Billy Crystal is shooting a sitcom pilot, and, miraculously, isn’t for another CBS series where a guy lives in close proximity to obnoxious parents.
Based on the 2004 Swedish series Ulveson och Herngren, the show would here go by the boring title The Comedians if FX picks it up to air. It’s a single-camera comedy and, like everything Crystal does now, it’s centered largely on how he is old (not that anyone can see his age through that full cap of chestnut hair). He’ll aptly play an increasingly-irrelevant comedian who gets partnered on a late night show with a younger, edgier comic. As an authority on being old, Crystal will also co-write alongside Burn Notice creator Matt Nix and Seinfeld/Curb Your Enthusiasm writer-director Larry Charles, who will shoot the pilot in the Curb‘s easygoing, handheld style. Whether or not the pilot gets a series order, the plan is now for NBC to just give this a go with Leno.
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When aliens threaten another invasion against Earth, Harrison Ford suggests mankind find “a new kind of soldier. One who doesn’t think the way we think, fear the things we fear–one the enemy would never expect.” Instead of dogs or the mentally ill, they go with children, because that’s the questionable creative decision Orson Scott Card made for his 1985 sci-fi classic, Ender’s Game. As promised last week, here’s the first teaser for X-Men Origins: Wolverine director Gavin Hood’s adaptation of the novel, which sees Hugo‘s Asa Butterfield as the future’s greatest hope for a child commander.
I’m not all that sure how accurate it looks compared to the book, but from what I’ve heard of 12-year-olds reacting to intense battle simulations, I’ll tell you it sounds nothing like XBox Live:
She’s never been one to hold back, and Vanessa Hudgens cuts loose in the new video for YLA’s single “$ $ $ ex.”
According to the “Spring Breakers” babe, the whole project was a huge thrill from start to finish, especially the retro theme to it all.
Hudgens explained, “The video is 90s inspired, gritty, with a vision of crazy lights and colors. It’s so different than everything else out there.”
“I love it! It’s empowering to work with five women who know what they want and go after it. It was such a blast.”
Though he’s already working on recreating the magic of Bad Boys by partnering with Martin Lawrence, Kelsey Grammer has made plans to even further entrench himself in the concussive world of Michael Bay by joining the next Transformers sequel. Deadline reports Grammer will play Harold Attinger, a counter-intelligence agent said to be the main villain who’s not formed from metallic CGI clutter. The finer details of the part aren’t know, but it sounds like a good fit for the actor, who last year won a Golden Globe for his authoritative cruelty in Boss. And though it’s been a few years, you may remember he’s pretty good at transforming a car, too.
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