“Scream,” the Wes Craven slasher that kickstarted the mid/late 90s resurgence of teen slashers could be coming to a TV Screen near you. Website Bloody Disgusting got their hands on some plot details of the Wes Craven helmed pilot for MTV. The script will be penned by Jill Blotevogel, and not the original writer of the films, Kevin Williamson, who seems to have left FOX’s “The Following” to pursue another television project.
This is a great PSA from our friend Rob Kutner about what you can to do help restore representation to the people, not the corporations. The video basically shows a bunch of testimonials of “regular people” incorporating themselves in order to get the same rights as some of the corporations in the United States. So my question is, if I run into problems, will they bail me out to? Enjoy!
Rob Kutner, one of our favorite contributors has just released a video parodying the ‘Wolfman’ remake called “Wolfman, DDS,” starring Kutner, Sheryl Zohn, and Will Forte. The video is a promo for his upcoming NYC Purim Sketch show “The Shushan Channel” February 27th, 2010 at 92Y Tribeca.
If you live in the NYC area you should definitely check it out, there are two shows (8p and 10p) and you can buy tickets here!
When is Jason Segal’s Muppet movie going to come out? I have no idea, but the more of these fun viral muppet videos that come out, the more I want to know about his project. I’m not sure if this is related at all to that movie. But, it is very very sweet.
Oprah Winfrey has announced that she will be ending the Oprah Winfrey Show at the end of her current contract, September 2011.
The Oprah Winfrey Show has been on for 25 years, and launched Oprah into super-stardom, she’s used her platform to educate, promote, and help others through philanthropy.
People predict that Oprah will focus her attention on her magazines, radio show, and her new television network that will be launching next year.
Words can’t describe my excitement for the final season of 24. After a lackluster Season 6, the writing team turned it around with the TV movie and 7th season. This season, they’ve moved the story to NY. Jack Bauer, New York City, Final Season.
It’s going to rock.
Our friend Rob Kutner has sent us his latest web short, his “critical contribution to the healthcare debate.” We’ve featured Kutner’s stuff in the past, his Juno parody “Jewno,” and his book “Apocolypse How.” Kutner is currently a writer for the ‘The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien’
Check out his latest video below!
So, they aren’t calling it quite a reunion, but as close to one as we’ll ever get. For the upcoming long anticipated season of Curb, Larry and the gang are approached to come together for a Seinfeld reunion!
Punchline Magazine has a great behind the scenes look at the new season that premieres September 20th.
anyone else as excited as me after watching that?
Rumors of a Hulu app on my iPhone got me very excited, but it has been a while since those rumors hit, and still nothing. But, this new rumor, is definitely even more exciting. Netflix could be releasing an official iPhone app that lets you stream the companies “Watch it Now” video streaming selections.
Though, this would be awesome if you could stream via 3G, but it is likely, much like the SlingPlayer app, you’ll only be able to stream while connected to Wifi.
Oh well, either way, it’d be awesome to watch Lost, Mad Men, Dexter, and some movies during my lunch break.
I take long lunch breaks.
Danny Huston has joined the cast of Barry Levinson’s Jack Kevorkian biopic, ‘You Don’t Know Jack.’
Dr. Jack Kevorkian aka Dr. Death rose to infamy by conducting assisted suicides for the elderly. Other actors signed to the film are Al Pacino (as the title character), Susan Sarandon, and John Goodman. Danny Huston has been cast as Geoffrey Fieger, lawyer to Kevorkian.
The film is being produced for HBO Films.