Bond died March 25, a few days after her birthday at her home in Manhattan, her niece, Sheri Smith, told The Hollywood Reporter.
Bond also played Judy Holliday's sister in George Cukor's The Marrying Kind (1952), appeared on Broadway opposite Sid Caesar in 1948's Make Mine Manhattan and stepped in as Lola for Gwen Verdon in the original 1955-57 staging of...
Gist: Nick Morgan is a successful lawyer who’s devoted to his wife and young son. His adopted brother Conrad is a wayward soul who shows up in Los Angeles unannounced. Although the brothers have never gotten along too well, Nick decides to show his brother around town. But as it turns out,
Director: J. Davis
Writer(s): J. Davis
Producer(s): Steve Bannatyne, Eric Blyler, J. Davis, J.M. Logan, Josh Polon, Alexandra Sandler
U.S. Distributor: Rights Available
Cast: Jay Duplass, Linas Phillips, Leonora Pitts
Among the newbie additions to the extended family of collaborators and conspirators related to the Duplass Bros., J. Davis’ previous cred was as the Kevin – the Jay Duplass directed short docu project. Davis and Duplass re-team on a funny bone project that could easily target next year’s Sundance-sxsw festivals as it has the girth of a film that was helped out with kickstarter coin and without much else (see co-star Bass Ackwards‘ creator Linas Phillips speak from the heart). on paper, the sharply titled Manson Family Vacation is the sort of perfect trifecta indie comedy as it includes: a. modes of transportation, b. confused souls in unique backdrops and c. family bonding.
The Voice has always been a show of upsets -- not necessarily because the wrong singers are eliminated too early, but because so many singers are sent home every week in general. America said goodbye to a whopping eight singers on Thursday night, and nearly every upcoming week until the finals will rid the competition of two singers, regardless of whose team they’re from. That means any of the coaches -- Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine – could be out of the running as early as next week.
Photos: 'The Voice' Teams: Meet Season 5's Finalists
With no more saves and steals left to fall back on, here’s how the top 12 performed on Monday night:
Green’s super-sweet Caroline Pennell kicked off the
Christina Aguilera seriously keeps getting better. She returned to The Voice season five ready to win — and she definitely has the team to do it.
Team Christina Will Win ‘The Voice’
After three seasons (and a season off) Christina is back and ready to fight for her first ever win — and she’s going to get it. On Nov. 7, the top 12 were revealed leaving Christina with three team members, who just happen to be the three strongest in the competition.
Jacquie Lee, 16, has the strongest voice on the show, hands down — and yes, she’s only 16. On Nov. 5, she took on an extremely challenging song, “I Put A Spell On You.
Season five of The Voice is definitely full of a great amount of talent. After all four teams took the stage for live performances, eight people still had to go home! While your votes saved two people from each team, each judge had to choose the third person to take to the final 12.
‘The Voice’: Top 12 Revealed
The show opened with Team Blake Shelton taking the stage for an amazing performance of “Free Ride.” Unfortunately, we knew that no one is getting one! The results for Blake’s team were quickly announced, as his team went from five to three.
While Cole Vosbury and Austin Jenckes were the first two saved, Blake left Ray Boudreaux, Nic Hawk and Shelbie Z waiting for the results! Ultimately he eliminated both Shelbie and Nick.
In the same way Adam Levine’s team dominated the first night, part two of the three-night event – which concludes on Thursday when the top 12 is revealed during a special elimination episode – found Christina's team coming out on top. Even so, the morning after the second show, Team Adam's James Wolpert still
Night two of the live performances on The Voice definitely brought on the competition! While Cee-Lo Green‘s team definitely impressed with classics, Christina Aguilera‘s team took risks by taking on the most popular songs of the year — including hits by Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus!
Team Cee-Lo Plays It Safe, Still Impresses
Amber Nicole opened the show, after Cee-Lo stole her from Team Christina, and she took on “Wasting All These Tears,” by season three winner Cassadee Pope! While Adam Levine did let her know that the one big note was a little off, he applauded her for trying something new by rocking a country song. “Country suits you,” Christina added!
That insane urge swelled up inside me during tonight’s installment of The Voice‘s Season 5 Live Playoffs, prompted by the perfect storm of a fine but somewhat sleepy opening 100 minutes, followed
Before any of the finalists can take the stage, we're treated to a second performance from Xtina, who's teaming with A Great Big World on their single "Say Something." It's a remarkably emotional song. Not exactly the sort of thing that says "Tonight's going to be a blast!" But it's a nice contrast to last night's Flo Rida extravaganza.
First up: Team CeeLo's Amber Nicole
For her first live performance, Amber taking on "Wasting All These Tears" by Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope.
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