The first official trailer for Sophia’s new movie Marshall has officially been released. She plays a character named Jennifer who has a small part in the storyline of the film according to Soph’s Instagram post. The film is set to be released October of this year. Who else is excited to see Soph in a new film, especially one that looks like it’s going to be a good one?
Huge casting news out of the Chicago PD world today, as FanSided’s sister site Entertainment Weekly has confirmed reports that Sophia Bush is out of the show.
Sophia Bush has played Detective Erin Lindsay from the start of Chicago PD, and is the show’s female lead, which means the series will be down a major figure when it returns for Season 5 this fall.
EW didn’t report on the reason behind Bush’s departure and noted that NBC has no official comment on her exit.
But it was set up in the Season 4 finale, where Lindsay accepted a job working for the FBI in order to protect her mother Bunny Fletcher (Markie Post) from federal charges—so it would seem that this is something that’s been in the works for a while.
Soph made a brief appearance at the beginning of the Chicago Justice season finale this past Sunday. I have added HD logoless screencaptures to the gallery. Enjoy!
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Chicago P.D.’ Finale Sneak Peek! Lindsay’s Mom Becomes Prime Suspect No. 1 After a Shooting
Mother doesn’t always know best.
On Wednesday’s season finale of Chicago P.D., Erin Lindsay (Sophia Bush) is faced with a situation no daughter should have to navigate: Her mother, Bunny (Markie Post), suddenly finds herself a murder suspect after her boyfriend is shot.
In ET’s exclusive sneak peek, Lindsay’s mom frantically calls her law enforcement-employed daughter, unsure of what to do and afraid of what’s about to come.
“I need you to come here. I need you right now!” Bunny desperately tells her daughter over the phone, before telling Lindsay that her beau “is dead.” (Spoiler: He’s alive — but barely!) But when Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) arrives at Bunny’s door instead of her daughter, she’s even more confused about why Lindsay wasn’t the one to come to her side.
Calls for an ambulance come almost immediately and Bunny is treated like prime suspect No. 1. “I did not do this! I just came home!” she pleads with Voight and his fellow officers.
Question is, is she telling the truth? Watch the rest of the scene to find out.
Chicago P.D. airs its season four finale Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.
Head over to ET to check out the sneak peek from the Chicago PD finale.