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Amazon's Alex Cross Series Recruits Ryan Eggold, Isaiah Mustafa

Meet Alex Cross‘ best friend and worst adversary. Ryan Eggold (New Amsterdam) and Isaiah Mustafa (Shadowhunters) have joined the cast of Prime Video’s Cross, our sister site Variety reports. They’ll play opposite Aldis Hodge (City on a Hill) as Alex Cross, a character made popular in James Patterson’s novel series, as well as in movies like Kiss the Girls, Along Came a Spider and Alex Cross. In Amazon’s Cross, the titular detective and forensic psychologist is uniquely capable of digging into the psyches of killers and their victims, in order to identify — and ultimately capture — the murderers. He’s “brilliant, flawed, and full of...
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Meat Sweats? Old Spice Joins With Arby's To Bring Back Isaiah Mustafa

Maybe it’s a clash of advertising icons. Or a smackdown between Fallon and Wieden + Kennedy. Perhaps it’s just the grossest brand partnership of the year. Old Spice and Arby‘s are running a new deodorant ad, offering the deodorant brand as a cure for the meat sweats caused by the fast-food chain’s massive sandwiches.

‘Murder At Yellowstone City’: RLJE Films Acquires Western Starring Gabriel Byrne, Thomas Jane, Isaiah Mustafa, Richard Dreyfuss & More

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: RLJE Films has acquired North American rights to the Western Murder at Yellowstone City, directed by Richard Gray (Robert the Bruce), for release in theaters and on demand on June 24. The film written by Eric Belgau (Robert the Bruce) sees a former slave arrive in Yellowstone City, Montana—a desolate former boomtown now on the decline—looking for a place to call home. On that same day, a local prospector discovers gold—and is murdered. It was the first production to be shot on a new Western backlot at the site that was once the real Yellowstone...
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Isaiah Mustafa Enlisted for AICP Awards Call to Entry Video

Isaiah Mustafa became an advertising icon for his “Man Your Man Could Smell Like” Old Spice ads and, as an icon, he is now making a plea to creatives in multiple countries to enter their work into the AICP (Association of Independent Commercial Producers) Awards. Mustafa makes that plea in his own confidently suave way in nine languages—and one made up tongue—showing off some fine linguistic talents.