It sounds too crazy to be real, but it’s actually coming true. The crossover between 21 Jump Street and Men in Black, which was first revealed by the Sony hack in 2014, is now going forward as a possible film. And they found a perfect director.
If it didn’t mean we’d miss amazing films like Being John Malkovich, Adaptation and Her, Spike Jonze could have a great career in late night. Earlier this week, the director helmed directed a surreal new opening to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, which you should watch here.
Gotham begins as Agent Carter ends! The Muppets and Shannara Chronicles close out their seasons with uncertain fates, but Frank Oz returns to voice a CG Yoda on Rebels! It’s a stark time for puppets, but hey, Last Man On Earth is back! And Madchen “Dream Lover” Amick makes a villainous turn on Second Chance! It’s all…
Plus this week’s TV episodes feature the smackdowns we’ve been waiting for: The Flash vs Killer Frost, Supergirl vs. the Black Mercy, and Freddy Kruger vs St. Valentine himself! It’s all on This Week’s TV!
Clancy Brown talks smack about Tolkien Orcs for Warcraft. Chris Pratt teases the secret weapon of the next Guardians of the Galaxy. The new showrunner of The Muppets discusses how she plans to turn the series around. Plus a new clip from Arrow, more Deadpool promos, and new Lucifer pictures. Spoilers Now!
River Song returns in a new Doctor Who Christmas Special! There are 96 hours of Godzilla on El Rey! Lucy Lawless finally returns to Ash vs. Evil Dead! Happy Holidays, it’s This Week’s TV!
I can’t stand Elmo, just can’t deal with this damn Muppet anymore. He’s cute, he’s shrill, and he has made Sesame Street worse.
Break out your Kermit flail gifs, everyone, because we’re not only getting Muppet action figures—they look pretty damn fabulous, too.
Seriously, I’m asking, because I don’t know the answer. It’s not that the jokes aren’t funny—some of them were super funny, although last night’s series premiere was definitely hit and miss. It’s more that this whole concept is just wrong for the freaking Muppets. And then there’s Miss Piggy. Sigh.
It’s officially the start of fall TV season, and seven new shows are launching. But only one of them has bowled us over. Plus Gotham is back, and nuttier than ever. And how will the Doctor save Clara from the Daleks? Plus, David Tennant as the Fugitoid! All this and more, on This Week’s TV!
Emily Blunt once again denies any involvement in Captain Marvel. Brad Bird offers an update on Incredibles 2. Jenna Coleman may be exiting Doctor Who. Plus, new looks at Agents of SHIELD and Ash vs. Evil Dead, plus when Agent Carter is returning. Spoilers Get!
When you were a kid, did you ever play that game where you tried to see who could go the longest giving a straight-faced reading of song lyrics? Turns out, it’s even harder to keep from laughing when the Muppets are doing it.
J.J. Abrams explains what Simon Pegg brought to The Force Awakens. Team Arrow is getting a new base. Star Trek Beyond is trashing a huge starship. Plus, insane rumors about the origin of Jared Leto’s Joker in Suicide Squad, and Olivia Munn in action in X-men Apocalypse. Spoilers Get!
Miles Teller thinks that Fantastic Four won’t review well (and not because it’s bad). It looks like Bruce Banner is joining Civil War. JJ Abrams rules out midichlorians in The Force Awakens. There’s going to be more super-powered characters on Agents of SHIELD. Plus brief new looks at Vixen, Supergirl and more!
Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem covering Kool and the Gang’s “Jungle Boogie”? Fun. Sam the Eagle somewhat reluctantly joining the band on vocals? Pure gold.
A Sherlock star may have joined Star Wars: Rogue One. Batman v Superman adds another comics character. There’s even more crazy rumors about the fate of a Game of Thrones favorite. Plus new looks at Bruce Timm’s Justice League film, and unlikely casting for The Bastard Executioner. Spoilers now!
It’s just so damn fun, I want it on TV now. Right now. Ugh, the wait for fall sucks.
The Flash casts a villain’s father—and films a new villain. The next season of Supernatural will have a car-bound bottle episode. A comic about a time traveling Nikola Tesla is heading to TV. Plus, new footage from both Ant-Man and Fantastic Four, Bill Prady talks Muppets, and more. Spoilers Get!
The Happytime Murders, Brian Henson’s weird, grim take on a world where puppets and humans live alongside each other, has been in development limbo for years—but it looks like the Jim Henson Company has finally gotten the ball rolling on the project again. Yes, puppet noir may actually be coming to the big screen.