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Previous | Image 1 of 25 | NextBarbara Eden of ‘I Dream of Jeannie’ still enchants.
Chicago – Every fall in the Chicagoland area, it’s “The Hollywood Show.” This annual event showcases celebrities from TV and film, both current and from the nostalgic past, greeting fans and signing autographs. The September of 2013 show featured “I Dream of Jeannie” TV show personalities Barbara Eden and Bill Daily, plus notable cast reunions of TV’s “My Three Sons” and the 1973 film version of “Jesus Christ Superstar.”
HollywoodChicago.com covered the event, and photographer Joe Arce put the show’s participants in front of the lens. “The Hollywood Show” will be back in Chicago in September, 2014. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. Barbara Eden’s hair by Angela Brasington. All images © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.
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Since 2003's Dead Like Me, Bryan Fuller has been doling out delicious TV treats that enriched our minds, bodies and souls. His latest, Hannibal, is undoubtedly Fuller's heaviest project to date, but the Ep extraordinaire is elated fans have found moments of levity -- and light -- while dissecting the decadence infused into every incredibly layered episode.
Thankfully the first season is headed to DVD and true Hannibal fans (or, fannibals as they've come to be called) can meticulously now pour over every museum-worthy visual, staging choice and knowing glance between the characters for subliminal meanings.
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Best Original Song and Best Original Score Oscar 2014 live concert (photo: Singer Adele Oscar winner) In 2014, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will sponsor a live concert featuring the nominees in the Best Original Score and Best Original Song categories. The source for this information is not an Academy press release, but an internal email from Music Branch governors Charles Fox (Nine to Five, Little Darlings), Arthur Hamilton (Zero Hour!, Madron), and David Newman (The Nutty Professor, Behaving Badly) that found its way into the Deadline.com inbox. The Academy’s concert is to be held at Royce Hall on the UCLA campus in Westwood on Thursday, February 27, 2014, three days before the March 2 Oscarcast. As per the Academy’s email, "a symphony orchestra of Los Angeles studio musicians will perform a suite from each score of up to 10 minutes in length. Subject to availability, each original composer will conduct his/her own work. »
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Cynthia Nixon turns 46 today, and the out actress is worthy of celebration. She's only one Oscar away from having an Egot, with a strong career in theater, television and film that dates back to 1979 at the age of 12. Here are our favorite Cynthia roles.
Miranda Hobbes, Sex and the City
As the cynical realist among a group of friends, Cynthia played the level-headed careerwoman-turned-mom with such great prowess, it's almost like she'll never be able to shake the role. Lucky for her, she's been working since she was a preteen and her chameleon-like qualities have allowed her to be one of the hardest-working women in Hollywood.
Sunshine, Little Darlings
In one of her first roles on film, a young Cynthia played a teenage hippie who was at the same camp as Kristy McNichol.
Rebecca, The Big C »
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