Terrific first script meeting for “Thor Love and Thunder” with our ever fearless leader Taika Waititi. My notes were so detailed and intense that the only way for Taika to fully absorb them was to roll himself into a tight cocoon and bake in the endless possibilities of where the film will take us. The bloke in the background was equally riveted by my storytelling prowess.


Come Play

Universal has released to new clips from Come Play, the upcoming Gillian Jacobs horror movie about a boy’s legitimately supernatural imaginary friend.

The Venture Bros.

According to Doc Hammer, he and Jackson Publick have been in talks with Adult Swim about a potential post-cancelation wrap-up special for The Venture Bros., in light of season seven’s unconventional ending.

We would never end the show with one of our characters going away. We have a character walking away from the Venture family, which is not the way Jackson and I think of the Ventures. There is love and family at the core of all this, and yes [it’s] dysfunctional... but love and family is a deep part of our show. And to have somebody flip his gears and just go off in search for himself... that’s not the kind of ending we would ever write. That doesn’t feel good to me.



Untitled David Weil Anthology

Amazon has ordered a new sci-fi anthology series from Hunters David Weil described as “dramatic and thought-provoking. The currently untitled project will “tell seven unique character-driven stories” exploring “the deeper meaning of human connection in the near future.”



The Mandalorian

During a recent interview with The People’s Movies, Clancy Brown stated he is unlikely to reprise his role as Burg the Devaronian on The Mandalorian.

Nobody has talked to me so probably not.


Finally, Bill Skarsgård doesn’t dance in a clip from next week’s episode of Soulmates.

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