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Weekend Birthdays! (Note: Birthday shoutouts are for out entertainers, allies, or for any celeb that seems to have a following on Ae). Joe Manganiello (above) is 36, Dame Maggie Smith is 78, Seth Meyers is 39, Diego Luna is 33, Paul Rudnick is 55, Jude Law is 40, Mekhi Phifer is 38, Eliza Dushku is 32, and Tracey Ullman is 53.
The 25 Worst Anti-lgbt Villains Of 2012.Ad Out? In Search of a Professional Gay Male Tennis Player in 2013.3 New Year's Resolutions for the Lgbt Community 100 Beyonce fans will win a chance to join her onstage at the Super Bowl Halftime Show. 2012 Outsports Year in Review: The Rise of the Straight Ally It appears that the »
Television producer and executive Henry Colman — whose credits include The Love Boat, Hawaii Five-o, and Green Acres — has died at age 89. An announcement Sunday by the Archive of American Television says Colman died Wednesday.
Colman’s career dates to early commercial television, where he started as production coordinator on the musical show Easy Does It. In 1951, Colman became assistant to the director for Kraft Television Theatre and later worked on such series as Robert Montgomery Presents and Colgate Comedy Hour.
- Associated Press
Producer Henry Colman, whose resume included the hit TV comedies "The Love Boat" and "Green Acres," has died at the age of 89. Colman passed away from natural causes at his Los Angeles home on Nov. 7. Colman began his career in television just as the medium was coming into its own. After starting as a production coordinator on the local musical show "Easy Does It," he became an assistant to the director on "Kraft Television Theatre" in 1951. He also worked on "Robert Montgomery Presents" and the "Colgate Comedy Hour." Also read: »
- Todd Cunningham
In anticipation of the November 27th Blu-ray/DVD release of 6 Degrees of Hell (review here), the film will be having its Los Angeles premiere a week earlier on the 20th with star Corey Feldman and writer/producer B.H. Smith in attendance.
The screening will include a Q&A following the film and a horror trivia game with such prizes as signed scripts, posters, and movie packs. It all happens at the Laemmle Music Hall, 9036 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. Click here for tickets.
Breaking Glass Pictures is releasing 6 Degrees of Hell, which was directed by Joe Raffa (You'll Know My Name) and stars Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys, The Goonies), Jill Whelan ("The Love Boat"), Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless), Faust Checho (The Fields) and newcomers Nikki Bell, Kyle Patrick Brennan, Ashley Sumner, Nicole Cinaglia, David J. Bonner and Raffa himself.
The Blu-ray and DVD will come complete with an impressive selection of special features, »
- The Woman In Black
And now for a special Halloween treat. Not so much the song or the movie it’s from but the truly horrifying venues from which you will see it performed in the double dip video clips included. Why a double dip? For the hell of it!
Singer/songwriter/actor/cartoon voice actor/game show panelist/you-name-it Paul Williams has had a storied career. He’s penned Oscar-winning songs performed by Barbra Streisand, sung opposite Kermit the Frog, gave voice to The Penguin on “Batman: The Animated Series”, was a regular fixture on game shows like “Hollywood Squares”, wrote the “The Love Boat” theme, and even had his own successful singing and acting career, mostly in his heyday of the 1970’s.
Los Angeles, Oct 14: Actor Gary Collins passed away in Biloxi, Mississippi Sunday morning. He was 74.
Harrison County Deputy Coroner, Brian Switzer, confirmed the news, reports tmz.com.
Collins is survived by estranged wife Mary Ann Mobley and three children.
- Lohit Reddy
Emmy award winner Gary Collins, a fixture of American television, has passed away at the age of 74 in Biloxi, Ms. According to TMZ, the Charlie's Angel's star passed away at the Biloxi Regional Medical Center around 1:00 Am from natural causes. Collins was the former Miss America emcee who was also a television actor and host. His work in classic TV series like Charlie's Angels, Fantasy Island, The Love Boat, Iron Horse, hosting the Miss America Contest and his Hour Magazine talk-show are what so many of us remember tonight. Collins was married to Mary Ann Mobley for 45 years, and together they had a daughter. He has two children from his first marriage to Susan Peterson. »
- April MacIntyre
Gary Collins, a familiar TV figure throughout the '80s as both an actor and show host, died early Saturday. He was 74. Collins succumbed to natural causes just before 1 a.m. Saturday in Biloxi, Miss., Harrison County Deputy Coroner Brian Switzer tells TMZ. He lived in Biloxi and died in the hospital, according to The New York Times. In addition to leading roles in three short-lived TV series, including The Wackiest Ship in the Army, Collins, with his all-Amercan looks, made a number of guest appearances on such successful shows as Perry Mason, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Love Boat and Charlie's Angels. »
Legendary TV host and actor Gary Collins died early this morning (Oct. 13) of natural causes at the Biloxi Regional Medical Center in Mississippi. He was 74.
Collins appeared on a number of hit shows in the 1970s like "Charlie's Angels," "The Love Boat" and "Fantasy Island," but he is best known for hosting the "Hour Magazine" talk show from 1980 to 1988 and the Miss America Pageant from 1985 to 1989.
Collins was married to former Miss America Mary Anne Mobley for 44 years before they separated last year. He has three children: daughter Mary Clancy Collins with Mobley, and Guy Collins and Melissa "Mimi" Collins with his first wife, Susan Peterson. »
Gary Collins, who won a Daytime Emmy in 1984 for hosting Hour Magazine and worked a variety of acting and emceeing gigs in a career that spanned five decades, died of natural causes early Saturday in a Biloxi, Miss., hospital. He was 74.
Collins scored a total of six Daytime Emmy nominations during Hour Magazine‘s eight-year run in the 1980s, and hosted the Miss America pageant from 1985-1989.
- Michael Slezak
Actor and former daytime talk show host Gary Collins died early today at a hospital in Biloxi, Miss. Collins, 74, died of natural causes according to the county coroner. Collins hosted the syndicated Hour Magazine talk show in the 1980s and starred in the TV series The Sixth Sense, The Wackiest Ship In The Army and Born Free. He also guest-starred in TV series such as The Love Boat, Charlie’s Angels, Fantasy Island and numerous others from the 1960s through the 1990s. Movie work included roles in Airport and Angel in My Pocket. Collins also served as host of the Miss America Pageant in the mid-to-late 1980s. He was married to actress Mary Ann Mobley, a former Miss America. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Legendary television actor and host Gary Collins, 74, died overnight of natural causes, Et confirms.
He was brought to Biloxi Regional Medical Center in Biloxi, Mississippi, where he died shortly before 1 a.m., Harrison County Deputy Coroner Brian Switzer tells the Sun Herald.
Gary Collins, a legendary TV actor and host, died early this morning in Biloxi, Ms at the age of 74.Harrison County Deputy Coroner Brian Switzer tells TMZ he passed of natural causes just before 1:00 Am at Biloxi Regional Medical Center.Collins' resumé is a mile long ... having appeared on episodes of such hit shows as "Fantasy Island," "Charlie's Angels," "Alice," "The Love Boat," "Police Story" ... the list goes on. Collins was also known for »
- TMZ Staff
Breaking Glass Pictures announced a late November Blu-ray/DVD release for 6 Degrees of Hell, starring Corey Feldman. Continue reading for the official press release, details on bonus features, and the official cover artwork:
Breaking Glass Pictures is proud to announce the November 27 Blu-Ray (Srp $29.99)/DVD (Srp $24.99) release of 6 Degrees of Hell. Directed by Joe Raffa (You’ll Know My Name), the film stars Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys, The Goonies), Jill Whelan (“The Love Boat”), Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless), Faust Checho (The Fields), newcomers Nikki Bell, Kyle Patrick Brennan, Ashley Sumner, Nicole Cinaglia, David J. Bonner and Raffa himself.
In Northeast Pennsylvania, “Uncle Jack’s Hotel of Horror” is besieged by a dark presence after two friends of “Uncle” Jack, Chris and Kellen, unwittingly release a deadly evil by transporting local psychic Mary Wilkins’ collection of haunted objects as props for the popular tourist attraction. At the same time, a local TV ghost hunter, »
- Jonathan James
We've brought you every bit of information we've been able to get our grubby little hands on about 6 Degrees of Hell, starring Corey Feldman. Now we've got the scoop you've been waiting for: the DVD/Blu-ray release info. It drops on November 27th.
Breaking Glass Pictures is proud to announce the release of 6 Degrees of Hell, which was directed by Joe Raffa (You'll Know My Name) and stars Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys, The Goonies), Jill Whelan ("The Love Boat"), Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless), Faust Checho (The Fields) and newcomers Nikki Bell, Kyle Patrick Brennan, Ashley Sumner, Nicole Cinaglia, David J. Bonner and Raffa himself.
For more visit the official 6 Degrees of Hell website, "like" 6 Degrees of Hell on Facebook and follow 6 Degrees of Hell on Twitter (@6degreesofhell).
From the Press Release
6 Degrees of Hell is currently enjoying a limited theatrical rollout, including a week-long run in New York starting on Halloween night. »
- Doctor Gash
The '70s and '80s sex symbol, who rose to fame on the sitcom Maude and has dozens of TV and film roles to her credit, is ”somebody who knows how to use people,” Revenge creator Mike Kelley tells TV Line.
Runs in the family, apparently.
“She taught Victoria what it takes to survive with very little, with your wit and your looks, really," says Kelley of the woman set to appear later this fall, whose role in shaping Madeleine Stowe's character will be evident.
“We will learn how the monster that is Victoria Grayson was put together, and we’ll learn that there’s a lot of damage that went into this little girl that became Victoria Grayson, and that it was at the hands of her mother.”
“So, Emily and Victoria will share a lot »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Marsi)
Now we know where Revenge‘s Victoria got those cheekbones (and a few other assets) from.
The voluptuous veteran actress, who portrayed Maude’s daughter Carol on the groundbreaking sitcom, will play Mama Harper – ”somebody who knows how to use people,” Revenge executive producer Mike Kelley tells TVLine. “She taught Victoria what it takes to survive with very little, with your wit and your looks, really.” »
- Kimberly Roots
Horror is one of the most difficult genres to translate on television and the dam is about to burst with more on the way. We’ll welcome at least three new horror series this fall, including The Following, The Cult, and one that premiered on ABC’s new Sunday night, 666 Avenue starring Terry O’Quinn (Lost) and Vanessa Williams (Ugly Betty) as owners of the Drake apartment building–a building known for some historic tragedies and where devilish things tend to happen to many of its 388 tenants when their lease is up. The blueprints have been laid out for a hopeful, long run but the landscape of “horror” has long changed since the days of The Twilight Zone or Outer Limits when a clever concept or notion of something creepy could grow like a beanstalk in your imagination. Horror films are a dime a dozen on any given weekend outside of October. »
- Ernie Estrella
Chicago – In the 1960s, network television became the ‘cool fire’ that families gathered around, and the array of trends and shows in that era had an odd but flavorful variety. Lee Meriwether (Catwoman from the 1966 ‘Batman movie), Kathy Garver (Cissy in the sitcom ‘Family Affair’) and Robert Colbert (ensemble player on the TV drama ‘The Time Tunnel’) represented those shows.
They appeared last March at ‘The Hollywood Show,’ a twice-a-year event in which fans can mingle, take photographs and get autographs from the celebrities – like the 1960s TV and film actors – who appear there. There is also a great opportunity to purchase memorabilia from a host of showbiz vendors, all in one room. The fall session of The Hollywood Show will take place at the Hilton Rosemont Hotel on River Road in Rosemont, Ill, on September 7th, 8th and 9th, 2012. For complete details click here.
HollywoodChicago.com was at the »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
Let's face it, Kier-La Janisse is a force to be reckoned with.
Over the past 15 years, she has created the CineMuerte Horror Film Festival (Vancouver, BC, 1999–2005); founded the Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies as well as the Blue Sunshine Psychotronic Film Center, Montreal's coolest micro-cinema (2010–2012); and programmed for the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (Austin, TX, 2003–2007). That's in addition to working for the Fantasia International Film Festival (Montreal, QC), being the subject of the documentary Celluloid Horror (Ashley Fester, 2004), writing A Violent Professional: The Films of Luciano Rossi (published by Fab Press) and contributing articles for Filmmaker magazine, Fangoria and Rue Morgue, among others. And this extensive list is only the tip of the iceberg that is this woman's achievements.
I first met Kier-La in 2009 when she generously agreed to contribute to my Bloody Breasts documentary webseries by letting me interview her amid the craziness that is the Fantasia Film Festival – she »
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