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Film Casting Round-Up: Mimi Rogers Joins Kevin Hart Comedy, David Clennon To ‘Gone Girl’, More

By | Thursday August 22, 2013 @ 3:14pm PDT

Mimi Rogers has joined the untitled Screen Gems and Miramax wedding comedy from first time director Jeremy Garelick. The cast of the film about a guy who rents himself out as a best man and the groom-to-be who desperately hires him already includes Kevin Hart, Josh Gad, and The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco. Rogers, who had a guest run on Two And a Half Men last year and who was recently added to the thriller The Surface, plays the mother to high maintenance bride-to-be Couco’s character. Rogers is repped by Paradigm and Silver Lining Entertainment.

David Clennon has been added to David Fincher’s Gone Girl with Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike. Clennon will play Rand Elliot, the father of a missing woman, played by Pike, who begins to suspect his son-in-law as the investigation into his daughter’s disappearance grows and her absence lingers. The film is an adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestseller about a husband whose wife goes missing on their fifth anniversary. Former thirtysomething star Clennon also has a role in the upcoming second season of Netflix’s House Of Cards. He is repped by Greene & Associates Talent Agency. Read More »

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Mimi Rogers Set For Thriller ‘The Surface’

By | Wednesday August 7, 2013 @ 12:39pm PDT

EXCLUSIVE: Sean Astin and Chris Mulkey have a new co-star in The Surface. Mimi Rogers is joining the thriller, I have learned. Jobs co-producer and Lucky director Gil Cates Jr. is helming the film about two desperate men who meet in the middle of Lake Michigan in a boat. Rogers plays the wife of Mulkey’s character and is seen in flashbacks throughout the pic. The actress, who had a guest run on Two And a Half Men last year, worked with Cates before on 2011’s Lucky. Jeff Gendelman wrote the original screenplay for The Surface. Financing is coming from Good Notes Productions.  Rogers is repped by Paradigm and Silver Lining Entertainment.

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