Ronald D. Moore's upcoming Sci-Fi project, 17th Precinct is shaping up. On the heels of http://movieweb.com/james-callis-and-tricia-helfer-reunite-for-ron-moores-17th-precinct/the news which recently announced that Moore would be reuniting Battlestar Galactica alumni Tricia Helfer and James Callis, comes today's announcement that Kristin Kreuk (of Smallville fame) will be joining the cast.
Kristin Kreuk will guest-star in the pilot as Susan Longstreet, the wife of Jamie Bamber's crime scene expert. Should the NBC pick up the series, the role has the potential to go recurring.Read More
Ronald D. Moore, the man responsible for bringing back Battlestar Galactica, is working on a new NBC pilot for the fall season titled 17th Precinct. The series will reunite three Battlestar Galactica alumni with James Callis, Jamie Bamber, and Tricia Helfer all coming aboard the show.
17th Precinct is a supernatural-tinged police procedural, with James Callis playing a homicide detective and Jamie Bamber playing a crime scene expert. Tricia Helfer will play a coroner who has expertise in black magic, spell casting, and potions. The police in the series will relay more so on magic than they will on detective work and technology.Read More
CBS is gearing up to remake yet another one of its classic TV series with The Wild Wild West. Deadline reports that the network is negotiating a deal to revive the Western action-drama.
Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore and former CSI: Crime Scene Investigation showrunner Naren Shankar will write and executive produce the pilot, which centers on two Secret Service agents investigating federal crimes after the Civil War.Read More
Walt Disney Pictures is not just turning one theme park attraction into a movie for its next family outing. It's turning all of Disneyland into a fantastical new adventure with a big screen project entitled Magic Kingdom.
Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore wrote the original script for Magic Kingdom based on his own pitch to Disney, with a story set entirely inside Disneyland. However, Disney is now looking to develop the movie even further, seeking out another writer for the project. Variety revealed that Disney is still looking to use their iconic theme park as the setting for this upcoming fantasy, which will be similar in tone to Night at the Museum.Read More