Bret McKenzie has come a very long way — after proving he was worth his elf salt in “Lord of the Rings,” he went onto become one half of the most popular New Zealand folk comedy duo and is up for an Oscar for his catchy tune, “Man or Muppet.” He’s also the lead in a feature film, but… this one feels a bit off the path of success.
Barely one day after Legendary Pictures stopped production plans on “Paradise Lost,” Columbia and its sister studio, Screen Gems, have put the brakes on two other risky projects. Per The Hollywood Reporter, both “The Boys” and “Mortal Instruments” have been placed in turnaround by the studios, meaning unless another party comes in to help facilitate production costs, the planned films will be shipped to development hell.
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Congratulations and welcome to your weekend. Obviously the main event is the two days of restfulness, but hopefully you’ll enjoy THESE party favors as well:
What to watch on Friday, January 20…
8pm, NBCChuckIn “Chuck Versus the Bullet Train,” our hero and Sarah infiltrate a Japanese bullet train in order to bring down Nicholas Quinn. Meanwhile Casey must make a monumental decision, but that’s Casey for you. I mean, what else is… Continue reading What to Watch This Weekend: Fringe, Angry Boys, and Rob Lowe in Untouchable