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Zack Snyder's Rebel Moon Adds Cary Elwes, Corey Stoll to Cast

The cast for Zack Snyder's sci-fi epic Rebel Moon continues to grow with the addition of four stars. Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride, Saw), Michiel Huisman (The Haunting of Hill House, Game of Thrones), Alfonso Herrera (Sense8, Ozark), and Corey Stoll (West Side Story, Billions) are joining the Rebel Moon cast. Zack Snyder is fresh off winning the Oscars Cheer Moment for the most "Fan Favorite" Award at the 94th Academy Awards. The highly-touted director will look to continue this momentum with the Netflix original film that originally started as a spinoff of Star Wars.
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Cary Elwes, Corey Stoll Join Zack Snyder’s Sci-Fi Fantasy ‘Rebel Moon’ (Exclusive)

Cary Elwes and Corey Stoll have joined the galaxy-spanning cast of Zack Snyder’s epic sci-fi fantasy, Rebel Moon. Dutch actor Michiel Huisman and Mexican thespian Alfonso Herrera are also on board the Netflix mega-project that begins production later this month.More from The Hollywood ReporterOscars: Zack Snyder's 'Army of the Dead' Wins Twitter Fan-Favorite AwardRupert Friend, Stuart Martin Join Zack Snyder's 'Rebel Moon' (Exclusive)Charlie Hunnam, Djimon Hounsou, Bae Doona, Ray Fisher Join Zack Snyder's 'Rebel Moon' Sofia Boutella is leading the ensemble cast for the film that also has Charlie Hunnam, Djimon Hounsou, Doona Bae, Ray Fisher, Rupert Friend and Stuart Martin on...
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Cary Elwes, Corey Stoll, and More Join Cast of Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon

According to The Hollywood Reporter, English actor Cary Elwes (Robin Hood: Men in Tights) has joined the cast of Netflix’s forthcoming action sci-fi film Rebel Moon, which hails from Army of the Dead director Zack Snyder. The Princess Bride star will play the king of the galactic empire in the film, so expect a royal performance.

Cory Michael Smith, Gillian Jacobs and Corey Stoll to lead Netflix World War II limited series Transatlantic

The trio are set as leads in Unorthodox creator Anna Winger's limited series set during the 1940 refugee crisis in Marseille, France during World War II. Smith plays a Harvard-educated journalist who foresees the horrific events of the Holocaust. Jacobs plays an American heiress who throws herself – and her trust fund – into Fry’s refugee rescue operation, excited to dedicate her considerable resources and energy to a worthy cause. And Stoll will play the American Consul in Marseille who sees the refugees as an existential threat to American values.

Showtime's 'Billions' mines new energy — now with Corey Stoll at the helm

Be warned: The review below contains plenty of spoilers about past and present episodes of Billions. Showtime's Billions is attempting one of the most difficult maneuvers in scripted television: A major star transplant. Original series co-star Damian Lewis — a talented British actor who gave his billionaire bad boy character...

Corey Stoll raises his stake in 'Billions'

As it starts its sixth season, "Billions" is banking on some very big changes. The Showtime drama series marked the end of Season 5 with the exit of Damian Lewis as hedge-fund king Bobby "Axe" Axelrod, who evaded federal attorney Chuck Rhoades' (Paul Giamatti) prosecution by relocating to Europe. His former firm was bought by financial rival Michael Prince (Corey Stoll, now elevated from guest star to co-star), who starts setting ground rules as "Billions" resumes new episodes Sunday, Jan. 23.

Corey Stoll is back! What to watch, not watch, this week in Jewish entertainment

Corey Stoll takes on a new, big role on Showtime’s “Billions”. The Jewish everyman actor can sink into just about any ensemble you put him in. Hopefully, you caught his amazing portrayal of a young Junior Soprano in “The Many Saints of Newark” on HBO Max, but he is getting a bigger role this month on Showtime.

Billions star Corey Stoll on turning Michael Prince into the new king

Bow down to the new Billions king. After debuting in the Showtime drama's fifth season as Michael Prince, a rival billionaire to Axe (Damian Lewis), Corey Stoll steps into lead status for season 6 (premiering Sunday), following Lewis' departure. It's quite the promotion for the House of Cards alum, who admitted to EW ahead of his arrival that he'd previously been approached by Billions creators Brian Koppelman and David Levien for different roles, but, "frankly, I was holding out for something a little bit more exciting." And what an investment he made. "We waited and bided our time and then really set this up so that he could have full banquet with this character," said Levien when discussing the elevation.

Billions season 6 spoilers: Corey Stoll previews Prince, Chuck rivalry

We are just days away from the Billions season 6 premiere at Showtime, and it shouldn’t be a shock that a rivalry is front and center here. Yet, in the wake of Damian Lewis’ exit from the series, things will be a little bit different. It’s not Axe vs. Chuck anymore. Now, it’s Chuck taking on Mike Prince, who managed to come in and snake Axe Capital because everyone else was so busy fighting amongst themselves. It was a shrewd little move for him to come in and snatch some power, but what he does with it not will be most interesting.