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In addition to the 'Law and Order: SVU' alum, other fresh faces in the next chapter of the HBO series include Lucy Griffiths, Peter Menseh, Valentina Cervi and Christopher Heyerdahl.
The former 'Law and Order: Special Victims Unit' actor will play 'an ancient, powerful vampire' on the HBO drama series.
'Out with the old and in with the new, good bye dark hair it's been fun,' writes the 'Twilight Saga' actor in the caption of a self-portrait which sees him showing off his new hairdo.
The 'X-Men' helmer is finalizing a deal to serve as a director and an executive producer for the remake project which recently got a pilot order from NBC.
The sneak peek at Steve McQueen's erotic drama brings forth a scene wherein Michael Fassbender shares an intense eye contact with a pretty woman in a subway.
The former 'Law and Order: Special Victims Unit' actor is allegedly circling a role as a powerful vampire in season 5 of the HBO series.
The former will not return as Detective Elliot Stabler in season 13 of the NBC show, while the latter is set to appear as a professor of religious studies in season 6 of the Showtime crime series.
Trapped in their routines, men at English countryside turn their attentions to Tamara Drewe who has been transformed from an ugly duckling into a devastating beauty.
Most of the new scenes see Sam Flynn who rides his bike at night until he arrives at his home.
The list they are included in will be the last one announced before the show takes over on Sunday, August 29.
The Det. Eliot Stabler of 'Law and Order: Special Victims Unit' clarifies what he said during an interview with Australian newspaper, stating that he is not quitting the cop drama.
The 49-year-old actor admits that he never serves as a jury even though he has asked for it, saying 'That's never happened. They just take a look at me and say, 'Thank you for trying'.'
Mariska Hargitay reckons that her character Olivia Benson will be devastated if Meloni's Elliot Stabler is no longer in the unit.