It’s a movie.
It’s a movie.
In terms of upcoming shows, has it been mentioned anywhere if Cobie Smulders’ character in ABC’s Stumptown will be bi (as in the comics)? So far I’ve only seen a male love interest mentioned.
It wasn’t NBC, it was the show’s producers. IIRC, they were asked at the TCA press tour if he was bi, and acted as if that idea was ridiculous and there was no way you could have a lead character on a network show be bi.
...I don’t think Katniss is in her 60s in the books.
Oof, even Publisher’s Weekly had nothing good to say about it. https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-250-10889-0
I only recently found out that another character who has similarly shown up on a bunch of different shows is Don Novello’s Father Guido Sarducci, who appeared on SNL, Blossom, the original PBS Tales of the City, and Married with Children: https://tommywestphall.fandom.com/wiki/Guido_Sarducci
I listened to the audiobook, which was great. Mostly done by Bojack guest stars, like Stephanie Beatriz, Kimiko Glenn, Raúl Esparza, Natalie Morales, and Baron Vaughn, along with James Urbaniak and a few others.
I was shocked when I saw that Zombieland 2, which filmed earlier this year, is out in October.
It was a decent enough show. Plus, some of the last work Jonathan Demme ever directed.
I think the concept, according to a leaked synopsis, is that it’s about Loki throughout time, influencing historical events.
Todd has said that he’s been told there’s a role for him.
I think the whole previous series must be tied up in weird licensing limbo, given that S3 is only available on Youtube.
The first mini was 1976, the second was 1977, and the third was a few years later (at least three). Ellen Page’s character is 25, so at least that long has to have passed.
I enjoyed this a lot, having just caught up on the earlier series this week. Very messy at times, though the plot doesn’t go nearly as crazy as the previous minis (the first one ended with the only black character revealing she was a white woman in blackface, the second one revolved around amnesia, and the third one…
I picked up the DVD for €2.50 and really enjoyed it.
I don’t think he had many nice things to say about Leap Year
In another episode they got a rinky-dink robot that couldn’t withstand shit.
I just re-read the book for probably the fourth or fifth time. It’s great, but the pacing is very odd.
The Aziraphale And Crowley bits are all excellent, but they disappear for long portions of the story. Newt, one of the main characters, doesn’t appear until almost halfway through. The Horseman scenes, which don’t…