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Jason Momoa to Play a Fearless Warrior in Apple Series 'See'

Jason Momoa has landed an exciting new role as the lead role in the upcoming Apple original series See!

The upcoming drama series is being billed as “an epic, world-building drama set in the future” and Momoa is set to play Baba Voss, a fearless warrior, leader, and guardian.

The series will be written by Academy Award nominee Steven Knight and directed by The Hunger Games franchise’s Francis Lawrence.

Jason won over audiences as Khal Drogo on Game of Thrones and he has since appeared on television in the shows The Red Road and most recently, Frontier. His upcoming superhero movie Aquaman will hit theaters on December 21.

Anand Desai-Barochia in The CW's 'The Outpost' - First Look Photos!

The new series The Outpost is premiering on The CW this week and we have some first look photos of Anand Desai-Barochia in character as Janzo.

The series follows Talon (Jessica Green), the lone survivor of a race called the “Blackbloods,” who are destroyed by a gang of brutal mercenaries. Years later, she travels with her best friend, Janzo to a lawless fortress on the edge of the civilized world to track the killers of her family.

Janzo is the logical and sensible voice during their journey and incredibly loyal to Talon. As the brewer and alchemist of the comrades, he is the closest thing “The Outpost” has to a scientist.

Anand, who was born in England, can be seen in the hit indie film The Tiger Hunter, which is now streaming on Netflix.

Make sure to catch The Outpost on Tuesday nights at 9pm on The CW.

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Michael B. Jordan & Dakota Fanning Team Up for New Anime Series 'gen:Lock'

Michael B. Jordan and Dakota Fanning are both lending their voices to new anime show gen:LOCK!

The 31-year-old Black Panther actor and the 24-year-old Ocean’s 8 actress join the cast alongside Japanese actor Kōichi Yamadera, as revealed at the 2018 Anime Expo.

In the show, “Earth’s last free society is on the losing side of a global war and desperately seeks recruits to operate the next generation of giant, weaponized robots known as ‘mecha,’” Variety reports.

Michael will voice protagonist rebel pilot Julian Chase; Dakota will play Miranda Worth, “an expert mech pilot and Chase’s love interest;” and Kōichi will portray Kazu Iida, “one of the new recruits transferring from Japan’s military forces to fight alongside Chase in the gen:Lock program.”

Gray G. Haddock, head of Rooster Teeth Animation and the series showrunner, said, “Dakota brings an endearing energy and texture to Miranda that the audience is going to bond with very strongly. Yamadera-san gives Kazu a fantastic balance of attitude and strength, and as anime fans we’re doing our best not to geek out that he’s joined the cast.”

The series will premiere in January 2019 exclusively on Rooster Teeth’s streaming service.

Sacha Baron Cohen May Return to TV in a Showtime Series

Sacha Baron Cohen took to social media on the Fourth of July to tease a mystery project aimed at President Trump and now we know what it might be!

The 46-year-old actor is reportedly in talks to star in a comedy interview series for Showtime, which will be similar to Da Ali G Show.

In a video teaser that Sacha posted on Twitter, there is real footage of Trump insulting him followed by the logo of Trump University. “Sacha graduates soon,” a graphic in the video reads.

Showtime has also been teasing a new mystery project. We hope it gets announced soon!

Evangeline Lilly Wouldn't Do a 'Lost' Reboot - Here's Why

Evangeline Lilly will “never say never,” but she probably wouldn’t say “yes” to a Lost reboot.

“There’s a rumor every year that they are going to reboot Lost,” Evangeline told EW.

She continued, “The thing about reboots and remakes is that I don’t like them in general, period. I want people to leave Star Wars alone! I did love Rogue One, as an aside. But for the most part, I don’t usually love them. I feel like it’s just tainting something that’s precious. I’ve said I don’t want to do things in the past and I’ve done them — you know, never say never — but sitting where I am today, my assumption is no.”

Lost aired for several seasons between 2004 and 2010, and Evangeline starred in one of the leading roles as Kate.