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Dog with a Blog: Season Three Renewal for Disney Series

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Disney Channel has renewed Dog with a Blog for a third season, reports THR. The new episodes will go into production in April with an eye on a fall debut.

Season two resumes on February 21st. It's unclear how many episodes remain in the current season or how many have been ordered for season three. The first season had 22 installments.

Dog With a Blog follows Stan (voiced by Stephen Full), a talking and blogging dog who helps a family adjust living in a blended household. The cast includes G. Hannelius, Blake Michael, Francesca Capaldi, Regan Burns, and Beth Littleford.

What do you think? Does anyone in your house enjoy this Disney series?
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Disney Channel Renews 'Dog With a Blog' (Exclusive)

Disney Channel Renews 'Dog With a Blog' (Exclusive)
Disney Channel is getting behind Dog With a Blog. The kids' cabler has greenlighted a third season of the family comedy series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Production on the new episodes begins in April, with an eye on a fall premiere. Dog With a Blog centers on a talking and blogging canine named Stan as he helps his owners, step-siblings Avery (G. Hannelius), Tyler (Blake Michael) and Chloe (Francesca Capaldi) and their parents Bennett (Regan Burns) and Ellen (Beth Littleford), adjust to blended family life and the challenges they experience at school and beyond. Stephen Full voices Stan.

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Dog with a Blog: Season Two Starts September 20th

Disney Channel has announced that the second season of their popular Dog with a Blog sitcom will debut on Friday, September 20th at 8:30pm. Upcoming guest stars for this season include Leigh-Allyn Baker and Peyton Meyer.

Dog with a Blog stars G Hannelius, Blake Michael, Francesca Capaldi, Beth Littleford, Regan Burns and Mick the dog will host a Disney Channel Friday Night of Premieres programming event that starts at 8pm on that night.

Beginning Sunday, September 15th, SeeStanBlog.com will launch "Dog With A Blog K9 Coaching." It's a follow-up to their popular game "Stan's Sneaky Blog." Playing as Stan, fans will be able to complete multiple quick, puzzle-oriented levels dedicated to helping other dogs "train their humans" to master tricks, follow commands and help out around the house.

What do you think? Are you or someone in your house excited for the
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Wrong Review

Watching a Quentin Dupieux film is always an adventure – albeit a quirky, absurd, and existential adventure. Most of the time you have absolutely no idea what’s going on, but for some reason you keep watching in an almost hypnotic state as your eyes are inexplicably glued to the screen. That’s exactly how I watched Rubber, taking in every visually confusing segment one by one which eventually created a mind-blowing final revelation come the epic conclusion (think of it as a really f*cked up jigsaw puzzle), and that’s the exact same experience one can expect from Wrong.

On the surface, Wrong is about a man named Dolph (Jack Plotnick) whose dog, Paul, has gone missing. There are no clues, no signs, and no information as to where Paul could be, but Dolph is deeply disturbed by the disappearance of his dog. As more time goes by and Dolph becomes increasingly more worried,
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Review: ‘Wrong’ Is Absurd For the Sake of Being Absurd, and That’s Not Right

Note: Rob Hunter’s review originally ran during Fantastic Fest 2012, but we’re re-running it now as the film opens in limited theatrical release. Weirdness has its place in cinema. It can be a fun element in everything from comedies to horror films or used to add a lighter texture to serious topics, but the one thing it can’t be is the only thing. Quentin Dupieux‘s first feature, the innocuously titled Rubber, is one of the most absurd films of the past several years. Its core plot follows a tire that comes to life and begins exploding peoples’ heads via telekinesis, but it’s also an extremely smart commentary on consumer and audience expectations. The goofiness just makes it funnier. Dupieux’s follow-up is equally weird with random character dialogue and actions that make zero sense, visual gags that go unexplained and plot story threads that go nowhere in particular. A
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Wrong Review

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[This is a re-post of my review from the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.  Wrong opens today in limited release.] In 2010, Quentin Dupieux's Rubber hit the screen to critical acclaim. The acclaim was mostly along the lines of "The best killer tire movie you'll ever see." Despite its odd-ball premise and protagonist, Rubber did seem to have cohesive subtext about criticizing the audience and purposely messing with their expectations. By contrast, Dupieux's new movie, Wrong, is all killer tire and hardly anything to say. That's doesn't make it a bad flick. Strangeness along the lines of a killer tire can still be pretty funny, and Wrong's off-kilter reality offers plenty of laughs. It's just too silly and devoted to strangeness to make any exploration of a convoluted subtext worth considering. Somewhere in all the bizarre behavior is a comprehensible plot. Dolph (Jack Plotnick) has lost his dog Paul and is desperate to find him. That's about as tethered as the movie gets to our reality. Around this understandable
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Faux-provocative ‘Wrong’ only serves to aggravate its audience

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Wrong

Directed by Quentin Dupieux

Written by Quentin Dupieux

USA, 2012

The new film Wrong, from writer-director Quentin Dupieux, is less a movie and more a feature-length experiment in provocative trolling. If you find the film deliberately, obnoxiously unpleasant, well, you’re just a fuddy-duddy. You can’t accept the intentionally odd tone as being a charming bit of anti-comedy. Disliking the film is playing into Dupieux’s plan, it seems, which makes the whole project even more bothersome. Even leaving aside its awkward yet pushy attitude, Wrong is perilously close to being a parody of an experimental, faux-Lynchian arthouse film, full of elliptical, meaningless character motivations and dialogue, amounting to nothing.

Jack Slotnick plays Dolph, a shiftless man who wakes up one morning and discovers that his beloved dog, Paul, is missing. His neighbor Mike (Regan Burns), offers no help and seems more willing to get into a verbal confrontation
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Wrong | Review

Something is a bit off in Dolph's (Jack Plotnick) world when he wakes up at 7:60am and realizes that his best friend Paul, his dog, is missing. Paul never takes off on his own, so Dolph is afraid that something horrible has happened to him. A strange encounter with Dolph's neighbor Mike (Regan Burns) -- who seems unable to admit that he jogs -- rattles his nerves more, but that is only the tip of the iceberg of unhinged absurdity. When Dolph calls the Jesus Organic Pizza, things grow increasingly weirder. Purportedly to distract himself from Paul's disappearance, Dolph begins to pose seemingly unimportant questions regarding the company's logo (leaving the more obvious questions regarding Jesus' relationship to pizza, or how pizza can be classified as organic, for a slightly more sensical universe) to the overly helpful person (Alexis Dziena) on the other end of the telephone line. "The rabbit does indeed symbolize speed,
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Wrong Clip Delves Into the Dangers of Dog Ownership

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Wrong Clip Delves Into the Dangers of Dog Ownership
Drafthouse Films has debuted a new clip from director Quentin Dupieux's Wrong, currently available on VOD formats before its theatrical debut March 29. Jack Plotnick stars as Dolph Springer, an ordinary man whose life is thrown into a tailspin when his beloved dog Paul goes missing, sending him on a bizarre journey where he encounters several strange characters. This scene features the most bizarre character of them all, Master Chang, who reveals his odd process of getting owners to connect with their pets once again.

Wrong - "Dolph Meets Master Chang"

Dolph Springer (Reno 911!'s Jack Plotnick) awakens one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life - his dog, Paul. Desperate to reunite with his best friend and to set things right, Dolph embarks on a journey which spirals into the realm of the absurd. On his quest, he drastically alters the lives of several severely bizarro characters,
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Dog with a Blog: Season Two Renewal from Disney Channel

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Disney Channel has ordered a second season of Dog with a Blog, their comedy series. According to Deadline, Dog with a Blog has been a big success for the cable channel.

Created by Michael Kaplan, the show follows Avery Jennings and Tyler James, a pair of teens who can't stand one another. Their single parents meet, fall in love and get married and suddenly, they're living under the same roof. To make things even more complicated, Stan, the family dog, publishes a blog in which he details what goes on in the Jennings-James household.

The show features the talents of G. Hannelius, Blake Michael, Francesca Capaldi, Stephen Full, Regan Burns, Beth Littleford.

The show debuted in October and eight episodes of Dog with a Blog have aired so far. The next episode is scheduled to run on February 17th.
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Disney Channel’s ‘Dog With A Blog’ Renewed For Second Season

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Exclusive: Disney Channel has ordered a second season of Dog With A Blog. The first season of the live-action family sitcom told from the family pet’s point of view premiered in October and ranked as the No. 2 TV series of fourth-quater 2012 in kids 2-11 (2.1 million/5.3 rating) and kids 6-11 (1.7 million/7.1 rating). (Dog viewership not available.) The series, created by Michael Kaplan, follows newly adopted dog Stan; step-siblings Tyler (Blake Michael), Avery (G Hannelius), and (Chloe Francesca Capaldi); and their parents Bennett (Regan Burns) and Elle (Beth Littleford) as they adjust to life as a new family. Stan, whose blog is available online, is played by canine Mick and voiced by Stephen Full. In conjunction with Dog With A Blog, Disney Channel has been airing a PSA educating kids on responsible pet adoption and encouraging kindness to animals.
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Exclusive: Quentin Dupieux Talks Wrong

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Exclusive: Quentin Dupieux Talks Wrong
Quentin Dupieux Talks Wrong, on VOD starting today, and in theaters this March

Dolph Springer awakens one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life...His dog, Paul. Desperate to reunite with his best friend and to set things right, Dolph embarks on a journey which spirals into the realm of the absurd. On his quest, he drastically alters the lives of several severely bizarro characters, including a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, a mentally unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an opportunistic French-Mexican gardener, an eccentric pet detective and most mysterious of all, an enigmatic pony-tailed guru, Master Chang who imparts his teachings to Dolph on how to metaphysically reconnect with his pet.

From fearless cinematic surrealist Quentin Dupieux, the director behind the head exploding Rubber, Wrong is a wholly original and hilariously hallucinatory universe all its own. We caught up with the director for a chat about his work.
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Wrong Trailer

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Wrong Trailer
Filmmaker Quentin Dupieux made a name for himself with the oddball 2011 comedy Rubber. The director is back with his latest offering, Wrong, which debuts on VOD formats February 1 before arriving in theaters March 29. Jack Plotnick stars as Dolph Springer, a man who wakes up one morning and finds his dog missing. Desperate to get his beloved pooch back, Dolph sets off on a strange journey where he encounters a sexually-charged pizza delivery girl (Alexis Dziena), a pet detective (Steve Little), and the mysterious Master Chang (William Fichtner). Drafthouse Films has unveiled the first trailer and a new poster for the indie drama, which you can check out below.

Wrong - Trailer

Dolph Springer (Jack Plotnick) awakens one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life-his dog, Paul. Desperate to reunite with his best friend and to set things right, Dolph embarks on a journey which spirals
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Jessie, Dog with a Blog, Lab Rats, and Crash & Bernstein: Disney Orders More Episodes

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Disney Channel and Disney Xd have reportedly ordered additional episodes for four of their live-action TV series.

Disney has ordered six more episodes of Jessie, bringing its second season to 28 episodes. The top-rated TV series for kids 2-11, Jessie revolves around a small town Texas girl who rebels and moves to New York City to follow her dreams. It stars Debby Ryan, Peyton List, Cameron Boyce, Karan Brar, Skai Jackson, and Kevin Chamberlin.

They've also asked for one more installment of Dog with a Blog, bringing the total to 22 installments for season one. The show just premiered on October 12th. It follows a dog who can talk and lives with a newly blended family. The cast includes G. Hannelius, Blake Michael, Francesca Capaldi, Stephen Full, Regan Burns, and Beth Littleford.

Disney Xd has ordered five more installments of new
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Tadff 2012: ‘Wrong’ an experiment in Kafkaesque storytelling

Wrong

Written and directed by Quentin Dupieux

USA, 2012

An aptronym, or charactonym, is when a person’s profession or career is aptly expressed by their strangely befitting name. For example, if your name is Anita Baker and you become bread-monger, or if your name is Dan Druff and you become a barber, then this constitutes an aptronym. So parents, if you want your baby boy to grow up and make audience dividing, debate inducing, genre defying, convention ignoring, style important, cult becoming movies, then, by all means, name him Quentin; French provocateur Quentin Dupieux was, and his films, including his latest, Wrong, are.

In Wrong, Dolph Springer (Jack Plotnick) wakes up at 7:60 am to find that his dog, Paul (Kuma), is missing. After a short debate with his neighbour Mike (Regan Burns) about jogging and morning fashion, a quick call to a newly opened pizza joint to discuss their
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Fantastic Fest 2012: ‘Wrong’ trite and tireless in pursuing the absurd

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Wrong

Directed by Quentin Dupieux

Written by Quentin Dupieux

USA, 2012

Written and directed by Quentin Dupieux (Rubber), Wrong initially intrigues in its refusal to conform to convention, but tirelessly wears out its viewer throughout all of its banal aimlessness. The film’s world becomes predictably baffling and increasingly dull as we embark on a bizarre and unrewarding trek into the absurd and existential. The surreal has never felt so muted, so useless.

It was perhaps a huge disservice to not have seen Dupieux’s Rubber before diving into his latest effort. Certainly, there are those tickled and perhaps even moved by what Dupieux represents as a filmmaker, but the guy feels oddly too imaginative for his own good. Not only that, but his vision fails to conjure up any type of creative appeal that we haven’t seen before. Wrong is both familiar and foreign, as to override all expectations,
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Sundance 2012: Wrong Review

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In 2010, Quentin Dupieux's Rubber hit screen to critical acclaim.  The acclaim was mostly along the lines of "The best killer tire movie you'll ever see."  Despite its odd-ball premise and protagonist, Rubber did seem to have cohesive subtext about criticizing the audience and purposely messing with their expectations.  By contrast, Dupieux's new movie, Wrong, is all killer tire and hardly anything to say.  That's doesn't make it a bad flick.  Strangeness along the lines of a killer tire can still be pretty funny, and Wrong's off-kilter reality offers plenty of laughs.  It's just too silly and devoted to strangeness to make any an exploration of a convoluted subtext worth considering. Somewhere in all the bizarre behavior is a comprehensible plot.  Dolph (Jack Plotnick) has lost his dog Paul and is desperate to find him.  That's about as tethered as the movie gets to our reality.  Around this understandable
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Sundance 2012 Movie Review: Wrong

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Sundance 2012 Movie Review: Wrong
Title: Wrong Director: Quentin Dupieux Cast: Jack Plotnick, Eric Judor, Alexis Dziena, Steve Little, William Fichtner and Regan Burns Being absurd is almost always taken as a lark or gimmick when applied in movies. It automatically alienates audiences and leaves them uneasy with how the story is delivered. No one ever takes it seriously, but when done right, it can involve audiences, while at the same time giving them a good, heartfelt narrative. In the new film from French experimental filmmaker, Quentin Dupieux, “Wrong” embraces its absurdist nature and never apologizes for telling a story the way the director sees fit. It follows the story of Dolph Springer, a man...
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What do you have planned for your Oscar speech?

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"Wow, this is such a surprise. Mainly because I'm a comedian and, as everybody knows, comedy is not acting. Comedy is very easy. Anybody can do it. All you need to do is not try very hard, make fun of real acting, and boom: comedy. I'd like to thank my mom because she told me I'd never amount to anything. I'd like to thank my dad because he was an alcoholic and he gave me my motivation to get into show business. I'd like to thank my agent because he's in the audience and he'll never get me another job if I don't. Free Tibet." -- Sean Cullen Toronto and Los Angeles "First of all, to the other four actors who were also nominated: nice try. Maybe this will be your wake-up call to try a little harder. Second, I would like to mention a few folks whom I would not like to thank.
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AMC starts up 'Cinemania'

AMC starts up 'Cinemania'
AMC is launching a game show and movie night dubbed "Cinemania" on Thursdays.

The trivia show, hosted by comedian Regan Burns (Comedy Central's "Halfway Home"), will air during scheduled breaks within the night's featured film and will feature two contestants competing to see who best knows the movie. Viewers at home also can compete for prizes online.

This month, the show will feature special appearances by the stars of two of the featured films: Clint Howard of "Apollo 13" and Bruce Altman of "Matchstick Men."

"Cinemania," which kicks off at 8 p.m. Thursday with "The Birdcage," also will feature the movies "Tomorrow Never Dies," "Star Trek: Nemesis," "Sleeping With the Enemy," "Clear and Present Danger," "Rocky IV," "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and "The Day the Earth Stood Still."
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