George Costanza to play a game developer in new comedy
"Just remember: It's not an article if no one reads it."
The Canandian news outlet, La Presse just announced* Seinfeld's Jason Alexander, AKA George Costanza, will be playing a video game developer in the new video gamed themed comedy, Pinball Wizards.
Alexander's character right off the bat is accused of being "sexist, violent and misogynistic," after the global launch of his video game turns flops.
The series depicts the world of video game development and is described as being similar to HBO's Silicon Valley, with "a good dose of dark humor."
The article states, Pinball Wizards is being produced by former Ubisoft senior designers, Alexandre Amancio and Mathieu Larivière, with Amancio directing the 30 minute pilot.
Alexander will be joined by Ryan Belleville, Shaun Majumder, and Giles Panton, whose roles are currently unknown.
Pinball Wizards was originally shot in Montreal, while under the codename "1UP" and is intended to released Netflix.
The launch date is currently unknown.
*The article is in French so I apologize for any misquotes.
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