysterious kid at school.
The JJ Abrams and Jonathon Nolan HBO collaboration Westworld has found some cast-mates for Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Woods.
Jeffrey Wright (Boardwalk Empire, the Hunger Games) as Bernard Lowe, head of programming for the robotic theme park.
Shannon Woodward (Raising Hope, The Riches) as Elsie King, who also works in programming at the park.
Simon Quarterman (Holby City) as Lee Sizemore, the writer and narrative director of the theme park.
Rodrigo Santoro (Lost, 300) as Harlan Bell, a robot bandit in the western themed world.
Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (Hansel and Gretel) as Armistice, another outlaw at Westworld.
Angela Sarafyan (Paranoia) as Clementine Pennyfeather, a popular “attraction”.
David Cubitt (Bates Motel, Medium) has joined the cast of Arrow as Mark Shaw, who will take on the title of Manhunter.
Kyle MacLachlan (Twin Peaks) will be playing the mysterious father of Skye in ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Lastly, The Wrap reports that Vince Vaughn (Wedding Crashers), Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men), and Michelle Forbes (The Killing) are possible cast members for season 2 of HBO’s crime anthology series True Detective.