turner and hooch cast

Josh Peck‘s Turner hasn’t found his Hooch yet, but he’s found two female leads to star in Disney+’s Turner & Hooch opposite him. Lyndsy Fonseca and Carra Patterson have been cast in the Disney+ TV series remake of Turner & Hooch the buddy cop comedy movie originally starring Tom Hanks as an uptight police officer who gets partnered with a dog. Peck is stepping into Hanks’ big shoes as Turner, though we haven’t heard news yet of who will play Hooch. But as we ponder whether Hooch will be a real dog or a computer-animated canine, here’s who Fonseca and Patterson will be playing in the Turner and Hooch cast.

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Agent Carter - Peggy and Jarvis

When Peggy strikes out for LA in Agent Carter Season 2, she’ll bring some of her friends along for the ride. According to a new report, James D’Arcy (Edwin Jarvis) and Enver Gjokaj (Agent Sousa) are both returning for the next run of episodes. Several other Season 1 stars are said to be nearing deals as well.

Hit the jump for more details on Agent Carter Season 2 casting — as well as a peek at what Agent Carter lead Hayley Atwell has been doing in her off time.  Read More »

Marvel Experience

Not enough superhero news for you recently? Here are your daily Superhero Bits! Want to see a ton of images from Tuesday’s Marvel Event? What’s Kevin Feige‘s final word on Spider-Man? Is there an update regarding The Marvel Experience? Which U.S. Senator has talked about their role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? Did Jim Carrey have a problem with a cast member in Batman Forever? Who has been spotted on the set of Ant-Man? Did Jena Malone deny playing Robin in Batman v Superman? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Who are the most popular Marvel characters on social media? Which Star Trek actress has been cast in Thor: The Dark World? Want to read details on a new Iron Man 3 action scene? How was the cosplay at Wizard World in Chicago? How does Marvel keep ahead of DC in the movie realm? Is it actually possible for Batman to fly, and land, in Christopher Nolan‘s universe? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

First Look: The Cast of Kick-Ass

Since most of the major cast announcements have now been made, I thought we’d take a look at the cast of Matthew Vaughn‘s big screen adaptation of Mark Millar‘s Kick-Ass comic book.

18-year-old British actor Aaron Johnson has been cast as the title character, Dave Lizewski, a 15-year-old boy named Dave Lizewski who attempts to become a real-life superhero. The catch is that he has no powers or any of the stereotypical reasons for choosing to fight crime. Johnson most recently starred in Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, but also had small roles in The Illusionist and Shanghai Knight. He sure looks like perfect casting.

21-year-old Lyndsy Fonseca will play high school hottie and Dave’s crush Katie Deauxma, who thinks he is gay. You might remember Fonseca as Dyan on Desperate Housewives or as Daughter on How I Met Your Mother.

Nicolas Cage has been cast as a former cop named Big Daddy who is also trying to bring down a druglord and has trained his daughter to be “a lethal weapon” .

Chloe Moretz is Hit Girl, the ferocious, potty-mouthed 11-year-old daughter of Big Daddy (Cage). She is described as a “four foot killing machine” with “a ninja sword”. Moretz looks like a good fit, but if this movie was in production five years ago, I would have cast Ellen Page in the role. How perfect would that have been?

Christopher Mintz-Plasse (McLovin from Superbad) is in talks to play the Red Mist, an angry teenage son of a mobster who is out to uncover Kick-Ass’ true identity.


  • Based on the creator-owned comic from Marvel’s Icon imprint.
  • The Story: You can read the full leaked plot synopsis in our previous story. Warning: possible spoilers for those reading the comic book series.
  • Independently Produced: Hollywood studios passed on the project due to the mixture of bloody violence and the involvement of a underage teen, but Vaughn believed in the project so much that he raised $30 million from private investors to produce the project independently.
  • Production is scheduled to begin this fall in Toronto and London.