Yesterday, Jonathan Rhys Meyers was linked with a role in Star Wars Episode VII. Today, we get to see him in a poster for a movie he's definitely in, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. Check out his poster below, then click the link...Show More Summary
Now that Star Wars Episode VII has its director in JJ Abrams, it looks like the ball is rolling in the casting department. Rumor has it that period piece actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers is being looked at by JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot production. Although it hasn’t been confirmed, word is circulating that if Jonathan Rhys [...]Show More Summary
Star Wars Episode VII is still two years away, and the script has yet to be finished. But that doesn't mean we can't speculate wildly about who will be in it! A rumor is swirling that Jonathan Rhys Meyers is in talks to star in an unspecified role in Star Wars Episode VII. Fresh off of Star Trek Into Darkness, J.J. Show More Summary
Jonathan Rhys Meyers is reportedly being looked at for a co-starring role in "Star Wars: Episode VII."
There are a few things happening on the Star Wars front, both concerning Episode VII and not. Rumor has it that NBC’s new Dracula, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, is in talks to join the upcoming film. Also, Disney has just announced a new animated series titled Star Wars Rebel, that would premiere in the Fall of [...]
The Tudors star is circling an unspecified character in director J.J. Abrams' highly-anticipated sci-fi sequel, which takes place years after Return of the Jedi. [...]
After the swarm of rumors that circulated about who might be behind the camera for Star Wars: Episode VII, before J.J. Abrams was officially announced as director, it sounds like the casting rumors are heating up again. We've already...Show More Summary
Not all Star Wars Episode VII rumors are created equal. While a handful of the ones we’ve heard have proved to be true (the return of Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Mark Hamill, for example), many more have turned out to be little more than wishful thinking. According to a new report making the rounds [...]
But who would he play?
We don’t know much about Star Wars: Episode VII so far. We know J.J. Abrams is directing a script from Oscar-winning screenwriter and Star Wars fan Michael Arndt. We also know Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Mark Hamill will return in some capacity. Show More Summary
The first new face rumored to join 'Star Wars: Episode VII' is Jonathan Rhys Meyers (The Tudors) and he has history with director J.J. Abrams.
We may be in the midst of Spring season finales, but we're already looking ahead to some of the exciting shows coming up this Fall. With familiar faces like Rebel Wilson, Andy Samberg, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers heading to the small screen, we can't wait to set our DVRs. Check out all the comedies and dramas to look forward to this Fall! View Slideshow ›
Of all the shows NBC has announced for the fall, this may be the most intriguing! Yeah, we said it- Dracula has us in his thrall! Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the sexiness Tudors star Jonathan Rhys Meyers brings to the villainous vampire! You know what we like best about this incarnation of the classic [...]
Jonathan Rhys Meyers stars in tnew NBC drama as one of the world's most iconic characters read more
Expect Fridays this fall to be a draining experience... but in a good way? The network's latest series, simply Dracula, will be set in Victorian London and stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers (The Tudors) as the sexy American entrepreneur/vampire...Show More Summary
The networks are revealing their upcoming schedules this week and with it comes first looks at their new shows. One of the shows I am most looking forward to this fall is NBC's telling of Dracula. Starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the...Show More Summary
Jeebus. When I posted that Kylie Minogue thing, I had no idea how close to the truth it actually was. This one is real. And it's not fantastic. h/t Eric Diaz ...
How to make vampires sexy again. Step one: Cast Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Step two: Profit. Read more...
Normally, I'm not sure we could celebrate a new series being scheduled for Fridays, but I think we can make an exception for Dracula, which is being paired nicely with Grimm when the supernatural drama moves back to Fridays this fall. Show More Summary
In keeping with the latest influx of spooky shows like "American Horror Story" and "Hannibal," NBC is bringing "Dracula" back from the dead this fall.