The cast of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia were guests on last night's Conan, where they talked about some very dedicated fan tattoos and even shared some of their own, including Rob McElhenney's barely passable "Crosby" tattoo. Watch more from their interview with O'Brien below:
Earlier this year, Parks and Recreation star Chris Pratt was announced as the surprising casting choice for Marvel's new summer tentpole superhero movie Guardians of the Galaxy, but it turns out he wasn't the only comedic actor considered for the role. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Glenn Howerton revealed today, in a conference call to reporters, that he also auditioned for the role of Star-Lord in the film. In response to a question about whether he'd ever like to transition into movies like his Always Sunny cohort Charlie Day, who's starred in Pacific Rim and Horrible Bosses, Howerton replied, "I did audition recently for Guardians of the Galaxy, [...]
The Mindy Project sure is lining up a lot of impressive guest stars for its upcoming second season. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Glenn Howerton will be playing a recurring role in the new season, E! Online reports. Howerton's character, Cliff Gilbert, is an attorney who woos Mindy and first appears in episode four. Howerton joins James Franco and Adam Pally, who are also playing recurring roles in the new season of The Mindy Project, alongside returning guests Bill Hader, Anders Holm, and Chloë Sevigny.
Web comedy enterprise CollegeHumor is putting out its first-ever feature film today. Called Coffee Town, it stars Glenn Howerton (Always Sunny), Ben Schwartz (Parks and Rec), and Steve Little (Eastbound and Down) as three friends who band together to save their neighborhood coffee shop. The movie marks the directorial debut of Brad Copeland, who wrote some great Arrested Development episodes and Wild Hogs. Coffee Town is now available on iTunes, Amazon, and all other digital platforms. The movie is also playing in a theatrical tour that begins today in NYC and will then hit other places, as tours tend to do.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia star/co-creator Glenn Howerton fired off a tweet today asking fledgling writers to send him scripts. Here's the tweet:
Got a great feature length screenplay? Send to IASIP 10201 W PICO BLVD BUILDING 41 SUITE 300 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90064-2651
While it seems like most established TV and movie writers are constantly avoiding reading bad scripts from desperate struggling writers, Howerton is welcoming it and hoping that he finds a diamond in the rough. He wants an original feature or pilot script that he could possibly produce and develop, and it's open to any genre besides horror. Howerton recently produced his first movie, [...]
Cable network FXX is keeping It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia around for a while. FXX renewed Always Sunny for two seasons, which will keep the show on the air through 2017, THR reports. The order is for an 11th and 12th season of the show, which will be 10 episodes each. The show had already been renewed for its upcoming 10th season, which premieres in January.The renewal will make Always Sunny the longest-running live-action sitcom in cable history, and it will tie My Three Sons to become the second longest-running live-action sitcom in all of television.
FXX's parent network, FX, has also signed Always Sunny's Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and [...]
With Dennis, Mac, Charlie, Dee, and that Frank free to continue gallivanting around Philadelphia on the shiny brand new network FXX starting tonight, it's time to look back at the absolute worst things The Gang at It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has ever done. While it's been fun and humorous to enjoy their antics over the years, sometimes you have to wonder if it was all worth it. (It probably was.)
Earlier this week in an interview with Rolling Stone, Glenn Howerton was quoted as saying that It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia will end its run following its tenth season, set to air in 2014. Yesterday evening, Howerton took to Twitter to explain that he was misquoted in the interview and that he and his Always Sunny cohorts might do more of the show following season ten. Here's what Howerton had to say on Twitter:
That was a misquote in Rolling Stone, y'all. We're signed on through 10 seasons, but may do more … It's a great article in Rolling Stone. I just think he misunderstood when I said [...]
The end credits of every episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia feature the title card of the show's production company RCH (an acronym for the names of stars Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton), accompanied by a backwards message. An internet person has gone through the trouble of playing each of the show's audio messages backards (they do a different one each season) and assembling it into the above video in case you're bored at work or something.
CollegeHumor is branching out from the web videos game into producing a full-length movie, directed by Arrested Development's Brad Copeland and starring Glenn Howerton, Ben Schwartz, and Steve Little. It's called Coffee Town and it's about three freeloadin' friends. (Which, Three Freeloadin' Friends I mean, is also the title of my upcoming country-rap album.) Howerton plays "an underachieving web designer who plans to stage a fake robbery in order to preserve his daily routine at a local coffee shop, which is being converted into a pub." Over-under's at 3 for the amount of times this character pops his shirt off real quick.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia creators and stars Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, and Charlie Day dropped by Conan last night, and gave a sneak peak at the show's upcoming 100th episode, which features a look at Mac's version of the afterlife. Below, the guys talk about the moral and intellectual devolution of their characters and the sliding spectrum of human sexuality, but in a funny way.
Dennis “Golden God” Reynolds, America’s favorite maybe-sociopath, returns tonight on the ninth season premiere of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He’s played to perfection by Glenn Howerton, who promises even more vanity, sadism and darkness in the coming season.
Howerton and the rest of “The Gang” (Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito) have big things in store: They’re now the anchor for FX’s brand-new sister channel FXX (which boasts “More X”), and will play host this season to some illustrious new guest writers (Game of Thrones’ David Benioff and D.B. Weiss) and guest stars (Josh Groban, Seann William Scott and WWE veteran “Rowdy” Roddy [...]
It looks like It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia will end its run in 2014. The show's ninth season is set to air this fall, and star Glenn Howerton tells Rolling Stonethat season ten, which will air next year, will be its last. Here's what Howerton had to say when asked if season ten will be the last:
Yes. There’s a certain point where you wear out your welcome and we don’t want to do that. We want to leave them wanting more. We spend a lot of time trying to find new lines to cross. We’re not trying to offend people or gross them out, but we’re looking [...]
Here's the trailer for CollegeHumor's first-ever feature film. Called Coffee Town, it's written and directed by Brad Copeland (who wrote for Arrested Development and also wrote Wild Hogs) and comes out July 9th on all digital platform. There will also be select theatrical screenings leading up to the film's premiere at Just for Laughs Montreal. Coffee Town stars Glenn Howerton (Always Sunny), Ben Schwartz (Parks and Rec), and Steve Little (Eastbound & Down) as three guys who turn to crime to save their neighborhood coffee shop because everyone knows robbery is usually the best solution to any problem.
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