Will the Dr. Horrible Sequel be a Movie?

... Neil Patrick Harris dropped this little nugget about the sequel to the online hit Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog: It's going to be a movie. At least that's what he thinks. Way to set the Internet on fire, Neil! [MTV]

... Jack Coleman, who plays one of the few Heroes characters I can tolerate, has lined up another job. He's set to star in the Hallmark original movie Rock the House, about a lawyer who learns to reconnect with his daught—oh who cares, these things are horrible. Two steps backward, Jack. [THR]

... How do you fill the void left by Oprah's upcoming absence from daytime television? With someone of equal carriage. Rosie O'Donnell is contemplating a return to daytime TV once Oprah calls it quits, meaning I will stay even further away from daytime TV than I already do. [E! Online]

... Starz is continuing its original programming push with a greenlight for Camelot, described as a contemporary retelling of the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, whatever that means. We just want to know if it will have boobs and blood like Spartacus. [THR]

... Tate Donovan has signed on for ABC's No Ordinary Family, which has gone from "meh" to "must-see" in my brain because of the show's cast. Donovan, who is stellar on Damages but won't return to the show because his character is d-iz-ead, joins Michael Chiklis and Julie Benz in the drama about a family that stumbles into superpowers. I'm setting my DVR now. [THR]

... I didn't know this, but apparently Christian Slater is funny enough to lead a sitcom. The veteran film actor, who has had no luck on the small screen after two tries, will headline an untitled Fox comedy about twenty-somethings who specialize in cracking security systems. And if all goes according to Slater's evil plan, the show will be canceled after a few weeks. [THR]

... You know who's funny? Aziz Ansari, of Human Giant and Parks and Recreation. You know what's never funny? The MTV Movie Awards. Something has to give when Ansari hosts this year's edition. [LA Times]

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