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So long, Dennis Reynolds – you might just be TV's greatest monster

If it’s true that Glenn Howerton’s character in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is off, we’ll be deprived of some chilling onscreen psychopathy. Perhaps his morally bankrupt worldview was just a little too close to reality

Dennis Reynolds exited the last series of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia on an uncharacteristically tender note. Having discovered that he had fathered a child, Dennis (played by Glenn Howerton) said goodbye to his awful friends and left the city in a newfound quest for maturity. And now it looks as if that’s how things are going to stay.

A recent Vulture festival panel hinted at a Dennisless future for It’s Always Sunny. Now that Howerton has a role in next year’s splashier AP Bio, it’s likely that he will be a bit-player at best. In response to a question about his future, Howerton answered with an ambiguous: “Eh,
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Smallfoot Trailer Turns the Bigfoot Legend Upside Down

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Smallfoot Trailer Turns the Bigfoot Legend Upside Down
Have you ever wanted to see Channing Tatum and LeBron James voice animated Yeti in a movie about friendly Bigfoot creatures? Then you're in luck! Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Smallfoot, which promises exactly that and a whole lot more. This animated flick looks to flip around the whole Bigfoot legend, with the help of quite a few famous people. The trailer itself is pretty charming and is heavy on the Tatum, in addition to sporting some very polished animation.

The Smallfoot trailer opens up with a man climbing up the side of a mountain, with some voiceover telling a tale of a creature steeped in legend. Then, the man comes face-to-face with a Yeti and we realize that this story is being told from the perspective of the Yeti, not the human. At this point, we move to Channing Tatum's character, who's sharing the tale
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1 of Your Favorite Disney Movies Is Disappearing From Netflix Next Month

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December is the month of giving, but that hasn't stopped Netflix from taking away some of our favorite shows and movies. While there are some great titles heading our way next month, we'll also have to part ways with a number of classics, namely those scary movies you binge-watched in October. See what's leaving below. Related46 New Titles Are Coming to Netflix in November to Help You Survive Thanksgiving Dec. 1 All I Want For Christmas Bedazzled Black Snake Moan Compulsion Cousin Bette Hoffa La Viuda Negra, season one Picture Perfect Practical Magic Rebelde Scary Movie 2 Scary Movie 3 Super Size Me Terriers, season one The Crucible The Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus The Man from Snowy River Touch, season two Toys Two Girls and a Guy Waking Life Young Frankenstein Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, seasons one-two Dec. 5 Holes Dec. 9 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, seasons 1-11 Dec.
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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 13 Moving Forward With or Without Glenn Howerton

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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 13 Moving Forward With or Without Glenn Howerton
The gang from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” took part in a panel discussion at the Vulture Festival in Los Angeles Sunday afternoon, but they’re keeping a tight lid on what’s coming for Season 13.

Though early in the discussion, co-creator Rob McElhenney said they were preparing to start up the writers’ room again, but would not say whether Glenn Howerton will be returning for the 2018 season.

“We’re getting back to the writers’ room in February [2018],” McElhenney said. Later in the discussion, he said production is slated to start in April and the release date would be in the fall of 2018.

Read More:‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Review: A Monumental Season Finale Says Goodbye to One of the Gang

They were more tight-lipped when pressed about Howerton’s return.

“Eh, damn it,” Howerton said when first asked about coming back. Despite the crowd’s cheers for him to return,
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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 13 Moving Forward With or Without Glenn Howerton

‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 13 Moving Forward With or Without Glenn Howerton
The gang from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” took part in a panel discussion at the Vulture Festival in Los Angeles Sunday afternoon, but they’re keeping a tight lid on what’s coming for Season 13.

Though early in the discussion, co-creator Rob McElhenney said they were preparing to start up the writers’ room again, but would not say whether Glenn Howerton will be returning for the 2018 season.

“We’re getting back to the writers’ room in February [2018],” McElhenney said. Later in the discussion, he said production is slated to start in April and the release date would be in the fall of 2018.
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Fxx TV Show Ratings (updated 11/16/17)

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Some of the ratings on the Fxx channel go quite low but the comedy channel seems to remain committed to producing original TV shows. Which series will be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned.Scripted Fxx TV shows listed: Archer, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League, Man Seeking Woman, and You're the Worst.Last updated: Most recent ratings added for You're the Worst.Read More…
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‘Cool Kids’: Vicki Lawrence, David Alan Grier, Leslie Jordan & Martin Mull To Star In Fox Retirement Home Comedy Pilot

Exclusive: Four comedy veterans — former Carol Burnett Show star Vicki Lawrence, The Carmichael Show‘s David Alan Grier, Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace) and Roseanne alum Martin Mull have been tapped as the leads in Fox’s multi-camera retirement community comedy pilot Cool Kids, from It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia masterminds Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton. Don Scardino has signed on to direct the pilot, written by Day and Paul Fruchbom, with comedy…
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'The Mick' Scores Additional Episode Order at Fox

The Mick is expanding at Fox.

The Kaitlin Olson comedy has earned an additional seven- episode order, bringing the show's season-two total to 20, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Premiering midseason on Fox, The Mick was a breakout out of the gate, becoming the network's top comedy launch since New Girl in 2011. The first season order was then extended by four episodes to a total of 17.

The single-camera comedy was continued to impress in season two, rising 28 percent for the season premiere as compared with the season-one finale.

It's Always Sunny grads John and Dave Chernin created The Mick and executive produce...
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18 Actors Who Were Almost Marvel's Star-Lord

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18 Actors Who Were Almost Marvel's Star-Lord
Guardians of the Galaxy was considered a risky proposition for Marvel Studios, even after the runaway success of their cinematic universe building films like Iron Man and The Avengers. These characters hang around in outer space! There are aliens on the team! There's a talking raccoon! So it was nothing short of incredible when Guardians of the Galaxy earned nearly $800 million and a 91% on Rotten Tomatoes. A big part of James Gunn's action-comedy masterpiece depends upon the charisma of Chris Pratt, who leads the team as Peter Quill, the film's relatable half-earthling who rocks badass tunes in his headphones while kicking ass as Star-Lord. But it almost didn't happen that way. As there were plenty of other big names vying for the coveted role.

It may seem crazy to think about now, but at the time, Pratt was mostly known as lovable doofus and Mouse Rat frontman Andy Dwyer on NBC's Parks and Recreation.
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Rob McElhenney & Rob Rosell Comedy Gets Fox Production Commitment

Fox has handed a second big commitment to a multi-camera comedy from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia masterminds Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton. Following the pilot order to Cool Kids, the network has given a pilot production commitment to a blue-collar family comedy executive produced by the trio and written by McElhenney and former It’s Always Sunny executive producer Rob Rosell. Cool Kids got the pilot green light off a finished script. The untitled…
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Kelly Ripa & Mark Consuelos Producing Female Silicon Valley Comedy For ABC

ABC has put in development half-hour comedy Valley Girls (aka Geek Girl Rising), based on Heather Cabot and Samantha Walravens' recently published non-fiction book Geek Girl Rising: Inside The Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech, from Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos' Milojo Prods, Ari Berkowitz (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Kristin Newman (The Neighbors) and ABC Studios. Written by Berkowitz, Valley Girls is inspired in part by the stories of the highly successful women…
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‘Fuller House’ Creator Says the Olsen Twins Really Aren’t Coming Back: ‘I’ve Given Up Asking Them’

‘Fuller House’ Creator Says the Olsen Twins Really Aren’t Coming Back: ‘I’ve Given Up Asking Them’
We can all agree that, for all its many merits, “Fuller House” has one fatal flaw: a distinct lack of Olsen Twins. Neither Mary-Kate nor Ashley has chosen to reprise the iconic role of Michelle Tanner, whose antics helped make the original “Full House” such a hit and launched the sisters’ subsequent careers; in a new TVLine interview, the Netflix reboot’s creator says he’s resigned himself to the fact that it’s never going to happen: “Personally, I’ve given up asking them,” explains Jeff Franklin.

Read More:‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Eviscerates Manipulative Sitcoms Like ‘Fuller House’ By Making One of Their Own

“The door is open, but I’m not going to be calling them anymore to invite them,” continues Franklin. “They just don’t seem interested in coming. It’s been three years of invitations, so they know the door is open. It
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‘Fuller House’ Creator Says the Olsen Twins Really Aren’t Coming Back: ‘I’ve Given Up Asking Them’

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‘Fuller House’ Creator Says the Olsen Twins Really Aren’t Coming Back: ‘I’ve Given Up Asking Them’
We can all agree that, for all its many merits, “Fuller House” has one fatal flaw: a distinct lack of Olsen Twins. Neither Mary-Kate nor Ashley has chosen to reprise the iconic role of Michelle Tanner, whose antics helped make the original “Full House” such a hit and launched the sisters’ subsequent careers; in a new TVLine interview, the Netflix reboot’s creator says he’s resigned himself to the fact that it’s never going to happen: “Personally, I’ve given up asking them,” explains Jeff Franklin.

Read More:‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Eviscerates Manipulative Sitcoms Like ‘Fuller House’ By Making One of Their Own

“The door is open, but I’m not going to be calling them anymore to invite them,” continues Franklin. “They just don’t seem interested in coming. It’s been three years of invitations, so they know the door is open. It
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Toronto 2017: Louis C.K.'s Secret Movie 'I Love You Daddy' is a Minefield

Toronto 2017: Louis C.K.'s Secret Movie 'I Love You Daddy' is a Minefield
"We were working to get it right for you guys," Louis C.K. says, addressing the crowd at the sold-out Saturday afternoon premiere of I Love You Daddy, the "secret" movie the stand-up/showrunner/filmmaker slipped into the Toronto International Film Festival's lineup without build-up or warning. By "you guys," he didn't mean the public at large, or even the overall populace of this fine Canadian metropolis, though he did give the city a shout-out ("I come here, and I tour, and I'm not just saying that to make you like the movie,
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’It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’: Charlie Day Thinks That ‘We’ve Not Seen the Last of Dennis Reynolds’

’It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’: Charlie Day Thinks That ‘We’ve Not Seen the Last of Dennis Reynolds’
Philadelphia got a little less sunny when it was revealed that Dennis (Glenn Howerton) would be leaving the gang after 12 seasons on the irreverent comedy. This came as quite a blow to fans, as the main cast had remained unchanged since Danny DeVito joined at the beginning of the second season. According to Charlie Day, however, there may be hope yet: “I imagine we’ve not seen the last of Dennis Reynolds,” the actor tells HuffPost.

Read More:‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Supercut Brings Together Every ‘God Dammit’ From All 134 Episodes — Watch

“We really never want to do the show without Dennis. There is a possibility that maybe we would have Dennis in part of a season, not a complete season,” he adds. “I think we would still do a great season. There is a possibility that we have Dennis for an entire season, which would be fantastic.
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’It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’: Charlie Day Thinks That ‘We’ve Not Seen the Last of Dennis Reynolds’

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’It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’: Charlie Day Thinks That ‘We’ve Not Seen the Last of Dennis Reynolds’
Philadelphia got a little less sunny when it was revealed that Dennis (Glenn Howerton) would be leaving the gang after 12 seasons on the irreverent comedy. This came as quite a blow to fans, as the main cast had remained unchanged since Danny DeVito joined at the beginning of the second season. According to Charlie Day, however, there may be hope yet: “I imagine we’ve not seen the last of Dennis Reynolds,” the actor tells HuffPost.

Read More:‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Supercut Brings Together Every ‘God Dammit’ From All 134 Episodes — Watch

“We really never want to do the show without Dennis. There is a possibility that maybe we would have Dennis in part of a season, not a complete season,” he adds. “I think we would still do a great season. There is a possibility that we have Dennis for an entire season, which would be fantastic.
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Art of Elysium 20th Anniversary Celebration Draws Charlie Day, 'Mindy Project's' Beth Grant

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia actor Charlie Day and Mindy Project actress Beth Grant were among the stars who attended the Art of Elysium's 20th anniversary celebration Thursday night in Los Angeles.

The event was held at the recently opened There-There art gallery and commemorated the organization, founded by Jennifer Howell, which encourages actors, artists and musicians to voluntarily dedicate their time and talent to programs for hospitalized youth, special-needs education centers, homeless shelters, elder-care homes and hospice-care facilities. Champagne was flowing throughout the night as artists, celebs and potential bidders mingled amid the various works of art...
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How 'Game of Thrones' Walked the Line of War and Reveals in 'Eastwatch'

[Warning: this story contains spoilers for the fifth episode of Game of Thrones' seventh season, "Eastwatch."]

Bronn of the Blackwater (Jerome Flynn) would love nothing more than to take full credit for shooting Drogon, but another man was at least equally responsible for shooting the dragon: Matt Shakman, director of the past two episodes of Game of Thrones.

Shakman, best known for directing several episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, is the filmmaker who brought the Loot Train Battle to life in "The Spoils of War," and assembled one of the greatest bands of warriors...
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‘A.P. Bio’: Jean Villepique Cast As Regular In NBC Comedy

Jean Villepique (Up All Night) has been cast as a series regular in new NBC comedy A.P. Bio, from Saturday Night Live writer Mike O'Brien, SNL honcho Lorne Michaels and former SNL-er Seth Meyers. Written by O'Brien, A.P. Bio stars It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia co-lead Glenn Howerton as a philosophy scholar who loses out on his dream job and goes to work as a high school Advanced Placement biology teacher but he makes it clear he will not be teaching any biology…
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