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Jamie Lee Curtis is 'wide open' to appear in a Freaky Friday sequel alongside Lindsay Lohan
While promoting her highly-anticipated horror sequel Halloween Ends, Jamie Lee Curtis revealed she's open to making a much different sequel: Freaky Friday 2.The 63-year-old actress appeared on The View on Monday, where she was asked about the possibility of a follow-up to her 2003 film with Lindsay Lohan, which itself was a remake of the 1976 film of the same name starring Barbara Harris and a teenage Jodie Foster.Curtis revealed that she's already 'written to Disney' about the possibility of a sequel, as fans approach the 20th anniversary of the remake.  Another sequel: While promoting her highly-anticipated horror sequel Halloween Ends, Jamie Lee Curtis revealed she's open to making a much different sequel: Freaky Friday 2 Sequel: The 63-year-old actress appeared on The View on Monday, where she was asked about the possibility of a follow-up to her 2003 film with Lindsay Lohan, which itself was a remake of the 1976 film of the same name starring Barbara Harris and a teenage Jodie FosterCurtis was asked by The View host Sara Haines about the chatter about a possible sequel, and she admitted there has been, 'a lot of conversation' about the sequel.'I've already written to Disney, my friends at Disney. I'm in their new Haunted Mansion movie,' she said of the upcoming movie slated for a 2023 release.
Richard Ayoade - Dan Harmon - Michael Schneider - Matt Berry - Hannah Waddingham - Fox’s New Dan Harmon Animated Series ‘Krapopolis’ Unveils San Diego Comic-Con Plans (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Jordan - county San Diego - Greece - county Harmon
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Fox’s New Dan Harmon Animated Series ‘Krapopolis’ Unveils San Diego Comic-Con Plans (EXCLUSIVE)
Michael Schneider Variety Editor at LargeFox is bringing “Krapopolis,” its new animated series from “Community” creator and “Rick and Morty” co-creator Dan Harmon, to San Diego Comic-Con next week — where audiences where get their first peek at the upcoming show.That presence will include an outdoor activation at the the Children’s Museum Park (in front of the San Diego Convention Center), as well as a Comic-Con panel, the launch of an Instagram game, artwork on the side of the Omni Hotel, and merch — sold in partnership with Toddland — at Fox’s booth on the convention floor.Set in mythical ancient Greece, “Krapopolis” is set to premiere on Fox in 2023 and centers “centers on a flawed family of humans, gods and monsters that tries to run one of the world’s first cities without killing each other.” The show features the voices of Hannah Waddingham (“Ted Lasso”), Richard Ayoade (“The IT Crowd”), Matt Berry (“What We Do in The Shadows”), Pam Murphy (“Mapleworth Murders”) and Duncan Trussell (“The Midnight Gospel”). Harmon, executive producer and showrunner Jordan Young, supervising director Pete Michels and stars Berry, Murphy and Trussell, will be a part of the comedy’s Comic-Con panel (moderated by Variety TV editor Michael Schneider) in room 6BCF at the San Diego Convention Center on Saturday, July 23, at 2:45 p.m.
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