Fox's "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" remake -- already set to become one of the great curiosities of the 2016 tv season -- has added Victoria Justice to the cast ...
And Reeve Carney ...
And Ryan McCarten ...
AND Staz Nair, who has some fame in the U.K. as a former "X Factor" contestant and has generated additional interest (or intrigue) since joining the new season of "Game of Thrones."
Carney, now on "Pennydreadful," is also of particular interest: He originated the role of Peter Parker in Julie Taymor's star-crossed "Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark." He'll play Riff-Raff here.
McCarten (starring on the Disney Channel's "Liv & Maddie") and Justice will play lovebirds Brad and Janet respectively.
Nair, meanwhile, will be Rocky Horror himself, the creation of Frank-n-Furter. Laverne Cox was cast in the lead role last October.
Let's see -- who's left? Magenta and Brad Majors. Fox promised additional casting announcements shortly.
Justice -- I don't need to tell you -- was a teen star of considerable wattage -- "Zoey 101," "iCarly," and "Victorious." Her post-teen role in MTV's "Eye Candy" (the picture above) based on the R.L.Stine book of the same name did not last -- cancelled after a brief run last April.
"Rocky Horror," meanwhile, arrives on Fox this fall. No launch date yet. Lou Adler, Kenny Ortega and Gail Berman will produce (Gail: Former Fox chief...)