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Kelly LeBrock Shows Off Her Stunning Model Daughter & Reveals Why She Spent 24 Years Living off the Grid

Kelly LeBrock Shows Off Her Stunning Model Daughter & Reveals Why She Spent 24 Years Living off the Grid
More than two decades ago, Kelly LeBrock said goodbye to Hollywood after her divorce from Steven Seagal.

“I decided to quit Hollywood to raise my babies away from the limelight,” the actress and model said in a new interview with Closer Weekly.

“I didn’t want them looking into any of the negative aspects of my divorce ,” LeBrock, 57, explained. “So I ran for the hills, and I’ve basically been living in the wilderness with no TV for 24 years!”

LeBrock’s career began when she started modeling in her teens, and she became an internationally renowned name and face. In the mid-’80s,
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Meet the Next Generation of Model Kids in Lifetime's Growing Up Supermodel

Meet the Next Generation of Model Kids in Lifetime's Growing Up Supermodel
If we've learned one thing from the likes of Yolanda Hadid and Gigi Hadid it's that modeling can be hereditary. Lifetime's new reality series, Growing Up Supermodel, takes that a step further and introduces the next generation of, you guessed it, supermodel offspring. In the exclusive preview above, get to know the cast, which includes Ricky Schroder's daughters Cambrie and Faith Schroder, Atiana De La Hoya, daughter of actress/model Shanna Moakler and boxer Oscar De La Hoya, Kelly Le Brock and Steven Seagal's daughter Arissa Le Brock , Cairo Peele, the daughter of supermodel Beverly Peele, Jake Moritt, son of actress Krista Allen, and Janis Ostojic, the son of international supermodel Jd Ostojic. ...
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The Goldbergs Season 5 Premiere Will Be a Weird Science-Themed Episode!

I've said it before, and I'll say it again... The Goldbergs is one of the best shows on TV and if you're not watching... what are you waiting for!? It's so good! The nostalgia aspect of the series is what resonates with me most.

One of the things the series does that I love is when it features themed episodes that are inspired by classic 80s movies. Over the years they've played with The Breakfast Club, The Karate Kid, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Dirty Dancing, The Goonies, Say Anything, A Christmas Story, Knight Rider, Misery, and Commando.

Now according to Goldbergs star Wendi McLendon-Covey, the Season 5 premiere will be a Weird Science-themed episode! I love that movie and I'm so excited that The Goldbergs is going to get a whole episode that pays tribute to the classic John Hughes movie.

In case you don't remember, Weird Science follows the story of two geeks,
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Watch an Exclusive Sneak Peek of Lifetime's New Series Growing Up Supermodel

Some of the hottest models in the industry right now were born to famous families. Kaia Gerber (daughter of legendary supermodel Cindy Crawford), Paris Jackson (daughter of the late Michael Jackson), the Hadid sisters (daughters of Yolanda and Mohamed Hadid), Kendall Jenner (daughter of Kris Jenner and Caitlyn Jenner), Sistine Stallone (daughter of Sylvester Stallone) and Sofia Richie (daughter of Lionel Richie) are just a handful of the new faces fronting magazine covers, starring in huge fashion and beauty campaigns and dominating catwalks across the globe in couture.

“The world of fashion has changed. The most in-demand models have a famous last name,
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Alan Rickman remembered by Ian Rickson

21 February 1946 – 14 January 2016

The former artistic director of the Royal Court recalls the great actor who ‘lived his socialism by repeatedly giving to others’

Gene Wilder remembered by Kelly Le Brock

• Read the Observer’s obituaries of 2016 in full here

I first met Alan when I started running the Royal Court in the late 1990s. Despite how incredibly busy he was, he offered himself to me as a kind of generous lieutenant, ready to fight on behalf of the theatre, or sought to give focused and insightful encouragement. You need people like that.

When I became aware that he actually played this role for multitudes of people it didn’t diminish how lucky I felt. In fact, earlier this year, when I was called to his hospital bedside days before he died, to [prepare to]direct his memorial, I realised what an impossible task it would be to include the massive range of
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Kelly Le Brock Recalls Her Last Encounter With Gene Wilder

Kelly Le Brock Recalls Her Last Encounter With Gene Wilder
Kelly Le Brock was boarding a flight to Bermuda about four years ago when she ran into an old friend: Gene Wilder. “I hadn’t seen Gene in a thousand years,” the 56-year-old actress remembers of her last encounter with Wilder, whom she starred with in The Woman in Red. “But there he was in the last row of first class. He looked so fragile! We both started crying. I held his hand and told him how much I loved him.” The two-time Oscar nominee and comic actor of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, The Producers and Blazing

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‘Pretty in Pink’ at 30: The Best and Worst Films of John Hughes

‘Pretty in Pink’ at 30: The Best and Worst Films of John Hughes
Before movies like “Say Anything” and “Perks of Being a Wallflower,” and TV shows like “Dawson’s Creek” and “My So Called Life,” John Hughes’ classic high school romance “Pretty in Pink” dared to depict teenage love with a poignancy and truthfulness that felt both natural and wildly sentimental. Released on February 28, 1986, it remains one of Hughes’ most beloved movies. On the 30th anniversary of “Pretty in Pink,” here’s a look back at John Hughes’ 10 finest films, plus five that didn’t quite make the grade.

The Best…

10) Uncle Buck (1989)

John Candy played the title role of a lovable oaf whose babysitting skills are put to the test in this lightweight yet undeniably funny family comedy. The fifth of eight Hughes films in which he appeared, Candy showed winning chemistry with 9-year old Macaulay Culkin in what remains a career highlight. Though a 1990 “Uncle Buck” sitcom starring Kevin Meaney
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Remembering Delorme Pt. II: Actress Starred in French Blockbuster Bigger Than 'Star Wars'

Danièle Delorme and Jean Gabin in 'Deadlier Than the Male.' Danièle Delorme movies (See previous post: “Danièle Delorme: 'Gigi' 1949 Actress Became Rare Woman Director's Muse.”) “Every actor would like to make a movie with Charles Chaplin or René Clair,” Danièle Delorme explains in the filmed interview (ca. 1960) embedded further below, adding that oftentimes it wasn't up to them to decide with whom they would get to work. Yet, although frequently beyond her control, Delorme managed to collaborate with a number of major (mostly French) filmmakers throughout her six-decade movie career. Aside from her Jacqueline Audry films discussed in the previous Danièle Delorme article, below are a few of her most notable efforts – usually playing naive-looking young women of modest means and deceptively inconspicuous sexuality, whose inner character may or may not match their external appearance. Ouvert pour cause d'inventaire (“Open for Inventory Causes,” 1946), an unreleased, no-budget comedy notable
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TVLine Items: Twin Peaks Fave Gets Shameless, Big Bang's Trek Nod & More

TVLine Items: Twin Peaks Fave Gets Shameless, Big Bang's Trek Nod & More
Meet the mother of Frank Gallagher’s other adult daughter on Shameless.

Twin Peaks alumna Sherilyn Fenn has landed the recurring role of Queen, an earthy and sensual grandmother many times over who loves to be naked, our sister site Deadline reports. She replaces the previously announed Kelly LeBrock prior to the character’s first appearance.

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Queen had sex with Frank on top of a washing machine when they were both high on mushrooms at 16, resulting in their now grown daughter, Sammi.

Season 6 of Shameless debuts Sunday,
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TVLine Items: HBO Eyeing Watchmen Series, Fishburne as Mandela and More

TVLine Items: HBO Eyeing Watchmen Series, Fishburne as Mandela and More
Sometime in the not-too-distant future, you just might see Rorschach, Nite Owl, Dr. Manhattan, Silk Spectre II and Ozymandias on HBO.

The premium cabler has confirmed it is in talks to develop Watchmen — the DC Comics series adapted into a 2009 film — for television.

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Not many details of the project are available, but HBO is reportedly teaming with Zack Snyder, who directed the movie, to adapt Watchmen as a TV series.

In a statement to Collider, which first broke the news, HBO revealed that “preliminary discussions regarding Watchmen have occurred but we
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The Stars of "Weird Science" -- See What They Look Like 30 Years Later!

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30 years ago today, two geeks from Shermer, Illinois created Lisa, the perfect woman, with a little computer know-how. That's right, "Weird Science" came out exactly three decades ago and was the third film John Hughes stepped behind the camera for as director, following "The Breakfast Club" and "Sixteen Candles." The flick was also the fourth time Hughes had worked with star Anthony Michael Hall, who appeared in both of the aforementioned films, as well as the Hughes-penned "Vacation." Fun fact: Hall reportedly chose this flick over doing a "Vacation" sequel -- thus starting a franchise tradition of switching the actors playing the Griswold children each film. Joining Hall were Ilan Mitchell-Smith and Kelly LeBrock, a former model who turned her sights towards acting. "Weird Science" went on to become a cult classic and spawned a USA series of the same name, with Vanessa Angel taking over the role of Lisa.
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What happened to the cast of Weird Science? Checking in on Kelly LeBrock, Robert Downey Jr and the rest

What happened to the cast of Weird Science? Checking in on Kelly LeBrock, Robert Downey Jr and the rest
What if you could create the perfect woman just from the tap of a keyboard and a click of a mouse? That's the tantalising premise at the heart of John Hughes's delightfully dorky teen classic, which celebrates its 30th birthday today (August 2).

To mark this momentous day, we look back at the cast of the beloved '80s film to find out what they've done since. Whatever happened to that fella Robert Downey Jr...?

Kelly LeBrock

'80s sex symbol Kelly LeBrock hit big with her first two roles in Gene Wilder's The Woman in Red and Weird Science, but only appeared in a handful of films after - among them Betrayal of the Dove, Tracks of a Killer and Zerophilia.

She moved out to a farm in Santa Barbara where she looks after animals and sleeps under the stars with her horse, but she keeps cropping up
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A Weird Science reunion is taking place at Denver Comic-Con

A Weird Science reunion is taking place at Denver Comic-Con
Denver Comic-Con goers are in for a treat this year, as the cast of 1985 sci-fi favourite Weird Science are reuniting for a special panel.

Film stars Anthony Michael Hall and Ilan Mitchell-Smith will be among the stars in attendance for the event on Saturday, May 23.

Also planned for the event is an elaborate opening ceremony and the 'Cosplay Shindig' contest.

Dcc 2015 will also feature the event's first wedding, with the bride and groom due to be married dressed as Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen and Batman.

Dcc director of programming and Pcc chairman Bruce MacIntosh said: "This year Dcc has a very celebratory feel about it. We're kicking everything off with a huge party on Friday night, and continuing the festivities all throughout the holiday weekend."

It was announced back in 2013 that Weird Science is to be remade by Universal Pictures.

Michael Hall and Mitchell-Smith starred in the original film
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StreamFix: Pixar favorites, 'Kingpin,' more streaming gems

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StreamFix: Pixar favorites, 'Kingpin,' more streaming gems
StreamFix is your weekly update on the best and weirdest streams happening on Netflix, Crackle, Amazon, and Hulu. You dig it? Check out these happenin' spectacles now. Netflix "Kingpin" This is just a reminder that Bill Murray was up to some weird stuff in the middle to late '90s. "Kingpin" is raucous and watchable, but God, remember "Larger Than Life"? Elephant humor, folks! What about "The Man Who Knew Too Little"? Or "Wild Things"? Or -- oh yes -- "Space Jam"? Thank God he gave us "Rushmore" because that filmography was getting grim. "Babes in Toyland" I command you to embrace the holiday spirit and revisit this 1961 classic with Ray Bolger and Annette Funicello. No, it's not the Laurel and Hardy version, but it features Ann Jillian of the perfect '80s sitcom "It's a Living" as Bo Peep. "Doug Benson: Doug Dynasty" And now, ladies and gentlemen, my
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10 Songs That Became More Famous Than Their Movies

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You know the songs. They’re part of the songbook of standards. You’ve heard them on every TV singing contest, belted out by a cut price Leona Lewis to the back of a chair while Sir Tom Jones mouths the words to show that he too recognises a famous classic. You’ve endured them slurringly stumbled over and shouted at every drunken karaoke session. Even if you think they’re terrible music (and with reasonable justification in some cases) you secretly know all the words. You’ve seen them used on so many inspirational or romantic montages that they’re more likely to be used in parodic moments nowadays than anything vaguely genuine, but have you seen the movies that they come from?

From the 50s crooner golden age through the big hair and big ballads of the 80s and on to anything starring Will Smith in
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Summer Movies Flashback 1984: Indiana Jones, Gremlins and Ghostbusters

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Summer Movies Flashback 1984: Indiana Jones, Gremlins and Ghostbusters
In honor of the 2014 summer movie season, Team HitFix will be delivering a mini-series of articles flashing back to key summers from years past. There will be one each month, diving into the marquee events of the era, their impact on the writer and their implications on today's multiplex culture. We continue today with a look back at the summer of 1984. I turned 14 on May 26, 1984, just as the summer movie season was getting started. These days, the summer movie season seems to begin in mid-March, and I think it's because studios want real estate that they can own. And it feels like the appetite for event films is something the audience has year-round now, so if you're able to make something that excites the audience, why not find a place for it where it's not going head to head with all the other giant event films of the year? For the purposes of this piece,
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5 wildest movie house parties: Animal House, Old School, more

5 wildest movie house parties: Animal House, Old School, more
To mark the upcoming release of Bad Neighbours, we've decided to compile what we think are the wildest movie house parties of all time. Zac Efron and his frat buddies would be hard-pressed to beat some of these, although there's no doubt they'd down some booze and give it a good go.

Take a look at Digital Spy's cream of the crop below...

Animal House (1978)

This is where it all started, the house party to end (or inspire) all house parties. The toga party that featured in the 1978 classic Animal House has been recreated numerous times in both film and real life, proving just how awesome this bash really was. With an amazing performance of 'Shout' by Otis Day and the Knights and plenty of John Belushi, how could this not have made the list?

Weird Science (1985)

It's a Saturday night and you've got no plans. Oh, except the dream
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Recap: Saturday Night Live with Seth Rogen and Ed Sheeran

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Recap: Saturday Night Live with Seth Rogen and Ed Sheeran
It’s almost five years to the day that Seth Rogen last hosted “Saturday Night Live.” (Somewhat amusingly, his “Neighbors” co-star Zac Efron hosted the very next week.) Meanwhile, over the last five episodes, “SNL” itself has survived a rather rocky start to the post-Seth Meyers Era with a string of solid albeit non-classic episodes after the Jim Parsons-hosted debacle. Heading into its final break of the season, it will be interesting to see if the show ends on an upswing or downswing heading into the final stretch of this flawed yet fascinating season. As always, I’ll be liveblogging, assigning grades to each segment. As always, those grades are designed in a lab to make the maximum number of people on the internet angry. They couldn’t possibly be an inherently imperfect way for one person to sum up his or her thoughts about a sketch comedy show in real time.
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Weird Science

Two high school nerds are amazed when their perfect virtual woman comes to life (in the pneumatic form of Kelly LeBrock) in John Hughes' ever-popular comedy fantasy. Once the butt of every practical joke going, Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) are suddenly the coolest kids in class. But with a mind as wicked as her body, their creation Lisa is determined to have her fun too.
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Watch: This One-Hour Supercut Tribute to the 1980s Is Amazing

Few things rival the unabashed excitement people have for the 1980s — a time when everyone was dreaming of the future and anything seemed possible. Audio-visual remix artist Ian Edgar traveled back in time to the decadent decade and created a one-hour supercut that celebrates the music, movies and imagery of the time period. It’s basically one long club mix on steroids, but one you’d actually buy (on cassette, even, since we’re feeling nostalgic and everything). Film fans will instantly recognize the movies featured throughout. There’s the famous “Look, man, I ain't fallin' for no banana in my tailpipe!" scene from Beverly Hills Cop. We also get snippets of Kelly LeBrock’s Lisa from Weird Science wrangling adoring geeks...

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