Jim Parsons

Kaley Cuoco Reveals What Her Relationship Is Really Like With 'Big Bang' Costar Jim Parsons Right Now

Almost two years on from the show ending, Kaley Cuoco has revealed whether or not she's still in touch with her The Big Bang Theory co-stars, including Jim Parsons (who played lovable, introverted nerd Sheldon Cooper) and Johnny Galecki (who played, well, a lovable, slightly-less-introverted nerd, Leonard Hofstadter—and Kaley's on-screen love).
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Jim Parsons Almost Played This DC Superhero

When Jim Parsons was born on March 24, 1973, the world had no idea he’d grow up to become one of television’s highest-paid actors. Nor did anyone know he would go on to star with some of the biggest names in the music industry as the voice of a little character in a Disney-Pixar film called, “Home,” or that he would one day be asked to become a superhero himself. Parsons is a talented actor, an educated man who would go to school forever if he had the opportunity, and he is somehow also just a regular guy doing regular guy things like walking his dog and doing laundry and making a life for himself and his husband at home. Jim Parsons is most famous for his role as Sheldon Cooper in the hit series, “The Big Bang Theory,” though he’s had many roles in other projects throughout the course of his career. At the moment, the fact that he was being tapped to play a superhero in an upcoming project is something that is running rampant on the internet, and it seems that the world is curious to learn more.

Kevin Smith Reveals Failed DC Superhero Project He Was Hired To Write For The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons

Kevin Smith is a treasure trove of Hollywood stories related to his career as an active screenwriter and director. He’s been open about his experiences, like witnessing "true darkness" while working with Bruce Willis. Many times, Smith has disclosed information on multiple projects he came close to doing or was shelved by the studios, and this time is no different. For the latest edition of Kevin Smith’s Hollywood stories, the Clerks 3 director spoke on the time he was hired to write a DC superhero project for The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons.

Kevin Smith Pitched a Plastic Man Cartoon Series Starring The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons

Though best known initially for his raunchy comedies in the 1990s and his "View Askewniverse" franchise of films, Kevin Smith's outspoken opinions and love for comic books and superheroes has largely become what he's known for these days. The Clerks and Chasing Amy writer/director has entire podcasts dedicated to this stuff, plus seven seasons of a tv show, but all of that is to say a lot of his projects in that realm somehow never end up happening. Speaking on his FatMan Beyond podcast, Smith opened up about one of those projects, an animated Plastic Man TV show, which he'd totally forgotten he'd developed a few years ago.

Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons almost played a DC superhero

Jim Parsons nearly played DC superhero Plastic Man, according to filmmaker Kevin Smith. Of course, the actor was well known for nerding it out on The Big Bang Theory, though the director has revealed that he once developed an animated project based on the character with Parsons attached to voice him.

Queer Eye star joins new movie with The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons

Queer Eye star Antoni Porowski has been announced for The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons' new movie. As reported by Variety, filming has just wrapped on the feature Spoiler Alert and casting has been revealed. Joining Parsons and the reality TV star are Search Party and 30 Rock's Jeffery Self,...

Jim Parsons Feature ‘Spoiler Alert’ Adds Four, Including ‘Queer Eye’ Star Antoni Porowski (EXCLUSIVE)

“Spoiler Alert,” a new feature led by Jim Parsons from Focus Features, has added four stars to its ensemble cast. Antoni Porowski of Netflix’s “Queer Eye,” Tony award winner Nikki M. James (“The Book of Mormon”), Jeffery Self (“Search Party”) and Bill Irwin (“Rachel Getting Married”) have all joined the project directed by Michael Showalter. Having just wrapped principal photography in New York, the film is based on Michael Ausiello’s bestselling memoir “Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Other Four-Letter Words.” It charts the emotionally turbulent 11-month journey of Ausiello’s former partner Kit, from his diagnosis with...