In the final three episodes of Comedy Central’s new web series Nothing to Report partners Chance Blackstreet (Chris Jericho) and Moses Packard (Nick Mundy) bicker in their squad car while dealing with racism, another pair of partners, and a shootout.
In the first three episodes of Comedy Central’s new web series Nothing to Report partners Chance Blackstreet (Chris Jericho) and Moses Packard (Nick Mundy) bicker in their squad car while dealing with Moses’ weight effecting his job, a drunk childhood icon humping their car, and their own emotional issues.
Keira Knightley sits down for a BAFTA event in New York City to discuss her career, growing up in an acting family, her early obsession with Emma Thompson, her relationship with director Joe Wright, learning to work through terror and fear, and working on both stage and screen.
Created by Amy Berg and Mike Sizemore, Caper was a nine-part web series set in the fictitious now of Los Angles where a group of broke super-heroes struggled with life in the big city. For a Leverage fan, the show is most notable for Beth Riesgraf playing one of a trio of super-powered and near-invulnerable gods (along with Hartley Sawyer and Harry Shum Jr.) who share a crappy apartment with a genius human inventor (Abby Miller) responsible for an Iron Man style suit which she uses to fight crime alongside her friends.
DC All Access offers up their list of the Top 10 Batman Villain Origins. I’m happy to see Deadshot made the list. Of course since the list doesn’t include Catman, classic Calendar Man, or Ra’s al Ghul it’s pretty much invalid.
We now have a second mini-episode penned by Steven Moffat leading into the events of this weekend’s Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special “Day of the Doctor.” No big surprise performance or cameo this time, but it does seem to confirm the Time War will be the focus of the special.