As writer/producer Bryan Fuller tweeted Wednesday, "'Mockingbird Lane' lives!"
… Well, kind of.
The NBC project, an update and reboot of ‘60s sitcom “The Munsters,” has been in development since last year - and now, at last, its trailer has premiered.
Rebel Wilson's year just keeps getting better.
The actress/comedian, whose stardom took off with last summer’s “Bridesmaids” and has continued with this fall’s “Pitch Perfect," has sold an untitled comedy project to Universal Studios, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“BE BACK SOON.”
That’s it. At some point on October 4, while we were all too busy looking at post-debate analysis, Kanye West — rapper, filmmaker and Kardashian boyfriend extraordinaire — deleted all of his tweets, leaving the above as the only sign that he’d ever been on Twitter at all.
Will he, in fact, be back? What if he isn’t?
Darren Criss should really stop making his fans cry.
On the eve of Thursday's emotional “breakup” episode of "Glee," Criss — who plays the dreamy-eyed and dreamy-voiced Blaine, one half of one half of the show’s two power couples — penned an open letter to his fans on Facebook.
Joel McHale will keep cooking “The Soup” — at least for two more years.
The news that McHale will continue hosting E!’s rapid-fire reality-show clip-blender “The Soup,” as he has since 2004, comes just as the comic-actor-host signs deals with Sony Pictures Television and E!, in addition to launching his own production company, Free Period Productions, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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