Quick News: See, Terror, Arkansas, Knives, Daredevil

Quick News See Terror Arkansas Knives Daredevil

Christian Camargo (“Penny Dreadful,” “Dexter”) and Hera Hilmar (“DaVinci’s Demons”) have scored series regular roles opposite Jason Momoa in Apple’s original drama series “See”. The epic, world-building drama set in the future hails from “Peaky Blinders” creator Steven Knight and “Red Sparrow” director Francis Lawrence.

Camargo will play Tamacti Jun, the head of Queen Kane’’ (Sylvia Hoeks) army. Hilmar is Maghra, a determined mother. Alfre Woodard, Yadira Guevara-Prip, Nesta Cooper and Archie Madekwe also star. [Source: Deadline]

The Terror
Josef Kubota Wladyka (“Narcos,” “Outcast”) has been set to direct the ten-part second season of AMC’s historical horror anthology series “The Terror”. The second season will take place during World War II, in a Japanese-American internment camp haunted by an uncanny specter, and won’t be based on a novel like the first one was. The new season will air in 2019. [Source: AMC]

Liam Hemsworth and Vince Vaughn are set to star in Clark Duke’s feature directorial debut “Arkansas”. Patrick Hibler, Jeff Rice and Martin Sprock produce the film which Duke also wrote and shooting begins this week in Alabama.

Hemsworth and Duke play a pair of low level drug runners in the Dixie Mafia who live by the orders of an Arkansas-based drug kingpin (Vaughn) whom they’ve never met. But when a deal goes horribly wrong, deadly consequences ensue. [Source: Variety]

Knives Out
Ana de Armas (“Blade Runner 2049”) will be join Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Michael Shannon and Lakeith Stanfield in Rian Johnson’s modern-day whodunit murder mystery “Knives Out” which will begin filming next month. Johnson will make “Knives Out” before he directs a new trilogy in the “Star Wars” universe and before Craig gets to work on his final James Bond film. Shooting begins in November. [Source: Deadline]

Peter Halpin (“Angela’s Ashes”) has been cast as Theo Nelson, the genial and affable younger brother of attorney Foggy Nelson in Marvel’s “Daredevil” on Netflix. The character has worked his whole life with at his parents’ local business in the series which kicks off its third season tomorrow. [Source: Deadline]