With filming set to begin later this month, Ben Stiller continues to build up the cast to join him the remake of Danny Kaye's 1947 film "The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty," and one more name has come on board.
Terence Bernie Hines has joined Stiller and the rest of the strong ensemble which includes Kristen Wiig, Adam Scott, Patton Oswalt, Shirley MacLaine and Kathryn Hahn. This new version of the story will center on a mild-mannered photo manager at LIFE magazine, who is walked over by nearly everyone in his life, but finds his escape through his daydreams where he can, through imagination, live any kind of life he chooses — unfortunately, those idle thoughts seem to cause him even more strife than when he's back in reality. Hines's role will find him in the offices of the magazine, playing Gary Manheim, a graphic designer and work buddy of Stiller's character.
Hines is probably best known for his role as Moe in the Farrelly Brothers' "Stuck On You," and he'll be seen next in "Rushlights" with Beau Bridges. Hines is repped by Ellis Talent Group and Judy O Productions, and filming on 'Walter Mitty' will take place in New York.