(Bill did not show up. Please have this photo of Anthony Carrigan there instead.)
Hmmm. Strange things are afoot at the Circle K. (Thanks to Alyson for the heads up)
I get what they were going for, but my mind immediately went towards thinking this was some weird new season of Making a Murderer
The Directors Guild of America Awards have announced nominees in their TV, commercials, and documentary categories ahead of tomorrow’s feature film nominations announcement. The TV nominations consist of a pretty swell batch, from Barry’s Bill Hader to Atlanta’s Donald Glover and Hiro Murai. On the drama side, Adam McKay scored a nomination for helming the Succession pilot, and Cary Joji Fukunaga received a much-deserved nomination in the Limited Series category for Maniac alongside Sharp Objects helmer Jean-Marc Vallée. The winners will be announced on February 2nd.
(Bill is up for Comedy Series “Barry”-read whole post here at Collider.)
Bill Hader was making America laugh with his roles in skits like The Californians or as his popular Weekend Update character Stefon, but he was not laughing behind the scenes. Hader said his first five seasons were especially tough, as his future on Saturday Night Live was never guaranteed. Hader told Variety that executive producer Lorne Michaels did assure him after that he had a spot on the program indefinitely, but added his anxiety never fully went away.
[read the rest on CinemaBlend]
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