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Awesome! Big Wolf creator Peter Knight has a new show that was just picked up as a pilot at CBS. Read more at Deadline Hollywood.
-- January 27th, 2011, 11:33 AM, posted by Adam

Ten years ago today, first went live. Cannot believe it's been that long.
-- August 27th, 2010, 11:20 AM, posted by Adam

I know I've been pretty lousy about posting updates, but I'll try to make up for it by catching up on a few things.

  1. Aimée Castle has launched a shiny new website if you want to listen to her voiceover reel or drop her a message.
  2. In the most randomly ridiculous coincidence ever, I wound up standing next to Rachelle Lefevre in line at Disneyland's Tower of Terror. Proof!
  3. The DVD release of Peter Knight's Krod Mandoon from a couple months back features extended versions of each episode if you wanna catch more from the big brain behind Big Wolf. DVD Talk gave it a really nice write-up.
  4. Jessica Paré may not be in Hot Tub Time Machine long, but you, uh, do see a lot of her. That comes out on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday.
  5. Oh! And turns ten years old in August. I cannot believe it's been that long.

-- June 25th, 2010, 11:20 AM, posted by Adam

:taps a couple of times: Is this thing still on?

Peter Knight's new series Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire is slated to debut on Comedy Central on April 9th, so...y'know, stay tuned.
-- January 1st, 2009, 5:58 PM, posted by Adam

Kevin Hart (Soul Plane, Scary Movie 4) has been cast in Peter Knight's new series Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire, and Sean Maguire (Meet the Spartans) is playing the lead.
-- July 29th, 2008, 12:19 AM, posted by Adam

Peter Knight's upcoming Comedy Central series Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire has racked up a couple more press mentions, including some coverage in Hollywood Reporter and Variety.
-- March 15th, 2008, 2:15 PM, posted by Adam

Krod is coming.

Peter Knight, Big Wolf's co-creator/executive producer/writer and lots of other titles separated by slashes, has a new series in the wings: Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire. There are a couple of early press mentions floating around, including a nod by the New York Times and Broadcasting & Cable. Looks like shooting could start as early as this summer. Six episodes. Comedy Central. Fingers crossed.

It's not exactly the 'workplace comedy set in the Middle Ages' that most of these outlets are reporting -- think a cross between Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and The Legion of Substitute Heroes (I'll, um, try to come up with a less obscure analogy later). Bulging muscles and double-fisted swordplay. Delicately coiffed hero-hair. Complete idiot's guide to sorcery. More sweaty cleavage than you could kinda get away with Peter Knight's last basic cable homebase. Anyway, I'll post more when there's more to post, but...hey! News! Something to look forward to.
-- February 20th, 2008, 5:20 PM, posted by Adam

Laci reports that Brandon is going to pop up on the November 30th episode of The O.C..
-- November 19th, 2006, 2:08 PM, posted by Adam

There's a music video for "Defeated" on The City Drive's MySpace page. Thanks to Leslie for reminding me to post the link.
-- September 16th, 2006, 12:00 PM, posted by Adam

Brandon Quinn is Concierge Valera in the pilot for Fox's "Vanished" which premieres next Monday, August 21st. Thanks to Paloma for the heads-up.
-- August 14th, 2006, 9:58 AM, posted by Adam

If you've been jonesing for the long-off-the-air Big Wolf, a bunch of episodes have found their way onto YouTube. Enjoy 'em until Cinegroupe's lawyers strike. (Thanks to John R. for reminding me to post this.)
-- August 11th, 2006, 11:20 AM, posted by Adam

If you haven't already picked up The City Drive's "Always Moving Never Stopping", you can order it at Now! There's a list of stores conveniently located near you carrying the CD on the band's website. Thanks to Melanie for reminding me to post this.
-- July 16th, 2006, 2:34 PM, posted by Adam

Big Wolf is seven years old now.
-- April 2nd, 2006, 8:28 PM, posted by Adam

Danny Smith's band, The City Drive, is putting out their debut album on March 21st. Check The City Drive's website and We The People Records for more.
-- February 7th, 2006, 10:52 AM, posted by Adam

You all spotted Brandon Quinn in the Go Daddy commercial during the Super Bowl, right (in high definition, even)? Well, if you missed him, here you go. He's also in the unaired Window Washer spot. (Thanks to Leslie Mower for the link.) He's also in the new Taco Bell "Good to Go" spot, and thanks to Aimee Ferrebee for reminding me to post that.
-- February 7th, 2006, 9:14 AM, posted by Adam

Brandon Quinn has a recurring role on Charmed, and if you've missed his appearances as Agent Murphy on the WB series so far, he's featured in the next couple of episodes: "Battle of the Hexes", airing 11/13, and "Hulkus Pocus", airing 11/20. Thanks to Aimee Ferrebee for reminding me to post this, and if you want some more information or to see some screen grabs, check out the forum.
-- November 9th, 2005, 9:21 AM, posted by Adam

:taps mic: Is this thing still working? Neat. Anyway, Laura pointed out to me that Brandon Quinn is in a new 7-Up ad with the cast of Desperate Housewives, and she also passed along this link with a bunch of behind the scenes shots with Brandon.
-- September 22nd, 2005, 8:14 PM, posted by Adam

Director Carl Goldstein filled me in on the release plans for Fizzy Bizness -- if you're in Dallas, you should be able to catch it theatrically at a Regent theater in the Dallas area on June 6th (tentatively and subject to change), with a DVD release following later in the summer. This particular cut of the movie hasn't been screened to the public yet, and Carl is very happy with it. I know it's been a long wait, but it sounds like it's almost over...
-- April 6th, 2005, 10:49 PM, posted by Adam

Big Wolf is airing on BBC Kids -- and that's the version that airs in Canada, not the UK -- weekdays at 3 AM. Thanks to Deanna for the heads-up. Also, the IMDb is listing a June 6th, 2005 release date for Fizzy Bizness, but I haven't verified if that's correct yet.
-- April 5th, 2005, 10:20 PM, posted by Adam

Big Wolf producer Robin Spry passed away this week. Robin ran Telescene, the company that initially produced the show. Our condolences to his friends and family.
-- April 1st, 2005, 11:15 AM, posted by Adam

I mentioned this on the forums a while back, but I forgot to post an update on the front page about Rachelle Lefevere's new series on Fox. Aimee (no, the other one) reminded me, and here's what she sent:

Just thought you might like to know about Rachelle's new show on Fox titled: Life on a Stick. It premiers Wed. March 23rd at 9:30 after American Idol. Here's the premise of the show: Laz (Zachary Knighton) and Fred (Charlie Finn), both 18, have been friends forever. Just out of high school and unsure what they want to do with their lives, they take jobs at a mall food court, at the lame "Yippee, Hot Dogs", run by the always yelling Mr. Hut (Maz Jobrani). There, Laz meets the girl of his dreams, the lovely and strong-willed Lily (Rachelle Lafevre).

Optimistic but not ambitious, Laz cuts a deal with his well-meaning but superficial dad, Rick (Matthew Glave), and equally superficial stepmom, Michelle (Amy Yasbeck), which allows Laz to continue living rent-free at home. All Laz has to do is keep an eye on his stepsister (Michelle's daughter), the angry, angst-ridden, 16-year-old Molly (Saige Thompson). Michelle and Rick hope that Laz will help socialize Molly and get her on the right track with the boy she likes - the sweet and very honest Jasper (Ryan Belleville). Rounding out the family is the perfect and wise 8-year-old Gus (Frankie Ryan Manriquez), the only product of Rick and Michelle's union and the object of their obsession.

The show was created, written, and executive-produced by Victor Fresco.
Victor Fresco is the creator of the brilliant and criminally shortlived Andy Richter Controls the Universe, so this should be something to look forward to.
-- March 16th, 2005, 6:51 PM, posted by Adam

Danny's band, The City Drive, have been signed! Look forward to an album on We The People/Sony Records sometime in the next year.
-- January 6th, 2005, 11:31 AM, posted by Adam

Fizzy Bizness, formerly titled The Bail, is making its long-awaited debut courtesy of Regent Entertainment. In case you're not familiar, the movie stars Brandon Quinn and Danny Smith, and Regent has a trailer online if you want a sneak peek. I'll post about its release as soon as I hear more. Fizzy Bizness was helmed by Big Wolf director Carl Goldstein, whose movie Zolar has also been picked up by Regent.
-- October 25th, 2004, 6:28 PM, posted by Adam

Some screen caps from Brandon Quinn's appearance on CSI have been posted in the forum. Thanks to April for both the heads-up and the pictures.
-- September 13th, 2004, 9:59 AM, posted by Adam

It looks like after around a five year run, Big Wolf has wrapped up its run on YTV. It's not on the schedule for this week, at least, and presumably it'll be gone for at least the summer. Maybe it'll wind up popping up again when Fall rolls around. I'll post an update if I hear anything one way or the other.
-- May 31st, 2004, 6:45 PM, posted by Adam

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