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Reacher
Bruce McGill, Maria Sten, and Hugh Thompson have been cast as series regulars with Alan Ritchson in the upcoming Amazon original series Reacher, based on the Jack Reacher character from Lee Child's bestselling novels As Deadline Hollywood reported, Ritchson stars as the title character in the series, produced by Amazon Studios, Skydance Television, and Paramount Television Studios[...]
Jack Reacher: Lee Child's Fantasy of Freedom and Escape
The Sentinel is the 25th Reacher novel and the first where Lee Child hands over the reins to his younger brother Andrew Child aka Andrew Grant It's a transitional book, a soft reboot, one to reassure readers that the series is in safe hands, that Reacher is still Reacher and provide the comforts promised. Jack Reacher:[...]
Jack Reacher: Lee Child's Fantasy of Freedom and Escape
The Sentinel is the 25th Reacher novel and the first written by Andrew Child aka Andrew Grant, the younger brother of series creator Lee Child aka James Grant A Jack Reacher book is always a fun bit of annual escapism, violent thriller comfort food- and with a streaming series adaptation currently in development (with Titans[...]
Alan Ritchson in Titans (Image: WarnerMedia)
If anyone was still questioning the future of Amazon Studios, Skydance TV, and Paramount TV Studios' upcoming series adaptation of author Lee Child's internationally bestselling "Jack Reacher" book series, they got a pretty definite answer on Friday Alan Ritchson (Titans, Blood Drive) has been cast as the US Army veteran who investigates suspicious activities- investigations[...]
Dwayne Johnson at the AFI FEST 2016 Premiere of 'Moana' held at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, USA on November 14, 2016. Editorial credit: Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com
The character, made famous in a series of novels by author Lee Child, spent years and years trying to get to the screen Ultimately, he was played by Tom Cruise in two films, one in 2012 and a sequel in 2016 Dwayne Johnson, in those years, became one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, creating[...]
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Six months after the dust settled from what was reported was a "competitive situation" among a number of streaming and premium cable suitors that resulted in Amazon securing the rights to bring Lee Child's bestselling Jack Reacher book series from page to screen, some great news With Nick Santora (Scorpion, Prison Break) set to write,[...]
jack reacher
After the dust settled from what is being reported as a "competitive situation" among a number of streaming and premium cable suitors, Amazon has secured the rights to bring Lee Child's bestselling Jack Reacher book series from page to screen With Nick Santora (Scorpion, Prison Break) set to write, executive produce, and serve as showrunner,[...]
Tom Cruise Will Never Go Back to Jack Reacher Again
"His knuckles were nearly touching the ground," wrote Lee Child of his now-famous protagonist Jack Reacher in the 2012 book A Wanted Man "His neck was thick and his hands were the size of dinner plates…A wild man But not really Underneath everything else seemed strangely civilized….His gaze was both wise and appealing, both friendly[...]
Cobie Smulders Kicks Butt In New Jack Reacher Clip
I since went back and read a couple of the Lee Child novels where Reacher started Interestingly the first film was not based on the first novel, it was based on One Shot, the ninth novel in the series. Now we are close to the release of Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, based on the eighteenth[...]
Jack Reacher 2 Is In The Works
During an interview with Empire, Lee Child let it be known that his action hero Jack Reacher was going to get a second film Tom Cruise, who played Reacher in the first film, will return but director Christopher McQuarrie will not and Child explained why. "McQuarrie is going to be in post-production on Mission: Impossible 5[...]
Video: Jack Reacher Author Lee Child Defends The Casting Of Tom Cruise
By and large it's a pretty bog standard featurette, describing a little bit about the character Jack Reacher and who he is, all explained by Lee Child, the novellist who created the character. And then, there's the last little bit at the end. Some one has cut in a clip of Child from a different interview on[...]