Maggie Grace is plotting a return to broadcast TV in a CBS medical drama. The Lost and Taken actress has been cast in Code Black, CBS’ pilot set in one of the busiest ERs in the nation. Grace plays the ER’s residency director, “a force of nature and a force to be reckoned with.” She joins the recently cast Marcia Gay Harden in the project. Code Black is described as a medical
“Matthew Cooke & I are so excited to share our engagement with you guys! I could not feel more grateful to share my life with this incredible man.” the 31-year-old Taken actress captioned the photo on her Instagram. “We’re all fancied up for @globalgreen tonight so we thought – let’s ask our friend to take a fancy photo! Since we’ve got the photo thing covered should we just elope?!” she
Orion Releasing has picked up the North American rights to the comedy We’ll Never Have Paris, the directorial debut of Big Bang Theory star Simon Helberg. Helberg also wrote and stars in the indie, which was co-directed by his wife, Jocelyn Towne, and is based on the couple’s real life love story. The movie co-stars Melanie Lynskey, Zachary Quinto, Alfred Molina, Jason Ritter and Maggie Grace. According to Orion, the
Maggie Grace is set to reprise her role in the third and final installment of the Taken movie franchise. Grace, who played star Liam Neeson’s daughter in the first two movies, is the first cast member with a deal in place to rejoin Neeson in the 20th Century Fox/EuropaCorp threequel, which eyes start of filming at the end of the month. Separately, Californication alumna Grace has been tapped as the female lead opposite Charlie Cox in CBS‘ untitled Wall
Maggie Grace attends Global Green USA’s 11th Annual Pre-Oscar party at Avalon on February 26, 2014 in Hollywood, California.