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Universal Buys Mrs. Claus Pitch From ‘Pitch Perfect’ Producers

5 January 2016 6:33 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Universal Pictures has acquired the untitled holiday pitch focused on adventures of Mrs. Claus from “Pitch Perfect” producers Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman.

Insiders confirmed to Variety that Emmy-winning writer John Riggi will pen the script as well as exec produce. Banks and Handelman will produce through their Brownstone Pictures.

The plot centers on Mrs. Claus as she navigates life and marriage in the stressful month leading up to Christmas.

As of right now, Banks will only produce and is not attached to star as Mrs. Claus.

Riggi has a long career of working for several successful TV shows including “The Larry Sanders Show,” “Will and Grace” and “Family Guy.” He most recently worked on the Rebel Wilson comedy “Super Fun Night.” He is repped by UTA, Anonymous Content and Ziffren.

Banks and Handelman are coming off the box-office hit “Pitch Perfect 2,” which Banks also helmed, and they are currently prepping “Pitch Perfect 3. »

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Watch: First Teaser For Judd Apatow’s Netflix Show ‘Love’ With Gillian Jacobs & Paul Rust

4 January 2016 9:27 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Judd Apatow made his name in television, working on “The Ben Stiller Show,” “The Larry Sanders Show,” "The Critic,” and co-creating “Freaks & Geeks” (which is a cultural touchstone now, though ignored at the time), and while “Undeclared” didn’t have the same impact, it still launched the careers of many young actors. Read More: Judd Apatow Produced 'Pee-Wee's Big Holiday' Headed To Netflix Since those TV days, Apatow has dived hard into world of movies in a big way, but he hasn’t forgotten either his TV or mentoring roots (he's an executive producer on the HBO hit "Girls," for example). And in February he's back on the small screen with his new Netflix show, “Love.” And while most of Apatow’s old crew, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, James Franco, etc. have found their own way, producing, writing and starring in their own created movies, in his no-child-left-behind way, »

- Edward Davis

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Watch: First Teaser For Judd Apatow’s Netflix Show ‘Love’ With Gillian Jacobs & Paul Rust

4 January 2016 9:27 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Judd Apatow made his name in television, working on “The Ben Stiller Show,” “The Larry Sanders Show,” "The Critic,” and co-creating “Freaks & Geeks” (which is a cultural touchstone now, though ignored at the time), and while “Undeclared” didn’t have the same impact, it still launched the careers of many young actors. Read More: Judd Apatow Produced 'Pee-Wee's Big Holiday' Headed To Netflix Since those TV days, Apatow has dived hard into world of movies in a big way, but he hasn’t forgotten either his TV or mentoring roots (he's an executive producer on the HBO hit "Girls," for example). And in February he's back on the small screen with his new Netflix show, “Love.” And while most of Apatow’s old crew, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, James Franco, etc. have found their own way, producing, writing and starring in their own created movies, in his no-child-left-behind way, »

- Edward Davis

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Wayne Rogers, Played M*A*S*H's Trapper John, Dead at 82

31 December 2015 6:07 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Wayne Rogers, best known to TV audiences for playing Captain “Trapper” John McIntyre on M*A*S*H, died on Thursday after suffering complications from pneumonia, his family told Entertainment Tonight. He was 82.

Rogers’ first major acting role was on the ABC Western Stagecoach West, which debuted in October 1960 and ran for 38 episodes. A little over a decade (and numerous gigs) later, he was cast as Trapper John on CBS’ TV adaptation of M*A*S*H, assuming the role played by Elliott Gould in the 1970 film.

Bidding M*A*S*H adieu after three seasons, Rogers went on to »

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