Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
Entertainment | By Alexander Flowers

Stephen Moyer Joins Fox's Marvel Pilot From Bryan Singer and Matt Nix

Stephen Moyer Joins Fox's Marvel Pilot From Bryan Singer and Matt Nix

Moyer will play Reed, a determined attorney with the DA's office who is also the father of children that possess mutant abilities.

In real life, Moyer is married to his fellow True Blood star Anna Paquin.

The series, should it push through, will be produced by 20 Century Fox Television and Marvel Television.

The untitled X-Men pilot for FOX is just one of several projects lined up for the "X-Men" franchise on film and television. Redford will play the "strong-headed Native American leader" of that underground group of mutants. I can't talk about specifics, but it's not like there are no X-Men in it.

Chung, on the other hand, will be playing the role of Clarice Fong, a.k.a. Blink. The family is forced to go on the run.

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The Fox/Marvel pilot was written by Matt Nix and will be directed by Bryan Singer.

In order to protect the little ones from evil powers and fight government officials, they team up with an underground mutant force. Since that series ended in 2014, he's also had a series regular role in Kurt Sutter's short-lived FX drama The Bastard Executioner, and will be seen next month in the Fox event series Shots Fired. The executive producers of the show include Lauren Shuler Donner, Jim Chory, Jeph Loeb and Simon Kinberg.

Teale will play Marcos Diaz/Eclipse, a new mutant to the X-Men universe.

"There's comic book adventure, emotional and complicated relationships, and a rich, existing mythology from which to draw". If you look at the movies that take place, they don't all line up perfectly.

I guess I'd say in a sort of general way it acknowledges that events like the events that have happened in the movies have happened, you know what I mean?

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