• Seth Green (left) will star in Delete, a new web series from Stargate SG-1, Atlantis and Universe writers Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie. It’s about the internet becoming self-aware and becoming a threat to humanity. [via Gateworld]
• John Noble has returned to work filming Fringe season five after taking time for treatment for a sleep disorder. “I basically hit a wall, and we had to deal with it,” he tells Entertainment Weekly. “I went to the hospital, had all the tests, and we put the strategies into place to deal with both of those issues — including the space-age mask that I wear to bed now,” he continued with a laugh. “It’s pretty unsightly.” He adds, ““People were so bloody supportive,” he noted. “It was really touching.”
• David Alpay from the US version of The Borgias has been cast in season four of The Vampire Diaries. He will debut in episode four as Professor Shane, a charismatic and attractive teacher with ties to witchy Bonnie’s family. [via TVLine]
• British actress Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Without A Trace) has joined the cast of director Jose Padilha’s RoboCop remake. She’s set to start shooting her role in the reboot next month in Toronto, and will play Detroit Police Chief, Karen Dean. [via Variety]
• Stan Lee reveals that his favourite DC character is Lobo. [via Comic Book Movie]
• Robert Downey Jr has sustained an injury to his ankle on the set of Iron Man 3 in Wilmington, North Carolina while performing a stunt. There will be a short delay in the production schedule but it won’t affect the release date of the film. [via Superhero Hype]
• Game Of Thrones site Winter Is Coming has confirmed that a trio of characters not seen since season one will be returning for season three. They are Pyp (played by Josef Altin) who was was left behind at Castle Black when the rangers traveled beyond the Wall in season two; Rast (Luke McEwan), the Night’s Watchman who antagonized Jon Snow and Samwell in the first season; and Ser Barristan Selmy (Ian McElhinney), the dismissed Lord Commander of the Kingsguard.
• Series five of Merlin will, according to Colin Morgan, fearture the, “most important scenes there has ever been in terms of Merlin’s magic. Arthur is forced to confront magic a lot in this series, and that could change everything, for Merlin and for everyone.” [via CultBox]