Jay Baruchel

Jay Baruchel

Baseballissimo adds new director

The long-gestating project from writers Jay Baruchel and Jesse Chabot is produced by A71 and Gefilter Productions.

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FXX cancels Man Seeking Woman

The Toronto-shot series starring Jay Baruchel will not go to a fourth season.

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In brief: Joly heads to China, Fight Xchange returns to Super Channel

The Minister of Canadian Heritage is accompanied on the trip by representatives from the NFB and Telefilm, Super Channel gets back in the cage with its MMA docuseries, and more.

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Coming Soon: Celtic Soul

Markham Street Films’ Michael McNamara on tapping soccer enthusiasts and Jay Baruchel fans to build buzz for the road trip doc.

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FXX renews Man Seeking Woman

The comedy, starring Canadian Jay Baruchel (pictured), will go to a third season.

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Re-assembling the Goon roster

As casting details for Goon: Last of the Enforcers are revealed, eOne’s Mark Slone on why the company wanted in on round two. (Goon pictured.)

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Baruchel to direct Goon sequel

Canadian actor Jay Baruchel takes the helm as the sequel preps for a June Toronto shoot.

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FX renews Toronto-shot Man Seeking Woman

The renewal follows the pilot and first season of the Jay Baruchel-starring comedy being shot in Toronto.

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FX to shoot Jay Baruchel comedy in Toronto

The U.S. cable network will see the 10-episode first season shot in Toronto after shooting the pilot in the city earlier this year.

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Jacob Tierney reteams with Jay Baruchel for Baseballissimo

The indie feature is about a young Canadian baseball player in an Italian coastal town (Tierney pictured).

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Goon receives Golden Box Office award

eOne Films Canada’s Noah Segal and the film’s actor-co-writer Jay Baruchel on the hockey comedy’s $4.1 million domestic box office performance in 2012.

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Scribes Jay Baruchel, Evan Goldberg at work on Goon sequel

A script is in the works for the second installment of the Michael Dowse-directed comedy (original film pictured) that Alliance Films released in Canada and Entertainment One in Britain.