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Great Job, Internet!: The secrets of red-carpet underwear

24 February 2017 10:39 AM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Oscar night is this Sunday, and one of the many questions we’ll be pondering besides who the winners are likely to be is how so many actresses get away with plunging necklines, thigh-high slits, and backless gowns on national television without revealing anything. Some of their Spanx, thong, and double-sided tape secrets are revealed in a new Racked article on “What Celebrities Wear Under Those Red Carpet Dresses.”

The article delves into the MacGyver-like tactics (one option: clear shipping tape) used to keep starlets in a sleek silhouette that will refrain from revealing too much on camera. Stylist Karen Raphael describes a variety of methods:

Raphael tells me some of the most challenging bra-less complications come by way of extremely thin fabrics. After trying silicone covers, fabric covers, medical tape, and even Band-Aids for a client’s award-show outfit, she wound up Scotch-taping an “X” over each nipple »

- Gwen Ihnat

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Hawaii Five-0: This Explosive Clip May Blow You Away, As It Does the Team

24 February 2017 7:20 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

This visually exciting sneak peek from tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 (CBS, 9/8c) may knock you off your feet. Just ask Steve, Danny and the gang.

RelatedHawaii Five-0/MacGyver Crossover Set — Welcome to the NCIS-verse, Mac!

In the episode “E Malama Pono” (“Handle With Care”), Five-0 finally tracks down the missing uranium, which has been used to build a bomb located in the middle of the jungle. They then must carefully extract the unstable explosive through treacherous terrain before it detonates. Singer Darius Rucker guest-stars as the bomb maker, Desmond Abati.

Somewhere amid the team’s mission, the scene above happens, »

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NCIS: Bruce McGill to Guest-Star as Decorated Vietnam War Veteran

24 February 2017 6:15 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Rizzoli & Isles alum Bruce McGill has been enlisted to guest-star on CBS’ NCIS in an episode that will highlight an organization that assists war veterans, TVLIne has learned exclusively.

RelatedNCISEmily Wickersham Mulls Bishop’s Fate, Gibbs’ Possible Promotion

“We are pleased that Bruce McGill will be playing decorated Vietnam War veteran Henry Rogers,” showrunners George Schenck and Frank Cardea say in a statement. “We have been huge fans of his going all the way back to his breakout performance as D-Day in the unforgettable comedy classic Animal House.”

In the Tuesday, March 28 episode of CBS’ most-watched drama, McGill’s Henry Rogers visits D. »

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Battlestar Galactica star Richard Hatch dies aged 71

7 February 2017 8:17 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Tony Sokol Feb 8, 2017

Richard Hatch, who played Captain Apollo on Battlestar Galactica, succumbs to pancreatic cancer.

Richard Hatch, who starred as Captain Apollo in the original Battlestar Galactica and as Tom Zarek in the 2003 Syfy Channel remake, died on Tuesday February 7th, at age 71.

Hatch, who was battling pancreatic cancer, was reportedly in hospice care.

The death was announced on social media by composer Bear McCreary, who tweeted “I share tragic news with a heavy heart. “Richard Hatch is no longer with us. Goodbye Tom Zarek/Apollo.”

The actor’s friends and colleagues shared their thoughts on social media too.

Richard Hatch was a good man, a gracious man, and a consummate professional,” Battlestar Galactica executive producer Ronald D. Moore tweeted. “His passing is a heavy blow to the entire BSG family.”

Richard Hatch, you made our universe a better place,” Edward James Olmos, who starred in the Battlestar Galactica reboot, »

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Richard Hatch, ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Star, Dies at 71

7 February 2017 5:01 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Battlestar Galactica” star Richard Hatch has departed this mortal coil, several outlets confirm. The actor, who appeared in both the original iteration of the sci-fi series and Syfy’s remake — albeit in different roles — was 71. Hatch earned a Golden Globe nomination for his performance as Captain Apollo in the 1978-79 version of the show, and went on to play Tom Zarek in the remake.

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Richard Hatch was a good man, a gracious man, and a consummate professional,” tweeted “BSG” executive producer Ronald D. Moore. “His passing is a heavy blow to the entire BSG family.” Hatch was active in guest roles on television throughout the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, making appearances in everything from “CHiPs” and “Dynasty” to “Baywatch” and “MacGyver.”

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- Michael Nordine

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Richard Hatch, ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Star, Dies at 71

7 February 2017 5:01 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Battlestar Galactica” star Richard Hatch has departed this mortal coil, several outlets confirm. The actor, who appeared in both the original iteration of the sci-fi series and Syfy’s remake — albeit in different roles — was 71. Hatch earned a Golden Globe nomination for his performance as Captain Apollo in the 1978-79 version of the show, and went on to play Tom Zarek in the remake.

Read More: ‘Samurai Jack’ Season 5 Trailer: Cartoon Network’s Cult Series Returns For a Final Season

Richard Hatch was a good man, a gracious man, and a consummate professional,” tweeted “BSG” executive producer Ronald D. Moore. “His passing is a heavy blow to the entire BSG family.” Hatch was active in guest roles on television throughout the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, making appearances in everything from “CHiPs” and “Dynasty” to “Baywatch” and “MacGyver.”

Read More: ‘Legion’ Review: Noah Hawley Crafts the Most Intricate, Intimate Superhero Story »

- Michael Nordine

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Richard Hatch, First Captain Apollo on Battlestar Galactica, Dead at 71

7 February 2017 4:48 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Richard Hatch, best known for his role as Captain Apollo on the original Battlestar Galactica, has passed away from cancer.

His friend, composer Bear McReary broke the news on Twitter today. 

Hatch had been in hospice care after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 71 years old.

Hatch began his long career in theater before catching his first television break on All My Children in 1971.

His theater credits include runs in the Los Angeles Resperatory Theater as well as in Chicago and off-Broadway roles.

He got his first big break with a role on The Streets of San Francisco in its final season as Inspector Dan Robbins.

It was on Battlestar Galactica in 1978 where Richard Hatch became a household name.

As Captain Apollo, Hatch starred alongside Dirk Benedict and Lorne Greene for one season.

Yes, the original series of Battlestar Galactica was on the air for only one season, »

- Carissa Pavlica

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Richard Hatch, ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Actor, Dies at 71

7 February 2017 4:22 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Richard Hatch, star of the original “Battlestar Galactica” and the Syfy remake, died on Tuesday after a battle with pancreatic cancer, his manger confirmed to Variety. He was 71.

Hatch died around 1:30 p.m. at his home in Santa Clarita, Calif., with his son Paul by his side.

“I will always remember him fondly for his inspiring sense of youthful wonder, his boundless passion for creative expression, and his huge, kind heart,” his manager Michael Kaliski told Variety.

Hatch was best known for playing Captain Apollo in the original “Battlestar Galactica” series, which aired from 1978-79, a role that earned him a Golden Globe nomination for best actor in a television series – drama. He portrayed a different character, Tom Zarek, in the 2003 reimagined series.

After beginning his career Off Broadway, Hatch’s acting career took off after landing a role on the soap opera “All My Children” in 1971. His additional TV credits include guest roles in a »

- Lawrence Yee

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The Lrm Interview with Monster Trucks Director Chris Wedge

12 January 2017 12:46 PM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

After years directing animated movies for Blue Sky Films--the original Ice Age, Robots and Epic were three of his movies--Chris Wedge decided to follow the route of many animation directors before him and do a live action movie.

Along came Monster Trucks, possibly one of the simplest high concept premises ever turned into a film, and Wedge somehow found a way to use that idea to put a twist on the “boy and his car” movie that was done so well in Michael Bay’s original Transformers movie.

It stars Lucas Till (MacGyver) as Tripp, an outsider in his North Dakota town, who spends his time at the garage working on a beat-up pick-up truck that just needs an engine. When an explosion at a nearby oil drilling site unleashes a creature that lives under the earth, its quest for life-sustaining oil leads it to Tripp’s garage and »

- Edward Douglas

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