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Back in March 2014, Disney announced that The Incredibles 2 is finally moving forward, with The Incredibles writer-director Brad Bird returning to the helm. While there is still much we don't know about the animated movie sequel, the studio announced today that The Incredibles 2 will hit theaters on June 21, 2019. As of now, no other movies have been slated for release on that day, but it comes just one week after Warner Bros.' Justice League Part 2 opens on June 14, 2019.
Writer-director Brad Bird revealed last month that the Incredibles 2 script is almost done. It isn't known yet if the filmmaker has finished his work on the script, or when we might get the first story details. He did tease in April that his sequel will examine superhero movie trends, which is fitting since his sequel will open between DC's Justice League Part 2 and Marvel's Inhumans (July 12, 2019).
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Back in April, The Incredibles director Brad Bird revealed he has started the screenplay for the long-awaited sequel The Incredibles 2. While it has been 11 years since the original animated hit debuted in theaters, fans are still hungry for a follow-up to this superhero adventure, and while we still don't know when it may hit theaters, the sequel is most certainly happening. During a new interview with Collider, Brad Bird revealed he is almost done with his first draft of the script, although he wouldn't reveal any story details.
"I have the story arc. I'm probably three-quarters through the script, first pass through the script, but we're already boarding parts of it. I've got a lot of people that worked on the first one working on it, so we're all having a good time with it."
Looks like nostalgia just isn't enough.
NBC has canceled their planned "Coach" reboot, despite an initial 13-episode order. The new show would've brought back original series creator Barry Kemp, as well as stars Craig T. Nelson and Bill Fagerbakke. There have been rumors that production was not going well due to creative issues.
The new "Coach" would've been a sequel to the original, which aired from 1989 to 1997. Nelson's character, Hayden Fox, is retired, but called back as an assistant coach to his son.
From the beginning, the revival seemed like a bad idea. At TCA a few weeks ago, one reporter asked NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt if it was a practical joke. "One man's practical joke is another man's hit show," he said. "It's a way to do another variation on a family show with, I think, a truly talented star and a great showrunner and a presold title. »
- Kelly Woo
Dateline reports that the decision follows rumblings of creative differences on the sitcom. Only a pilot episode was filmed. While Craig T. Nelson had a deal to be paid for all 13 episodes, the rest of the cast -- Andrew Ridings, Malcolm Barrett, Morgan Smith, and original series cast member Bill Fagerbakke -- will only be paid for the pilot. Read More… »
NBC has decided to sack its Coach revival series because of "creative issues," Variety reports. The network had ordered a baker's dozen of episodes, with original lead Craig T. Nelson coming back to star in what was described as more of a sequel than a reboot. The show, slated for a mid-season debut, was supposed to pick up 18 years after Coach had left ABC, with Nelson's character leaving retirement to become the assistant coach of his son's Ivy League team in Pennsylvania. Only a pilot episode had been filmed, but it was reportedly getting mixed internal reviews — those, on top of public skepticism raised by critics earlier at this year's TCA tour. NBC's president Bob Greenblatt notably defended the show, commenting: "It’s a way to do another variation on a family show with, I think, a truly talented star and a great showrunner and a presold title." Streaming service, »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Looks like NBC is keeping Coach retired. Numerous news outlets have confirmed that the Peacock’s planned revival of the 1990s comedy series, which starred Craig T. Nelson, has been cancelled. The new series, which was expected to debut at some point at midseason on NBC, would have served as a continuation of the original series, with Nelson’s Hayden Fox being brought out of retirement to be an assistant coach to his now adult son, Tim. In the revival, Tim was starting up a new football team at an Ivy League school in Pennsylvania and taking on the role of the team’s head coach. The Coach revival was given a straight-to-series order by NBC back in March, with 13 episode set to be made. However, only a pilot of the series was filmed before the show continued production. Reportedly, disappointed reactions to the pilot, along with creative issues behind-the-scenes of the series, »
- Chris King
Given a straight-to-series thirteen-episode order this March and slated for a midseason debut, Nelson was set to reprise his role as Coach Hayden Fox in the series which would serve as a sequel to rather than a reboot of the original.
Currently mid-way through production, THR indicates early work on the show was only garnering mixed reviews internally and creative issues have now led to a change of heart by the network.
Debuting in 1989, the original series ran nine seasons on ABC for 198 episodes. The new "Coach" was one several revival series set to debut in coming months including "The X-Files" event series sequel on Fox, NBC's "Heroes Reborn" and Netflix's "Fuller House". »
- Garth Franklin
The nostalgia train just lost a car. NBC is no longer going forward with its Coach reboot, E! News has confirmed. The reboot would have followed Coach Fox (Craig T. Nelson, reprising his original role) as he came out of retirement to help his son coach a new football team at a school in Pennsylvania. NBC had ordered thirteen episodes of the new series, but only produced a pilot and then decided to scrap the project entirely. According to Deadline, Nelson will still be paid for all thirteen episodes. Coach ran on ABC from 1989 to 1997, and starred Nelson as the coach of a Big Ten football team at Minnesota State University. The series' original writer, Barry Kemp, was »
Coach has been sacked.
NBC has cancelled the followup to the ’90s comedy, starring Craig T. Nelson, our sister site Deadline reports.
The new series found Nelson’s Hayden being called out of retirement to serve as assistant coach to his and late wife Christine’s grown son, Tim, who was starting up a new team as the head coach at an Ivy League school in Pennsylvania.
Although the midseason project received a straight-to-series, 13-episode order, only a pilot was filmed. It was met with mixed results, »
NBC has pulled the plug on its revival of “Coach.” The network had given the series, a continuation of the ’90s ABC sitcom starring Craig T. Nelson, a 13-episode series order. The new “Coach” was given the greenlight in March. The series was to follow Nelson’s character from the original series, Hayden Fox, as he emerged from retirement to join his son (Andrew Ridings from “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”) on the football coaching staff of an Ivy League team. Original cast member Bill Fagerbakke was signed to revive his role as dim-witted assistant coach Dauber Dybinski. Original series creator Barry Kemp was producing. »
- Daniel Holloway
A new Coach sitcom won’t be coming to NBC after all. The network, which in April ordered a follow-up to 1990s comedy with a 13-episode straight-to-series order, today scrapped the project, I have learned. The show’s cast and producers have started getting the news this evening. The decision comes after weeks of rumblings about creative issues on the project, which has filmed only a pilot episode. Original star Craig T. Nelson toplined the new show, written by the original… »
NBC's Coach revival will not be moving forward. The network has opted to cancel the straight-to-series follow-up starring Craig T. Nelson, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Barry Kemp — who created the original series that ran on ABC for nine seasons — was attached to write the NBC follow-up and exec produce the Universal Television multicamera series with Nelson. See more Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2015-16 The series was poised to pick up 18 years after Coach went off the air in 1997 following a nearly 200-episode run. Nelson's beleaguered football coach has now retired and is called
- Lesley Goldberg
The Return of Count Yorga – Scream Factory Goes Old School with October Blu-ray Release
Scream Factory PresentsThe Return of Count Yorga On Blu-ray October 13, 2015 Starring Robert Quarry, Mariette Hartley and Craig T. Nelson A horrifying love story… with bite! Scream Factory proudly presents The Return of Count Yorga in its North American Blu-ray debut on October 13, 2015. The sequel to the hit 1970 original film ...
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According to the press release sent to us, Yorga-nna love this one! The always reliable gang at Scream Factory are set to release The Return Of Count Yorga to Bluray this October 13th, marking the first time the sequel to the 1970 film Count Yorga has seen an HD release in North America. The film, which sees Robert Quarry’s villainous Deathmaster wreak havoc on Santa Ana this time around, and also features the on screen debut of Poltergeist star, Craig T. Nelson. It’s always a fun one to watch and if we all know the Sf gang, the disc is sure to look good and perhaps have a few goodies to go with the film. Read on!
- Jerry Smith
Two of my favorite Aip horror movies, Count Yorga, Vampire and The Return of Count Yorga, are both making their way to Blu-ray this October. Scream Factory will be handling the release of the sequel and we now have final release details, including the list of bonus features.
"A horrifying love story… with bite! Scream Factory proudly presents The Return of Count Yorga in its North American Blu-ray debut on October 13, 2015. The sequel to the hit 1970 original film Count Yorga, Vampire, the Deathmaster makes his triumphant return in this release, complete with special features including an audio commentary with film historian Steve Haberman and actor Rudy De Luca (Dracula: Dead and Loving It).
- Jonathan James
Better Off Ted alum Malcolm Barrett has landed a series regular role opposite Craig T. Nelson in Universal TV’s new Coach series for NBC. Barrett will play Waddell, president of the university. Written by the original series creator Barry Kemp, the 13-episode series is set in the present, picking up 18 years after the ABC sitcom went off the air after nine seasons. Coach Fox (Nelson) — now retired from coaching — is called back to become assistant coach to his grown son… »
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