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Hall will don huge wig and wear miniskirt to portray the central character in Michael Mayer's Tony-winning musical.
The 'Dexter' alum is set to star in the eight-episode drama which is being shopped to networks.
The title character depicter says the fact that Dexter lives in self-exile is 'pretty fitting,' though he sometimes wishes that the killer died.
Showtime entertainment president David Nevins says the potential spin-off is still in 'very preliminary' talks.
Meanwhile, Jennifer Carpenter is excited to find out how fans will react to the final season, which 'is unlike any other that we've ever shot.'
The former husband and wife took an afternoon stroll in Santa Monica, California, feeling the sun on their face as they snuggled.
The former couple, whose divorce was finalized only last month, reportedly sat in a dimly-lit corner of a restaurant and made out.
Nearly a year after Jennifer filed for divorce from Michael, the 'Dexter' co-stars have got their dissolution of marriage being finalized on Friday, December 2.
The 2003 movie by Tim Burton is expected to be a grand musical production starring the TV actor as Edward Bloom.
Vanessa Abrue works at Showtime and reportedly used to hang out with the 'Dexter' star often with a bunch of non-actors.
Rumored having an affair with 'Dexter' actor, the 'Save the Last Dance' star says, 'I have absolutely nothing to do with the split between Michael and Jennifer.'
The actors who play siblings on Showtime series 'Dexter' have in fact separated for some time and the decision to get a divorce was amicable.
His father battled prostate cancer at the age of 39 and he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma at the age of 38.
Dexter's alibi on the day Rita got murdered may not be enough evidence to stop him from being accused as the killer.
David Duchovny, Paul Schulze, Mary-Louise Parker and Michael C. Hall team up in one panel to give a glimpse of their respective shows' new season.