The five living members of Monty Python confirmed their plans to reunite for a stage show this morning. Eric Idle, Michael Palin, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones said they'll be performing at London's O2 Arena on July 1, 2014, saying the show will include a mix of greatest hits and new material “with a modern, topical, Pythonesque twist.” The performance will be filmed for DVD release. Tickets go on sale November 25, with prices ranging from £26.50 ($42.73) to £95 ($153).
“People do really want to see the old hits, but we don’t want to do them in a predictable way," said Cleese. "The main danger [...]
The Bravo network announced today that creator Mitch Hurwitz and the Arrested Development cast are doing an upcoming episode of Inside the Actor's Studio. Set to air November 7th at 8pm, the episode will feature Hurwitz and cast members Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, as guests Jessica Walter. Michael Cera and David Cross are the only actors sitting the interview out. Host James Lipton had a memorable recurring role on Arrested Development, appearing in five episodes as Warden Stefan Gentles.
Check out an Instagram video of James Lipton doing the Arrested Development chicken dance below:
In honor of the 10th anniversary of School of Rock, Jack Black gathered with co-stars in Austin recently to screen the movie and relive the magic. At the after-party, The School of Rock band reunited to play the film's title track, "School of Rock." And to their credit, they still sound pretty awesome.
Next year marks the 30th anniversary of This Is Spinal Tap's release, and in a new interview, Christopher Guest, teased the possibility of some sort of a reunion in 2014. When asked by The Guardian if there are plans for a Spinal Tap reunion soon, Guest replied, "We get asked to do shows on a regular basis. But what I will say is that we're in the midst of talking about something for next year…" Guest also reflected on all of the things the fake band has accomplished over the last three decades, saying, "Since the film 30 years ago we've gone on tour, playing Wembley, the Albert [...]