June 22, 2019 – Selma Blair TV News
Selma Blair’s latest project ANOTHER LIFE will debut next month on NETFLIX!
Selma plays a 21st-century influencer who uses journalism, social media, and keen intelligence to break a big story that probably involves aliens. Shameless’ Justin Chatwin will play a member of the United States Interstellar Command.
You can begin your 10-episode binge of ANOTHER LIFE Season One on NETFLIX starting July 25th (Happy Birthday, Arthur!).
October 25, 2018 – Selma Blair TV News
HEATHERS 5-day binge kicks off tonight!
Selma Blair plays Heather Duke’s gold digging stepmother. Don’t miss it, porch trash. Paramount Network TONIGHT!
October 22, 2018 – Los Angeles
Selma Blair grabs a coffee with Netflix’s ANOTHER LIFE executive producer, Noreen Halpern. Selma took to Instagram to express her gratitude for the wonderful support she has received while working on her latest project ANOTHER LIFE. Netflix and ANOTHER LIFE’s show runners have been very supportive of Selma since her recent diagnosis of Multiple sclerosis (MS).
ANOTHER LIFE is currently shooting in Vancouver and is scheduled to premiere in 2019 on Netflix. Selma Blair plays Harper Glass in the 10 episode TV series.
June 30, 2018 – Selma Blair TV News
Selma Blair will have a celebrity judge spot on this season of The Gong Show.
Check out her episode July 19th, 2018 on ABC.
January 23, 2018 – Selma Blair TV News
Check out these clips of Selma Blair on last night’s episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers!
January 22, 2018 – NYC
Be sure to watch Late Night With Seth Meyers tonight! Selma Blair is in NYC to promote her latest film and TV projects.
VARIETY by Justin Kroll
Selma Blair and her production company, Sainted Productions, have purchased the rights to Sarah Beth Durst’s novel “The Lost.”
Durst’s book follows a woman running from her bleak life who finds herself trapped in a small town where all things lost — luggage, keys, and even people — are mysteriously deposited.
Blair is now looking for a writer to pen the movie and is undecided about whether she’ll also star in the pic. “The Lost” marks the first piece of IP that Sainted Productions has purchased.
It is also unknown at this time whether this will be adapted into a film or TV series.
Durst is an award-winning author who was honored with the Mythopoeic Award and Alex Award from the American Library Association.
Blair is best known for her roles in “Cruel Intentions,” “Legally Blonde,” and “Hellboy.” Most recently, her film “Mom and Dad,” co-starring Nicolas Cage, premiered at Midnight Madness at the Toronto Film Festival and earned her some of the best reviews of her career. She is also set to appear in TV Land’s “Heathers” reboot, which is currently filming.
Disney has set an August 1 premiere date for its new animated comedy adventure series Future-Worm!, and announced several guest stars including Neil deGrasse Tyson, Selma Blair, Jeff Ross, Jack McBrayer, Chelsea Peretti, Bill Nye and Jonathan Frakes.
Created and executive-produced by Emmy-winning director Ryan Quincy (South Park), Future-Worm! centers on Danny, played by Andy Milonakis, an optimistic 12-year-old who creates a time machine lunch box, and then meets and befriends a fearless worm (James Adomian) from the future (with titanium-enforced abs). The comedy follows Danny and Future Worm as they embark on adventures through space, time, and study hall. The characters were introduced last year in a popular “Future-Worm!” short-form series on Disney and Disney’s YouTube Channel.
Jessica DiCicco (Gravity Falls) also stars as Bug; Melanie Lynskey (Two and a Half Men) as Danny’s mom, Megan Douglas; Ryan Quincy as Danny’s dad, Doug Douglas; and Corey Burton (Jake and the Never Land Pirates) as the Narrator.
Additional guests stars include Paul Williams, Noel Wells, David Koechner, Josh Brener and Andy Daly.
Each episode consists of an 11-minute story, a 3-minute story and a 7-minute story. Previews of the 3- and 7-minute story segments from the premiere episode will be available on the Disney app with the 3-minute also available on Disney’s YouTube Channel beginning Monday, July 11. Beginning August 1, episodes will air at 11 AM ET/PT on Disney.