Just yesterday we heard the news that FX's forthcoming vampire series adaptation of Guillermo del Toro's 2009 novel 'The Strain' had cast its female lead in 'Alias' alum Mia Maestro, and today FX continues to round out the cast. 'Titanic's Jonathan Hyde' and 'Inglorious Basterds' star Richard Sammel are the latest to join FX's buzzy 'Strain,' but what roles will the actors play?
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A few weeks ago we finally started seeing progress on FX's adaptation of Guillermo del Toro vampire novel trilogy 'The Strain,' with the casting of 'House of Cards' breakout star Corey Stoll as the show's lead. Now, the production reports that 'Alias' alum Mia Maestro will join Stoll as the female lead of the series, but how close are we to seeing 'The Strain' finally get off the ground? Get the latest update on the series inside!
We heard the first major piece of news to come from FX's Guillermo del Toro adaptation of vampire novel series 'The Strain' the other day, namely that 'House of Cards' breakout Corey Stoll would take the leading role. Now, as the series moves closer to pilot production, former 'LOST' showrunner Carlton Cuse has cast his first island alum, tasking Kevin Durand (Martin Keamy!) with a major new role. Get a taste of 'The Strain' inside!
Just yesterday we were wondering what had become of FX's Guillermo del Toro-helmed pilot 'The Strain,' after HBO announced their own del Toro project 'Monster,' and now we have our answer. 'House of Cards' breakout Corey Stoll has been tapped as the lead in the project, but will the vampire series move forward beyond its pilot order? Hear what FX has to say about a live-action 'The Strain' inside!
Man, with elements like that in the title, what more do you need to know? Oh, alright. With TV ever more the burgeoning medium these days, more and more prolific film names are getting into the development game. Guillermo del Toro has certainly had his hands in a few TV pots, everything from the delayed 'Hulk' series to a new HBO venture, but could a new vampire series at FX with 'LOST' executive producer Carlton Cuse be the next big thing? Get ready for a wildfire spread when 'The Strain' trilogy hits the tube!