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‘Now We’re Talking’ Trailer: Tommy Dewey Toplines Sports Parody Digital Series From LeBron James’ Production Company

15 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

What can two washed up quarterbacks do after their NFL careers are over? How about try their luck on a new playing field: broadcasting. Today go90, along with WB’s Blue Ribbon Content and LeBron James’ Uninterrupted, released the first trailer for the sports-themed comedy “Now We’re Talking.”

The short-form, digital scripted show stars Tommy Dewey and Tug Coker as former pro football quarterbacks, Tug Tanner (Coker) and Tommy Arondall (Dewey), who now find themselves falling from the top of their NFL game to the bottom of their class in sports broadcasting school. The first look shows the ex-rivals forced to work together in their new sportscasting careers.

Read More: Web Series ‘Spring Street’ Sets a Musical Thriller Against a Diverse NYC Backdrop

In addition to Dewey and Coker, the cast of includes Malcolm Barrett, Molly Ephraim, Fred Melamed, Kevin Bigley and Eamon Sheehan and features a number of »

- Liz Calvario

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‘Now We’re Talking’ Trailer: Tommy Dewey Toplines Sports Parody Digital Series From LeBron James’ Production Company

15 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

What can two washed up quarterbacks do after their NFL careers are over? How about try their luck on a new playing field: broadcasting. Today go90, along with WB’s Blue Ribbon Content and LeBron James’ Uninterrupted, released the first trailer for the sports-themed comedy “Now We’re Talking.”

The short-form, digital scripted show stars Tommy Dewey and Tug Coker as former pro football quarterbacks, Tug Tanner (Coker) and Tommy Arondall (Dewey), who now find themselves falling from the top of their NFL game to the bottom of their class in sports broadcasting school. The first look shows the ex-rivals forced to work together in their new sportscasting careers.

Read More: Web Series ‘Spring Street’ Sets a Musical Thriller Against a Diverse NYC Backdrop

In addition to Dewey and Coker, the cast of includes Malcolm Barrett, Molly Ephraim, Fred Melamed, Kevin Bigley and Eamon Sheehan and features a number of »

- Liz Calvario

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Late Bloomer Poster Makes a Man Out of Johnny Simmons | Exclusive

22 August 2016 3:18 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

There has never been a story quite like this! Coming to theaters this fall is the true-life comedy The Late Bloomer. To celebrate director Kevin Pollak's latest project, we have a tantalizing one-sheet that teases one man's dire dilemma. But it's one problem we're not too sure many of you will be able to identify with!

The Late Bloomer is&#160based on&#160Ken Baker's&#160book&#160of the same name, which is subtitled 'A Memoir of My Body'. It hits book stores and online outlets on September 27th. Just a few days later, Momentum Pictures will release the film in theaters on October 7th. Kevin Pollak is working from a script by Joe Nussbaum, Mark Torgove, Paul A. Kaplan, Kyle&#160Cooper, and Austyn&#160Jeffs, from a story by Joe Nussbaum and Gary Rosen.

In The Late Bloomer, Dr. Pete Newmans (Johnny Simmons) is a successful sex therapist whose&#160practice&#160is »

- MovieWeb

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Kevin Pollak’s ‘Late Bloomer’ Bought by Momentum Pictures (Exclusive)

13 April 2016 1:38 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Momentum Pictures has acquired North American theatrical distribution right to Kevin Pollak’s “The Late Bloomer,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Johnny Simmons stars as a 30-year-old sex therapist who has never gone through puberty. His world turns upside-down after the removal of a benign brain tumor.

The film — Pollak’s feature directorial debut — also stars J.K. Simmons, Maria Bello, Brittany Snow, Jane Lynch, Kumail NanjianiBeck Bennett, Paul Wesley, Ken MarinoIlleana Douglas, Charlotte McKinneyVanessa Ragland, Blake Cooper and Lenora Crichlow.

Late Bloomer” is loosely based on Ken Baker’s 2001 memoir “Man Made: A Memoir of My Body.” The book recounts the E! news correspondent’s experience of going through puberty for the first time at age 30 after having a pituitary tumor removed.

Dateline NBC” profiled Baker in 2008, when his memoir hit stores. Raphael Kryszek’s Ineffable Pictures optioned the rights to Baker’s book. In 2007, Heidi Jo Markel »

- Dave McNary

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Uninterrupted Network, Blue Ribbon Content To Launch Scripted Comedy Series On Verizon’s Go90

20 January 2016 3:18 PM, PST | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Uninterrupted has a new mobile-first original series in the works. The sports-centric network teamed with Warner Bros.’ Blue Ribbon Content digital studio to develop the scripted comedy series Now We’re Talking for Verizon’s mobile entertainment service go90.

Created and executive produced by Tommy Dewey (of Casual and The Mindy Project fame) and Tug Coker (The Office), Now We’re Talking started production in Los Angeles the week of January 18, 2016. The seven-episode comedy series tells the story of two former pro football quarterbacks and rivals named Tommy Arondall (Dewey) and Tug Tanner (Coker). Now We’re Talking follows Tommy and Tug as they are forced to work together to get through sports broadcasting school after their football careers peaked and ended early.

Now We’re Talking also stars Malcolm Barrett (Dear White People), Molly Ephraim (Last Man Standing), Kevin Bigley (Bojack Horseman), Fred Melamed (Hail, Caesar!), and Eamon Sheehan »

- Bree Brouwer

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