JERRY SEINFELD IS DONE WITH TV: Jerry Seinfeld may have one of the most successful sitcoms in history but he is not interested in returning to TV. He recently attended the first upfront event for Crackle -- the digital network that carries his show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Jerry told reporters, "TV is over. I did a TV show. I loved that experience. I really had the full experience that you could have on TV. And I thought if I wanted to do something else, I wanted to be a part of inventing a new experience for viewers." He added, "There's nothing different about what we're doing than what anyone else is doing on any media anywhere. TV networks are worried that you'll figure out TV is over and there's nothing special about it."
ANOTHER 'FRIDAY' MOVIE MAY BE ON THE WAY: Ice Cube revealed in a recent interview with The Wrap that he is totally down to do another Friday movie. He explained, "It's really up to the movie companies to step up. That's my dream. I think all the parties involved, all the people that have been in the franchise, people from the first one to the third one, want to do another one." This month marks the 20th anniversary of the release of the first Friday film. Theaters around the country are holding special screenings of the comedy on April 20th.
NEW DIRECTOR FOR 'WONDER WOMAN': Warner Bros. has tapped Patty Jenkins to step into the director's chair for Wonder Woman. Michelle MacLaren dropped out of the project earlier this week. Patty was once in talks to direct Thor 2 for Marvel Studios. She previously directed Charlize Theron's Oscar-winning performance in Monster.
NBC IS BRINGING BACK 'WIZARD OF OZ' SERIES: NBC has decided to continue developing Emerald City -- a 10-episode drama set in the world of Wizard of Oz. The story follows 20-year-old Dorothy Gale and her K9 police dog as they are transported to a much darker version of Oz than what appeared in the 1939 film version. The show was originally picked up to series in 2014 but the network ultimately passed on the project.
'STAR WARS' TRAILER HITS THE WEB: Star Wars fans were given a new peek at the upcoming Episode VII with a two-minute trailer that hit the web on Thursday (April 16th.) It features Luke Skywalker doing voiceover talking about how the Force runs strong in his family. The footage also shows Han Solo saying, "Chewie, we're home. to his wookie pal. Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters on December 18th.