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Bring home your new best friend this Halloween with the Chucky: Complete 7-Movie Collection, a horror compilation that bundles together all of the many adventures featuring Charles Lee Ray’s pint-sized Good Guy doll.
From the original Child’s Play movie of ’88 to the upcoming release of Cult of Chucky, this is the definitive edition of Chucky’s blood-drenched saga and, incidentally, it’ll release alongside Don Mancini’s horror sequel on October 3rd of this year. As one would expect, the seven-part set features an array of bonus features for all seven entries in the Child’s Play franchise, and is, quite frankly, a must-own for anyone with even a passing interest in that little prick.
From deleted scenes to gag reels, audio commentaries to a tour inside Alterian, the studio famed for Chucky’s intricate puppeteering, Chucky: Complete 7-Movie Collection is a fitting tribute to that by-now iconic Devil Doll, »
- Michael Briers
Turner Classic Movies continues with its Gay Hollywood presentations tonight and tomorrow morning, June 8–9. Seven movies will be shown about, featuring, directed, or produced by the following: Cole Porter, Lorenz Hart, Farley Granger, John Dall, Edmund Goulding, W. Somerset Maughan, Clifton Webb, Montgomery Clift, Raymond Burr, Charles Walters, DeWitt Bodeen, and Harriet Parsons. (One assumes that it's a mere coincidence that gay rumor subjects Cary Grant and Tyrone Power are also featured.) Night and Day (1946), which could also be considered part of TCM's homage to birthday girl Alexis Smith, who would have turned 96 today, is a Cole Porter biopic starring Cary Grant as a posh, heterosexualized version of Porter. As the warning goes, any similaries to real-life people and/or events found in Night and Day are a mere coincidence. The same goes for Words and Music (1948), a highly fictionalized version of the Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart musical partnership. »
- Andre Soares
Playing the role of Lucy Camden on the beloved 7th Heaven has stuck with Beverley Mitchell throughout her career.
“7th Heaven was on for 11 years,” Mitchell, who is currently starring alongside fellow 90s child stars Jodie Sweetin and Christine Lakin in Pop TV’s Hollywood Darlings, exclusively tells People in this week’s issue.
“We were on for a really long time. I was on every single episode; I never missed one,” she says. “Obviously, I’m iconically going to be Lucy Camden and it’s very difficult in the business to change people’s minds, because they see you »
- Christina Dugan and Aili Nahas
The opening scene of Pop TV’s Hollywood Darlings finds ’90s child stars Jodie Sweetin (Full House), Christine Lakin (Step by Step) and Beverly Mitchell (7th Heaven) engaging in the darkest game of F–K, Marry, Kill known to man.
The choices? Sweetin’s TV dad, Bob Saget; Lakin’s TV dad, Patrick Duffy; and Mitchell’s TV dad Home Improvement star Tim Allen. (Goodness, what reason could they possibly have for excluding Stephen Collins from that game?)
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In case you hadn’t figured it out at this point, »
A photo posted by Beverley Mitchell (@beverleymitchell) on Feb 8, 2017 at 7:26pm Pst It's been a decade since 7th Heaven ended, but the Camden sisters are still just as close. Jessica Biel, Beverley Mitchell, and Mackenzie Rosman - who played Mary, Lucy, and Ruthie Camden on the family drama - linked up for an adorable reunion on Wednesday. Beverley shared the sweet snap on Instagram in honor of Woman Crush Wednesday, writing "#Wcw #sisters #family #love gushing on my blog! Link in profile @jessicabiel #mackenzierosman." She continued to gush about her former costars on her blog, Growing Up Hollywood. "I have been truly blessed with these two beautiful women who really are like sisters to me!" she wrote. "They challenge me, they inspire me, and they make me a better person!" The last time the gang got back together, Beverly and Mackenzie were joined by their other 7th Heaven costars »
- Quinn Keaney
Best known for playing the eldest Camden kid on 7th Heaven, Barry Watson is officially graduating to man-of-the-house status with his next small-screen role.
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Watson will star in Up’s Date My Dad, a 10-episode hour-long family dramedy about former professional baseball player Ricky (Watson), who finds himself raising three young girls all by himself after his wife’s untimely passing. Even worse, his mother-in-law Rosa (recurring guest star Raquel Welch) decides to move out, leaving everything in his daughters’ lives — “from makeup to boys” — up to him.
Complicating matters even further, »
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The first season of the American Crime-esque anthology — which is based on Petra Hammesfahr’s book of the same name — follows a young mother (Biel) who, when overcome by an inexplicable fit of rage, commits a startling act of violence and to her horror has no idea why. An investigator (co-star Bill Pullman) finds himself obsessed with uncovering the woman’s »
[[tmz:video id="0_xpya321h"]] Stephen Collins confessing to child molestation won't stop his "7th Heaven" wife, Catherine Hicks, from sharing the screen with him again for a reunion. Catherine tells us she was shocked to hear the allegations of Collins molesting at least one underage girl. The tape of Collins talking about the incident surfaced in 2014, but Catherine says she never saw a hint of that on the set of their hit show. It appears Hicks has had a change of heart on Collins. »
- TMZ Staff
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