A senseless follow-up to MacGruber that gives us a straight-faced take on the MacGyver mythos isn't going to happen all by itself. Sadly, someone is going to have to literally spend days cooking up some things a character can do with a paper clip, and we now know who has been tasked with this hefty chore. Risky Business reports New Line has hired Jason Richman, writer of the Nicolas Cage film Bangkok Dangerous, to pen a first draft. I look forward to hearing how casting Taylor Lautner as the title character will make MacGuyver hip and relevant to a new, younger generation.
Ut oh! Someone must have finally emailed MacGyver creator Lee Zlotoff the trailer for MacGruber. The inventor of the paperclip-wielding bomb diffuser has decided he's not at all cool with there being a feature-length parody of his ridiculous hero, and he's going to try to use l... / Continue →
The nearly year-old rumor is true: MacGyver is only a MacGyver joke and an A-list writer away from a global franchise!
New Line is using twine, bubble gum and a pencil to throw "MacGyver" into development as a feature film.
"MacGyver" was a science-oriented adventure series t... / Continue →
This weekend, MacGyver creator Lee David Zlotoff attended Maiker Faire, presumably to be honored for creating the character to have made the most ridiculous shit by hand. But it was Zlotoff's news of an improved method of diffusing a bomb with an office supply that would prove ... / Continue →