After its quick and sudden death by Sony, The Interview has been given new life.
Free speech for the WIN!
Of course, not every theater is willing to show the movie.
So the major question is WHERE can U see it??
Partners doesn't premiere on CBS until September 24 at 8:30 p.m., but we've got the main title sequence for you NOW, which features a crazy cool theme song sun by Imagine Dragons!
The new comedy from the creators of Will & Grace stars David Krumholtz, Michael Urie, Brandon Routh and Sophia Bush as four friends that make up three different couples — one gay, one straight and one that is all business.
Based on the simple, yet fun little title sequence, we're loving it already!
And while we don't think the song will become as iconic as I'll Be There For You of Friends fame , those days of the sitcom are over. Viewers prefer something short and sweet before the laughs start rolling in, which is exactly the kind of theme song that was created from Imagine Dragons' track On Top Of The World.
Talk about some SHOW TUNES!!!
And what could be a better way in reigning in the new season of television then by singing a song about their new show.
Which is exactly what these two do.
Ch-ch-check it out (above) !!!
First the awesomeness that looks to be The New Normal and now this?!
Network television is getting a whole lot gayer come the Fall, and frankly, it looks pretty RAD!
Ch-ch-check out a first look at the new CBS comedy Partners, from the creators of Will & Grace and stars Ugly Betty's Michael Urie and David Krumholtz as two childhood friends, one gay and one straight, who have grown up to be business associates and basically life-mates, despite both being in relationships…with Sophia Bush and Brandon Routh, respectively (above)!
Yes - you heard us correctly.
Superman is playing Michael Urie's BOYFRIEND!
We don't know about you, but HOMOliciousness aside, this actually looks like it has a lot of potential!
Looking forward to it! How about U?
Yay! It's your year buddy!
Shortly after he finishes up his run in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, Michael Urie will leave the Great White Way to head back to Tinseltown, since he's been cast in the CBS’ half-hour pilot Partners. From the masterminds of Will & Grace Max Mutchick and David Kohan comes about two guys - one straight and one gay (that's Mike!) - who are lifelong friends and business partners. While we haven't heard yet who will play the straight, his fiance has also just been cast: Sophia Bush!
Congrats to you, Mike! It's a great role for you and we have no doubt the show will take off!
[Image via WENN.]
Thank goodness they have the next six months together to get better aquainted.
If you haven't heard by now, Nick Jonas just started his run on Broadway in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Joining the cast alongside him is Ugly Betty star Michael Urie. In fact, the pair have spent the last threes together in rehearsals, working very closely.
Unfortunately, it seems that Michael still has a lot to learn about the young JoBro. Check out the video (above) to see what we mean!
It's a good look for him, that bow tie we mean!
For those of you who won't be making it into the city for his opening night, here is a pretty spectacular behind-the-scenes look at his first stage rehearsals for the show! (above)
Can't wait to get to New York to see it!
This show is making way for even more great stars!
Michael Urie, best known for his work on Ugly Betty, is poised to make his Broadway debut this January in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. Joining the show alongside Nick Jonas and Beau Bridges, Michael will play Bud Frump beginning Tuesday, January 24. His run will last six months, with his closing date being Sunday, July 1, 2012.
Many congratulations to you Michael! We have no doubt you'll be splendid!
Break a leg!
[Image via WENN.]