Comedian Ricky Gervais, who is currently busy performing his stand-up “Armageddon,” went live on Twitter Sunday, where he teased his upcoming projects including a new sitcom, movie and an animation project.
The 61-year-old comedian was questioned during the live session, if he is working on any other project besides his new special, “Armageddon,” which will stream on Netflix next year.
Gervais replied, “I do only want to focus on ‘Armageddon’ but again you can’t help you have ideas. I think I’ve jotted down about four new ideas.”
“The Office” star shared that one of them is “sort of sitcom idea, one’s an animation, one’s a movie.” Although the comedian clarified that he is going to work on one project at one time.
“I want to focus on Armageddon,” he added. “Not going to take on too much. You don’t suddenly be a burden.”
Considering the animation project, the comedian seems to be hinting at “Flanimals,” which is currently under projection and expected to release in May next year.
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