From Robocop to… supervillain?
According to several sources, including Latino Review and The Wrap, Robocop star Joel Kinnaman is in talks to replace Tom Hardy in DC’s upcoming supervillain-stacked Suicide Squad. If negotiations with the actor are successful, Kinnaman will play Rick Flagg, the reluctant leader of the group comprised of nefarious supervillains assembled to take on secret suicide missions for the United States government.
The film, which is… Continue reading 'Robocop' Star Joel Kinnaman Touted to Replace Tom Hardy in DC's 'Suicide Squad'
The comment section is a scary, scary (and, sometimes, rather funny) place—and now E! is going there with Comments Section.
The network has given the greenlight to the pilot, which will be executive produced by The Soup host Joel McHale and will star comedian Michael Kosta. In the pilot, Kosta will comment on comments in a probably snarky manner—think @Midnight or, well, The Soup.
There’s no date set yet for… Continue reading E! greenlights Joel McHale-produced ‘Comments Section’
Watch out, Jerry Seinfeld. You’ve got a little bit of competition in the web series world, care of
“Community” star Joel McHale.
Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” has been ordered for a fifth season online, but it might have been one-upped.
“The Soup,” which McHale hosts, came up with “Comedians in Cars Getting Cocaine.” In the short video, McHale and
Esquire Network (the re-branded G4 channel) debuts this fall with several original series. But the one I’m most excited about is The Getaway (Sept. 25 at 9 p.m.). From executive producer Anthony Bourdain and Zero Point Zero Production, each hour-long episode features a revolving cast of travel-loving celebs who take viewers on a tour of some of the world’s greatest cities. And since it’s the closest I’ll ever get… Continue reading ‘The Getaway’: Joel McHale, Aziz Ansari, and the full lineup of vacationing celebs — EXCLUSIVE