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Dresden Files has been cast with British Paul Blackthorne in the role.  Not really a surprise since Dresden is to begin filming in 2 weeks and JM's movie is to begin filming next week.  From the posts I've read from Butcher and the script writer, it really wasn't a matter of not wanting JM but a matter of logistics (JM not wanting to go to Toronto, timing of the filming, contract for the possible series, budget etc.).   Here's hoping that Blackthorne has the right attitude.  I'd like to see the Dresden Files done right.  Too bad JM couldn't work it in because he would have rocked in the part... but, such is life.  I'll look forward to what the Dresden Files looks like when its done.
shipperx: (Who - Alone)
Dresden Files has been cast with British Paul Blackthorne in the role.  Not really a surprise since Dresden is to begin filming in 2 weeks and JM's movie is to begin filming next week.  From the posts I've read from Butcher and the script writer, it really wasn't a matter of not wanting JM but a matter of logistics (JM not wanting to go to Toronto, timing of the filming, contract for the possible series, budget etc.).   Here's hoping that Blackthorne has the right attitude.  I'd like to see the Dresden Files done right.  Too bad JM couldn't work it in because he would have rocked in the part... but, such is life.  I'll look forward to what the Dresden Files looks like when its done.
shipperx: (Who - Alone)
Dresden Files has been cast with British Paul Blackthorne in the role.  Not really a surprise since Dresden is to begin filming in 2 weeks and JM's movie is to begin filming next week.  From the posts I've read from Butcher and the script writer, it really wasn't a matter of not wanting JM but a matter of logistics (JM not wanting to go to Toronto, timing of the filming, contract for the possible series, budget etc.).   Here's hoping that Blackthorne has the right attitude.  I'd like to see the Dresden Files done right.  Too bad JM couldn't work it in because he would have rocked in the part... but, such is life.  I'll look forward to what the Dresden Files looks like when its done.
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From Zap2it.com
http://tv.zap2it.com/tveditorial/tve_main/1,1002,271|97919|1|,00.html

LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) Nicolas Cage has become the latest Hollywood A-lister to do business with the Sci Fi Channel, signing on to executive produce a movie/pilot for the cable network.
Cage's company, Saturn Films, and Lions Gate TV are backing a two-hour movie called "The Dresden Files." The movie is based on a series of novels by Jim Butcher about Chicago private eye Harry Dresden, whose sleuthing abilities are aided by the fact that he's a wizard.

The movie is scheduled to begin shooting later this fall, with Toronto standing in for the Windy City, and is due to premiere next summer. If it does well enough, Sci Fi has an option to pick it up as a series.


Hans Beimler ("The District") and Robert Wolfe ("The 4400"), who worked together on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," are writing the script for "The Dresden Files," which will introduce Dresden and the unique way he works. He's able to see otherworldly forces at work in cases that look like run-of-the-mill crimes, and sometimes consults with the police when they need a supernatural hand.
In keeping with detective-fiction tradition, Dresden also maintains a cockeyed outlook on the world around him and is quick with a one-liner.

Beimler and Wolfe will join Cage as executive producers of the project, as will Morgan Gendel and Saturn's Norm Golightly.

The "Lord of War" star and Oscar winner, who this week gave his baby son the sci-fi name Kal-El, joins several other showbiz bigshots in signing up with the Sci Fi Channel. In December the channel will unveil "The Triangle," a Bermuda Triangle miniseries produced by Bryan Singer ("X-Men") and Dean Devlin ("Independence Day"). Directors Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and Frank Darabont are attached as producers of other projects in the works at Sci Fi.
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From Zap2it.com
http://tv.zap2it.com/tveditorial/tve_main/1,1002,271|97919|1|,00.html

LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) Nicolas Cage has become the latest Hollywood A-lister to do business with the Sci Fi Channel, signing on to executive produce a movie/pilot for the cable network.
Cage's company, Saturn Films, and Lions Gate TV are backing a two-hour movie called "The Dresden Files." The movie is based on a series of novels by Jim Butcher about Chicago private eye Harry Dresden, whose sleuthing abilities are aided by the fact that he's a wizard.

The movie is scheduled to begin shooting later this fall, with Toronto standing in for the Windy City, and is due to premiere next summer. If it does well enough, Sci Fi has an option to pick it up as a series.


Hans Beimler ("The District") and Robert Wolfe ("The 4400"), who worked together on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," are writing the script for "The Dresden Files," which will introduce Dresden and the unique way he works. He's able to see otherworldly forces at work in cases that look like run-of-the-mill crimes, and sometimes consults with the police when they need a supernatural hand.
In keeping with detective-fiction tradition, Dresden also maintains a cockeyed outlook on the world around him and is quick with a one-liner.

Beimler and Wolfe will join Cage as executive producers of the project, as will Morgan Gendel and Saturn's Norm Golightly.

The "Lord of War" star and Oscar winner, who this week gave his baby son the sci-fi name Kal-El, joins several other showbiz bigshots in signing up with the Sci Fi Channel. In December the channel will unveil "The Triangle," a Bermuda Triangle miniseries produced by Bryan Singer ("X-Men") and Dean Devlin ("Independence Day"). Directors Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and Frank Darabont are attached as producers of other projects in the works at Sci Fi.
shipperx: (sci-fi)
From Zap2it.com
http://tv.zap2it.com/tveditorial/tve_main/1,1002,271|97919|1|,00.html

LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) Nicolas Cage has become the latest Hollywood A-lister to do business with the Sci Fi Channel, signing on to executive produce a movie/pilot for the cable network.
Cage's company, Saturn Films, and Lions Gate TV are backing a two-hour movie called "The Dresden Files." The movie is based on a series of novels by Jim Butcher about Chicago private eye Harry Dresden, whose sleuthing abilities are aided by the fact that he's a wizard.

The movie is scheduled to begin shooting later this fall, with Toronto standing in for the Windy City, and is due to premiere next summer. If it does well enough, Sci Fi has an option to pick it up as a series.


Hans Beimler ("The District") and Robert Wolfe ("The 4400"), who worked together on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," are writing the script for "The Dresden Files," which will introduce Dresden and the unique way he works. He's able to see otherworldly forces at work in cases that look like run-of-the-mill crimes, and sometimes consults with the police when they need a supernatural hand.
In keeping with detective-fiction tradition, Dresden also maintains a cockeyed outlook on the world around him and is quick with a one-liner.

Beimler and Wolfe will join Cage as executive producers of the project, as will Morgan Gendel and Saturn's Norm Golightly.

The "Lord of War" star and Oscar winner, who this week gave his baby son the sci-fi name Kal-El, joins several other showbiz bigshots in signing up with the Sci Fi Channel. In December the channel will unveil "The Triangle," a Bermuda Triangle miniseries produced by Bryan Singer ("X-Men") and Dean Devlin ("Independence Day"). Directors Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and Frank Darabont are attached as producers of other projects in the works at Sci Fi.

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