Dylan Neal has joined the cast of Fifty Shades of Grey, Deadline.com reports.
Neal, who currently co-stars on The CW's Arrow as Dr. Ivo, will play...
Marcia Gay Harden
Marcia Gay Harden has joined the cast of Fifty Shades of Grey, Variety reports.
Harden, who currently stars on ABC's Trophy Wife, will play...
Singer Rita Ora has joined the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Ora, 23, will play Christian Grey's...
Max Martini has joined the cast of Fifty Shades of Grey, Deadline.com reports.
The Revenge alum will play...
Fifty Shades of Grey cover
Fifty Shades of Grey will now be the ultimate Valentine's Day treat: The film adaptation has been pushed back to a Feb. 13, 2015, release date, The Wrap reports.
Once Upon a Time alum cast as new Christian Grey in Fifty Shades of Grey
Looks like Dakota Johnson won't be dropping out of Fifty Shades of Grey.
The 24-year-old actress was spotted with...
Jamie Dornan, who played the huntsman Sheriff Graham on Once Upon a Time, has been cast as Christian Grey in the upcoming film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Dornan, 31, replaces Sons of Anarchy's Charlie Hunnam, who dropped out of...
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"Maybe a movie" would have been a better option after all for continuing the gloriously twisted saga of the beloved cult comedy classic Arrested Development. Those famous last words, spoken by executive producer/narrator Ron Howard in a cameo in the 2006 series finale on Fox, continue to haunt the show's sprawling and rarely satisfying 15-episode reboot on Netflix.
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Once Upon a Time is heading back to the past!
On Sunday's episode, the ABC fantasy drama will flash back to the first week of the evil curse went into effect and ripped our favorite fairy tale characters from their world and sent them to Storybrooke. What will we learn from the past? And what's in store for the future? The cast dishes on what's ahead:
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Regina's happily ever after: Though it's an evil curse...