In Brief: ‘Euphoria’ star Eric Dane headed to ‘Bad Boys’ fourquel, and more

Euphoria‘s Eric Dane will join Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for the fourth Bad Boys film, according to Deadline. The Grey’s Anatomy alum joins the previous cast from Bad Boys: For Life, including Paola Núnez, Vanessa Hudgens and Alexander Ludwig, who are all returning for the fourth installment. Bad Boys for Life — the third installment — made more than $426 million worldwide before COVID-19 forced theaters to shut down in 2020. The Bad Boys franchise has grossed a total of $840.7 million globally. Dane will next be seen in the film National Anthem, opposite Sydney Sweeney, Halsey and Paul Walter Hauser

Elizabeth Hubbard, the daytime soap opera star best known for her playing Lucinda Walsh in CBS’ As the World Turns from 1984 until the show’s final season in 2010, and her Emmy-winning role as Dr. Althea Davis in NBC’s The Doctors, died over the weekend at the age of 89. Her son Jeremy Bennett confirmed the news in a Facebook post on Monday. Hubbard’s other TV credits included One Life to Live, Law & Order, Hope & Faith and Life on Mars. She also appeared on the big screen in The Bell Jar, Ordinary People, Cold River and Center Stage

Downton Abbey‘s Michelle Dockery has joined the cast of Here, Robert Zemeckis’ adaptation of Richard McGuire’s graphic novel, according to Deadline. The film, also co-starring Paul Bettany, reunites Zemeckis with his Forrest Gump cast members Eric Roth, Tom Hanks and Robin Wright. Here centers on a place in New England where “love, loss, struggle, hope and legacy play out between couples and families over generations,” according to the outlet…

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