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Other Brucey links:
The Librarians (Role Unknown) (Set to air this winter, TNT)
The Escort (Charles) (movie is in post-production and likely to be released by next summer). Bruce plays loveable, hooker-loving Charles in this romantic comedy.
Mission Control (Role and number of episodes unknown) (Bruce isn’t listed among the main cast but has said he appears in the show; possibly as a featured player?) (Set to air as a mid-season replacement, spring of ‘15, NBC): An Anchorman-like series in which a woman butts heads with a macho astronaut while trying to work her way up the ladder at NASA in the ’60s.
Welcome to Purgatory: (Role Unknown) Bruce will be among the ensemble cast in this fantasy movie that features an ultimate battle between the forces of heaven and hell.
Evil Dead: The Series (Ash Williams) (In the writing stage) (Likely to film over the winter and into the early spring to be prepped for pilot season in ‘15).
Bubba Nosferatu (Elvis Presley): No start date, but Bruce has said he will star in this prequel that sees Elvis battle she-vampires.
Vagabond: Bruce has said that the sequel to “If Chins Could Kill” will be out “sometime next year”, though no further info has come forth since his last q&a mention of it.
Bruce Vs Frankenstein: (“Bruce Campbell”) The My Name Is Bruce sequel has been on the backburner for a bit. There was a rumor that circulated about a script being approved, but no official word yet if this is true.
The Last of Us: (Role unknown) Sam Raimi has mentioned that he wants to cast Bruce in a major role in his version of the popular video game. Casting is currently in progress.
Bruce Campbell Battles Heaven and Hell In ‘Welcome to Purgatory’
Adding on to Bruce’s long list of upcoming projects, he’s signed on to do the film Welcome to Purgatory for Evil Dead/Michigan Mafia alumni/Hostel producer Scott Spiegel’s Cupsogue Pictures.
According to Bloody Disgusting, “Welcome to Purgatory follows three new arrivals – Willis, Taylor and Danni – as they navigate this fresh vision of the Afterlife, helped along the way by Guardian Paul. The gates of Heaven & Hell have been broken and the Afterlife is in ruins. The new arrivals must find a way to put things right to prevent an eternal battle between good and evil.”
The sprawling cast already includes James Buckley, Jillian Murray, Nathan Jones, Jack O’Halloran, and Stephen Marcus, and will be directed by British director Gene Fallaize.
Sam Raimi mentioned several times during the ComicCon panel that he’d like to cast Bruce in the movie version of the video game The Last of Us, which he’ll be co-producing.
Since schedules change and Bruce will likely be very very busy if the Evil Dead pilot sells next spring, let’s chalk this up as a question mark with a better-than-average possible outcome, since Sam’s in charge.