Friday, September 16, 2022

Casting News - Dennis Quaid Boards 'Full Circle'; 'Feud: Capote's Women' Casts Demi Moore; Plus 2 More Updates!

Casting News - September 16, 2022

FX's Feud: Capote's Women; HBO Max's Full Circle; and Paramount+'s 1923 & Rabbit Hole.

  • Dennis Quaid has been cast as a series regular on the upcoming limited series starring Claire Danes, Zazie Beetz and Timothy Olyphant. His film credits include The Big Easy, Traffic and Far from Heaven. On television, he starred for two seasons in Crackle's The Art of More, two seasons in Sky Atlantic's Fortitude, in the third season of Amazon's Goliath and in Netflix's one-season comedy Merry Happy Whatever.
  • He will play a famous TV chef whose grandson was the target of the kidnapping.
  • Wendy Makkena has joined the cast of the upcoming drama starring Kiefer Sutherland. She previously starred in the Sister Act film franchise. She also guest starred on TNT's Rizzoli & Isles, TBS' The Last O.G. and CBS' Bull.
  • She will play Debra, a highly regarded, esteemed journalist and one of the most trusted nightly news anchors in America. When a major scoop falls in her lap, Debra is hungry for the potential ratings bonanza, but first she has some questions about how this story - and its subject - managed to reach her.
  • Robert Patrick will co-star on the upcoming drama starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren. He previously starred for two seasons in FOX's The X-Files, four seasons in CBS' The Unit, one season in HBO's True Blood, one season in El Rey's From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, four seasons in CBS' Scorpion and in the first season of HBO Max's Peacemaker.
  • He will play Sheriff William McDowell, a friend of the Dutton family.
  • Demi Moore is set as a series regular on the upcoming second installment of the anthology series. She previously starred in the films St. Elmo's Fire, Ghost, A Few Good Men and Indecent Proposal. She also starred in Peacock's one-season drama Brave New World and recurred on FOX's Empire.
  • She will play Ann Woodward, a socialite, former showgirl and radio actress who was infamously accused of murdering her husband in 1955.