iZombie is making another cast change to its original pilot episode.
According to EW, Switched at Birth actress Molly Hagan has joined as Eva Moore, mother to Rose McIver’s Liv.
Eva is reportedly “a hospital administrator and overbearing mother who watches her ambitious daughter become a zombiefied couch potato who breaks off her engagement to every mom’s dream son-in-law.”
Actress Nora Dunn originally played Eva in the pilot. The change comes after the network also recast the role of Liv’s BFF Peyton with Aly Michalka.
iZombie is set to premiere midseason on The CW.
The Flash just got added another epic villain!
According to EW, actor Greg Finley has joined the show as Tony Woodward, a.k.a. Girder, who can “transform his skin into living metal.” He is set to appear in the sixth and seventh episodes.
The site also reports, “The Flash (Grant Gustin) tries to stop Tony when he goes on a crime spree, but this is not the first time Barry Allen has faced Tony—Tony was the bully who used to torment him as a child.”
Greg is probably best known for his roles on Star-Crossed and The Secret Life of an American Teenager.
Mark your calendar – The Flash premieres on Tuesday, October 7 @ 8PM ET on The CW!
Bailee Madison just keeps racking up the roles.
TVLine reports that the 14-year-old actress will guest star on an episode on Fox’s new comedy, Mulaney, this fall.
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Bailee will play Ruby, the daughter of Julia, a woman Mulaney (John Mulaney) is dating. The snag? Mulaney wants out of the relationship, but he can’t bring himself to dump Julia because it would mean giving up his friendship with Ruby.
“Best Tv Bestie EVER. . @mulaney !!! SO EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!!!” Bailee tweeted about the news.
Twisted may be gone forever, but we’re already getting a mini-reunion!
According to Deadline, Kylie Bunbury has just been cast in Spike TV’s six-hour event series Tut, alongside her former co-star Avan Jogia!
Avan will star opposite Ben Kingsley, who stars as Ay, the grand vizier to King Tutankhamun, who wields tremendous power and influence as the top adviser to the young Egyptian ruler.
Tut will be filmed entirely on location in Morocco and Canada in the fall for a 2015 debut.
Derek Hough is hanging up his dancing shoes for a hot second.
According to Deadline, the 29-year-old actor and pro dancer has landed a role on ABC’s Nashville, in a multi-episode arc in the upcoming third season.
Derek will play Noah West, a “a beguiling and disarming movie star who will cross paths with the players of Nashville’s music realm for the first time when he’s tapped for a leading role in the biopic of a famous country singer.”
In case you missed the news, Derek is also returning for the 19th season of Dancing the Stars!
Nashville‘s third season premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 24 @ 10/9c on ABC. Congrats, Derek!
Sophie Turner has been cast in a new movie!
According to Deadline, the 18-year-old Game of Thrones actress will star in Mary Shelley’s Monster in the title role, opposite Jeremy Irvine as Percy Shelley.
The film follows the young “Frankenstein” author “as she writes her seminal novel and is drawn into a Faustian bargain with her own ‘monster’ of an alter ego, who offers literary fame at a desperate personal cost.”
Taissa Farmiga is reportedly in talks to join the cast as well.
Congrats on the new gig, Sophie!
Maika Monroe is lovely in while as she attends a screening of her new movie The Guest during Sundance NEXT FEST held at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Sunday (August 10) in Los Angeles.
It was just announced that the 21-year-old actress has been cast as Ringer in the upcoming film “The Fifth Wave,” based on Rick Yancey‘s bestselling YA novel.
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“Attention #5thWaveMovie fans! @MaikaMonroe will play the tough & talented Ringer! Follow @5thWave for more movie info,” the movie’s official account tweeted.
Also starring Chloe Moretz and Nick Robinson, the film is about 16-year-old Cassie Sullivan, who tries to survive in a world devastated by the waves of an alien invasion that has already decimated the population and knocked mankind back to the Stone Age.
The Fifth Wave is set to hit theaters on January 19, 2016!