Seth Meyers on ‘Documentary Now!’ Season 3, Casting Changes, and Landing Cate Blanchett

How much longer would you like to do the show? Have there been any discussions about Season 4?

MEYERS: Yeah we’re talking about it. Again it comes down to—you know obviously I think Bill blew it with Barry. Nobody likes that show. A complete loser at all the awards (laughs). But it’s nice to realize that people that I want and think should be successful are being so successful that it’s making the show a little bit harder to do, but it’s been really great to take as much time off as we did and have people be excited about it coming back.

[read at Colider-thank you to Anna for the heads up!]

‘IT 2’ Has the Bloodiest Scene in Horror History According to Jessica Chastain

“Okay, I’m going to say something, and I think I’m going to be in trouble, but I’m going to do it. It might be a spoiler. But in the movie, there’s a scene that someone said on set that it’s the most blood that’s ever been in a horror film in a scene. And I’ll tell you, the next day I was like pulling blood out of my eyeballs.”

‘Barry’ Season 2 Trailer Sees Bill Hader Trying Keep Murders and Theater Separate

We don’t know much about the specifics of Season 2 yet, except the directors, which were revealed back in August: “For Season 2, Hader and Alec Berg will each direct two episodes, while acclaimed Atlanta director Hiro Murai—who directed two Season 1 episodes—is also returning to helm two episodes of Season 2. Rounding out the list are two Barry newcomers each helming one episode: Liza Johnson (Elvis & Nixon) and Minkie Spiro (Downton Abbey, Call the Midwife).” But the trailer also reveals the search for Janice (Paula Newsome), who is missing, and the reaction Gene (Harry Winkler) has to it (mostly by using the acting class as therapy). Barry meanwhile is working in an athletic shop, trying to keep his lives separate, but as Gene jovially notes: “Barry there is an inherent darkness within you, I had the same instinct with Charlie Manson.”

[read the full article at Collider]