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Iris had been pulling double duty, making cappuccinos for Central City's caffeine addicts by day and hitting the keyboard at night, documenting The Red Streak. On Tuesday on The CW, however, she's finally getting paid for her passion when she's hired by Central City Picture News. And, AccessHollywood.com has an exclusive sneak peek at just how crunchy her new coworker, Mason Bridge ("General Hospital's" Roger Howard), is when he meets the newest reporter recruit.
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Tonight on The Flash (The CW, 8/7c) — though under not the best of circumstances — Barry & Co. get a first look at Dr. Wells’ home, and we’ve got a sneak peek of that “sick” (as one visitor puts it) reveal.
In the episode “The Sound and the Fury,” Wells’ former protégée, Hartley Rathaway (played by Smash alum Andrew Mientus), returns to seek revenge on his mentor after being affected by the particle accelerator explosion. Now able to manipulate sound waves and ultimately dubbed “The Pied Piper,” Rathaway does a number on Wells’ home, as seen in the clip above.
Television production executive Robert “Bob” Claude Bardo, the longtime executive in charge of production for Dick Clark Productions, died December 20 in Studio City, Calif. He was 71.
He was involved in Dcp’s expansion of the Academy of Country Music Awards, American Music Awards, “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” and the Golden Globe Awards.
Bardo joined the staff of Dcp in 2002 as executive in charge of production, overseeing the budget, planning, staffing and logistics for virtually all of the live and videotaped programming produced by the company from 2001 through 2013. From 1994-2001 he worked on a freelance basis as a coordinating producer, production executive or associate producer on many of the company’s productions. During that period, when he was not working for Dcp, »
- Variety Staff
Shaq this out: Shaquille O’Neal will star in truTV’s comedy pilot Shaq Inq.
The half-hour project follows O’Neal and the team who manages his existing products and endorsements while implementing his latest batch of eccentric and oftentimes brilliant business ideas.
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* Get ready for a bloody good time. NBC has unveiled a trailer for Season 3 of Hannibal, premiering this summer. »
Winners were revealed Thursday night for the Casting Society of America's 30th annual Artios Awards. Winners in the film categories included "The Wolf of Wall Street," "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Dear White People." Check out the nominees here, the full list of winners below and all the rest of the season's offerings at The Circuit. Feature Film - Big Budget Comedy "The Wolf of Wall Street," Ellen Lewis Feature Film - Big Budget Drama "12 Years a Slave," Francine Maisler, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Melissa Kostenbauder (Associate) Feature Film - Studio or Independent Comedy "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Douglas Aibel, Jina Jay, Henry Russell Bergstein (Associate) Feature Film - Studio or Independent Drama "Dallas Buyers Club," Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee, Rich Delia, Tracy Kilpatrick (Location Casting), Allison Estrin (Associate) Feature Film Low Budget Comedy "Dear White People," Kim Taylor-Coleman Feature Film Low Budget Drama "Boyhood," Beth Sepko Feature Film Animation "Frozen, »
- Kristopher Tapley
GLAAD has announced nominees for the 26th annual GLAAD Media Awards in categories covering film, television, comic books, music and journalism. And in the film arena, Oscar season staple "The Imitation Game" was joined by films like "Love is Strange," "Pride," "Dear White People" and "Lilting" in the list of nominations. Check out who else was nominated below. Winners will be announced on March 21. And remember to follow along with the rest of the season at The Circuit. Outstanding Film - Wide Release "The Imitation Game" "Love is Strange" "Pride" "The Skeleton Twins" "Tammy" Outstanding Film - Limited Release "Dear White People" "Life Partners" "Lilting" "The Way He Looks" "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" Outstanding Drama Series "Degrassi" "The Fosters" "Game of Thrones" "Grey's Anatomy" "How to Get Away with Murder" "Last Tango in Halifax" "Masters of Sex" "Orphan Black" "Pretty Little Liars" "Shameless" Outstanding Comedy Series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine »
- Kristopher Tapley
The former actor and producer will serve as the organization’s director of development and chief fundraiser. Strengthening that part of the non-profit has been a priority for Cyd Wilson, its recently installed executive director. “This organization has never aggressively done any major fundraising and has relied almost solely on individual donations and grants. I’m out to change that,” she told Backstage late last year. Strouse comes to the SAG Foundation from St. Jude Children’s Hospital where she headed up strategic and corporate partnerships, cultivated celebrity and donor relations and produced major fundraising events. Prior to her tenure at St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Strouse worked as the director of advertising and sponsorship at the Writers Guild of America West. Strouse’s acting credits include roles on “General Hospital” and “Two Guys and a Girl.” She also helped produce the PBS series The Write Environment, Piranhas and the Audience. »
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation has hired actor-producer Lainie Strouse for the newly created post of director of development, in which she will manage all fundraising and development.
Strouse comes to the SAG Foundation from St. Jude Children’s Hospital where she headed up strategic and corporate partnerships. She previously worked as director of advertising and sponsorship at the Writers Guild of America West.
She also produced and contributed to award shows including the WGA Awards, the Makeup and Hairstylists Awards, Lmga Awards, DGA Honorary Awards and the La Film Critics Awards.
Strouse also acted on “General Hospital,” “Two Guys and a Girl,” “Wicked Wicked Games,” “Days of Wine and Roses” and “The Miracle Worker” before shifting into a producing role with credits including the PBS series “The Write Environment.” Most recently, Strouse produced “Teacher of the Year,” starring Keegan-Michael Key and Matt Letscher.
“Having worked for many years as an actor and producer, »
- Dave McNary
The annual ceremony pays tribute to advocates for the Lgbt community, and those who have represented the community in the media and entertainment industries.
The Outstanding Drama Series category will be contested by Degrassi, The Fosters, Game of Thrones, Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder, Last Tango in Halifax, Masters of Sex, Orphan Black, Pretty Little Liars and Shameless.
Meanwhile, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Glee, Looking, Modern Family, Orange Is the New Black, »
The Weinstein Co.’s “The Imitation Game” Sony Classics’ “Love Is Strange,” CBS Films’ “Pride,” Roadside’s “The Skeleton Twins” and Warner Bros’ “Tammy” have received nominations for best film in wide release for the 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards.
The noms for best limited-release movies include “Dear White People” (Lionsgate), “Life Partners” (Magnolia Pictures), “Lilting” (Strand Releasing), “The Way He Looks” (Strand) and “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” (Film Movement).
GLAAD announced the nominations Wednesday. The organization said that 52 comedy series and 83 drama series with regular portrayal of Lgbt characters were considered, compared with a decade ago when GLAAD could only find eight comedy series and 17 drama series to consider.
The GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor all forms of media for their fair, »
- Dave McNary
52 comedy series and 83 drama series with regular portrayal of Lgbt characters were considered this year, as opposed to 2005, when GLAAD could only...
Amazon Studios’ Golden Globe winner “Transparent” joins Oscar nominee “The Imitation Game” and indie comedy “Dear White People” as nominees for the 26th annual GLAAD Media Awards announced on Wednesday.
Other nominees in the film and television categories include ABC’s “How to Get Away with Murder,” HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” “Looking” and “The Normal Heart,” while “Pride,” a Golden Globe nominated movie, is also nominated with John Lithgow and Alfred Molina drama “Love Is Strange.”
- Greg Gilman
It's a boy! And boy, did he not want to wait! As Grendalee Rosales, 27, of Riverview, Florida, in her advanced state of pregnancy jumped in the car early Tuesday and raced toward the hospital with husband Jose, 26, their three other children and a relative, the baby on the way signaled to mom he was ready to make his debut - and Jaden Juniel Rosales was born right there in the vehicle on the side of the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway. "I was a little scared," a smiling Grendalee Rosales told reporters at a news conference Tuesday."I never had a baby in the car. »
- Jeff Truesdell, @jhtruesdell
America’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender media-advocacy group has pulled back the curtain on the nominees for its 26th annual GLAAD Media Awards.
The Weinstein Company’s Best Picture Oscar contender The Imitation Game is up for Outstanding Film, Wide Release alongside Sony Classics’ Love Is Strange, CBS Films’ Pride, Roadside’s The Skeleton Twins and Warner Bros’ Tammy. Gunning for the top prize for limited-release movies are Dear White People (Lionsgate), Life Partners (Magnolia Pictures), Lilting (Strand Releasing), The Way He Looks (Strand) and Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (Film Movement).
The organization this year expanded its nominees for Outstanding Comedy and Drama Series to 10. Among the shows going for the gold are Amazon Prime Video’s rookie series Transparent — which won star Jeffrey Tambor a surprise Golden Globe last week — ABC’s freshman drama How To Get Away With Murder, Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black, »
- The Deadline Team
Nominees for the 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards were announced Wednesday, and freshman series Transparent, How to Get Away With Murder and Playing House were among those to snag nominations.
The awards — which honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community — will be handed out on March 21 (in Los Angeles) and May 9 (in New York).
This year, the categories of Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Comedy Series were expanded to include 10 nominees instead of the usual five.
The full list of this year’s TV nominees follows; the complete round-up can be found at GLAAD. »
Snooki gave birth only four months ago to her second baby, but she's already looking fit and fantastic!
Decked out only in a colorful sports bra and black leggings, the former Jersey Shore star showed the results of her hard work with her personal trainer Anthony Michael.
"Almost 4 months postpartum and so happy with my results," Snooki captioned the impressive photo. "I still have loose skin and stretch marks on my belly, but it's all worth it for my beautiful babies. Staying fit during pregnancy was the best thing I could ever do. Now it's time to build that muscle for summer 15! Big thanks to my trainer for kicking my body back into shape."
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The 27-year-old reality star gave »
Shevenge is a dark comedy that follows 3 best friends as they embark on a journey of revenge… and they need your help! Revenge doesn’t come cheap, so the ladies of Shevenge have been running an Indiegogo campaign to help fund their cinematic adventure. With your help Shevenge will be more innovative, more visually stimulating, more laugh-out-loud funny and be able to affect more change!
Join them at a killer slumber party as they drink wine, paint their nails & pay back their crappy boyfriends! All the while, paying homage to their favorite genres of film & television. Whether it be through horror, fantasy or action, the ladies of Shevenge invite the audience to come right along with them into their deepest fantasies. Bloody, hilarious, and awkwardly honest, Shevenge will leave you astonished, and fantasizing for more!
- Melissa Howland
H. Wesley “Wes” Kenney, a producer and director who directed more than 20 episodes of “All in the Family” and won seven Daytime Emmys over the course of a 35-year career, died Jan. 13 of cardiac arrest at Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica. He was 89.
Kenney produced hundreds of episodes of soap operas including “Days of Our Lives,” “The Young and the Restless,” “General Hospital” and “The Doctors” and directed episodes of series including “My Favorite Martian,” “Big John Little John” and “Flo” — as well as the pilot for “The Jeffersons.”
Harry Wesley Kenney Jr. was born in Dayton, Ohio. After time in the Navy, he began his showbiz career at the DuMont Network, where he would helm live broadcasts — as many as a dozen each day. He directed episodes of the early ’50s series “Rocky King, Detective” and he also worked with Mike Wallace on the latter’s »
- Variety Staff
Genie Francis has felt the pressure to be thin since she was a teenager starring on General Hospital. "I started working when I was 14 years old," Francis tells People. "The first thing they did after I had been there for three or four months is put Laura on a diet," she says, referring to her character Laura Spencer, one half of soap opera supercouple Luke and Laura. "I totally freaked and it was very hard on me." Francis spent the next 30-plus years going from one crash diet to the next. Until now. The 52-year-old teamed up with Nutrisystem after »
- Ana Calderone, @anacalderone
Actress Genie Francis, one-half of General Hospital's beloved Luke and Laura coupling, may have broken records when their wedding drew 30 million viewers in 1981, but she still struggles with weight like anyone else.
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For the 52 year old, emotional eating was the crux of her ongoing battle with the scale.
"The very first time I went on a diet I was 14 years old," Genie told Et's Brooke Anderson. "It set me up for extreme dieting."
Today, Genie is done with extreme diets, and she's seeing results.
"The great thing about Nutrisystem -- and I've lost 30 pounds -- is that it's very gentle," Genie said. "There are no foods that you're not allowed to have."
While the scale is a great indicator of progress, the real test would be if Genie could fit into her famous Luke and Laura wedding dress again.
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Daytime’s little girl has grown up, and now she’s moving on.
The Emmy winner will tape her final scenes soon, according to Soap Opera Digest, which first reported the departure.
Her stint as Starr ended when Prospect Park, the production company that owned the »
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