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PRISON BREAK: REMEMBERING THE FOX RIVER EIGHT

Memories...

One of the truly climactic moments in television history was the breakout – when Michael Scofield, Lincoln Burrows and the rest of the Prison Break escapees busted out of Fox River Penitentiary. For those whose lives haven’t been the same since Prison Break signed off, the show’s prop department has created the ultimate keepsake: the official prison records of the inmates made exclusively for the series. The set is being auctioned off with a bunch of other Prison Break swag – but while the infamous Fox River Eight may be gone, their records are permanent (just like in school). Check out the auction now by clicking here. Do you miss Prison Break?

'Prison Break' Star Wentworth Miller Leads Double Life, With Two Scripts In Play

Is Wentworth Miller a writer trapped inside the body of an actor, plotting an escape? Miller, best known for starring in the Fox series Prison Break, now has two scripts in play, each of which he wrote under the pseudonym Ted Foulke. Foulke’s Stoker, which has Carey Mulligan and Jodie Foster attached, has gotten some ink. It’s the story of an eccentric teen whose enigmatic and estranged uncle who returns to the family after the death of the girl’s father. Foulke (Miller) has also writtenUncle Charlie, a prequel to Stoker that explores another chapter in the history of an unusual family that has a knack for burying secrets, as well as bodies. Fox Searchlight is in talks to acquire both scripts, but I’m told they aren’t the only ones circling. The projects, being shopped by Foulke’s ICM reps, will likely land in the same place, since there are overlapping characters. The agency isn’t confirming that Foulke is Miller, but guess which agency reps the actor? Miller, who just wrapped Resident Evil: Afterlife, apparently wants to lead a double life as an actor and scribe.

‘Prison Break’ Star Wentworth Miller Leads Double Life, With Two Scripts In Play.

Article by Mike Fleming