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Revolution’s Casting is Justified
I’m pleased as punch to here NBC’s Revolution is seeking a couple of Justified actors to fill some minor roles in the show’s first season. Is it awesome? You bet it is! You’ll be excited too when you hear exactly who has been hired to join the future drama. Though you’d be hard pressed to find someone from Justified’s impressive cast who wouldn’t be great to have around, there are still those that tend to stand out amongst the crowd. The only trouble is, this worries me we won’t see them as much on Justified, particularly in the case of one the actors. Care to know which one?
I think we can all agree David Meunier does a fantastic job as Johnny Crowder. He’s easily one of my favorite recurring characters of the FX show. But he’s joining Revolution as recurring character as well, so how does that affect his availability? Is it possible this will cause a decrease in Johnny sightings in Justified’s upcoming fourth season? I’m hoping not, but who knows for certain? Considering Johnny’s importance, I’m leaning toward thinking he’ll make at least a couple appearances. As for his Revolution character, he’ll be playing Strasser, a tough, psychotic militiaman working for General Monroe (David Lyons), as reported by EW.
The second Justified actor is David Andrews. He’ll be turning up on Revolution in a guest-starring role. He’ll play O’Halloran, a family man and former cop. Since he’ll be around just for the one episode, his chances of going back to playing former Sheriff Napier is highly likely.
Revolution was created by Eric Kripke and is being produced by J.J. Abrams, a wonder team if ever there was one. Iron Man director Jon Favreau directed the pilot episode, which will premiere Monday, Sept. 17. It takes place fifteen years after an unknown phenomenon disabled all technology on the planet. Now warlords rule parts of the world, while some seek to find out what happened fifteen years ago. The Revolution pilot is actually available for viewing online.