Via Screen RantIf you’re eager to see behind-the-scenes footage of Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis dangling off a balcony in front of a green screen, or the main actors trading snark between takes, then look no further than this new featurette we have for you today.
FX has released the season 3 premiere date for television's favorite cannabis loving canine. Rejoice! Wilfred returns for back-to-back episodes on June 20th. That's a whole hour of Wilfred adventures! And by "adventures" I mean "hanging out in Elijah Woods' basement."
Over the season's first two weeks (June 20 and June 27),Wilfred will air back-to-back new episodes. The show will then take July 4 off to go to the park and pee on things, returning the following week with single episodes for the rest of the season.
Wilfred is an oddly hilarious show chronicalling the relationship between a young man (Elijah Wood) and his neighbor's dog. It is ridiculously funny, and should be watched by all.
Wilfred season 3 premieres June 20th at 10pm ET on FX.
Chuck Lorre sure knows how to pick some guest stars. In the past we've seen the likes of Buzz Aldrin, Stephen Hawking and Neil deGrasse Tyson grace The Big Bang Theory set. Yesterday, we were introduced to "Professor Proton," Sheldon's long-time childrens' show icon played by none other than comedy legend Bob Newhart.
(Via Columbus Dispatch)
“Chuck (Lorre, the show’s co-creator) and I have been talking about this for a long time, and we (could) never agree on the show,” Newhart said by phone recently.
“I am a big fan of The Big Bang Theory. I thought it was extremely well-written, and it’s done in front of a live audience — and those were the two requirements that I had.”
Another requirement of Newharts? Appear in more than one episode - Awesome.
Actually, he had a third: He wanted to return for at least two more episodes — something he hopes will happen next season.
“It’s a little more important than a guest shot,” said the former Newhartstar, who has also appeared in NCIS and Desperate Housewives, and whose dramatic arc on ER scored an Emmy nomination.
It seems we'll be seeing "Professor Proton" in the very near future. The Big Bang Theory airs Thursdays, 8pm on CBS. The season 6 finale airs on May 16th.
The documentary of one of the internet's most awesome cats has won the famed "best film" award New York's Tribeca film festival!
(Via The Daily Beast)
The Vice documentary Lil Bub & Friendz tells the story of the “permakitten” who became an Internet sensation and examines our obsession with other Internet-famous cats. Lil Bub isn’t like the rest of them. She’s a dwarf, so her limbs are disproportionately smaller than the rest of her body, and her underdeveloped lower jaw makes her tongue stick out permanently. Frankly, she couldn’t be more adorable, and as her owner put it, “she makes it OK to be different.”
Lil' Bub even hit the promotional circuit, filming a pretty hilarious 'interview' for the film.
Good job Lil' Bub!
In a little over one month millions of Netflixers (Netflixites?) will embark on a 7.5 hour Arrested Development stream-a-thon. How will the internet fare with millions of AD fans hogging so much bandwidth? David Cross doesn't think it will end well.
We last saw the Bluth family way back in 2006 - Why it took 7 long years to revive the greatest sitcom of all time, I will never know. What I do know is that it will be absolutely epic. Entertainment Weekly is commemorating the occasion with 3 limited edition magazine covers. They also had a chance to chat with the cast and crew.
(Via Entertainment Weekly)
“This year is about the enduring entanglements of family,” Mitch Hurwitz, series creator, explains of the new season. “They are 10 years older than when we met, so that means emotionally they’re, like, two years older than we met them. Amazing things happen when one goes from being emotionally 12 years old to emotionally being 14 years old.” Or, as Will Arnett, a.k.a. misguided magician Gob, declares: “It’s the story of shame, cunning, thievery, dishonor, backstabbing, deceit, bold-faced lying, one-upmanship, psychological torture, lust, financial ruin, and magic, all supported by a very broad beam of dysfunctional love.”
Check out all 3 covers here. Arrested Development premieres May 26th only on Netflix.
Show stills have also been released! If these don't have you foaming at the mouth.... well, then I just don't know.