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Lucy Griffiths gets cast on “Constantine”

Lucy Griffiths gets cast on “Constantine”

True Blood’s Nora, Lucy Griffiths has been cast as the female lead opposite Matt Ryan in NBC’s drama pilot Constantine, from Warner Bros TV.

lucy-griffithasAlso cast in the project, based on the characters in DC Comics’ John Constantine stories are Lost alum Harold Perrineau and Charles Halford (True Detective).

Constantine centers on John Constantine (Ryan), an enigmatic and irreverent con man-turned-reluctant supernatural detective who is thrust into the role of Harold Perrineau defending us against dark forces from beyond. When Liv (Griffiths), the daughter of a late friend, is targeted by demons, Constantine steps in to save her. Griffiths’ Liv is an offbeat young woman tired of her ordinary life who comes to discover that she has the ability of seeing the supernatural world among us, which makes her a key player in the battle between good and evil. Liv teams up with Constantine to save lives, master her power, and learn more about her late father.

source: deadline.com

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    March 05, 2014

    Congratulations to Ms. Griffiths. It sounds like a plum role.

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    March 05, 2014

    Congrats to Lucy. This sounds like an exciting project and a juicy role. She deserves it. She was terrific on True Blood. Looking forward to seeing her on NBC.

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    March 06, 2014

    Oh my god, Constantine is one of my favourite comic characters, this is so exciting! And Neil Marshall is directing, I can’t wait!

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