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Keanu Reeves takes rare TV role in historical thriller

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Reeves will portray Daniel H. Burnham, an architect. The other central role, that of convicted murderer Dr. H.H. Holmes, has yet to be cast. Leonardo DiCaprio acquired the rights in 2010, with the aim of starring in a big-screen version as Holmes.
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Keanu Reeves Takes Rare TV Role In Historical Thriller

Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio and Reeves are among the series’ producers.

2 months ago·United States
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Keanu Reeves takes rare TV role in historical thriller

Reeves will portray Daniel H. Burnham, an architect ‘trying to make his mark on history’ with his designs for the fair

2 months ago·Canada
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Keanu Reeves to appear in historical TV thriller

Keanu Reeves will star in a TV adaptation of “The Devil in the White City,” the bestselling nonfiction thriller about ambition, a killer and the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago.

2 months ago·Bangladesh
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Keanu Reeves takes rare TV role in historical thriller

Keanu Reeves will star in a TV adaptation of “The Devil in the White City,” the bestselling nonfiction thriller about ambition, a killer and the 1893 World's

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Keanu Reeves Takes Rare TV Role in Historical Thriller

LOS ANGELES — Keanu Reeves will star in a TV adaptation of "The Devil in the White City," the bestselling nonfiction thriller about ambition, a killer and the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago. Reeves will portray Daniel H. Burnham, an architect "trying to make his mark on history" with his designs fo

2 months ago·New York, United States
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