Movie looks to do for Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde what Sherlock did for the classic detective.
One of the greatest concerns for actors is that if they have a really great role that everybody loves them in, then there’s a very good chance that they might end up being typecast. The thought is probably in Chris Evans’ head since he leads one of the most successful series inside the greater Marvel […]
In 2007, BBC One aired Jekyll, a six episode mini-series written by Steven Moffat that served as a sequel of sorts to Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novella Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a story horror fans are quite...Show More Summary
It looks like you can only star alongside the Hulk for so long before you get a little green yourself: Chris Evans, he of the Captain America even keel, is in talks for the lead role(s) in Jekyll. According to Deadline, Lionsgate is using the 2007 Steven Moffat-penned BBC miniseries ... More »
Chris Evans has become attached to star as the title character in Jekyll, Lionsgate's new movie based on Steven Moffat's 2007 mini-series.
Chris Evans has been known as Captain America for quite some time now, but don't let his steady gig fool you: the man continues to branch out of his star spangled image. And his latest mold breaking project may be his most horrifying, as he's looking to play one of the scariest characters in...
Chris Evans circling a feature adaptation of the BBC show while Universal moves forward with their own Jekyll film starring Russell Crowe. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Deadline has an interesting scoop regarding the character of Jekyll. Show More Summary
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The "Captain America: Civil War" star is reportedly circling the lead role of Tom Jackman in a movie version of the 2007 BBC series "Jekyll."
Deadline is reporting that MCU star and perfect-toothed goodness factory Chris Evans is in talks to unleash his still-probably-pretty-cheerful dark side on a planned film adaptation of the BBC TV miniseries Jekyll. Evans would play Tom Jackman, a modern-day descendent of Dr. Show More Summary
Chris Evans has achieved superstar status thanks to his many turns as Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he’s not afraid of treading darker water. He’s also appeared in movies like Snowpiercer and Sunshine, which makes the news that he may play a version of Dr. Jekyll not entirely surprising. Read more...
EXCLUSIVE: Chris Evans might be diversifying from his Captain America good guy persona. Evans has come attached to play the lead role of Tom Jackman in Jekyll, the feature that Lionsgate is developing from the 2007 BBC One series. Ellen...Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon and Michael Fassbender play Chris Evans’ painful take on blackjack, where the loser gets ice cold water funneled into his crotch. This time they upped the stakes, and Fallon finally learned how to count.
The police have dropped their enquiries into historic sexual abuse allegations against Chris Evans due to “insufficient evidence.” The former “Top Gear” presenter was interviewed under caution on Thursday following a complaint from one...Show More Summary
With Chris Evans bowing out after just one season of the refreshed Top Gear, he leaves behind his cohost, Matt LeBlanc. While the BBC says that it has no immediate plans to change the line-up or add a new host, noted musician 50 Cent thinks that he would be a valuable addition to the team. Read more...
"The way 'Top Gear' is being viewed is repositioning the way television is consumed." That was former host Chris Evans’ answer to negative headlines about the BBC motoring show’s disappointing TV ratings. His point was this: "Top Gear’s" overnight audience is only half the story. Show More Summary
Chris Evans is speaking out to slam the words of some Republicans following the speech that Melania Trump gave at the Republican National Convention. Paul Manafort, the chairman for Trump‘s campaign, said that the Clinton camp was the first to get out the news that sections of Melania‘s speech were strikingly similar to Michelle Obama‘s [...]
Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans missed the wrap party dedicated to the end of the Top Gear season, according to the Daily Mail. The hosts of the all-new BBC show didn’t show up for the party organized for the cast and crew at a London bar. Show More Summary
Despite all the mess that Top Gear found itself in during the ill-fated season-that-just-finished, Matt LeBlanc’s performance as Chris Evans’ co-host was one of the show’s few bright spots. For a man who was once known for his preference...Show More Summary