Titanium Lex – the second season finale of Crackle’s superhero spoof series from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios (Robot Chicken) – finds The League of Freedom joining the Injustice Club to battle the Subtopian invasion.
The only weapon capable of stopping the Subtopians will kill whoever uses it – and Titanium Rex is about to take on the job.
SuperMansion: Titanum Lex is now streaming on Crackle.
Stop motion animated series SuperMasion is about to make its network debut. The superhero satire – from the team behind Robot Chicken – will premiere season one on Adult Swim on Sunday, January 1st (Midnight/11C).
The first trailer for Amazon’s Sneaky Pete has been released.
The series follows con man Marius (Giovanni Ribisi) as he attempts to take on the identity of Pete (Ethan Embry), his former cellmate, in order come up with the money he owes Vince (Bryan Cranston) – a gangster whos is not to be crossed.
Bryan Cranston has been working steadily in some pretty prestigious projects since finishing his fiver season stint on Braking Bad – but it wasn’t always like that.
Cranston reveals the highs and lows of his career (being cut from Amazon Women on the Moon; doing hemorrhoid commericials; a particularly nasty bee sting while shooting Malcolm in the Middle, for example) during an interview with Steve Kroft for 60 Minutes 0n Sunday, October 9 (7:30/6:30C).
In 1986, Federal agent Robert Mazur infiltrated Pablo Escobar’s drug-trafficking scene as a money laundering wizard. With the help of fellow agent Emir Abreu and rookie agent Kathy Ertz, Mazur was able to gather evidence that led to the indictments of 85 drug lords and the corrupt bankers who cleaned their dirty money, along with the collapse of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, one of the largest money-laundering banks in the world.
Their story – taken from Masur’s autobiography – has been adapted for film as The Infiltrator. It opens on July 13th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
If there’s anything more confusing than a list of Emmy® winners, I’m not sure I know what it is. Even after some horrendous snubs (not just Tatiana Maslany…), there were still a lot of worthy nominees this year. The problem is that deserved wins by the consistently excellent Breaking Bad (for example) were cheapened by repeat wins by shows that were not as good as other nominees in their class (Modern Family, for example).
For every win for something new and amazing (Fargo), there was a win that made no sense at all (Kathy Bates over Allison Tolman? WTF?). And how does Louis C.K. win for comedy writing and lose comedy series to Modern Family, Academy? You just said that Louie had the best (ie: funniest) comedy writing!
Anyway, follow the jump for a complete list of Emmy winners and, quite possibly, a wee bit of commentary.