Woodley follows the story of, you guessed it…Woodley – a man who is struggling to find his place in a world that seems keen on working against him. And underpinning his plight are his struggles to win back his family which he so desperately misses.
The full length “Ferris Bueller Returns” sees Matthew Broderick as himself, skipping out on a day of acting work and living it up in his fairly lameballs cars. Sure, it cements Broderick’s daggy nature – but with The Hangover’s Todd Phillips behind the camera you can rest assured that this is a pretty fun and fresh twist to the ’80s classic.
Their latest venture is Life’s Too Short which follows a small actor… literally. Warrick Davis is probably best known as being an elf or gnome in pretty much every British fantasy film that’s ever been put to celluloid – so it makes perfect sense for Warwick to try to join Gervais’ merry band of misfits.
The challenges the teams will face in The Rok Adventure are designed to test man and machine, be entertaining and bring out the best (or worst) in all the participants.
Simmons has made a video clip for the Pine Cones song to promote the Sydney season of The Precise History of Things, it’s all you ever needed to know about everyday things, from pencils (very handy for marking depressed sheep with happy faces) to moths (make great snacks at parties…).
Arrested Development is widely known as one of the funniest, smartest and most under-appreciated TV shows ever to hit the small screen, and we’ve had an update on the long awaited film…
A lot has changed since the pair were at their peak. Televsion is a much stanger and weirder place since the lads left us in the mid-1990s. In fact, MTV don’t even show that many music videos anymore.
It’s time to dust off your “Heck Yes” T-shirts (don’t laugh, I have one) and your “Vote For Pedro” coffee mugs as 20th Century Fox has given the go ahead for an animated television series based on the characters from the 2004 cult film, Napoleon Dynamite.
Well, Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedian – looks like you have a competitor on your hands – as audiences are about to go inside the mind of a man who had it all and lost it.
It is claimed that the younger Kutcher will “breathe new life into the aging comedy series” – but that’s sort of like saying Kirk Cameron will breathe new life into Christianity.
Can one man survive a whole day of live radio – juggling regular segments and extreme listener challenges? Well Sam Simmons is going to try!
Chris Lilley’s Angry Boys has been delayed for months now, but we’ve finally got our first look.