Eloise Mumford will play the hometown friend of Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer)
Fifty Shades of Grey actress Eloise Mumford has been tapped for a recurring role on Chicago Fire, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Mumford will recur as Hope Jacquinot, an old friend of paramedic Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer). She is described as a playful, charming girl-next-door turned up a notch who has sprung free of her tiny hometown in Indiana to hit the streets of Chicago.
This marks the first casting for the NBC series ahead of its September return. After a dramatic cliffhanger that left the fate of several characters in question, Chicago Fire kicks off its sixth season on Sept. 28.
Danny Elfman will be returning music as the composer for the upcoming sequel Fifty Shades Freed. The film is directed by James Foley (Glengarry Glenn Ross, Confidence) who also helmed this year’s Fifty Shades Darker and stars Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Arielle Kebbel, Kim Basinger, Brant Daugherty and Luke Grimes. The movie continues the story from 2015’s Fifty Shades of Grey and this year’s Fifty Shades Darker, which Elfman also scored. Fifty Shades Freed is set to be released on February 9, 2018 by Universal Pictures.