Although CBS didn't pick up Gregory Thomas Garcia's comedy series Super Clyde, starring Rupert Grint and Stephen Fry, the network has posted the pilot online, giving us a look at a very different brand of superhero.
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Super Clyde, the CBS comedy pilot in which Rupert Grint gets rich and decides to become a superhero, is getting an actor worthy of its Batman-spoofing concept. Stephen Fry will be playing the butler who helps Grint's Clyde with his crimefighting quest.
Everybody's favorite ginger from Harry Potter has a strange new superhero show lined up as his next project. It's a little bit of Kick-Ass with a touch of Bubble Boy, and it's called Super Clyde. The show is currently under development at CBS, and according to THR: