Watch Rob McElhenney Become an Ego Maniacal Game Designer in Trailer for “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet”
It’s hard to not watch this trailer for Apple TV+’s new comedy Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet and think of It’s Always in Sunny Philadelphia (it gets posted as a credit) and imagine the episode title reading “Mac Ruins a Video Game Franchise”.
What’ll be interesting to see here is how much of those It’s Always Sunny sensibilities stay intact for this series over at Apple TV+, who we’re sure are doling out big bucks to produce this show and snag the likes of McElhenney and company and are definitely a different beast than FX.
Also, it should be noted that Aparna Nancherla gets to show off how great she plays an apathetic employee once more. Hopefully, that happens plenty during the whole show.
Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet premieres on Apple TV+ on Feb. 7th.
Man Seeking Woman and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Return Tonight
Just a friendly reminder that on FXx tonight:
Season 12 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia premieres at 10PM
Season 3 of Man Seeking Woman premieres right after at 10:30PM
Chaos and Debauchery Still Reign Supreme in This “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” Season 11 Teaser
Mac, Dennis, Charlie, Dee, and Frank are all at it again for season 11 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
What are we exactly referring to by “it”?
Well, by now, you should know that it is whatever the worst thing is, it is the gang trying to one up that.
See for yourself in this upcoming season’s teaser, then look for the season premiere on Wed. Jan. 6th on FXx.
Rob McElhenney Set To Direct a “Minecraft” Movie
(via The Wrap)
If you’re thinking that this is like when Chris Miller and Phil Lord took on making a movie out of LEGOs, note that LEGO Movie producer Roy Lee is set to produce this adaptation.
Our last post did feature a parody trailer of a video game film adaptation gone wrong. Yet, we have a little trouble being skeptical of It’s Always Sunny in Phliadelphia’s Rob McElhenney taking on directing an adaptation of the mega successful video game franchise, Minecraft.
The irreverence and brashness of It’s Always Sunny, which Rob not only starred in, but created and wrote, leads us to believe that McElhenney could make a damn fun Minecraft movie.
Maybe they’ll build a lair for Dayman and Nightman?
The Cast of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” Show That They Have Tattoos Just Like Their Fans
OK, Charlie, Mac, Dennis, Dee, and Frank are probably a little more extreme than their fans, but that’s why the It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia loyal love them so much.
Certainly, there’s a similarity in the types of tattoos that the cast and fans of the show get, but, true to form, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, and Rob McElhenney go a little further than their fans.
Watch them show off while on Conan here.