With relatively few films under his belt, it’s likely Donald Glover will continue to build up his image with smaller roles in much larger projects. For instance, don’t be surprised if you see him playing a Starbucks employee who Jim Carrey talks to with a funny voice at some point in his career. In addition to that, he’ll likely put more focus on his rapper alterego Childish Gambino. I’m sure the world will be ready for a follow-up soon.
With her role on Mad Men to fall back on, Alison Brie just needs to find more projects to be the best part of. Though with her charm, she could make a living just by asking strangers, “Hey. Give me a dollar,” she should consider her options. Which way should she go? Maybe an ABC series about two girls making it in the big city? Or is she primed to make a big splash in film? Emma Stone is going to need a best friend or nemesis in something soon, I’d think.
It’s inevitable that Caddyshack, Fletch and the Vacation films and it’s inevitable that Chevy Chase will be in them.
Roles in Furry Vengeance, Vampires Suck, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and Zookeeper have proven Ken Jeong isn’t super choosy. So let’s just go ahead and assume we’ll see him take over for Eddie Griffin in the next Scary Movie. Also, someone has to topline those direct-to-DVD Hangover sequels.