Early promos for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 11 saw the Paddy’s Pub gang hit the slopes, but the latest full spot for our 2016 premiere really pushes to the limit. We may need a montage, if Always Sunny becomes a full-on ‘80s skiing movie.
It’s hard to believe that It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will be going strong through an eleventh season, its second now on FXX, but the Paddy’s Pub gang doesn’t appear to have lost any steps in the barrel-full of new promos. Check in with Charlie, Dee, Mac, Dennis and Frank with over half a dozen new looks at Always Sunny Season 11!
Just the other day, FX and FXX set official premiere dates in January for It’s Always Sunny in Philidelphia Season 11, and after its initial teasers, Charlie, Mac, Dee, Dennis and Frank have a first full trailer of their return. See what Paddy’s regulars turn up, who’s mainlining wine, and who’s practicing “Bird Law” in the latest footage.
We’re barely halfway through November, and already FX and FXX are gearing up their winter wares for 2016. The cable network has set official premieres for the eleventh season of Always Sunny, as well as the premiere of Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story, two comedies and more.
Tracy Morgan made quite the emotional return to the public eye during the 2015 Emmy Awards, his first televised appearance since the comedian’s involvement in a major car accident last year. In addition to hosting SNL this fall and working on his new FXX show, Morgan has also set his first film role since the accident: the actor and comedian has joined Ice Cube and Charlie Day in the upcoming comedy Fist Fight.
The Tracy Morgan comeback train has officially left the station, between the 30 Rock star’s triumphant public return to last night’s 2015 Emmy Awards, and an upcoming SNL return to firmly put the 2014 auto accident behind him. We can also once again expect Morgan to headline his own FXX series, as the recovered comedian assures that development will resume.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia hasn’t lost many steps over ten (!) seasons to date, but FX and FXX still know how to take the Paddy’s Pub gang off sure footing. Our first look at Mac, Dennis, Dee, Charlie and Frank’s 2016 return has arrived, as the gang hits the slopes, nearly drowns, and ruins even more lives.
Now this is a perfect marriage between 'Tonight Show' guest and 'Tonight Show' game. On last night's show, host Jimmy Fallon and guest Charlie Day broke into a quick game of 5-Second Summaries in an attempt to stretch their brains to the very boundary of "no, this is not enough information to accurately guess something."
Let’s go back. Back in time before Paul Feig swooped in to direct an all-female ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot which we’re actually excited about. Back in time to when the long-gestating ‘Ghostbusters 3’ was still a possibility, a sequel that most people didn’t really want. Back here in the land that time forgot, original ‘Ghostbusters’ director and producer Ivan Reitman was planning to helm the long-delayed third installment in the franchise, and according to some recently uncovered e-mails from Sony, we now know what that sequel would have been called—and who might have starred in it.
When Guillermo del Toro last spoke about ‘Pacific Rim 2,’ we learned that the sequel would feature some—but not all—of the characters from the first film, and that he wanted to have the remaining characters appear by the end as a way to (hopefully) build to a third installment. And now we have a more detailed update from the director as the sequel takes shape and prepares to enter production, including more plot specifics and at least two characters who will definitely be returning for ‘Pacific Rim 2.’