facebook_pixel Press "Enter" to skip to content

Looking to start your TV writing journey?

Three men and a show

Simon Beaufoy, who will probably win the Oscar for his Slumdog Millionaire script, is set to write a romcom for Spyglass entitled Leap Year and starring Amy Adams.

Bill Campbell is set to star in NBC’s Lost in the 80s, a show centering on the Mobley family, a family of six.

In Joss Whedon/Dollhouse news, Joel Keller has posted an interview he had with the Man about Dollhouse, Dr. Horrible, and the future of media.
According to Whedon, we might see the return of Dr. Horrible (although not in the way you might think):

We are dancing around that concept. We all want to do it. We all are extremely occupied—we have other jobs. And we’re kind of trying to figure out the philosophy as well. How do we want to present it? We don’t necessarily want to do exactly what we did, part two. We’d like to shift the paradigm a little bit. But we’re sort of keeping everything open. We have a concept, and when these writers have time to really sit down with it, we’re going to see what we’ve got. It’s definitely our intention for Dr. Horrible to rise again.

The interview was put on The Daily Beast.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *