Seth Rogen and his production team are the latest to take a swing at a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. And? I don’t know, they seem a solid enough choice to potentially crush it. How’s that for political speak, eh?
At least according to its first season, stoner meat head lazy comedian Seth Rogen did a great job at not doing a great job of adapting the comic Preacher for TV. Not content ruining just one comic property (I’m doubling down here folks, I actually don’t really care this much), Rogen has turned his sights on another. Robert Kirkman’s Invincible.
This Preacher poster is awesome. I hope the show is equally as awesome. Could it be as awesome? Yes! Could it not be? Yes!
Listen. Maybe this isn’t the biggest news. But for many, many years Preacher was my favorite comic series ever. So the fact that it’s *actually* getting an adaptation, and the adaptation may *actually* be good?
Write me down as officially digging Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer. Prior to Seth Rogen’s confirmation, it was like, a theoretical enjoyment.
Do you have any desire to see Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs flick? ‘Cause it’s dropping October 9th.
It ain’t HBO. So they can’t show the insane orgy-scat-fisting scene from Preacher. But they are AMC. And they’ve ordered a pilot based off of the goddamn glorious, goddamn irreverent, goddamn profane comic series.
Outside of debating “Metallica or Megadeth?”, the biggest source of contention in my adolescence was what console was superior. Now as a spoiled douchebag, I always owned all of them. Thanks Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, and shitty teenager jobs! But it was furious!, fun!, meaningless, and now a couple of lads are bringing that clash to the screen.
What the fucking golly gosh is this? TV adaptation news day? Third fucking story in the last twenty-four hours. Anyhoo! Less grousing, more newsing. Out of the three stories, this is my favorite. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are definitely bringing Preacher to AMC.