I have been waiting for a vampire biblical epic for so long. I go to church, I watch vampire movies, and I’ve been waiting (and petitioning my pastor (and Lestat)) to bridge the gap. Looks like my prayers and entreaties have been answered.
“We’re going to meet Kenneth’s [family],” promises exec producer/star Tina Fey, who’s revealed exclusively to TV Guide Magazine that “Kenneth’s mom will be played by Catherine O’Hara and his mom’s ‘friend’ Ron will be Bryan Cranston.”
Turns out that “Yells at Chair” screen cap is fake.
it was supposed to be an obvious photoshop. lurk on tumblr for 5 seconds and you would have found a link to the clint eastwood chair thing that it’s making fun of. my god, if anyone else i’m following says that “it turns out the yells at chair screen cap is fake,” i’m unfollowing them like i did with pop culture brain. lurk moar, people. god damnit, lurk moar. you’re the reason i lose faith in the human race.
Of the thousands of people that reblogged and retweeted the image, I doubt many of them knew it was an intentional manipulation. In fact, I suspect it went viral because people thought it was an amazing coincidence that The Simpsons predicted Eastwood’s speech.
The series is described as a father/daughter workplace single-camera half-hour comedy set in the world of advertising. Williams would star, with Kelley writing and producing along with 20th Century Fox Television. Bill D’Elia is an executive producer, with the project likely landing at CBS.