The Little Prince is one of those stories where, even if you don’t know it, you’ve heard of it. Originally written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, it’s been adapted into all kinds of different versions. Next year, it’s getting a star-studded Hollywood animated treatment.
If The Muppets was an attempt to recapture the joy and charm of The Muppet Movie, then Muppets Most Wanted is an attempt to do the same with The Great Muppet Caper. It's only semi-successful – ending up as a perfectly serviceable comedy, but not as good as we know the Muppets can be.
Ricky Gervais, excellent roaster of Hollywood and the funnyman behind The Office and Extras, is taking his talents to Netflix. His new show Derek—in which he writes, directs and stars—will be available for anyone to watch on Netflix next year.
The Golden Globes are arguably the most self-fellating award show in the galaxy. Ricky Gervais and friends (possibly including Louis CK, Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, and Larry David) might just live-stream a commentary track. Oh hell yes.
This week's television rules! There's the long-awaited Robot Chicken Star Wars special. Henry Rollins wants to know if you have the "warrior gene." Big Bang Theory does the JLA! Plus live(ish) comedy from Ricky Gervais, Jeff Bridges...and Monty Python.
Ricky Gervais' disturbing little creatures, which look like a mix of private parts and lung butter, will be flying into your laps 3D in their own major motion picture. Is there room for more monsters?
Ricky Gervais, creator of the acerbic British version of The Office, lives in an alternate universe in This Side Of The Truth. He's the man who discovers how to lie in a world where honesty is the only policy. Truth has a stellar comedy cast including Tina Fey, Jason Bateman, Jonah Hill Christopher Guest, and Rob…
Doctor Who star David Tennant played himself (and the Doctor) in the final episode of Extras, and dredged up every painful stereotype about the show. It's all there: the crappy costume, the technobabble, the dumb science lesson (sodium chloride=salt) and the dying alien's mouth goo. It's not nearly as good a Who spoof…
Will Battlestar Galactica ever film its final episodes? Maybe not, says Ron Moore. Blame complicated contract wrangling: the studio wants to keep the show's actors on contract without paying them, under the "force majeure" clauses of their contracts. But because the show managed to film the required minimum of 13…