Fox has announced the latest release dates for two of upcoming DreamWorks...
Adult Swim Announces Hot, New Animated Slate
Cartoon Network’s late-night block Adult Swim has revealed its development slate, ahead of its upfront presentations on Wednesday. Deadline.com reports that projects includes seven greenlit animated and live-action pilots and an animated series based on the Harold & Kumar movies in development.
Untitled Animated Harold & Kumar Project (In Development) – An animated version of the popular blockbuster stoner comedy series, written by original scribes Jon Hurtitz and Hayden Schlossberg. John Cho and Kal Penn will voice the lead characters and also produce this Lionsgate production.
Rick & Morty – A genius inventor grandfather and his not-very-smart grandson, and the journeys in life they share. From Dan Harmon (Community) and Justin Roiland. (30-minute animated)
Colonel Wallace (Working Title) – An eccentric southern fried chicken magnate and his adventures with his family. Created by Greg Cohen (Conan O’Brien, King of the Hill, TV Funhouse). (15-minute animated)
Coffin Dodgers – A group of misfit grumps get into Animal House-style trouble at a cozy suburban retirement home. From Dave Silverstein and Matt Jeser (Drawn Together). (30-minute animated)
Green Bench: The American Day Dream – A group of friends have pooled their money to buy a large office space for their business. The only problem is they haven’t quite figured out what that business is. In the meantime, it’s an awesome headquarters where their petty, self-centered, and mischievous minds can wander. From the internet sketch comedy sensation Green Bench and produced by Dakota Pictures. (30-minute live-action)
Freestyle Love Supreme – These I.T. guys work on their freestyle rapping at the office, much to the annoyance of their co-workers. From Ars Nova (Black Dynamite, In the Heights). (30-minute live-action)
King Star King – King Star King is a modern day he-man who’s half-warrior, half-idiot. From artist JJ Villard (Monsters Vs. Aliens) and Eric Kaplan (Big Bang Theory). (15-minute animated)
Rolling With Dad – A brilliant, but disabled man deals with his much less intelligent family. From Seth Grahame-Smith (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter; Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows; The Hard Times of RJ Berger) and David Katzenberg (The Hard Times of RJ Berger). (30-minute animated)