The 'Fletch' reboot has been in various stages of development for more than 20 years.
Broadway Vacation The Musical, with characters from the popular Chevy Chase-fronted film franchise, will make its world premiere at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre this Fall. Though no announcement was made regarding actual Broadway plans for Broadway Vacation, the Seattle venue has been the starting ground for various New York-bound productions over the years, including Hairspray, […]
HBO Max is developing a series based on the Grisworld family from the "National Lampoon's Vacation" films, Variety has learned. Titled "The Griswolds," the series will see the titular family home from vacation and explore their daily lives in the suburbs of modern-day Chicago. Tim Hobert is attached to write and executive produce the half-hour single-camera […]
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Chevy Chase would make 'racial cracks between takes' on hit sitcom Community at the expense of his co-star Donald Glover, according to reports.
An 'audience with' style interview with Chevy Chase went horribly awry at the weekend, thanks to what appears to have been a baffling performance from interviewer Mike Read.
Chevy Chase is headed to rehab to get help with his alcohol problem, his publicist has confirmed. The star of ‘Saturday Night Live’ and ‘Fletch’, who’s 72, has checked into the Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center in Minnesota. It is the same rehab centre that the late Robin Williams was treated at after his relapse into alcohol use in 2014.
Chevy Chase is a bit like Marmite in the movie business. Offering a new perspective on the oft-maligned actor is director Chris Columbus, who has revealed why he quit a big break directing Chase in the John Hughes-produced ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’ in 1989 after a few weeks on the job. Columbus spoke to James Hughes, son of the 'Ferris Bueller’ legend, in an oral history article for Chicago magazine about the making of 'Home Alone’, which is 25 years old this year. “Around that time, John Hughes sent me the script for 'Christmas Vacation’.