“An Open Smile on a Friendly Shore”

Check out the latest remixed trailer for Bobby, Emilio Estevez’s biopic about Robert Kennedy.

In other news, despite (or perhaps because of) my article in Flow, it appears that Studio 60 will soon be pulled from the NBC schedule. As Roger Friedman at Fox News speculates, “No one cares whether a bunch of over caffeinated, well off yuppies, some with expensive drug habits, put on a weekly comedy sketch show from Los Angeles.” I guess I cared. Sort of. But tonight’s episode is convincing me that pulling the plug isn’t a bad idea (thanks to Lance for the news about Studio 60′s imminent cancellation).

3 Comments »

  1. AHorbal Said,

    November 7, 2006 @ 11:13 am

    Don’t blame yourself, Chuck–you did everything you could. Sometimes these things just happen, that’s all…

  2. AHorbal Said,

    November 7, 2006 @ 11:16 am

    And speaking of Aaron Sorkin, did you see this: Ken Levine’s “If Aaron Sorkin wrote a show about baseball.” I didn’t find this here, did I?

  3. Chuck Said,

    November 7, 2006 @ 11:45 am

    Ken Levine’s Sorkin baseball script is good stuff. I hadn’t seen it before. Maybe I’m wondering if I’ve managed to jinx Studio 60 by writing about it before it became a successful show, much like the Sports Illustrated jinx, only on a much smaller scale.

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