Fox has canceled the animated comedy Murder Police before its planned midseason debut, but producer 20th Century Fox TV will shop around the series to other networks.
With Wreck-It Ralph, Disney delivers a fun and funny animated film that packs a surprisingly nuanced message about what it means to be “good.”
Disney has released the first trailer for Wreck-It Ralph, director Rich Moore’s animated comedy about a classic arcade-game villain (voiced by John C. Reilly) who decides that after decades of routine, he’s tired of playing the bad guy. It opens Nov. 2.
Parks and Recreation star Adam Scott said if cast schedules work out — and Starz gives the greenlight — a Party Down movie could be shot over the summer.
Walt Disney Animation Studios announces Wreck-It Ralph, a CG-animated comedy about a video game villain who desperately wants to be one of the good guys.
Larry David and Jane Lynch join the cast of Bobby and Peter Farrelly’s modern-day take on The Three Stooges.
Paul brings the funny in director Greg Mottola’s latest, a first-time team-up with Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.