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The following contains spoilers from this Sunday’s episode of TNT’s The Last Ship.
The heroes of The Last Ship this week called in for backup, in the form of a very familiar face: John Pyper-Ferguson’s “Tex” Nolan, the onetime private security contractor who allied with the Nathan James crew during the first two seasons.
RelatedTNT’s The Last Ship Renewed for Season 4
Tex and his daughter helped Kara infiltrate the seized White House and whisk President Oliver away to safety (R.I.P., Jacob Barnes). But in the aftermath, corrupt chief of staff Allison Shaw counterpunched by »
A lot of people were surprised when Joe and Anthony Russo were hired to direct Captain America: Winter Soldier. Understandably so, considering at the time the Russo brothers were mainly known for TV shows like Arrested Development, Happy Endings and Community. They had directed a few movies, but Welcome to Collinwood and You, Me and Dupree aren't exactly $100+ million action movies. So how did the Russo brothers end up becoming the directors of some of Marvel's biggest movies to date? When we spoke to the Russos recently ahead of the Captain America: Civil War home video release, we asked about the process of landing a Marvel movie. As you can expect, it's not easy. Anthony Russo explained, "We did have a very long courtship with Marvel. We...
- Peter Hall
When Doctor Strange hits theaters in November, it will mark the end of a very long road to the big screen. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige first mentioned the possibility of a Doctor Strange movie way back in 2009, while Iron Man 2 was in production, with the studio hiring Thomas Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer to write the script in 2010, but the project didn't find its footing until four years later, when writer-director Scott Derrickson came aboard. With just months until this Marvel Phase 3 movie arrives, today we have word that another writer was brought aboard for some last-minute rewrites, Community creator Dan Harmon.
The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Marvel Studios brought on Dan Harmon after the superhero adventure had wrapped production in April. The studio was looking for a writer to create some new scenes "for additional photography," according to the site's source. It isn't known if he will get »
It seems that Marvel and director Scott Derrickson determined that more scenes were needed after Doctor Strange wrapped filming and a first cut of the film was assembled. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dan Harmon was brought on board to pen the script for these mysterious additional scenes. Best known for co-creating Community, is Harmon's background an indication that it was determined that Doctor Strange needed more humor? In addition to his work in TV, Harmon wrote the script for 2006's Monster House and did uncredited script doctoring on 2008's Kung Fu Panda, both animated features. While it's logical to assume Harmon was hired to inject some humor into Doctor Strange, it's important to remember that Marvel hired Joe and Anthony Russo to helm Captain America: The Winter Soldier at a time when the biggest projects on their resume were Arrested Development and Community. Given Marvel's history of finding talent in unrelated genres, »
To say that this summer's Captain America: Civil War was Marvel's biggest movie to date is almost an understatement. With the exception of Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), all of the Avengers from Phase 1 and Phase 2 suited up in this movie, but it seems likely that another Marvel Phase 3 adventure, Avengers: Infinity War, will be even bigger. The story is so massive, and evolving so much, that writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely don't even know when the script will be completely finished. Today we have more details from directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, who explain how the ending of Civil War actually helps set up Avengers: Infinity War. And how the filmmakers plan on continuing a comedic casting tradition.
While season five of Arrested Development is still up in the air, The Hollywood Reporter says creator Mitch Hurwitz has recut season four of the Netflix series.Earlier, we reported that Hurwitz has stories planned for a fifth season of the comedy, but scheduling the cast has been the biggest obstacle so far. Season four was released in 2013.Read More… »
John Krasinski has been missing from the small screen after wrapping up The Office in 2013, but that's about to change. The 36-year-old actor has signed on to play author Tom Clancy's iconic CIA character Jack Ryan in a new 10-episode series for Amazon. While no premiere date has been set, Jack Ryan comes from executive producer Michael Bay and the Lost duo of co-showrunner Cartlon Cuse and writer Graham Roland - who will also executive produce. Krasinski first teased the news back in May, captioning a Twitter shot of a stack of Clancy's books "summer reading." Summer reading pic. »
- Dave Quinn, @NineDaves
“Yoga Hosers centers on 15-year-old yoga nuts Colleen Collette (Lily-Rose Depp) and Colleen McKenzie (Harley Quinn Smith), who have an after-school job at a Manitoba convenience store called Eh-2-Zed. When an ancient evil rises from beneath Canada’s crust and threatens their big invitation to a Grade 12 party, the Colleens join forces with a legendary man-hunter from Montreal named Guy Lapointe (Johnny Depp) to fight for their lives with all seven chakras, one Warrior Pose at a time.”
Yoga Hosers sees Harley Quinn Smith and Lily-Rose Depp leading a cast that also includes Tony Hale (Arrested Development), Natasha Lyonne (Orange is the new Black), Austin Butler (Aliens in the Attic), Adam Brody (The O.C.), Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf »
- Amie Cranswick
Last year there was no question. Jeffrey Tambor was destined to win his first Emmy (in a remarkable TV career that includes “The Larry Sanders Show” and “Arrested Development”) for his transformative performance as Maura Pfefferman on Amazon’s freshman sensation “Transparent.” This year, there’s a decent chance he’ll repeat. But the outstanding lead actor in a comedy series race doesn’t feel nearly as cut and dried. Five formidable competitors stand in his way, each with his own strong case for a win. Just don’t be surprised if it boils down to a battle royale between the Pfefferman family matriarch and Anthony Anderson’s Johnson family patriarch.
Given Emmy’s fondness for repeat winners, and the continued excellence of his performance, Tambor remains the safe bet by a mile. But there’s always the chance that someone sneaks in for an upset, and the field is full of rich possibilities. If »
- Geoff Berkshire
There's one scene in Sausage Party that brings this soiree to a screeching halt. And it features the severed head of a junkie voiced by James Franco, who was tweaking out on bath salts at the time of his demise. The moment is both shocking and funny, shot in a way that is more disturbing than most horror movies. And it's a scene you wouldn't necessarily expect to find in an animated musical comedy that features singing food and swearing douches. Or perhaps it is.
The severed head in question is dropped through a vent in a grocery store by a diminutive hot dog with a deformed head named Barry. He's been through a lot, and his treatment of this bodiless head is borderline psychotic. But poor little Barry doesn't know any better. He's just returning from his first trip into the real world. And what he's seen on the »
In a new interview, the comedian revealed that he has previously turned down an offer to bring back Seinfeld for a live episode that would have reunited the self-involved foursome of Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer.
RelatedHBO Boss on Curb Season 9 Timetable, Game of Thrones End Date and Possible Spinoff, Deadwood Revival
“We did have an offer — I won’t say who from — to do a new, »
In my early days on the beat, NBC had an ad campaign encouraging people to watch summer reruns, promising, "If you haven't seen it, it's new to you!" In the age of Peak TV, that slogan seems less cynical than accurate. The rise of streaming services has put the bulk of TV history only a click or two away, which means that people are constantly discovering The Wire, or Arrested Development, or Terriers (sigh) for the very first time. In lieu of a summer rewind this year, I wanted to offer up primers of shows you can stream, whether an older series available in full(*) or something current you can catch up on before its next season begins. So far, I've done a few current shows in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Halt and Catch Fire, and Rectify, plus completed shows in United States of Tara and Flight of the Conchords. (*) Note: with these picks, »
- Alan Sepinwall
I was nearly assaulted by a member of the Silicon Valley cast, cursed at by Danny McBride, given birth to by The Big Bang Theory‘s Melissa Rauch and rendered temporarily deaf by Kristen Schaal. And that was just on Day 1.
VideosTVLine @ Comic-Con: Watch Videos with Casts of Walking Dead, Vampire Diaries, Once Upon a Time, The Flash and More
That’s right, it’s time for TVLine’s annual Comic-Con highlight/outtake reel, featuring tons of never-before-seen — and Nsfw — footage from our Zte-branded studio, which was hosted by yours truly, with an assist from my colleagues Andy Swift and Kim Roots. »
Title: Green Room Lionsgate Director: Jeremy Saulnier Writer: Jeremy Saulnier Cast: Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Patrick Stewart, Alia Shawkat, Callum Turner, Joe Cole, Macon Blair, Mark Webber Running Time: 95 min Rated: R (Violence, Gore, Language) Special Features: Making of Featurette; Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Jeremy Saulnier Available On Blu-ray: July 12 Underground punk band The Ain’t Rights are considering calling it quits. The band consists of Pat (Anton Yelchin, Star Trek reboot), Tiger (Callum Turner, Victor Frankenstein), Reese (Joe Cole, Peaky Blinders) and Sam (Alia Shawkat, Arrested Development). They are barely scraping by and after playing at a hole in the wall Mexican restaurant for dinner and 6 bucks each, they decide to pack [ Read More ]
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Despite its paltry reviews and failure to register with mainstream audiences, Flaked is getting another season on Netflix, the streaming service confirmed on social media.
Posting on Flaked‘s official Facebook page, Netflix wrote, “We’re headed back to Venice for #Flaked Season 2. Can we stay in your guest house?” A return date for the second season was listed simply as 2017.
The series, set in the insular California city of Venice, follows Chip (Arnett) as he struggles with the deterioration of his image and sobriety even while falling for the beautiful London (Ruth Kearney) despite the rift this creates between him and his best friend, Dennis (David Sullivan).
It’s been well-established that Netflix doesn’t exactly operate by typical cable-network laws. Its pricey historical epic Marco Polo was far from the Game of Thrones-style smash that the streaming service had clearly hoped it would be, yet it was »
- Isaac Feldberg
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Stranger Things, The Fosters, Rizzoli & Isles and Wayward Pines!
1 | From Stranger Things Episode 5: Why didn’t Hopper contact Joyce right after he discovered that Will’s corpse was a fake?
RelatedStranger Things Season 2 Would Explore ‘Bigger Mythology’
2 | As great as it was to see the old Degrassi gang during Episode 500, was anyone else disappointed that Emma and Spinner were still married after that wacky TV-movie? Was it delusional to think Sean »
We need to subvert and undermine the man who might be our next president – and as a master of playing insecure egomaniacs, Arnett is uniquely suited to do it
Much like Bojack Horseman himself, Will Arnett is finally back on top. After Arrested Development made him a star, Arnett spent years trying to establish a follow-up. He wallowed in failed network sitcoms with names you probably won’t recognize such as Running Wilde, Up All Night and The Millers. He had a few moments in the spotlight, like his Emmy-nominated guest-starring role in 30 Rock as Jack Donaghy’s arch-nemesis. But Arnett struggled to find another role that traded on his unique combination of macho confidence and wounded sensitivity that made him the standout of Arrested Development, a show that was composed almost entirely of standouts.
Related: Is BoJack Horseman the saddest comedy show ever?
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- Noah Gittell
Following in the footsteps of Twin Peaks, Full House, The X-Files, Arrested Development and, to a lesser extent, the crowdfunded Veronica Mars movie, the Gilmore Girls are set to stage a comeback, and we now have firm details regarding when Amy Sherman-Palladino’s mother-daughter dramedy series will return to the airwaves.
Entitled Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life, Netflix has confirmed the four-part series – comprised of 90-minute episodes that take place in various seasons throughout the year – will make its bow on November 25, and the trailer above offers but a sneak peek of Lorelai and Rory navigating life in 2016.
Speaking at a panel to promote the show’s long-anticipated return – Gilmore Girls bowed out in 2007 after seven seasons – Lauren Graham gushed about paying a visit to Stars Hollow after all these years: “Everything was like, ‘Oh, here’s the chemistry we had from the very first day we met, »
- Michael Briers
Speaking as part of the Television Critics Association press tour, Netflix content chief Ted Sarandos offered a bunch of updates on the various original shows of the streaming giant. Here's the breakdown of the key news:
Creator Mitch Hurwitz gave a status update on how a fifth season of the beloved comedy is progressing, saying: "If it does happen, it looks like the shooting will start at the beginning of 2017. It's the thing I'm really desperate to do. We've got a lot of the stories broke and we're ready to go."
An October 21st premiere date has been announced for the new season of "Black Mirror," Charlie Brooker's British dystopian anthology series which will be scoring six new episodes. Bryce Dallas Howard, Alice Eve and Gugu Mbatha-Raw are amongst the stars of the new episodes, while filmmakers Dan Trachtenberg ("10 Cloverfield Lane") and Joe Wright ("Atonement") helmed individual episodes. »
- Garth Franklin
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