Here is little information about Jodi’s new movie Bleed. More details about the movie have not been released yet.
Type: Feature Movie LB
Start Date: 5/1/17
Wrap Date: 6/2/17
Director: Bobby Roth
Cast: Jodi Lyn O’Keefe, Robert Knepper, Amaury Nolasco, Rockmond Dunbar, Robert Patrick, Andy Mackenzie.
Jodi is working on a new movie with Robert Knepper and Amaury Nolasco and the movie’s called “Bleed”.
She shared a photo from behind the scene with Robert and Amaury. Also Amaury Nolasco shared a little video.
More information about the movie coming soon.
I had written six weeks ago. Jodi is guest starting on the TV show Lucifer. TVGuide added her role and episode: Season 1, Episode 3 The Would-Be Prince of Darkness. She will play as Ronnie.
Episode airs in 13 days: MONDAY, FEB 8, 9:00PM – FOX
Jodi is guest starting on the TV show Lucifer. She said that at the panel yesterday.
Her role has not yet been announced.
Lucifer is an upcoming American television series that is scheduled to premiere on Fox on January 25, 2016.
Thanks for the info Nicole.
The latest series announced to be brought back to the small screen will be Prison Break. The first season followed genius Michael Scofield, played by Wentworth Miller, as he intentionally got himself sent to prison so that he could break out his brother Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) who was on death row. Subsequent seasons followed the pair as they were on the run from the law, had to escape a prison from Panama, and then tried to take down the company that were behind everything.
Actress Jodi Lyn O’Keefe joined the show in season three as Gretchen Morgan, a cruel and dangerous woman. As her story progressed we found out some of the reasons behind her actions, but like most characters you could never quite trust her. O’Keefe was in the UK this weekend at London Film and Comic Con and shared with us just how keen she is to return for the latest version of the show.
You were heavily involved in Prison Break, where did Gretchen end up again?
There’s talk that that too is making a comeback.
(Nods head) That’s what I hear. I hear we’re coming back.
Are you interested in going back?
I would for sure go back. That’s my favourite television show. They only have to ask and I’m on-board.
We can’t help but think that there was something about her nod and the phrase ‘we’re’ coming back that suggests that O’Keefe may have already signed onto the revival.
By Kat Smith
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