It looks like they're investing heavily in the project, as Keoghan is joined Imogen Poots (28 Weeks Later) and the Oscar-nominated Diane Lane (Batman vs Superman, Justice League).
FX announced Wednesday that she'll play Senator Jennifer Brown in the highly anticipated adaptation of the acclaimed comic series Y: The Last Man.
Created in comics form by Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra, Y focuses on Yorick, an amateur escape artist who has become the lone male human survivor after a mysterious plague killed off everyone else with a Y chromosome - including all male animals. Keoghan is on the verge of becoming a breakout star, but he's a surprising choice for Yorick with his two biggest roles to date being humble George from Dunkirk and the super creepy Martin in The Killing of a Sacred Deer. Both roles earned him a spot on Variety's "10 Actors to Watch" for 2017. Keoghan is repped by WME, Management 360 and Troika UK.
Rounding out the cast outside the Brown family, Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel) will play Agent 355, a Secret Service agent who takes on Yorick's protection. She is a tough and confident EMT who nurses a deep emotional trauma that often leads her to cross personal and professional lines. Her television credits include Showtime's "Roadies", BBC's "Miss Austen Regrets", and BBC's "Christopher and His Kind". Poots is with CAA and Troika. A Junior Senator in her first term, Senator Brown has already made a name for herself in political circles for her willingness to put personal ideals above politics. Like Hero, she's got a really interesting trajectory in the comics and one that doesn't go where you'd expect. She is repped by UTA. She is repped by ICM, Alan Siegel Entertainment, and BWH Agency.
Now living in a world entirely filled with women, Yorick heads out on a mission to discover why the tragedy befell the world and to look for his girlfriend Beth, who he last heard was halfway across the world in Australia.
Says Stoltenberg: "We have agreed that we're committed to the pledge increasing defence spending to 2 percent". Arriving at Nato, Ms Merkel sought to put her countries ties to the western alliance in historical context.
Hours later, Erdogan announced the make-up a new streamlined cabinet which included his son-in-law as finance minister. On Monday, he took the presidential oath of office to become Turkey's first president under its new system.
The around US$14 million is not an insignificant sum, but represents only a tiny portion of the Pentagon's US$700 billion budget. The U.S. now maintains about 28,500 troops in South Korea to deter North Korean aggression and also add to regional stability.
The cold realities of business opportunities, and not historic nostalgia, will decide India's future engagements with the UK. Speaker John Bercow said MPs were unhappy that the White Paper had not yet been made available.
The Guardian quotes her as saying, "I have experienced myself how a part of Germany was controlled by the Soviet Union". But at the bilateral meeting he exulted: "We have a very, very good relationship with the Chancellor.
He did not say if the coach , the only adult with the boys for nine days before they found, was able to dive and walk out unaided. Thai Navy SEALs also posted photos and a video of some of their operations in the cave on their Facebook page Wednesday.
However, unlike England at the 1990 tournament, it was again third-time lucky thanks to Mario Mandzukic's 109th-minute goal . It is highly unlikely the first trophy in your career is going to be the World Cup .
Shares of Papa John's Pizza (PZZA) fell almost 6 percent after the report, and ended Wednesday trading down 4.8 percent. A spokeswoman for this marketing company, Laundry Service , told Insider that they have no comment on the Forbes story.
Liverpool willing to pay 90 million for Juventus' Dybala
A £53m deal with Lyon fell through at the last minute prior to the World Cup due to concerns over his medical and knee history. It remains unclear whether Liverpool will make another move for Fekir after the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer.
Stolen sensitive drone files sold on dark web
The stolen documents themselves are not classified, but could still pose a security threat if they fell into the wrong hands. It is unclear, however, if any of the data was copied or shared. "He was attempting to get rid of it as soon as possible".
India approved strong net neutrality rules
India has adopted recommendations strongly backing net neutrality that experts say could be the "strongest" in the world. The Centre on Wednesday accepted the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's recommendations on net neutrality.
Tory rebels move to block Theresa May's Brexit plans
That was despite the likes of Mr Johnson and Mr Davis privately expressing their reservations about the prime minister's strategy. Conservative lawmaker Michael Fallon, an ally of May, dismissed Johnson's "Brexit dream" rallying cry.