Things We Saw Today: Watch The Trailer For Donald Glover’s New FX Series
If you’ve been missing Donald Glover on television ever since his tenure as Troy on Community ended, the people at FX have got you covered. Glover’s long-confirmed new series is called Atlanta, and it’s a semi-autobiographical series created and written by Glover which will consist of ten episodes and begin airing on September 6.
- Kevin Smith is going to be directing an episode of Supergirl in its second season over at the CW, and he said that the title of the episode he’s directing is loosely inspired by a script he wrote back in the day for Superman. (via Comic Book Resources)
- YouTube Channel Star Wars Alert has combined four Star Wars trailers into one long supercut, so you can see how Rogue One links up with everything. I AM EXCITE. (via Newsflash)
- Suicide Squad actor Joel Kinnaman believes that the negative critical reviews of the film were actually a good thing: “Now people don’t have too-high expectations for it…people went into the theaters and just got entertained by what they saw.” (via Comic Book Resources)
- Jessica Jones showrunner Melissa Rosenberg has hinted at the possibility of multiple villains in season 2. (via Entertainment Weekly)
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