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Robert De Niro has signed on to star in HBO's Criminal Justice, taking on the role that would've been played by James Gandolfini, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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HBO has given a pilot order to Criminal Justice, a new crime drama starring James Gandolfini, Deadline reports.
Criminal Justice, based on a 2008 BBC series of the same name, tells the stories of people who have been accused of murder, according to the report. Gandolfini (The Sopranos) will play Jack Stone, a jailhouse lawyer tasked with representing a Pakistani-American man who has been charged with a woman's murder. The actor will also executive-produce the series.
The Artist came away as the big winner at the Critic' Choice Movie Awards, taking home the trophy for Best Picture, Director, Costume Design and Score.
"I don't like to speak so much," director Michel Hazanavicius said upon accepting his award Thursday night. "There are so many beautiful people here. I have to force myself not to ask for autographs."
Jason Segel is taking a trip to the '80s for an upcoming film, Undercover Cop.
Although the plot is under wraps, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the comedy is based on the true story of a former cop that infiltrated the New Jersey criminal underworld in the era of "feathered hair and zipper jackets."