Scott Pearson Eberly host this new weekly podcast that serves as a guide in this often overwhelming golden age of 'Peak TV' with opinions, news, and segments like: "The Process" features a conversation with a Hollywood Binge favorite and "Meet the Nielsens" goes back in time to revisit Hollywood. The podcast will also give out "Manager's Specials" finding off the radar classics and unknowns, and "Top 12 In-Season List," movies, and film festival buzz. Episode one premieres January 23rd. It's time to fine tune your streaming! Scott and Josh talk season 3 'True Detective with spoilers!!!!!
The show is kind of like Castle , but with a whole lot more comedy and minus the romance. Rawson Marshall Thurber the creator, writer, director, and showrunner has made some big screen comedies like Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and Central Intelligence, a film Hansen had acted in. Beau Bauman, the executive producer of the new show, also produced Central Intelligence. Thurber and Bauman both watched Hansen on the monitors while he repeatedly made Kevin Hart break in a scene — and Hart never breaks. They mutually decided that they needed to get him on a TV show, and Rawson created the series for Hansen. YouTube Red picked up the show and allowed them all the creative freedom they wanted.
Spy vs Spy long-gestating movie adaptation moves forward with producer Ron Howard
The film follows friends who enter a dodgeball tournament in order to win enough money to save their failing gym from being bought by a corporate fitness chain. Peter LaFleur is the owner of Average Joe's, a small gym with only a few members. When he defaults on the gym's mortgage , it is purchased by his rival, the arrogant White Goodman, a fitness guru and owner of the Globo Gym across the street. Attorney Katherine "Kate" Veatch is working on the transaction for White.
A feature adaptation of the long-running Mad Magazine comic strip Spy vs. Spy has been in the works for nearly a decade, and now Collider has exclusively learned that Rawson Marshall Thurber is in talks to direct the live-action movie for Warner Bros. Ron Howard and Brian Grazer will produce for Imagine, which had initially developed the project as a potential directing vehicle for Howard. Back in June , the Imagine duo brought in David Koepp to produce alongside them and oversee a screenplay that would be written by his Premium Rush partner John Kamps , though other writers have surely had a crack at the script in the intervening years.