sabato 16 febbraio 2013

NEWS - Ultima ora, clamoroso al Cibali! Sarah Michelle Gellar nella nuova sit-com di David E. Kelley con Robin Williams

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Buffy The Vampire Slayer alumna Sarah Michelle Gellar has been tapped as the female lead opposite Robin Williams in David E. Kelley’s CBS comedy pilot Crazy Ones. Written/exec produced by Kelley and directed/exec produced by Jason Winer, Crazy Ones is set in the world of advertising and stars Williams as Simon (Williams), the brilliant head of an ad agency working alongside his daughter Sydney (Gellar), the agency’s creative director. 20th Century TV is producing.
Gellar was recently attached to a 20th TV comedy spec, and I hear that the studio wanted to stay in business with her after that spec didn’t go. This marks the first live-action comedy series gig for Gellar, who starred in the CW drama Ringer last season. She is repped by ICM Partners and Brillstein Entertainment.

martedì 12 febbraio 2013

NEWS - Clamoroso al Cibali! La serie che influenza maggiormente le vendite di dischi è diventata "Girls" (bye bye "Glee")

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"HBO's "Girls" has quickly asserted its influence on Billboard charts. Simultaneously, Fox's "Glee," the series that has produced the most Billboard Hot 100 hits by an act in the survey's 54-year history, has seen its imprint sharply decline.
After "Girls" prominently featured Icona Pop's "I Love It," featuring Charli XCX, on its Jan. 27 episode, the track jumped 12-10 on last week's Dance/Electronic Songs chart. This week it vaults to No. 6 and enters the Hot 100 at No. 69. (Check out Billboard's interview with the Swedish duo and its reaction to its chart success in's new Pop Shop column.)
The show's next episode, on Feb. 2, closed with star Lena Dunham's character Hannah singing Oasis' "Wonderwall," followed by a segue into the original, which spent 10 weeks at No. 1 on Alternative Songs in 1995-96. After one day of sales following the synch (and despite Dunham's comical, yet earnest, rendition in her bathtub), the band's hit re-enters Rock Digital Songs at No. 50 with a 75% increase in sales, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
"Glee," meanwhile, has seen its chart grades dip.
With its cover of Ne-Yo's No. 6-peaking "Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)" entering the Hot 100 at No. 91, the troupe logs just its third entry this season, all of which have dented the chart's bottom tenth. Its remake of Imagine Dragons' "It's Time" spent a week at No. 95 (Sept. 29, 2012) and its version of Coldplay's "The Scientist" dented the chart at No. 91 (Oct. 20, 2012). Numerous additions to the show's large cast, its move from Tuesday to Thursday nights and erosion of the series' earlier buzz all could have contributed to the cast's decreased weekly sales and chart performances.
Still, "Let" marks the "Glee" ensemble's record-extending 206th Hot 100 hit, all tallied since its first appearance less than just four years ago. And, that both series can continue to influence Billboard surveys remains an impressive rarity among scripted TV shows.
Imagine what chart damage they could do if they combined forces.
No really, imagine. While average "Glee" ratings have fallen from upwards of 12 million per week in its first season to approximately 5 million in its current fourth season, the show is still a solid performer with adults 18-49. And, by nature of its premium cable home, "Girls," for all its accolades, has peaked with just more than 1 million viewers per episode over its first two seasons.
So ... what if the series combined forces? "Girls" could theoretically quintuple its viewership and "Glee" could return to its former heights. Plus, with "Glee" characters Rachel and Kurt now in New York with Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna of "Girls," it all works!
Of course, content-wise, such a merge would require a fair amount of compromise. "Glee" would have to shed its PG-13 wholesomeness and "Girls" would have to make itself a bit more, um … acceptable for non-cable audiences. That's where Chart Beat comes in.
Lena Dunham and Ryan Murphy: please feel free to consider what a new "Glee Girls" supershow could look like".

"Il trivial game + divertente dell'anno" (Lucca Comics)

"Il trivial game + divertente dell'anno" (Lucca Comics)
Il GIOCO DEI TELEFILM di Leopoldo Damerini e Fabrizio Margaria, nei migliori negozi di giocattoli: un viaggio lungo 750 domande divise per epoche e difficoltà. Sfida i tuoi amici/parenti/partner/amanti e diventa Telefilm Master. Disegni originali by Silver. Regolamento di Luca Borsa. E' un gioco Ghenos Games.

Lick it or Leave it!

Lick it or Leave it!