Here are 11 Quickie News Stories: Count the Number that Upset You
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II is expected to break the box-office records this weekend. All of them. (Deadline)
Lea Michelle, Chris Colfer, and Cory Montieth won’t be returning to “Glee” after next season. Their characters will graduate. (THR)
Speaking of Colfer, he wrote an indie comedy,Struck by Lightning, and somehow convinced Christina Hendricks to be in it, along with Dermot Mulroney and Allison Janney. (Deadline)
Speaking of Hendricks, here’s a picture of her that will keep you up nights, compliments of superasente.
“Roseanne’s Nuts,” the new Roseanne Barr reality series on “Lifetime,” is not putting up particularly good ratings so far. (NYMag)
Here’s your first look at Colin Farrell in the Total Recall remake.
(EW via The FilmStage)
I still haven’t watched NBC’s “Sing-off,” despite my love for Ben Folds. It looks like he’ll be joined by another artist I really like, Sara Bareilles, who will be replacing the departing Nicole Scherzinger, who’s going to “The X-Factor.” I do love the Ben Folds’ A cappella album, so maybe out of protest against “The X-Factor,” I’ll lift my ban on musical competitions for Folds and Bareilles this season. (NYMag)
Kal Penn will have a recurring role on “How I Met Your Mother” this season; he’s expected to play Robin’s love interest. (TVLine)
MTV renewed “Teen Wolf” for a second season. This is Jonah Hill’s reaction:
They’re working on a Bad Santa sequel; there could be a trilogy. (LATimes)
Here’s your first look at Catherine Zeta Jones in Adam Shankman’s Rock of Ages. (Movieline)