亚博网购彩大厅APP采用百度引擎9（Baidu 3）Seminal NBC comedy The Office premiered 15 years ago to, well, mixed reviews. But you know how the story goes from there: A stellar second season cemented the U.S. remake of Ricky Gervais’ British series into a must-watch, and the series went on to become a landmark of modern TV. (You can read about just how it did that here.)One of the show s signatures are its cold opens – those hilarious sequences that opened the show and which led into the series notoriously earwormy theme song. But which was the best Office open of them all? We re asking you to help us decide. Take a look at our pick of the 40 best Office cold opens below, and rank your favorites. Let us know, too, which are your absolute faves in the comments below.
This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Captain Marvel 2, Cyrano, John Wick 5, and Disney s Pinocchio. This WEEK S TOP STORYKEANU REEVES TO FILM JOHN WICK 5 BACK-TO-BACK WITH JOHN WICK 4(Photo by David Lee/©Summit Entertainment)Staging any major film production is a costly affair, so for decades, when a studio knows they re going to make more than one movie anyway, they will sometimes produce movies back to back, which basically means two or more movies are produced at the same time, using the same cast, crew, etc. The most famous example of back-to-back production was probably Peter Jackson s Lord of the Rings trilogy, but other examples include Keanu Reeves two Matrix sequels, the two Back to the Future sequels, and Quentin Tarantino s two Kill Bill films. Lionsgate obviously has something of a cash cow in their John Wick franchise, so it s not surprising that this week, the studio announced the greenlighting of John Wick 5, which will be filmed back-to-back with John Wick 4. Lionsgate had originally scheduled John Wick 4 for release on May 21, 2021, but the COVID-19 pandemic pushed that film s production back, so the release was pushed back a year to May 27, 2022. John Wick 5 does not yet have a release date. In related news, director Chad Stahelski (who will be directing the two John Wick sequels) and screenwriter Derek Kolstad (who has written or co-written all of the John Wick movies) are also now signed to adapt an English-language remake of the 2010 South Korean action thriller The Man from Nowhere, whose plot incidentally bears some resemblance to the first John Wick.Other Top Headlines1. CANDYMAN DIRECTOR NIA DACOSTA TAPPED FOR CAPTAIN MARVEL 2(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)This story is best started with a little bit of recent history. In 2018, director Gina Prince-Bythewood was getting ready to direct the Marvel Comics movie Silver Black (about Silver Sable and Black Cat) for Sony Pictures for what would have been their 2019 release after Venom, but then the studio flinched and pulled Silver Black from their calendar, and Prince-Bythewood directed The Old Guard (Certified Fresh at 80%) for Netflix instead. Also in 2018, Selma director Ava DuVernay signed with Warner Bros. to direct the DC Comics property The New Gods, but two years later, we still don t know when that project will start production. That means that before this week, neither Marvel nor DC had yet had a major superhero movie directed by an African American woman, but it may be Marvel Studios that gets there first. Nia DaCosta (Little Woods, Certified Fresh at 95%), who directed the upcoming Candyman reboot, has signed with Marvel Studios to direct their sequel Captain Marvel 2 (7/8/2022), starring Brie Larson. The premise of Captain Marvel 2 is not yet known, but one possible story could involve Monica Rambeau, who in the comics was the first woman to be called Captain Marvel. Monica Rambeau was depicted as a young girl in the 1990s in the first Captain Marvel movie, but the upcoming Disney+ series WandaVision will introduce Teyonah Parris as the adult version of the character. Other possibilities include the MCU introduction of the New Avengers, and also a continuation of the Kree/Skrull war from the first Captain Marvel. There are seven other Marvel Cinematic Universe movies scheduled before Captain Marvel 2: Black Widow (11/6/2020), The Eternals (2/12/2021), Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (5/7/2021), Tom Holland s third Spider-Man (12/17/2021), Thor: Love and Thunder (2/11/2022), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (3/25/2022), and Black Panther II (5/6/2022).2. LIVE-ACTION MULAN TO DEBUT ON DISNEY+ FOR A PREMIUM FEE (Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)As studios and theater chains alike struggle with the financial realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, Walt Disney Pictures arguably made the biggest move of the year by announcing that their epic live-action remake of Mulan (originally scheduled for March 9th) will debut in the United States on September 4, 2020 on Disney+ for a price of .99. That price is more than some of this year s other VOD debuts (like Trolls World Tour for a .99 rental), but the difference is that Mulan will not have a rental window of 24 or 48 hours, but will instead remain on Disney+ accounts as long as the subscription remains active. Marvel fans were quick to demand a similar release for Black Widow (11/6/2020), but Disney CEO Bob Chapek was quick to promise that the Mulan offer is a one-off that will not apply to Black Widow (though the pandemic has repeatedly had a way this year of changing plans and circumstances). Disney s decision to effectively pull Mulan from theatrical release in most theaters in the US has also had a quick reaction from the theatrical distribution industry. The Mulan news also came in the same week that Disney+ announced that they had met their five year goal of over 60 million subscribers in just eight months. The other, other related news, Lionsgate announced this week that they will also be releasing the Janelle Monáe horror film Antebellum (originally scheduled for 4/24/2020) on PVOD streaming on September 18, 2020.3. BRADLEY COOPER IN TALKS FOR PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON S 1970S TEEN DRAMA(Photo by John Baer/Rogue Pictures)Many film directors are influenced throughout their career by the period in which they were born, and Paul Thomas Anderson (born in 1970) is no different. His first major success, Boogie Nights (Certified Fresh at 93%) was mostly set in the 1970s, Inherent Vice was entirely set then, and the films of the 1970s have had an influence over most of his work, starting with 1996 s Hard Eight. Anderson has also worked with some of Hollywood s biggest stars, including Mark Wahlberg (Boogie Nights), Tom Cruise (Magnolia), Daniel Day Lewis (There Will Be Blood), and Joaquin Phoenix (Inherent Vice), and this week, he added another luminary to that list. Bradley Cooper is now in talks with MGM to star in Paul Thomas Anderson s next untitled project, which is described as a coming-of-age drama about a child actor set in the San Fernando Valley (also the setting of Boogie Nights) in the 1970s, though it s not yet known what role Cooper will be playing. Cooper s other upcoming film is Guillermo del Toro s remake of 1947 s Nightmare Alley (Fresh at 100%).4. PADDINGTON 2 DIRECTOR RECRUITS RYAN REYNOLDS FOR MONSTER MOVIE EVERYDAY PARENTING TIPS (Photo by ©20th Century Studios)One of the more disappointing stories in 2018 was the reporting that director Paul King, who directed both Paddington (Certified Fresh at 97%) and Paddington 2 (Certified Fresh at 100%) likely will not be returning for a third installment. Instead, King is preparing to direct a family comedy called Everyday Parenting Tips set during the Great Monster Uprising, based on a short story in The New Yorker, which you can read right here. Universal Pictures has put together a package for Everyday Parenting Tips that includes Ryan Reynolds attached to play one of the titular parents, with Paul King directing from a screenplay by the short story s author, Simon Rich, who also wrote the short story that inspired this week s Seth Rogen comedy An American Pickle. Bringing to mind Pixar s Monsters Inc, the story is based on a father s advice to his kid about what to do if a monster lurks under their bed, and then shows what happens when such Lovecraftian beasties as Gorgog the Annihilator [and] Ctharga the Eater of Souls actually do show up.5. PETER DINKLAGE WILL HAVE A NOSE THAT KNOWS THE CYRANO MUSICAL (Photo by HBO)When George R.R. Martin s A Song of Ice and Fire novels were adapted for HBO as the popular series Game of Thrones, one of the many details that were changed involves the face of Tyrion Lannister, as played by Peter Dinklage. Specifically, it s Tyrion Lannister s nose, which for much of the story in the novels doesn t even exist, while Peter Dinklage s version instead got away with n nothing but a nasty scar across his cheek, presumably so HBO viewers wouldn t be disgusted by one of their favorite characters having a huge hole in the middle of his face. In this week s news, Dinklage is fully going the opposite direction, as he is now attached to star in an MGM musical called Cyrano based on the classic 1897 play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, which has previously been adapted as a film a few different times, including one in 1950 starring Jose Ferrer and one in 1990 starring Gerard Depardieu. Peter Dinklage also starred as Cyrano de Bergerac in a 2018 stage production, and Hayley Bennett, who co-starred opposite Dinklage as Roxanne, will also reprise that role in this musical version. Cyrano will be directed by Joe Wright, who recently earned Gary Oldman a Best Actor Oscar for his performance as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, and whose next film is the upcoming The Woman in the Window (which will debut on Netflix), starring Amy Adams. Ben Mendelsohn and Brian Tyree Henry will also co-star in Cyrano.6. TOM HANKS TO REUNITE WITH ROBERT ZEMECKIS FOR DISNEY S PINOCCHIO (Photo by Everett Collection)As Walt Disney Pictures proceeds to adapt the bulk of their classic animated canon as live action remakes, one of the biggies that still hasn t happened yet is 1940 s Pinocchio (Certified Fresh at 100%), which was Disney s second feature film after Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Disney has gotten close in the past few years, with a few different filmmakers attached, but it appears this week that they may have finally found the winning combination. Tom Hanks has remained in talks to co-star as Gepetto, and the new director now being eyed for the job is Robert Zemeckis, himself a frequent collaborator with Tom Hanks. The pair first worked together in Forrest Gump, which was followed a few films later by both Cast Away and The Polar Express. Zemeckis next film, still awaiting release during the COVID-19 pandemic, is his remake of Roald Dahl s The Witches, featuring Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, and Chris Rock.7. JAMES WAN REVVING UP A KNIGHT RIDER REBOOT (Photo by ©Universal TV courtesy Everett Collection)In between directing and producing the first several Saw movies and directing The Conjuring 2 and Aquaman, James Wan also directed the 2014 car heist sequel Furious 7 (Certified Fresh at 82%). Wan is now looking to add another movie featuring, no doubt, some crazy automobile handling, as his Atomic Monster production company is on board bringing back the classic 1982-1986 NBC TV show Knight Rider. David Hasselhoff starred in Knight Rider as Michael Knight, an ex-cop recruited to pilot an A.I.-powered super car called K.I.T.T. as they travel across the United States solving various crimes. This is far from the first time that a Knight Rider movie has been put into development, which dates at least as far back as the 2000s. Former video game writer TJ Fixman is now adapting the Knight Rider screenplay, which will reportedly be set in the present day.8. WHITNEY HOUSTON BIOPIC I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY LIKELY FOR LATE 2022 (Photo by Suzie Gibbons/Getty Images)Following the 2018 box office success of the Queen movie Bohemian Rhapsody, Hollywood has been stepping up its various plans for musical biopics, with both Respect (about Aretha Franklin) and Baz Luhrmann s Elvis Presley project now due out by late 2021 (thanks, pandemic). One of the projects we ve been hearing the most about is I Wanna Dance With Somebody, chronicling the life of Whitney Houston. This week, Sony Pictures came on board the project, with director Stella Meghie (The Photograph) now attached. Sony reportedly hopes to start production in time for a release around Thanksgiving, 2022. In the meantime, of course, Meghie and Sony will have to find the singer and/or actress who will be able to reasonably approximate Houston s singing talent.9. JENNIFER GREY S NEW DIRTY DANCING MOVIE OFFICIALLY CONFIRMED (Photo by Vestron Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)One of the stories in The Weekly Ketchup just a few weeks ago involved what at the time was just this side of a rumor. What was known was that Jennifer Grey, who probably remains best known for starring in Dirty Dancing (just above playing Ferris Bueller s sister), was rumored to be producing and starring in a new Dirty Dancing movie, possibly set in the 1990s. The setting is not directly confirmed in this week s news, but we can now report that Lionsgate has indeed confirmed that they are developing a new Dirty Dancing movie in which Jennifer Grey will star and executive produce. The major new element to be added to the story this week is that the film, whatever it actually is, will be directed by Jonathan Levine, a frequent Seth Rogen collaborator whose credits include 50/50 (Certified Fresh at 93%), Warm Bodies (Certified Fresh at 81%), and Long Shot (Certified Fresh at 81%). It s not yet known if Levine s involvement might suggest Rogen could join Jennifer Grey as one of the new Dirty Dancing stars. Is it okay to put Seth Rogen in the corner?亚博网购彩大厅APP至于技能组方面，LOL手游的英雄都是4个主动技能和2个召唤师技能，保持了PC版本的游戏设计。相比之下，王者荣耀则是3个主动技能（少数是4个）和1个召唤师技能，尤其英雄多了以后，玩家的学习成本更高。因此，LOL手游在操作和难度方面提高了很多的档次。另外，LOL手游在地图大小、鞋子附魔、尾刀经济和推塔节奏等方面，也让玩家对于这两个游戏很大的区别。
(Photo by Universal / courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved The Invisible ManIf you re looking for more movies like The Invisible Man, surprise: We ve got a few recommendations! To get it out of the way, yep, The Invisible Man is a new entry in the Universal Classic Monster franchise. It was the first cinematic universe, kicking off way back in the 20s. (The 1920s and not, you know, our 20s.) Dracula, the Wolfman, Frankenstein s monster, the Mummy are all part of this motley crew, including the Invisible Man, who had six previous movies. This new Invisible Man is notable for its departure from formula by framing the story from the victim s perspective, but we re including these original six Universal Monster movies here for historical context. And, hell, let s throw in the other famous hard-to-see creep, Hollow Man, as a reminder that for decades, this is all we had in the invisible jerk subgenre.2020 s The Invisible Man, besides being a cracking horror/thriller, has also captured the zeitgeist for Moss Cecilia character and her plight. Cecilia flees a violent relationship, only to be tormented and trapped by her abuser, and made to look crazy in the eyes of friends and family. This is a form of gaslighting, a term specifically derived from 1944 s Gaslight, a psychological thriller starring Ingrid Bergman as a wife manipulated by her husband into thinking she s going insane. 1955 s Diabolique is probably the best of this type of story, though shout-out to Satoshi Kon s Perfect Blue, and even Scream, once you arrive at its endgame revelations. Black Swan, High Tension, and Girl, Interrupted are also worth watching through the lens of female-driven stories with shifty narratives.Invisible Man has drawn high marks for its use of negative space, which forces viewers to search through seemingly banal shots for hidden terrors, drumming up considerable dread and paranoia. It Follows about a malevolent entity taking the shape of humans, often depicted shuffling in backgrounds is a previous horror phenomenon that similarly uses negative space to maximum effect.Audiences may also be impressed by Invisible Man s stylish presentation. Writer/director Leigh Whannell had already made a name for himself in horror by co-creating the Saw series (he s also one of the leads in the first movie). But his 2018 cyberpunk/body horror/action effort Upgrade represented a dramatic creative leap forward for him. It s fun to see Whannell apply Upgrade s style towards the world of The Invisible Man.And, of course, there s Elisabeth Moss, who first came to public attention with The West Wing, Mad Men, and then in the inescapable The Handmaid s Tale. But Moss has been acting in film since the early 90s (who can forget her as little girl in Suburban Commando?) and her most notable movie work is of the last few years: 2014 s The One I Love (witness her in a slightly happier relationship, before it turns sci-fi bizarre), psychological thriller Queen of Earth, and 2019 acting showcase Her Smell.
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Freeform has teamed up with Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle star (and former Barack Obama White House staffer) Kal Penn for a new unscripted series, Kal Penn Approves This Message, that will help reach out to Millennial and Gen Z voters. The series, which premieres September 22, is described as a smart, irreverent unscripted comedy series featuring funny field pieces and a sit-down between Penn and a featured guests. Topics will include voting basics, voter empowerment, the economy, and climate change.The CW is also hoping its viewers stay civically engaged with its new Vote Actually campaign, featuring PSAs starring the network s on-air talent encouraging the audience to register to vote, obtain a mail-in ballot if applicable and know the deadlines in their individual states.New Trailers: Hulu s Monsterland, Warrior, and MoreThe upcoming horror anthology Monsterland, set to debut October 2 on Netflix, released its first trailer this week. The creepy two-minute clip reveals just a portion of the mermaids, fallen angels, and other strange beasts that inspire the horror of the series, which comes from Mary Laws and is based on Nathan Ballingrud’s story collection North-American Lake Monsters. Stars include Kaitlyn Dever, Jonathan Tucker, Nicole Beharie, Kelly Marie Tran, Mike Colter, and many, many more.More trailers and teasers released this week:The trailer for season 2 of Cinemax s Warrior, which looks as badass as ever and premieres October 2.FX limited series A Teacher stars Kate Mara as the titular character and Nick Robinson as the high school student with whom she begins an extremely illegal relationship. It premieres November 10 on FX on Hulu.There are some major Black Mirror vibes in the trailer for AMC s new anthology series Soulmates, which premieres October 5.Apple TV+ s Israeli import Teheran debuts September 25 on the streaming service.Before Wynonna Earp returns to Syfy in 2021, catch up on season 4 starting with this new teaser.For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting: Jessica Chastain Takes on a Country Music Legend, Creepshow Returns, and more(Photo by Richard Olley/Columbia Pictures)Jessica Chastain is headed to TV in George Tammy, a new limited series from Spectrum Originals and Paramount Network about country music power couple Tammy Wynette and George Jones and the complicated relationship that inspired some of the most iconic country music of all time. The series will air exclusively for Spectrum cable subscribers, and after a nine month window it ll air on Paramount Network and the forthcoming streaming service from ViacomCBS.Production on Season 2 of Greg Nicotero s Shudder horror anthology Creepshow is officially underway in Atlanta. New stars this year include Anna Camp, Keith David, Ashley Laurence, and Josh McDermitt.Titans Alan Ritchson will play the titular role in Amazon’s upcoming Jack Reacher series, about the former military man at the center of Lee Child s bestselling novel series. And don t worry — he ll continue playing a superhero on Titans, too.Saturday Night Live featured player Ego Nwodim has been promoted to full cast member for the late-night sketch comedy stalwart s 46th season.Denise Richards is leaving The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after two seasons, according to Variety. The most recent season of the Bravo hit featured the actress fighting with her cast mates amid rumors of her hooking up with former Housewife Brandi Glanville, though Richards has denied the rumors.Karrueche Tran has joined the second season of BET s Games People Play, alongside Lauren London and series regulars Sarunas J. Jackson, Karen Obilom, Parker McKenna Posey, Jackie Long, and Kendall Kyndall.HBO Max s dog-grooming competition Haute Dog will feature celebrity dog groomer Jess Rona and Emmy nominee Robin Thede judging the canine makeovers, with comedian Matt Rogers hosting. It was filmed under strict COVID-19 precautions this summer and premieres Sept. 24.Production Development: A New Doogie Howser, the Latest black-ish Spin-off, And More(Photo by ABC)The black-ish universe is getting even bigger: ABC is eyeing a third spin-off from the network s long-running sitcom. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the newest installment would be old-ish, following Laurence Fishburne and Jenifer Lewis s characters. The new series would join the college-set grown-ish and the 80s-set prequel, mixed-ish.Doogie Howser, M.D. is getting a new look: Disney + announced it has ordered a rebooted version of the classic series about a teen doctor, this time starring a 16-year-old girl prodigy balancing a new medical career with life as a teenager. Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. is a 10-episode comedy following Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a mixed race 16-year-old girl with an Irish mother and Hawaiian father who guide her (and sometimes complicate things) as she juggles her responsibilities. It s set in present-day Hawaii with showrunner Kourtney Kang at the helm.Starz s series adaptation of Blindspotting is a go: The network officially ordered a spin-off of the 2018 feature film from Daveed Diggs (Hamilton, Snowpiercer) and Rafael Casal (Bad Education, Are You Afraid of the Dark?). Both men will write and serve as executive producers, with Casal taking showrunner duties in addition to a recurring role. The series will focus on teacher Ashley (Hamilton s Jasmine Cephas Jones, who will also produce and was also in the original film), whose partner of 12 years was suddenly incarcerated, forcing Ashley and their young son to move in with his family.Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos have signed a deal with Lifetime to produce two new movies for the network s Ripped from the Headlines series. They ll serve as executive producers alongside Albert Bianchini in the two true crime-themed projects, which are scheduled to premiere in 2021.HBO Max has ordered a script for a series based on the Newberry Medal-winning mystery The Westing Game. The YA book follows the events that unfold when 16 people gather for the reading of eccentric, game-loving millionaire Samuel W. Westing s will.Amazon Teases The Wheel of Time Fans on Social MediaFantasy novel series The Wheel of Time is one of Amazon Prime Video s most anticipated upcoming adaptations — next to a little series called The Lord of the Rings, of course. The streamer served up a delectable tease to fans this week.“You want stories? Thom Merrilin declaimed. I have stories, and I will give them to you. I will make them come alive before your eyes.” #WOTonPrime pic.twitter.com/f0wlr3t7Sf The Wheel of Time on Prime (@WOTonPrime) September 9, 2020
亚博网购彩大厅APP Back in 2004, Guillermo del Toro had arguably his first true mainstream success with an adaptation of a Mike Mignola comic series about a half-demon superhero with a dark sense of humor; that movie was Certified Fresh and went on to spawn an even better-reviewed sequel. Fifteen years later, we get a reboot of the character, with Stranger Things David Harbour taking over for Ron Perlman in the title role, and the reviews have been less than kind. Neil Marshall, the director behind celebrated fan-favorite horror flick The Descent, steps behind the camera here, recounting Hellboy s origins and setting him against a centuries-old sorceress who just wants to make demon babies with him and rule the world. Unfortunately, critics say Hellboy certainly earns its R rating, but not necessarily in the right ways, mistaking F-bombs and mindless gore for humor and imagination. It s an unfortunate reimagining of a normally fun character that strands him in a messy, poorly constructed story, then drowns him in blood and severed limbs and hopes the audience won t notice.
亚博网购彩大厅APP This week in TV news brings you behind-the-scenes drama on one of DC Universe s biggest 2019 launches, major video game adaptation casting news, and much more in the world of TV.TOP STORYTrouble in the Water for Swamp Thing?News broke earlier this week that production on DC Universe’s upcoming series Swamp Thing had been halted after five months of shooting. Some reports — including the initial story from one of the local news outlets, the Wilmington Star-News, that brought the story from the Wilmington, North Carolina set to national attention — noted that the shut-down was actually a pause so creators could “rewrite an ending” that would shave the series’ initial episode order from 13 down to 10. But others included the seemingly unfounded speculation that the move marked not just a creative shift for the series, but certain doom for the streaming service altogether.DC Universe’s response to that? Nah. The company’s metaphorical mic drop of a response involved releasing the very first teaser for the series, which noted that it would arrive on its original, already-announced release date: May 31. Watch it above.We Can See Your Halo(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)American Gods star Pablo Schreiber has landed the coveted lead role in Showtime’s upcoming adaptation of Halo, based on the popular Xbox game. He’ll play Master Chief, Earth s most advanced warrior in the 26th century and the only hope of salvation for a civilization pushed to the brink of destruction by the Covenant, an unstoppable alliance of alien worlds committed to the destruction of humanity. The series will introduce a new character to the Halo universe, too: newcomer Yerin Ha will play Quan Ah, a shrewd, audacious 16-year-old from the Outer Colonies who meets Master Chief at a fateful time for them both. Production begins in Budapest, Hungary, this fall.Stranger Things Lawsuit Heads to Court(Photo by Netflix)A lawsuit against Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer alleging that the filmmaker brothers stole the idea for their hit series is headed to trial next month. A Los Angeles judge ruled against a petition for summary judgment that the Duffers and Netflix had submitted, ensuring the matter would proceed to trial. (A summary judgment means the judge would rule on the matter without a full trial.) Plaintiff Charlie Kessler alleges in his lawsuit that he pitched the Duffers a project at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival based on “various urban legends, and paranormal and conspiracy theories,” and that he’s owed a third of the show’s profits. The Duffers allege that the casual, 10- to 15-minute chat “is the sole bases for the alleged implied contract at issue in this lawsuit and for Kessler’s meritless theory that the Duffers used his ideas to create Stranger Things.” Check out more on the suit at The Hollywood Reporter.Lena Waithe on Westworld, Mike Myers on Netflix, and more Casting News(Photo by Dee Cercone/Everett Collection)Lena Waithe is the latest star to join the currently filming third season of Westworld, according to Entertainment Weekly. She joins fellow new cast member Aaron Paul in a top-secret role.Comedian Mike Myers will executive produce and star in a new comedy series for Netflix. The half-hour limited series will see the Austin Powers star play multiple characters over six episodes.Joel Edgerton will play a slave-catcher named Ridgeway in Amazon’s upcoming series from Barry Jenkins, The Underground Railroad, Variety reports. The series is based on Colson Whitehead’s book of the same name, which follows a young slave escaping her Georgia plantation only to find a literal underground railroad system, and will consist of 11 episodes (all directed by Jenkins).And finally, three new actors have joined CBS All Access’ upcoming Picard-focused Star Trek series: Alison Pill, Harry Treadway, and Isa Briones. The three will all be series regulars alongside Sir Patri