Funny Brilliant and brief tweets from the week that was.
NESN and the Bruins announced today that a new all-access television series on the team, narrated by Dennis Leary will debut next Monday night. Additional episodes will be announced as they are ready.
Here is the release:
BRUINS NEW ALL-ACCESS TELEVISION SERIES “BEHIND THE B” PRESENTED BY ALEX AND ANI DEBUTS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 ON NESN
BOSTON, MA – Boston Bruins President...
Would Denis Leary make a good football coach?
Perhaps best known as an ever-sarcastic comedian and co-creator and star of the television series Rescue Me, Leary will be taking on a new kind of role in his next flick, according to Deadline Hollywood. The 55-year-old Worcester native is set to portray a fictional Cleveland Browns head coach in the film Draft Day.
In the movie Leary...
Remember the movie where Kevin Costner is set to play Cleveland Browns’ GM? Well, Mr. Costner apparently has found a coach.
Deadline.com is reporting that none other than Denis Leary has signed on to play the Browns’ coach in the movie being produced by Lionsgate.
This is good news if you ask me. The man from Worcester Mass (pronounced Wooster, of course) has developed into a...
Here’s how Christmas works: either you’re young enough to get excited over a pile of toys or you’re…
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December 18, 2012
Every year, Cam Neely wonders whether comedian Denis Leary will once again participate in the Comics Come Home event, which benefits the Cam Neely Foundation. And every year, Neely is thrilled to know that Leary is indeed onboard.
Neely sat down with NESN’s Tom Caron, and he expressed a great deal of gratitude for Leary’s willingness to take part in the event, which aims to help...
The next Spider-Man flick hits the big screen this summer. Denis Leary and all.
Here is the first feature trailer.
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Now on Netflix Instant, it's the full run of the FX drama about New York City fire fighters, which ended in 2011 after seven seasons. I really liked this for the first few years, as the anti-hero aspects of Denis Leary's protagonist wasn't something you saw evreyday, and the willingness of the writing staff to kill off characters meant that you didn't get too set...
"Burn," which is produced and directed by Tom Putnam and Detroit native Brenna Sanchez, is seeking about $80,000 through the crowd-funding Web site Kickstarter to cover its post-production costs.