What’s Next for the ‘Big Love’ Cast

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A look at the future projects in store for the stars of HBO's polygamy drama.

HBO’s Big Love is over, so what’s next for the cast? THR has the scoop:

Bill Paxton
He recently completed work on Steven Soderbergh’s spy thriller Haywire (due this summer), which stars MMA fighter Gina Carano as a black ops soldier on a mission of revenge after she’s double-crossed by one of her teammates.
Jeanne Tripplehorn
She headlines the indie drama, Morning, costarring Laura Linney. The film — which focuses five days in the life of an American couple following the accidental death of their child – has its next screening at the Dallas International Film Festival (March 31-Apr. 10).
Chloë Sevigny
She is currently developing an HBO miniseries about Lizzie Borden, the 19th century woman who was accused (and acquitted) of murdering her father and stepmother with a hatchet. The project is in its early stages with Playtone, the Tom Hanks-and-Gary Goetzman production company that produced Love.
Ginnifer Goodwin
In May, she releases Something Borrowed, a dramedy costarring Kate Hudson, and has another project, the historical drama The Castle, in the bag. She also has signed on for the ABC drama pilot, Once Upon a Time, about a woman who is drawn into a town where the magic and mystery of fairytales may be real and hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of her troubled past."