Bill Murray is in talks to join the all-star cast of Wes Anderson’s next film, Moon Rise Kingdom. He’d join Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Frances McDormand and Tilda Swinton in the film about two runaway lovers being searched for by the residents of a small New England town. It was co-written by Anderson and Roman Coppola. (Deadline)
Nicole Ritchie — who has had two surprisingly good turns in “Chuck” is set to produce and star in a television pilot about a professional woman and mother. That’s all we got. (Deadline)
Louis Leterrier (Clash of the Titans) is the latest director to align himself with the Y: The Last Man movie (or possibly television series) that will probably never get made. It’s like the Arrested Development movie, or Ghostbusters III — a project designed by movie bloggers to give themselves a constant source of news. (MTV)
For the curious, Conan O’Brien’s debut one Monday reaped a whopping 4.1 million viewers, better than all the other late-night talk shows. It did fall 30 percent on its second night, and probably will continue to fall, but, thought it fell behind Leno and Letterman the second night, in the important demo (18-49) it was still double the competition. (THR)
I don’t know how old this video is (it could be two years old), but it’s new to me. It’s Joel McHale and Chevy Chase interviewing each other on the set of “Community,” and by “interview,” I mean: Insulting one another. Hilariously. It’s PFG.