It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from the front of M. Night Shyamalan's forthcoming FOX event series drama 'Wayward Pines,' but considering the performance of 'After Earth,' we were a bit understandably hesitant. Now you can check out the first photo of star Matt Dillon channeling 'Wayward Pines' 'Twin Peaks' vibe, with new intel on the series from Shyamalan himself.
Whether or not FOX truly intends for M. Night Shyamalan's forthcoming "event" series 'Wayward Pines' to last more than a season, there can be no doubting that the drama to date has amassed an impressive cast. The latest high-profile star to make the foray into TV for Shyamalan will be Juliette Lewis, but who might the 'Cape Fear' star play?
FOX's forthcoming M. Night Shyamalan limited series 'Wayward Pines' has made some significant Hollywood castings in recent weeks, and today shows no signs of slowing down. Former 'Iron Man' and 'Law & Order' star Terrence Howard has officially joined the drama in a regular role, but whom will he play?
Though not making any showing at Comic-Con 2013, 'After Earth' director M. Night Shyamalan's upcoming FOX horror thriller 'Wayward Pines' has certainly been busy gathering its cast. It recently added genre babe Carla Gugino, and today Captain America' and 'The Girl' star Toby Jones has joined the shows as a regular.
Director M. Night Shyamalan's most recent film venture, 'After Earth,' may have arguably bombed harder than 'The Last Airbender,' but we're interested to see what the genre director will bring to TV for FOX's upcoming limited series 'Wayward Pines.' After the major casting of Matt Dillon, Carla Gugino has joined the event series in a leading role, but as whom?
Along with 2014's '24: Live Another Day' and a second season of 'The Following,' FOX has continued its commitment to limited series with next year's M. Night Shyamalan-adapted thriller 'Wayward Pines,' starring Matt Dillon. Now we've learned 'The Fighter' Oscar-winner Melissa Leo will join Dillon in the eerie new series, but who will the veteran actress play?
Whether or not 'After Earth' breaks the run of bad luck M. Night Shyamalan has had at the box office these last few years, TV is proving eager to receive the one-time 'Sixth Sense' director. Apart from the previous 'Moby Dick' drama 'Lost Horizon' we'd heard about from NBC, FOX has turned to Shyamalan to develop a new longform series for the 2014 season titled 'Wayward Pines.' Might the spooky thriller be Shyamalan's comeback vehicle? New details inside!