According to the Deadline report, the idea for the spinoff stems from Primary Wave Entertainment, which manages Union.
Behind the project are big-time producer Jerry Bruckheimer (who also produced the Guillermo, Founder and Manager of The Reel Word, lives and breathes all things screen and pop culture.
role, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent Syd.
The Michael Bay-directed sequel saw Syd dating Detective Lieutenant Mike Lowrey (Will Smith), who wanted their relationship kept hidden from his partner/her brother, Detective Lieutenant Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence).
Roger Farraday is a player in a high-end fantasy spy game. Long Island housewife Andrea says that their joint mission was the first time she’d ever met the victim and that afterwards, Farraday told her he had an additional mission to deliver a briefcase.
He’s been avoiding the phone calls of his publisher/ex-wife, Gina, like the plague.
But it’s not paranoia if someone’s really after you.
[break] Beckett and Castle believe they’ve been looking at the case all wrong.
Beckett believes he’s working awfully hard to see her in a swimsuit. He says, “If you are not comfortable in a swimsuit, you can just skinny dip.” He’s so thoughtful.
He’s also out of luck since Beckett is still dating Detective Tom Demming and, of course, there’s a murder that needs solving. At the Spy Ventures office, Hugo Morrison, the employee who acted as Farraday’s handler, says his last mission was a bus locker drop with a player named Andrea Fisher.