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Finn Jones, Jacob Fortune-Lloyd & Abigail Breslin Join Historical Pic ‘Canyon Del Muerto’

EXCLUSIVE: Cast has been finalized on Canyon Del Muerto, Coerte Voorhees’ drama about America’s first female archaeologist. Finn Jones (Dickinson), Jacob Fortune-Lloyd (The Queen’s Gambit) and Abigail Breslin (Stillwater) are joining Abigail Lawrie, who plays the lead character Ann Axtell Morris, as well as fellow cast members Tom Felton, Ewen Bremner, James Hillier, Hanako Footman, Wes Studi, Tatanka Means, and David Midthunder. Based on Ann Morris’s book Digging in the Southwest, first published in 1933, the film tracks how she and her husband Earl Morris excavated the ancient Anasazi civilization in the American Southwest under the direction of Sylvanus Morley. Morris and...

Blumhouse TV sets its next Epix TV movie: The Visitor starring Finn Jones and Jessica McNamee

Jones and McNamee lead the cast of the psychological horror-thriller that is the latest TV movie in the Blumhouse-Epix production deal. According to the Deadline, The Visitor has the following description: "After a series of tragedies including the death of his father-in-law, Robert and his wife Maia leave their home in London to move back to her childhood home. But when Robert discovers an old portrait in the attic of a man who is his spitting image, he goes down a rabbit hole to discover the identity of this mysterious doppelganger known only as the visitor. It isn’t long until he realizes – where the visitor goes, death follows."

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Third Movie from Blumhouse and EPIX Deal Will Be ‘The Visitor’ Starring Finn Jones and Jessica McNamee

Blumhouse has joined forces with EPIX to “develop and produce eight elevated, standalone horror/genre-thriller movies exclusively for the network,” the first of which is set to be A House on the Bayou, from writer/director Alex McAulay (Don’t Tell A Soul). The second movie is titled American Refugee, both debuting day-and-date on EPIX and Digital via Paramount.

Finn Jones on the Complicated Love Triangles of 'Dickinson' and Why 'Iron Fist' Getting Canceled Was Like "A Death"

From show creator Alena Smith, the Apple TV+ original series Dickinson follows Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfeld) on her road to being a published poet and the promise of fame that will follow. When Sam Bowles (Finn Jones), the ambitious editor of The Springfield Republican, does his best to convince her to take her work a step beyond letting just Sue Gilbert (Ella Hunt), her brother’s wife who she also happens to be in love with, read her poems, it tests Emily in ways that she never could have imagined.

Finn Jones Explains What Fans Would Have Seen From the Third Season of Netflix's IRON FIST

Iron Fist was part of the pack of Marvel series that were put up on the streamer, then swiftly knocked down after just a couple of seasons. Iron Fist was probably the least popular of the four Marvel series that included Daredevil, The Punisher, and Jessica Jones, but it still had a fanbase, and after only two seasons, it didn’t get to wrap up, with its creators and star believing they’d be back for at least another season.

Iron Fist Actor Finn Jones Shares Marvel Advice With New Hawkeye Hailee Steinfeld

It appears that actor Finn Jones' time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is over after Netflix cancelled Iron Fist, but that doesn't mean he can't pass on his knowledge to the next generation of Avengers heroes. Jones co-stars with Hailee Steinfeld in the Apple TV+ series Dickinson, and Steinfeld herself is currently filming the Disney+ series Hawkeye alongside Jeremy Renner, starring as the newcomer Kate Bishop. Given Jones played Iron Fist for two seasons on the Defenders group of shows, he's well versed in the knowledge of what it takes to work in the MCU.

Iron Fist Star Finn Jones Convinced Hailee Steinfeld to Take Hawkeye Role

Fans are loving the idea of Hailee Steinfeld playing Kate Bishop in the upcoming series Hawkeye. However, it looks like someone needed to push the actress to accept the role. Interestingly, Iron Fist star Finn Jones has just admitted that he was the one who convinced Steinfeld to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Marvel's Finn Jones shares casting advice he gave Hawkeye's Hailee Steinfeld

Marvel's Iron Fist star Finn Jones has revealed that he gave advice to his Dickinson co-star Hailee Steinfeld while she was auditioning for her own Marvel role in Hawkeye. Steinfeld has been cast as Kate Bishop, a young woman who is undergoing combat training with her mentor Clint Barton/Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) as he teaches her the art of fighting with a bow and arrow, in the upcoming Disney+ spin-off series.

‘Dickinson’: Finn Jones Breaks Down The Season’s Most Jaw-Dropping Scene

There’s a moment at the end of this week’s excellent episode of Dickinson, “I’m Nobody! Who Are You?” so shocking, that when I saw it I gasped out loud. Spoilers past this point, but throughout the episode, Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfeld) is dealing with her first brush with fame, a poem printed on the front page of The Springfield Republican by newspaper magnate Samuel Bowles (Finn Jones). Only problem? Emily wakes up invisible.
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Iron Fist Season 3 Would Have Been its Peak, Says Finn Jones

Netflix’s Marvel shows may be gone, but star Finn Jones believes that Iron Fist would have become fully realized with a third season. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is fielding a massive multimedia transition with star-studded television projects—launched with Disney+ series WandaVision—complementing the studio’s theatrical slate. While that initiative has relegated its former small screen endeavor, the Netflix “Street Level” Marvel shows, to the proverbial bin of forgotten toys, Iron Fist star Finn Jones maintains that his nixed Netflix series would have completed a poignant arc, as he reveals with plot details for the never-realized third season.
Escapist Magazine

Iron Fist Star Finn Jones Reveals the Story of Would-Be Season 3

Iron Fist did not get off to a good start. The show was the butt of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, if it ever really was part of it at all, but the second season did show some promise. Now, Finn Jones, who played Danny Rand / Iron Fist in the series, has revealed in detail to Collider how season 3 would have unfolded: