Kevin James has found another hit series starring on his new CBS comedy Kevin Can Wait. It wasn’t that long ago when James had one of the biggest comedies on CBS with The King of Queens.
The Kings of Queens ran for nine season CBS (1998-2006) and has since never left the air playing in syndication all over world. The series, which centered on delivery man Doug Heffernan (James), succeed as a relatable family comedy, and hopefully Kevin Can Wait will prosper in a similar manner.
Even though it’s been over a decade since the show ended, James told us he still has great memories of making the show and misses his co-stars Leah Remini, Jerry Stiller and the rest of the cast (Click on the media bar below to hear Kevin James)
Don’t miss Kevin James’s current his series Kevin Can Wait Monday nights 8/7c on CBS.
NBC is currently in negotiations to bring the classic comedy hit Will & Grace back to television. Just a few weeks ago, the cast reunited for a special episode which aired online to endorse Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Will & Grace ran for eight seasons (1998-2006), and the show continues to run on televisions all over the world. The groundbreaking series, which starred Emmys winners Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally, Eric McCormack, and Debra Messing, won 16 Emmys and numerous other awards. Anytime a show that had as long of a run such as Will & Grace can’t be easy for any of the cast members, especially when the program ends! We spoke to Debra Messing, who told us that when the show ended she had a tad of postpartum depression! (Click on the media bar to hear Debra Messing)
Are you excited for the return of Will & Grace? Let us know!
Mystery Science Theater fans will be treated to four never before on DVD episodes with the November 22nd release of Mystery Science Theater 3000: Vol. XXXVII. Just in time for Turkey Day, MST3K buffs will get to check out The Human Duplicators, Escape 2000, The Horror of Party Beach, and Invasion of the Neptune Men with the 4-DVD collectible tin box set.
The first 1,500 orders that are placed on ShoutFactory.com will also receive the MST3K bonus disc Fancy Hollywood Awards Preview Specials.
Released in 1965, The Human Duplicators centers on an alien who begins to have a soft spot for humanity after falling in love with a blind girl. A deadly corporation gentrifies a Bronx neighborhood to create the city of the future in Escape 2000, and residents at a coastal town battle mutated fish-men in The Horror of Party Beach. Martial arts legend Sonny Chiba stars in the 1961 kids movie Invasion of the Neptune Men.
Special features on the collection include new introductions by Mary Jo Pehl, MST Hour Warps, MST Hour Wraps, August on Neptune with Japanese film historian August Ragone, a featurette on the making of Escape 2000 and The Horror of Party Beach, theatrical trailers, and four mini-posters by artist Steve Vance.
Doctor Strange centers on Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), an arrogant and talented neurosurgeon whose career is shattered after a car accident severely injures his hands. A fateful journey to Nepal leads Strange to the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), a seemingly immortal mentor who gives Strange an entryway into the mystic arts.
Though the Marvel Comics character was created back in the early 1960s, Strange’s story is just as relevant today.
“There’s something really radical that’s said in this film which is that ego and fear are things to be lived beyond,” said Swinton. “And let’s face it – this is a hot topic. We really need people to remind us right now that ego and fear are not necessarily the only option we can live through . . . this is such a modern film for that reason.”
Click on the media bar to hear Cumberbatch talk about how Doctor Strange also explores the themes of mindfulness and how the 1960s was an influential time in history..
Co-starring Chiwetel Ejioforand Rachel McAdams, Doctor Strange opens November 4th.
Tyler Perry won his match-up with Tom Hanks, as Boo! A Madea Halloween was the #1 film for the second week in a row, beating newcomer Inferno which made just $15 million. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back came in third with just $9.5 million in its second weekend. Here’s the top 10:
1. Boo! A Madea Halloween – $16.7 million
2. Inferno – $15 million and considering all the hype that surrounded this movie, it’s a disappointing finish.
3. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – Tom Cruise film makes $9.5 million.
4. The Accountant – $8.47 million and worldwide the picture has raked in $72.1 million.
5. Ouija: Origin of Evil – Though it made just $7 million, the thriller has a $9 million budget. Worldwide gross is $43.7 million.
6. The Girl on the Train – $4.27 million and to date the Emily Blunt thriller has amassed $122 million worldwide.
7. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – $3.97 million
8. Keeping Up with the Joneses – $3.4 million and a box-office disappointment for Fox.
9. Storks – $2.8 million
10. Ae Dil Hai Mushjkil – Indian romantic drama makes $2.13 million.