Are you a big ‘Fletch’ fan? Prove it by finding out just how many ‘Fletch’ movies you’ve actually seen?
A new 'Vacation' film has been in the works, with Ed Helms taking the lead as Rusty Griswold, but he won't be going it alone: veteran stars Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo are in talks to reprise their roles in the latest installment of the series.
It's been a good while since the various 'Community' controversies have reared their ugly heads, from Dan Harmon's exit to the war of words and fellow exit of series star Chevy Chase. Ratings have been largely steady, if disappointing for 'Community's fourth season, but while fans wait for news of a renewal, what does series star Joel McHale have to say of the real reasons Chevy Chase left the series? Find out the latest on 'Community' inside!
With 'Community's long-awaited season 4 premiere finally arriving on Thursday, February 7, the cast have naturally made the press rounds of late and been subject to a number of questions surrounding the show's bubble status, and star Chevy Chase's dramatic (but not unsurprising) exit from the series. Lead actor Joel McHale recently offered up a surprisingly direct assessment of the legendary 'SNL' star's various incidents to Howard Stern, so what did McHale do that made Chase want to fight him?
No one was particularly surprised (except maybe the writers) when Chevy Chase announced that he'd be quitting his role as 'Community's Pierce Hawthorne, particularly given the rough history with both published comments and now-departed creator Dan Harmon. Yet, with two episodes yet to be shot before Chase's exit, and the always hopeful possibility of a fifth season, have the writers re-worked the season to incorporate Pierce's departure? Could Pierce be meeting Mr. Mayhem?
Granted a certain other Thursday sitcom meltdown might have stolen a bit of 'Community's thunder of late, with Chevy Chase finally announcing his resignation from the series prior to the beginning of its fourth, and likely final season, there are still plenty of questions to be answered. With only a few of the 13-episode order for 'Community' season 4 left to shoot, how might the show alter the timeline to reflect Pierce's departure? And will we get another paintball episode after all?
Streets ahead? Streets behind? Just plain streets? Any loyal 'Community' fan knows that for as long as the series has aired on NBC, series star Chevy Chase has had a public distaste for its brand of humor, his character Pierce Hawthorne, and particularly former show-runner Dan Harmon. Chase himself has hinted multiple times that he might leave the series, and has now officially confirmed his exit. But with so much of the thirteen-episode season 4 shot, will we really miss him?
We've gathered the most absurd and, well, dumb news for you this week and put it all together in one convenient location for your reading pleasure. In this week's Dose of Ridiculous, we'll check in with Chevy Chase (again), Nicki Minaj, and oh, hey, it looks like that 'Mummy' reboot is still a thing.
For years now, many have lauded the Emmys as a predictable ceremony, including Jon Stewart last night, but one thing that certainly didn't surprise us was the lack of acknowledgement for 'Community,' in particular its outspoken star Chevy Chase. Over the last year we've heard Chase take potshots at everything from the series to departing showrunner Dan Harmon, but with Harmon gone and 'Community' possibly heading into its last season, what new bile does Chase have for the show?
Please, make it stop. Chevy Chase, you break our hearts whenever you open your mouth about 'Community.' That's right, it seems as though even weeks after the fervor of 'Community' star and comedy legend Chevy' Chase's feud with series creator Dan Harmon seems to have died down, the silver-haired comedian is at it again with any reporter who asks.