All posts tagged "jane lynch"

  • LFF 2013: Afternoon Delight Review

    Director: Jill Soloway. Cast: Kathryn Hahn, Juno Temple, Josh Radnor, Jane Lynch. Certificate: TBA. Running Time: 95 minutes. Synopsis: Stay at home mum and wife...

  • Trailer For ‘A.C.O.D.’ Starring Adam Scott

    On Monday we brought you the rather yellow, in-your-face first poster for upcoming comedy A.C.O.D. Today we can follow that up by presenting the first...

  • Simplistic Poster Released For ‘A.C.O.D.’

    We here at THN love a good comedy, especially when it’s filled with laughs, gaffs and mild violence. A.C.O.D. doesn’t look like it’ll disappoint. Adam...

  • Adam Lambert Joins ‘Glee’ Cast

    Glee showrunner Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter last night that American Idol alum Adam Lambert is set to join the cast of the upcoming fifth season...

  • Jane Lynch Talks ‘Glee’ Cast Change

    TV fans were quite shocked to hear that everybody’s hate to love show GLEE was being renewed for not one but two more seasons after...

  • First Full Trailer For Comedy ‘Afternoon Delight’

    Yesterday we brought you the first clip and brand new poster for Jill Soloway’s comedy AFTERNOON DELIGHT. Today we can follow-up that article with the...

  • Knowing New Neon Poster & Clip For Jill Soloway’s ‘Afternoon Delight’

    Back in January, we had a feeling that AFTERNOON DELIGHT would go down well at Sundance and we’re actually very pleased to report that Jill...

  • Sandra Bullock In Talks To Play Annie’s Miss Hannigan

    The modern day remake of classic musical ANNIE might have grabbed its’ Miss Hannigan – rumours are circling today that the one and only Sandra...

  • Wreck-It Ralph Blu-Ray Review

    Director: Rich Moore Starring: John C Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, Alan Tudyk,  Dennis Haysbert, Mindy Kaling, Ed O’Neill. Certificate: PG Extras: Paperman, Bit By Bit: Creating the Worlds...

  • Great Clip From ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ For DVD & Blu-Ray Release!

    On June 3rd, the truly excellent WRECK-IT RALPH gets a Home Entertainment release on DVD and Blu-ray. The Disney animation was, for me, slightly overlooked...