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Yesterday we heard some plot details for Paul Feig’s upcoming all-female Ghostbusters remake, and now the latest round of Sony leaks has given us some insight into Ivan Reitman’s original plans for Ghostbusters III, which stem from an email last year from the director, which was sent to Sony co-chariman Amy Pascal and concerned the second draft of the script.
Titled Ghostbusters: Alive Again, the film would have focussed on Ray (Dan Aykroyd), Egon (Harold Ramis) and Winston (Ernie Hudson) passing the torch to a younger team of Ghostbusters which included ‘Chris’, the son of Bill Murray’s Peter Venkman (who is assumed to be Oscar, Venkman’s son with Sigourney Weaver’s Dana Barrett).
For the role of Chris, Reitman said that he had met with Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network), Charlie Day (Horrible Bosses) and Adam Pally (The Mindy Project) but stated that he was “unsure” about the casting. »
- Gary Collinson
Before Paul Feig came around to reboot the Ghostbusters franchise for a new generation and launch a whole new franchise, there was a direct sequel to the original films that was in development for years. That project will never happen at this point, but some details have surfaced on what that sequel would have entailed.
Screenwriter Etan Cohen (Men In Black 3) completed a second Ghostbusters 3 draft. The film's producer, Ivan Reitman, who was attached to direct the film at the time, sent an email to Sony Pictures Chairman Amy Pascal that contained the second draft, and it reveals the title of the movie and his plan for the cast.
There's not much revealed about the plot, but it would have centered on Ray Stanz (Dan Aykroyd), Egon Spengler (Harold Ramis), and Winston Zeddemore (Ernie Hudson) passing the franchise off to a younger generation of Ghostbusters. Sadly, a month after this email was sent, »
- Joey Paur
Comedy fans have a lot of reasons to look forward to 2015, as Comedy Central has just announced a slew of season and series premieres -- including returning hits "Workaholics" and "Broad City," new series "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore," and the third and final season of "Kroll Show." Various guest stars includes the likes of Aziz Ansari, Amy Poehler, Keegan-Michael Key, Marc Maron, Patricia Clarkson, Amy Ryan, Rob Corddry, and, on two different shows, Seth Rogen. The network's offerings will help you cope with your 2014 hangover and get you through the first quarter of the year. Mark your calendars: Tuesday, January 13 “Kroll Show” (Season Three Premiere) – 10:30 p.m. It's the final season of Nick Kroll's comedy series, guest stars including Aziz Ansari, Paget Brewster, Bo Burnham, Bill Burr, John Mulaney, Adam Pally, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen, and Casey Wilson. Wednesday, January 14 "Workaholics" (Season Five Premiere) – 10:00 p. »
- Dave Lewis
We need to talk about Peter. This man-child hit his lowest point last night on The Mindy Project when his living situation was revealed. Considering it was recently announced that Adam Pally is leaving the show, this is clearly the beginning of the end. Seriously, he’s a 30-something year old doctor living with 3 equally immature roommates who are only introduced to Mindy by their college nicknames. It’s a shame that he hasn’t had luck in the love department but he has a lot of growing up to do first. Thanks to Mindy, Danny allowed Peter to rent his second apartment. Of course Peter insisted on always hanging out next door with Danny and Mindy (including using Danny’s shower, but honestly that was a funny mix up.) That part just bothered me because it defeated the whole purpose of having an apartment of his own for the first time. »
Scot Armstrong, known for writing such modern day comedy classics as Semi-Pro, The Hangover Part II and Old School, makes his directorial debut with Search Party, which has finally released an international trailer. The film boasts an epic ensemble of comedic talent including T.J. Miller, Jason Mantzoukas, Krysten Ritter, Alison Brie, J.B. Smoove and Thomas Middleditch. Originally set to be released this past September, no domestic date has been rescheduled yet. But you can check out this first look footage while awaiting an official announcement!
A breakout presence on HBO's Silicon Valley, Thomas Middleditch takes the lead here, starring as Nardo, a man who is about to get married and live happily ever after. But instead of that happening, he awakens naked in the middle of the Mexican desert. Now its up to his best buddies (Adam Pally and T.J. Miller) to rescue him and bring him home. It's »
The first trailer for Scot Armstrong’s feature directorial debut just surfaced and even though it isn’t laugh-out-loud funny, I’m still holding out hope. Search Party stars Silicon Valley’s Thomas Middleditch as Nardo, a guy who was just about to get married and live happily ever after, but instead winds up naked in the middle of the Mexican desert. Now it’s up to his buddies played by Tj Miller and Adam Pally to bring him home. Armstrong wrote Semi-Pro and co-wrote films like Old School and The Hangover Part II so he’s certainly had hits and misses over the years, but with talent like Middleditch, Miller, Pally, Krysten Ritter, Alison Brie and Jason Mantzoukas on the Search Party roster, it’s hard to imagine the film falling completely flat. Hopefully the official domestic trailer for the film will be a little more refined and include more winning jokes, »
- Perri Nemiroff
What happens when the key leads of HBO's "Silicon Valley" (Tj Miller and Thomas Middleditch) along with Adam Pally, Alison Brie, Krysten Ritter, Shannon Woodward, Aziz Ansari, Jason Mantzoukas, and Delroy Lindo make a movie that no one seems to be aware of? Well, you get "Search Party," and coming from the guy who wrote "Road Trip," "Old School," and "The Hangover Part II," that alone should give you a good idea of what this is all about. Scot Armstrong moves from the writing desk to the director's chair for his first outing, which tells the story of a guy whose wedding gets ruined, who then winds up naked in the middle of Mexico, gets mixed up with drug dealers and has to get his friends to come and save him. Frankly, it sounds like all of Armstrong's previous movies squashed together and rolled into one, and perhaps there's a »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Adam Pally hasn't been known for playing the most fitness-obsessed characters, but the actor partnered with Ubisoft for Shape Up, a game that lets players exercise from the comfort of their own home using the Xbox One's Kinect camera. That promise excited Pally enough to partner with Ubisoft for a video campaign for the game. Pally spoke to EW about his work with Shape Up, his other projects, and his own unique, and at times dangerous history with exercise. »
- Jonathon Dornbush
At two weeks until the midseason finale, we are enjoying the calm of an erotic bath before a huge change or two comes to The Mindy Project. The worst: Adam Pally is leaving. The best: We could still see some major progress on the Danny-and-Mindy front, in my opinion; maybe even a proposal. For now, though, we’re still dealing with lower-level issues, like the fact that Danny’s ma is suddenly around all the time (at least she has been since we found out she was Rhea Pearlman, which makes anyone worthy of being around all the time). Specifically, though, she’s around even when Mindy and Danny are trying to take an erotic bath together, which, according to Cosmo, is the No. 9 way to have a horny autumn. Ma does not mind barging in on Danny in the bath one bit, especially when she wants to tell him »
- Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
Annette Castellano puts the “ooh” in “cougar” — a fact Morgan learns quickly in this exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday’s Mindy Project (Fox, 9:30/8:30c).
As stars Ike Barinholtz and Adam Pally explain in the behind-the-scenes video, Mindy thinks hooking Danny’s mom up with a new man might distract her from butting into their relationship. And when Ma turns down the guy Mindy chooses for her, Dr. Lahiri thinks a terrible date with a loser will make the first option seem much better in comparison.
Mindy knows Annette will “have no interest in Morgan, and it’s a safe date, »
Is Fox looking to reunite with its X?
Cowell, who created the singing competition and is now a judge on its British version, would leave that post in order to return to the United States, the British publication Mirror reports.
Representatives from the network have not commented on the report. X Factor‘s Season 3 finale was watched by only 6.2 million people — and scored a 1.7 demo rating — marking year-to-year declines of 36 and 45 percent.
The series’ American »
Shulman & Associates is losing a gynecologist.
Pally will make guest appearances as his schedule permits, but will no longer be a series regular on the hit Fox comedy come episode 13 of this season. Pally recently inked a two-year overall deal with ABC.
The former “Happy Endings” actor joined the show as Dr. Peter Prentice at the beginning of season two. The sitcom, starring Mindy Kaling, is now in its third season. Fox just raised the season order of “The Mindy Project” from 15 to 21 episodes.
- Maane Khatchatourian
Adam Pally will be leaving The Mindy Project after this season's 13th episode. According to TVLine, Pally's contract was always set to expire around that time, so there's nothing to really read into it except that The Mindy Project has a lot of comings and goings and also that the only characters who are essential to the show are Mindy, Danny, and Morgan. Fret not for Pally's future — he has a deal with ABC Studios and a permanent place in the "He's my TV boyfriend" hall of fame. May the road rise to meet you, Dr. Prentice. »
- Margaret Lyons
Start saying your goodbyes to Dr. Peter Prentice, because Adam Pally is leaving The Mindy Project. After joining the show at the beginning of the second season and being upgraded to a regular, Pally is set to leave in early 2015. All isn't lost, though. He's set to make guest appearances as his schedule and the show allows. No doubt he'll be busy with his new production company's deal with ABC, which he just confirmed last month. Still, this is a big bummer. Peter has become one of the most likable characters on the show, and his absence will be felt. How do you think they'll write him out? »
File this under no-good, very-bad news. Hot on the heels of Fox ordering six additional episodes, Adam Pally will no longer be a series regular on The Mindy Project, a source confirms to E! News. What's that sound? It's the sound of our hearts breaking. Please respect our privacy during this difficult time. But (there's always a but, right?) there is some good news: Pally will still appear in episodes throughout the spring depending on his schedule, so it's not like the show will be killing off his character, Peter Prentice, anytime soon. Come on, this isn't The Good Wife! For TV fans in the know, Pally's exit shouldn't come as too much of a surprise, given his development deal »
War is hell, but these photos of the reunited Sleepy Hollow crew might just be heaven.
Not much intel is available re: the Fox series’ fall finale, but TVLine has been privy to some key, super-secret plot details — and trust us, they’re good.
So until the episode, titled “The Akeda,” airs — Monday, Dec. 1 at 9/8c — keep yourself busy by studying these shots from the hour for clues. While you’re at it, you might want to celebrate: Irving back and in full effect! Katrina sporting a weapon! Big, bad Moloch and his big, bad head! Ichabbie on a motorcycle! »
Naya Rivera on Friday posted a picture of a wedding veil on Instagram, teasing an “exciting day on the set of Glee,” but TVLine has learned exclusively that Santana and (presumably) Brittany won’t be the only gleeks tying the knot in the Fox comedy’s final season.
Fox's The Mindy Project is poised to say farewell to Adam Pally. The Happy Endings alum will exit the third-year Fox comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Pally has the option of guest starring when and if his schedule permits. As first reported by TV Line, Pally will depart the series in early 2015. His contract was set to expire with episode 13. Fox recently picked up an additional six episodes of the Mindy Kaling vehicle, bringing its total count to 21. Pally, one of the most in-demand actors last pilot season, joined the series as a recurring player
- Lesley Goldberg
Shulman & Associates is undergoing another staffing change.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Adam Pally‘s run as a Mindy Project series regular will come to an end in early 2015.
I’m told Pally’s pact with the Fox comedy was always set to expire with this season’s 13th episode. He joined the show as Dr. Peter Prentice at the start of Season 2 and was quickly upgraded to a regular. Pally is expected to make occasional guest appearances as his schedule permits.
Eliza Coupe is back on our TV screens with her new series Benched, but we’re still mourning the loss of Happy Endings. After saying goodbye to the ABC series in 2013, there are still some questions that keep us up at night: Did Jane continue to work for the Car Czar? Will Max ever become a functioning adult? How has Alex successfully avoided the meat sweats with her insane love of ribs?
Luckily, Coupe was on hand to dish on some of her favorite He moments, including the time she swapped (crusty) spit with co-star Adam Pally. Check it out above, and catch Benched Tuesdays at 10:30/9:30 C on USA.
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- Emily Exton
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