‘The Mindy Project’ Gets Rescued By Hulu

The Mindy Project

The Mindy Project will be back, and bigger than ever. Although Fox cancelled the comedy earlier this month, Hulu has now come to the rescue, scooping it up for a fourth season to consist of 26 episodes. Hit the jump for more on the Mindy Project Hulu move.  Read More »

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Goon - Seann William Scott

As we proceed through the Stanley Cup playoffs, here’s a bit of big news from the world of hockey movies. A sequel to 2011’s Goon is finally moving forward.

Titled Goon: Last of the Enforcers, the new film will once again star Seann William Scott as Doug “the Thug” Glatt. Jay Baruchel, who produced, co-wrote, and co-starred in the original Goon, will direct. More details on the Goon sequel after the jump.  Read More »

Manglehorn trailer

David Gordon Green is back this year with Manglehorn, a bittersweet drama about a cranky and lonely dude who starts to realize that maybe he doesn’t have to be so cranky and lonely anymore. Al Pacino plays the title character. Watch the Manglehorn US trailer after the jump.  Read More »

Kate Beckinsale in Underworld Awakening

Kate Beckinsale is heading back down to the Underworld franchise. She’s just signed on to reprise her role as Selene for the upcoming fifth installment of the action-horror series, which will be directed by Anna Foerster. Hit the jump for more details on the Kate Beckinsale Underworld 5 return.  Read More »

Breaking Bad Huell

As far as TV series finales go, Breaking Bad‘s was pretty great. Vince Gilligan gave satisfying sendoffs to our favorite characters, tying up all the loose ends in a big, beautiful bow. Well — most of the loose ends. The last we saw of Huell, he was waiting in the safe house for Hank and Gomez.

For the past two years, fans have wondered: Is Huell waiting there still? Thankfully, Gilligan finally has an answer for us. Hit the jump to learn about Breaking Bad Huell’s fate.  Read More »

Bebop and Rocksteady

We heard Bebop and Rocksteady would be joining the party for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, and now one-half of the idiot duo has finally been set. Gary Anthony Williams will play Bebop, a mutated warthog who serves as one of Shredder’s henchmen. Now he just needs to find himself a Rockseady. More details on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 Bebop casting after the jump.  Read More »

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Although it’s billed as a Captain America movie, Civil War at this point has a cast big enough to rival any Avengers team-up. Still, not every character in the MCU made it in, and one name that was conspicuously absent was Mark Ruffalo. Or so we thought. A recent post by Ruffalo suggests the Hulk may be joining his Avengers teammates for Captain America: Civil War after all. More about the possible Captain America Civil War Hulk casting after the jump.  Read More »

The Lonely Island

For a musical group that exists as a parody of other musical groups, The Lonely Island has achieved some legitimate success. Their next accomplishment will be Top Secret Untitled Lonely Island Movie, a feature produced by Judd Apatow.

All three Lonely Island members (that’s Jorma TacconeAkiva Schaffer, and Andy Samberg) are starring. Two-thirds of them (Taccone and Schaffer) are directing. As production gets underway, some new details and a funny teaser poster have emerged. Get the latest updates on the Top Secret Untitled Lonely Island Movie after the jump.

Update: Sarah Silverman is joining the Lonely Island gang for their movie. More details on her casting after the jump. Read More »

Scream Queens

Ryan Murphy is bringing his special brand of crazy to the teen slasher genre this fall with Scream Queens, a horror-comedy anthology series on Fox. Not to be confused with Scream, MTV’s new show based the ’90s movie franchise, Scream Queens centers on a sorority house rocked by a serial killer known as the Red Devil.

American Horror Story alum Emma Roberts plays Kappa House HBIC Chanel, while real-life scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis plays the school dean. The results are pretty much exactly what you’d expect if you told the guy who created PopularGlee, and American Horror Story to draw up a college show. Watch the Scream Queens trailer after the jump.  Read More »