'30 Rock' creator and star Tina Fey once joked about her fears for co-star Tracy Morgan's safety after the end of their show, but she can worry no longer. It seems the former 'SNL' star has landed on his feet at FX. The one-time Tracy Jordan will star in a new FX single camera comedy pilot titled 'Death Pact,' but will Morgan's new role prove as memorable as his Emmy-nominated '30 Rock' legacy?
LAIKA, the studio that brought us the Oscar-nominated animated feature 'ParaNorman,' is reuniting with Focus Features for a new animated project called 'The Boxtrolls' and it sounds too cute. Are these guys the new Pixar?
Fans of NBC's long-running meta series '30 Rock' no doubt appreciate the manic celebrity humor of Tracy Jordan, which unquestionably owes to the real-life quirkiness of star and former 'SNL' player Tracy Morgan. Still, with Morgan's most stable gig coming to a close, and the comedian's notorious tendency to get himself in trouble, should fans be worried about Tracy Morgan? Tina Fey certainly seems to think so, but why?
You'd think that a film starring a recent Academy Award winner (Melissa Leo), one of the best young actors of his generation (Jesse Eisenberg), the biggest comic on television (Tracy Morgan) and a celebrated actor from on of TV's best serials ('The Wire''s Isiah Whitlock) would be a lock. But the alleged comedy 'Why Stop Now' is here to prove that when a movie tries really, really hard to be awful it can overcome the obstacle of having a terrific ensemble cast.