Josh Stamberg, who co-starred in Showtime’s The Affair, has been added to the cast of Stephanie Turner’s drama, Justine, along with Bridget Kallal and Ravi Cabot-Conyers. Scandal‘s Darby Stanchfield, Glynn Turman, newcomer Daisy Prescott, and Turner also star in the film about a single mom who takes a job as a caretaker to Justine, a young girl with Spina Bifida, in what turns out to be a racist household. At first an unlikely pair, the two become friends and ultimately help one another grow and change. Robert Luketic, Angie Edgar, and Turner are producing while Turman is serving as exec producer. Stamberg, who also recurred on NBC’s Parenthood and CMT’s Nashville, is repped by Innovative and Suskin Management
Ali Skovbye (Man In The High Castle) and Taylor Mosby (The Last O.G.) are have signed on for Fox 2000’s The Impossible joining Chrissy Metz, Josh Lucas, Mike Colter and Topher Grace. The Roxann Dawson-directed film is based on The Impossible: The Miraculous Story of a Mother’s Faith and Her Child’s Resurrection novel by Joyce Smith, the true story about the miraculous recovery of Smith’s 14-year old son who fell through a frozen lake in Missouri one winter and was proclaimed lifeless. Through prayer and faith, she sat by her son’s bedside until his heart started beating again. Skovbye and Mosby will play two of John’s best friends who want to help him and his family in whatever way they can after he suddenly falls through the frozen lake. Grant Nieport adapting the screenplay which DeVon Franklin is producing. Skovbye is repped by Primary Wave Entertainment and Play Management. Mosby is also repped by Primary Wave as well as Coast to Coast Talent.