Tom Hopper has been cast in a key role in the upcoming “Terminal List” prequel series at Amazon’s Prime Video, Variety has learned exclusively.
Hopper will star in the series, officially titled “Terminal List: Dark Wolf,” in the series regular role of Raife Hastings. Hastings is described as “a hunter, protector, guardian and Navy SEAL.”
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“Dark Wolf” was originally announced back February 2023, at the same time it was announced “The Terminal List” was being renewed for a second season. Hopper will star in the series alongside Taylor Kitsch as Ben Edwards, Chris Pratt as James Reece, and Jared Shaw as Ernest “Boozer” Vickers. All three of the other actors originated their roles in Season 1 of “The Terminal List.”
Hopper currently stars in the popular Netflix series “The Umbrella Academy,” which is prepping its fourth and final season. He also previously starred in the Starz series “Black Sails” as Billy Bones and has appeared in shows like “Game of Thrones,” “Merlin,” and “Barbarians Rising.” He has starred in films such as “Love in the Villa,” “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City,” and “Terminator: Dark Fate.”
He is repped by Gersh, Range Media Partners, Waring McKenna, and Jackoway Austen Tyerman.
“Dark Wolf” is set five years prior to the events of “The Terminal List” and focuses on Edwards as he goes from life as a SEAL to a CIA paramilitary operator. The series is co-created by Jack Carr and David DiGilio. Carr is the author of “The Terminal List” book series that serve as the basis for the original show, while DiGilio developed “The Terminal List” for television and serves as showrunner. Both Carr and DiGilio are also executive producers on “Dark Wolf,” with DiGilio showrunning the prequel as well.
Kitsch will executive produce in addition to starring, while Pratt executive produces via Indivisible Productions. Antoine Fuqua and Kat Samick executive produce through Hill District Media. Former Army Ranger Max Adams and former SEAL Shaw also serve as writers and executive producers on the series. Frederick E.O. Toye will direct the pilot and executive produce. “Dark Wolf” is a co-production from Amazon Studios and MRC Television/Civic Center, Media.
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