Jonah Hill and Emma Stone aren’t the only maniacs Netflix is putting on display today. The gorgeous ladies of GLOW are psyching themselves up for Season 2 with a little Flashdance, now that Netflix has booked a June premiere.
Lest BoJack Horseman get scooped by WhatTimeIsItRightNow.com, Netflix is making another commitment to our favorite (recovering?) alcoholic horse. The critically-acclaimed animated satire will officially return for a fifth season, clingy execs reveal.
The Disaster Artist premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last night (we’ll have a full review later), and while you won’t be able to see James Franco’s ode to mercurial filmmaker Tommy Wiseau until December, you can watch this great new trailer courtesy of A24. The star-studded film (featuring pretty much every actor you expect to see in a movie with Franco and Seth Rogen) already has a lot of positive buzz, and although it probably won’t earn any Oscars (well, maybe?), its awards season release date doesn’t feel all that strange.
BoJack Horseman is no stranger to disappearances, but disappearing from his own show is another matter. That cryptic Season 3 finale has given way to a BoJack Horseman Season 4 trailer almost entirely absent its title character.
Netflix renewals can be unpredictable, and it certainly raised eyebrows that Alison Brie’s GLOW wrestled through June and July without an official Season 2 announcement. Well, pass the glitter, as the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling will be back in action before long.
Even as Netflix seems to debut new shows twice a week, perhaps no one series is missed so much as BoJack Horseman. Our beloved Horsin’ Around burnout is finally back from vacation, and groggy as ever, setting a September premiere for Season 4.
We’ve only a few days before Netflix starts to GLOW with Alison Brie’s new Netflix Jenji Kohan wrestling dramedy, but why wait? A new featurette goes in-depth with the cast’s ringside preparation, along with all the “crotch to face” action you can handle.
Steven Spielberg’s Pentagon Papers movie, recently retitled The Papers (before it was The Post), has one of the most ridiculously stacked casts in recent memory — and it just recruited more members. Alison Brie, Carrie Coon, David Cross, Bruce Greenwood, Tracy Letts, Bob Odenkirk, Sarah Paulson, Jesse Plemons, Matthew Rhys, Michael Stuhlbarg, Bradley Whitford, Zach Woods, and Pat Healy have signed up help out Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep investigate America’s involvement in the Vietnam War.
The nunsploitation film seems to be making an odd comeback recently — with even Paul Verhoeven catching the fever and announcing his lesbian nun movie Blessed Virgin — and nothing looks more promising than a ton of comedy greats banding together to make a raunchy, hysterical version of Bocaccio’s The Decameron, replete with clergy members throwing around f-bombs and nuns throwing around turnips.