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Hurricane Sandy help: Kenny Rogers to be featured on CBS This Morning, Dec. 24

22 December 2012 7:42 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Kenny Rogers teamed with bergenPAC and the Englewood Fire Department in Englewood, NJ this holiday season to collect toys and help make Christmas brighter this year for Bergen County children in need and victims of Hurricane Sandy. Rogers stopped by the Englewood Fire Department to thank the firefighters and all involved with the drive for their efforts prior to his show at bergenPAC on Dec. 19. Pictured (left to right): Capt. John McLoughlin, Corey Parker, Chief Gerald Marion, bergenPAC CEO Dominick Roncace, Kenny Rogers, Lt. Ray Rodriguez, Mark Mulvaney (Moonachie Fire Dept.) and Lt. Peter Giannuzzi. In the background (left to right): Steve Burns, Capt. Mike Marino, Justion Dereyanik (Moonachie Fire Dept.) and Mike Morolla (Moonachie »

- April MacIntyre

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Lindsay Lohan / Elizabeth Taylor: Maggie the Panther

6 June 2012 4:05 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Lindsay Lohan / Elizabeth Taylor Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime movie Liz & Dick. Lohan, 26 next July 2, plays Elizabeth Taylor (apparently) at about the time she met Richard Burton in the early ’60s. (Though the Lohan/Taylor picture above looks like something out Richard Brooks’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, with Lohan as Maggie the Panther.) Grant Bowler, best known for True Blood and the box-office and critical cataclysm Atlas Shrugged: Part I, plays Richard Burton. The makeup job looks quite impressive, helping to transform Lohan into Taylor. We’ll see — or rather, hear — if Lohan is able to reproduce Taylor’s tones as well. A tabloid queen in her heyday, Elizabeth Taylor won two Best Actress Academy Awards: Daniel Mann’s Butterfield 8, 1960; Mike Nichols’ Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1966. Taylor was nominated three other times: Edward Dmytryk’s Raintree County, 1957; Brooks’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, »

- Andre Soares

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