The acclaimed FX anthology series “Fargo” has cast its lead roles for the show’s second season. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons will star in the Noah Hawley series.
Dunst is known mainly for her work on the big screen, including a Golden Globe-nominated supporting role in “Interview With the Vampire” and starring roles in romantic comedies including “Drop Dead Gorgeous” and “Bring It On.” She has also kept busy with guest roles on TV, appearing on shows including “ER” and “Portlandia.”
Plemons was a regular on “Friday Night Lights” and had a key role in the final season of “Breaking Bad.”
“Production will begin in Calgary in January with the 10-episode series set to premiere next fall on FX,” THR reports. “Hawley will return as showrunner with exec producers including Joel and Ethan Coen, Warren Littlefield and John Cameron. Additional castings are expected to be announced soon.”