I Can Only Imagine, the faith-based film starring Dennis Quaid, Cloris Leachman, Trace Adkins and Broadway's J. Michael Finley (Les Miserables), was acquired by Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions. The film will be released on March 16 next year. Show More Summary
Although they’ve stockpiled behind-the-scenes staff and a number of big-name performers—including Dennis Quaid, Annette Benning, and Matthew Broderick—the team behind American Crime Story: Katrina now find themselves helpless in the face of an all-powerful, merciless natural force: Ryan Murphy. Show More Summary
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A Dog’s Purpose may have found its calling: in China. The heartwarming tale of a dog (voiced by Josh Gad) who gets reincarnated multiple times before he finds its way back to his owner (Dennis Quaid) may have had middling success inShow More Summary
Michael Ealy, Dennis Quaid, Meagan Good, and Power‘s Joseph Sikora has signed on to co-star in the psychological thriller Motivated Seller, directed by Meet The Blacks helmer Deon Taylor. Said to be in the vein of Fatal Attraction, Split...Show More Summary
Image Source: FX If you got sucked into the crazy world of American Crime Story last year, we have good news; the show has already lined up quite a few stories for future seasons. Now that we know the ideas for seasons two and three have been swapped, we can really dive into the details. Show More Summary
Dennis Quaid will step into the role of President George W. Bush while Matthew Broderick is set to play FEMA Director Michael D. Brown.
JOE LIEBERMAN. Former Senator emerges as frontrunner for FBI Director: “A person familiar with Wednesday’s meeting said Trump bonded with Lieberman, and the president left leaning towards the former Connecticut senator, who retired in 2013. Tru… Read The post Joe Lieberman, Dennis Quaid, Beirut Gay Pride, Andy Cohen, Jussie Smollett: HOT LINKS appeared first on Towleroad.
Dennis Quaid will play the part of the former president in the Ryan Murphy limited series.
Perfect casting for a likely perfect show. Read more...
Public opinion on George W. Bush has swung wildly over the last few months, thanks to the people of America being confronted with a commander-in-chief whose own ineptitude once again makes Bush look like the harmless buffoon he was before...Show More Summary
Ryan Murphy‘s upcoming series Katrina: American Crime Story has found its George W. Bush. Dennis Quaid has been cast to play the former president in the Emmy-winning anthology, according to EW. Bush was in office during the 2005 natural disaster that devastated the South. The cast also includes Matthew Broderick as Federal Emergency Management Agency [...]
The second season of Ryan Murphy's American Crime Story will be a disaster, or at least about a disaster. Katrina: American Crime Story will follow the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which flooded Louisiana and parts of the South. And...Show More Summary
Ryan Murphy’s Katrina: American Crime Story has cast its President George Bush. Entertainment Weekly reports that Dennis Quaid is joining the production as W. alongside a cast that already includes Annette Bening (Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco), Matthew Broderick (FEMA Director Michael “Heckuva job, Brownie” Brown), and probably Sarah Paulson, though ... More »
Dennis Quaid (The Art of More) has been tapped to play President George W. Bush in FX's Katrina: American Crime Story, the second installment of the Emmy-winning limited series from Ryan Murphy, Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson. Katrina: American Crime Story will tell the story of America's response to the devastating 2005 storm. Show More Summary
American Crime Story fans, meet your new George W. Bush. E! News can confirm that Dennis Quaid has landed the role of our 43rd president in the upcoming second installment of Ryan...
He'll join Annette Bening and Matthew Broderick in the cast The post Dennis Quaid to Play George W. Bush in Katrina: American Crime Story appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The film star joins Matthew Broderick and Annette Bening in the Ryan Murphy limited series. read more
The use of animals on-screen and on-set of the production of this film is not 'fake news,' but the promotion of it's necessity is quite fraudulent.