Things We Saw Today: Robert Downey Jr Hosted a Winter Soldier Screening For Little Kids On His Birthday
Things We Saw Today
Dammit, Robert, why? Why would you do this to me? Geekosystem has more information if you feel like torturing yourself.
- “Dongs All Over the World” from Saturday’s Anna Kendick-hosted Saturday Night Live episode has been stuck in my head all day. Time to pass it on. (The Frisky)
- Rumor has it that The Lego Movie‘s Phil Lord and Chris Miller have turned down Ghostbusters 3, which they were previously rumored to direct. Welp, if this is true, there goes my reason to watch Ghostbusters 3. (/Film)
The One Doughnut, by Lord of the Rings fan Eva B. in Slovakia. Give is to us, precioussssss. (Neatorama)
- The X-Files showrunner Chris Carter is coming back to your TV computer: Amazon has given a full-series order to his The After, a supernatural drama about “eight strangers who are thrown together by mysterious forces and must help each other survive in a violent world that defies explanation.” The ensemble cast includes Leverage’s Aldis Hodge and Heroes’ (and Agents of SHIELD’s!) Adrian Pasdar. (TVLine)
- Wicked composer Stephen Schwartz says “We’ve actually started gearing up on [the Wicked movie] a little bit,” adding “I don’t know exactly how many years away it is.” A Spring Awakening movie adaptation is apparently also in the works, with director McG—yes, Terminator Salvation, Supernatural, that McG—involved. (/Film)