Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch on ‘True Detective,’ HBO confirms

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SHARE Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch on ‘True Detective,’ HBO confirms

HBO confirmed Monday that the second season of “True Detective” has its full cast in place.

Joining Colin Farrell as a detective and Vince Vaughn as a criminal are Vaughn’s “Wedding Crashers” co-star Rachel McAdams as a cop and Taylor Kitsch as a highway patrol officer.Kelly Reilly(“Flight”) plays Vaughn’s actress wife.

Production is underway in California on eight episodes, dealing with “a web of conspiracy in the aftermath of a murder,” per HBO.

Gannett News Service

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