I wonder if the Internet will have an opinion on this…
Not for the usual reasons.
We’ve reached peak Internet.
Just remake it with the entire ‘Breaking Bad’ cast, reprising their ‘Breaking Bad’ characters, continuing with the plotlines of ‘Breaking Bad’. Just keep making ‘Breaking Bad’, Vince.
I hate to say that May’s new releases on Netflix are a disappointment, but they totally are. In April, they took away our Adventure Time, so we were at least…
We don’t know if he’ll play a good guy or bad guy, but we do know he’ll play a badass.
Let’s get H. Jon Benjamin on the voice and get this show on the road.
Laugh, but few people have as much face time as deranged narcissists as she does.
This adaptation has been kicking around FOREVER. Hopefully this film stays the course.
Did he raid the older film’s costume department? Irish and Italian mobsters had very similar fashion senses.
He’s as good as the real thing.
It’s been 15 years, but it’s a good enough premise that we won’t make a big deal of that.
That means they’ll need to keep feeding sticks of butter to Vincent D’Onofrio until they start filming season 2.
At some point, people will have to start getting multiple subscriptions to pay for this.
With every other film being a superhero movie, Valiant Comics decided, “hey, why not?”
This sounds like a very high-concept TV series. TOO high-concept.
It really would have been so perfect. Unless it wasn’t.
Another season of shameless behavior for our enjoyment.
I’m sure the Olsen twins are probably getting fake passports and trying to flee to Bolivia.
He’s also in a bunch of Kevin Smith films. No one’s perfect.
Maybe he can file a workman’s comp claim.
HBO is not too good for a pot comedy set in Brookyln.
I guess in this canon, they don’t have term limits.
That was fast.
Add a Wayans brother, and this will appeal to everyone.
Do you really need to tap us on the shoulder for every little development? Just make your damn comic book movie.
I feel like this is the programming equivalent of sweatpants.
That’s our Dennis!
The Culture MInister uses some very colorful, nerdy language to explain his decision.