Benedict Cumberbatch! Frozen’s Elsa! And (hopefully) first looks at Game of Thrones’ Sand Snakes and the Justice League of America. Here’s our wish list for 2014’s San Diego Comic-Con, running from July 23–27.
With so many films and TV shows playing at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, there is only so much one person can see — and these are the ones I’m most looking forward to!
The first two episodes of Season 5 aired last night, and man does it feel good to have Dan Harmon back in our lives again.
The long-awaited return of the NBC comedy — now back under the watchful eye of creator Dan Harmon — distances itself from its disappointing fourth season. Gas leak year, people.
Our time has come friends.
One of the cast pooped their pants once. Just sayin’.
Yes, a character is named “Britta” and no, she’s not named after the water filter.
He also gives us the details on The Soup Investigates, a new Klondike campaign, the upcoming season of Community — and Dan Harmon’s involvement with it.
The ousted creator and showrunner had been in talks with Sony to return for the sitcom’s fifth season. Looks like the deal’s been closed.
When Chevy Chase abruptly left Community while filming its fourth season, writers had no time to craft a proper goodbye for his character. Here are a few ideas, anyway.
I guess you’re supposed to pass out in front of the wedding party after performing your duties?
The creator of Community answered questions about his firing and issues with Chevy Chase quite bluntly in a Reddit AMA yesterday afternoon. Here are the juiciest tidbits.
Community’s ex-showrunner gave his first television interview since his firing from the NBC sitcom to Marc Maron (who just so happens to be in the hosting seat this week on Attack of the Show. For fans of the show, it’s well worth the watch.
This can only end poorly. In what may be the most condescending memo ever leaked, Sony feels confident the out-of-left-field firing of Harmon will fall off the public radar quickly.
An analogy in which Sony/NBC is a witch. Just go with it. It’ll make sense soon enough.
Folks, welcome to the darkest timeline.
The creator and showrunner of NBC’s cult comedy “Community” has officially been replaced by Sony. Troy Barnes summarizes my feelings:
Profanity is more palatable with puppies. Here’s the transcribed voicemail Chevy Chase left for “Community” creator Dan Harmon. Chase and Harmon have been feuding since Chase walked off the set, upset about unfinished scripts. Harmon retaliated by standing in front of a “Community” wrap party — attended by Chase and his family — and screaming “F**k you, Chevy.” WARNING: Foul language.
The creator of Community discusses his master plan to make it the greatest show in the history of television.