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Aguirre-Sacasa To Pen "Archie" Live-Action Film

Warner Bros. has closed a deal for a live-action "Archie" film written by "Glee" and "Afterlife With Archie" scribe Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and helmed by "Pitch Perfect" director Jason Moore. UPDATED with a new Press Release.

Jon Goldwater Talks "Archie Meets Glee"

The hit Fox TV show starring the singing students of McKinley High will dance their way into the pages of Archie Comics this fall, and CEO Jon Goldwater tells CBR how the company signed Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa to write.

Who's To Blame For Disappointing Second Seasons?

For all the jokes and stereotypes about "difficult second albums," I've slowly become obsessed with the tendency for second seasons of popular television shows to heavily disappoint and go off the rails in terms of quality control. Is the problem with the shows themselves, though, or with what people expect those shows to be?

When Is the Best Time to Follow in Footsteps?

Watching the pilot of NBC's Smash earlier this week - which I enjoyed much more than I expected to, even if I suspect that it's not going to hold up well in the ratings now that everyone's had a taste - I found myself wondering about the statute of limitations when it came to bandwagon jumping. After all, Smash is pretty much "Glee for grown-ups" - but hasn't the Golden Age of Glee been over for at least a year?

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