Bret Harrison

Cost of Living

Why Watch? This is unbridled awesome. BenDavid Grabinksi‘s sharp short film features Brandon Routh (semi-extending his Scott Pilgrim swagger) and Bret Harrison as two security guards who work for a mysterious corporation that has…more dangerous emergencies than the average OmniCorp MegaGlobal. It’s the kind of movie that demands a standing ovation and should satisfy fans of genre work and dry humor alike.Watch Cost of Living right now, and then watch it ten more times. Then try to help me figure out how to apply for a job at FO Industries. What will it cost? Only 8 minutes. Skip Work. You’ve Got Time For More Short Films.



This past spring saw the premiere and hasty cancellation of the Christian Slater-starring comedy Breaking In. The show aired on FOX and despite critical praise, it failed to maintain most of its audience once it moved to a new time slot and losing its American Idol lead in. This is all after the show’s rocky production history where FOX nixed the program after the pilot was shot, but then revived it for its seven episode spring run. Many analysts have stated that the show wasn’t given a fair chance on the network with its extremely short run and time slot stumbling. That ‘s why the impossible might just be happening as FOX is in the tail end of a deal reviving the show for a 13-episode second season. In order to achieve this renewal according to Deadline, FOX “joined Sony TV in shouldering the cost for extending the cast’s options and then put Breaking In on the list of contenders for its 2-hour midseason comedy block.”



Season 2 opens with a bang as we find our misfit heroes wrapping up a four-week cross-country road trip that leaves them jobless, homeless, and in a hole with the Devil upon their return.

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