'Wreck-It Ralph' is one of our most anticipated films of the year, and it has a brand new theatrical trailer to introduce you to the world of Ralph -- a video game baddie who's tired of playing mean and wants to explore the life of the good guys.
Rest easy, fans of NBC's 'The Office.' As the show moves into a ninth season with a seemingly ever-changing roster, some new and some returned, one dark spot it seemed was that the perpetually vain Kelly Kapoor (Mindy Kaling) would depart, given the actress' new FOX show. Commands to abandon ship are premature however, as Kaling isn't gone just yet! But, with a full schedule on another network, just how long can Mindy Kaling stop by 'The Office' this year?
Disney's 'Wreck-It Ralph' has added a whole slew of impressive vocal talents to join actors John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman in this nostalgic tale of a video game baddie.
Former 'Office' star Mindy Kaling's new show 'The Mindy Project' is already getting a lot of buzz -- especially now that three new cast members have been announced.
Not one to be outdone by all of NBC's fancy new trailers and announcements at their Upfront presentation today, FOX has decided to get in on the game (on the heels of their big 'Glee' announcement) by releasing a first-look trailer at Mindy Kaling's upcoming sitcom, titled (for now) 'The Mindy Project.' But what 'The Office' and 'SNL' alum show their faces?
Whoops! Looks like a bit of an appropriately messy stumble for Mindy Kaling's recently-picked up FOX sitcom 'It's Messy,' which to date has been one of the more promising pilots of the season. The project went untitled until being announced for pickup in advance of FOX's Upfront presentation, but now it seems that even 'It's Messy' isn't going to cut it. So what's the show being called now?
Well, it's not all bad news. As shows like 'Breaking In,' 'Alcatraz,' and 'The Finder' fall by the wayside, FOX has given life to at least five new series for the coming season. But of the five currently approved for season orders, what might some castings mean for actors currently engaged on on other shows?
We don't want to say we told you so, but it looks like at least one more star of 'The Office' is keeping their options open should NBC decide to pull the plug on the aging sitcom. And for the second time today, we're starting to think that might not be such a bad thing.