Fox sure hopes you're hungry because the network is serving up a fourth season of Bob's Burgers. Fox has ordered 22 new episodes of the animated comedy, the network announced Tuesday.
Fox has ordered up an additional nine episodes of Bob's Burgers before the animated comedy returns for Season 2, the network announced Monday.
"Last season, Bob's Burgers infused our Sunday lineup with a fresh new voice that was fully embraced by our animation domination fans," Fox's President of Entertainment, Kevin Reilly, said in a statement. "[Executive producers] Loren Bouchard, Jim Dauterive and the team have done an amazing job with the show, and we've got one of the most talented and hilarious voice casts in the business, so we look forward to seeing what...
Kevin Kline is attached to star in an as-yet-untitled drama for HBO, Variety reports.
Kline, 62, would play a cardiac surgeon who's served 15 years in prison for murdering his...
Katie Holmes, Kevin Kline and Paul Dano have been tapped to join John C. Reilly in the new comedy The Extra Man.
Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini signed on to direct the movie based on Jonathan Ames' novel, and production is set to begin this February in New York, according to Variety. Springer Berman and Pulcini last directed The Nanny Diaries together.
In the film, Kline plays a failed playwright who works as a male escort for rich widows on the Upper East Side. Kline's character also forms a mentor-student relationship with a troubled, wannabe playwright (Dano). ...
Hows this for irony? All last week, trying not to get too depressed about what a protracted writers strike might mean for the TV season and the industry at large, I was secretly looking forward to a weekend getaway: catching former Alias star Jennifer Garners Broadway debut in a revival of Cyrano, opposite Kevin Kline and Rescue Mes Daniel Sunjata. Unfortunately, my tickets were for Saturday night, by which time the stagehands union had initiated their own sudden walkout and work stoppage.At this rate, I might actually finish the book Ive been reading since mid-October.(Thankfully, I was lucky enough to catch Aaron Sorkin's new play, The Farnsworth Invention, before the strike. It was scheduled to have its official opening night later this week, but when it reopens, I predict a healthy run for this fascinating, entertaining play recounting the birth of television.)While consumers of TV, movies and even theater wait for unions and producers to reac...