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The original trilogy had Orlando Bloom, the fourth film had Sam Claflin, now Disney is on the hunt for a young male secondary lead to play opposite Johnny Depp's Captain Jack Sparrow in the upcoming "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales".
The character of Henry is the role that requires a young male lead with Deadline reporting that five names are currently in the mix - Brenton Thwaites ("The Giver"), Ansel Elgort ("The Fault In Their Stars"), Taron Egerton ("Kingsman: The Secret Service"), George Mackay ("Pride"), and Sam Keeley ("This Must Be the Place").
Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg are directing the movie whic is due in cinemas on July 7th 2017 and will shoot in Queensland, Australia next year.
Bruce Willis and Bill Murray are amongst several actors set to make an appearance in "Magic City," a film continuation of Starz' cancelled series. Set in 1959 just after the Cuban revolution, the story follows a Miami hotel owner (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) forced to make a deal with a mobster (Danny Huston).
Mitch Glazer created the series, which was cancelled last year, and will direct the movie.
Ra's al Ghul has had various interpretations over the years, from David Warner's gentlemanly strategist in the animated Batman series to Liam Neeson's more personal philosophy driven interpretation in "Batman Begins".
On Wednesday night The CW's "Arrow" introduced its version, played by former Australian football player turned acclaimed actor Matt Nable.
With DVR numbers now more important than ever to networks, it means this year's list of casualties from the Fall TV season launch has been slightly delayed as new shows are given some extra time to find an audience.
That breathing room is now gone and the axe has finally begun swinging in earnest with word today that NBC has cancelled its comedies "Bad Judge" and "A to Z".