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Winona Ryder, 'Walking Dead' vet join HBO's David Simon miniseries
HBO has added three more big names to the cast of its already star-studded six-hour miniseries based on Lisa Belkin's 1999 Yonkers-set housing desegregation book "Show Me a Hero."
The project will be adapted by David Simon and William F. Zorzi, with Paul Haggis directing.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Winona Ryder, Jon Bernthal and Alfred Molina have all been cast, joining previously announced stars including Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener.
Ryder will play Vinni Restiano, a Yonkers councilwoman with ties to Isaac's Mayor Nick Wasicsko.
Molina will play NYPD detective turned councilman Hank Spallone.
And "Walking Dead" veteran Bernthal will play Michael Sussman, lawyer for the NAACP in the anti-segregation case against Yonkers.
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