Okay, finally some news about Paloma: it will be released on June 7 (next Friday) on the Wigs YouTube channel. ET Online has posted the trailer today.
There is still no info to be found about the film Production Weekly mentioned last week, “Hello, I Must Be Going,” except for a few bits from an interview with Courteney Cox earlier this month. She says it’s a bold, funny, heartfelt, inappropriate independent comedy, so hopefully more on that front soon.
Graphic Novel Adaptation ‘The Scribbler’ Goes To Imagination
Genre-bending thriller The Scribbler is adapted from Dan Schaffer’s British graphic novel. Imagination Worldwide is handling sales on the story of a troubled young woman (Arrow‘s Katie Cassidy) who submits to the experimental “Siamese Burn” machine to get rid of her multiple personalities only to be haunted by the thought that her last unwanted personality could be her true identity. Garret Dillahunt, Michelle Trachtenberg, Eliza Dushku, Gina Gershon, Michael Imperioli, Billy Campbell, Kunal Nayyar and Sasha Grey also star in the pic directed by John Suits. – Deadline
Episodes 3×19, “Making the Band” and 3×20, “The Old Girl” air tonight at 8 and 8:30 pm. Everyone from Earl is back in the first ep and Hilary Duff guests in the second one.
(And completely OT: If you have HBO, check out Parade’s End at 9. Nothing to do with anything here, except it’s best thing the admin has seen on TV in years.)
Back to Fox. Here are some previews:
The Chances’ birthday party for Hope gets a lift from former rock star Smokey Floyd and a group of Natesville residents. In the second half-hour, Sabrina’s new pal happens to be Jimmy’s ex-girlfriend who broke his heart when they were teens.