School is back in session for Columbia Pictures, which just announced it’s green-lit a sequel to the 2011 hit “Bad Teacher.”
Though there’s currently no deal in place with original star Cameron Diaz, director Jake Kasdan is back on board for the follow-up, as are Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, who wrote the first film and will produce this next one alongside Kasdan. The raucous… Continue reading 'Bad Teacher' Sequel in the Works: Will Cameron Diaz Star?
When tuning into “The Simpsons” Sunday (April 14), don’t be shocked to see the family missing from their usual spot on the couch. Instead, viewers will see Marge, Homer and the kids working in a new family business: “blue sky” cupcakes.
As Marge makes and sells the cupcakes at the church bake sale, Homer oversees the operation by sleeping on the couch and sneaking some batter for himself
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‘s lethal henchman is headed to NBC’s thriller pilot Bloodline.
Actor Jonathan Banks has accepted a central role in the project as the villainous Leo Killpriest, the patriarch of an ancient line of killers, brigands and mercenaries who’s worried that the last remaining members of his scattered family will be wiped off the face of the earth.
Bloodline is… Continue reading ‘Breaking Bad’ heavy cast in NBC’s ‘Bloodline’
“Modern Family” and “Breaking Bad” are the clear front-runners in the nominations for the 2013 Writers Guild of America Awards.
Both shows are nominated in their respective series categories, and they each occupy at least half the slots in the episodic categories. “Breaking Bad” scored four of the six nominations for individual drama episodes — that’s half of the episodes the AMC series aired in 2012… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad' and 'Modern Family' dominate Writers Guild TV nominations