“There’s nothing less interesting than a nice guy … sure, he might be great to marry and have kids with, but in terms of entertainment value, who gives a [bleep]? I enjoy playing characters who are damaged and kind of, well, [bleep]holes.”
—Will Arnett in Maxim on his new role on “Running Wilde.” I’m glad he’s playing another damaged jerkface. I still miss Gob Bluth, though. [NY Post] Keep reading »
“Running Wilde” is everything I could ask for in a TV show. Let me count the ways … Keep reading »
“I was willing to bet on the unknown, even if it fails. At least it would be fun and invigorating instead of me playing another nice mom in some sappy movie.”
—Keri Russell unzips for Esquire and tells them why she decided to do “Running Wilde” with Will Arnett, the show that has been called the heir to “Arrested Development” [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Every millisecond in Hollywood, movies and TV shows are pitched to networks and studios. Only a handful of them will ever actually being made, and even of those, very few will get me to the theater on opening night or to hit the “record series” button on my DVR. And yet today, I’ve heard about two projects that have me all the way to giddy.
First up, the movie “Mommy & Me.” Sure, it sounds like an ‘80s aerobics video aimed at girls under the age of five, but it’s actually a movie that sounds kind of amazing. This flick will be a mother/daughter comedy starring Meryl Streep and Tina Fey — which is, um, genius! The movie is basically only a zygote at this point. It has no script and no writers yet, but it does have a director—the awesome Stanley Tucci. Keep reading »