Newswire: Now Lazarus will be a TV show, sparing us from a day without a comic book adaptation

Once more, television has renewed its commitment to making sure the sign in Hollywood reading “__ Days Without A New Comic Book Adaptation” always has a “zero” slat on it. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Legendary TV and producer Matt Tolmach are adapting Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s dystopian comic series Lazarus for television. The comic tells the story of […]

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Newswire: Key & Peele’s Mr. Garvey to get the feature film treatment

Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key are making a second movie: Deadline reports that Paramount Pictures has preemptively bought up Substitute Teacher, a pitch to turn the popular recurring sketch from Key & Peele into a feature film. Mr. Garvey has become one of the show’s most popular characters, up there with Obama’s anger translator Luther. Key and Peele will produce […]

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Newswire: Esquire Network wants to show you the money in its new series The Agent

Esquire Network will be introducing the world to four Jerry Maguire hopefuls when it premieres its new documentary series, The Agent, this summer. The Agent will take viewers on a 10-episode journey through the cutthroat world of sports agents leading up to the 2015 NFL draft; expect tense scenes in blandly decorated boardrooms as the show follows agents Jeff Guerriero, […]

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Newswire: Vin Diesel predicts Furious 7 will win Best Picture, for real this time

It’s Oscar Night 2016, and some stuffy Hollywood establishment nerd prepares to read out the winner for Best Picture. He straightens his monocle and opens the envelope, but can only sputter, “N-no! This can’t be!” Finally, he collects himself and, sighing, reads the winning title to a gasping crowd. Vin Diesel, already crowdsurfing his way to the stage, crows, “There’s […]

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TV Club: Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.: “Love In The Time Of Hydra”

So much is happening on Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. that three episodes have passed since we last saw regular character Grant Ward, and his reappearance this week is far from the most pressing storyline in “Love In The Time Of Hydra.” As Coulson and his team continue to fret about how to handle Skye’s new powers, “the real S.H.I.E.L.D.” has entered […]

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What’s On Tonight: Like comedy in a central location? Big Time In Hollywood, FL might be for you!

Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, March 25. All times are Eastern. Top pick Big Time In Hollywood, FL (Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.): So what is the show that’s taking Broad City‘s place (for now) all about? Big Time In Hollywood, FL is a serialized comedy about two “delusional” brothers (who just so happen to fancy […]

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11 Questions: They Might Be Giants’ John Flansburgh on ALF, MC Serch, and manic pixie dream girls

As one-half of the longstanding alt-rock act They Might Be Giants, John Flansburgh has spent the last 30-odd years of his life both educating and entertaining discerning listeners. 2015 is a bit of a renaissance year for TMBG, with the group reviving its popular Dial-A-Song program, touring the world, and releasing three albums over the next two years. The group […]

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