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Shannen Doherty has signed for a holiday-themed Hallmark Channel original movie.
The former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star has been cast in "Growing the Big One," which centers on a woman who inherits her debt-ridden family farm and enters a pumpkin-growing contest in hope of avoiding foreclosure. Along the way, she falls in love with her partner in the contest.
The movie has begun production in Vancouver and will premiere in October 2010.
"Growing" is produced by Gbo Films, with Howard Meltzer ("The Brooke Ellison Story"), Jane Goldenring ("Pizza My Heart") and Ted Bauman ("Pictures of Hollis Woods") executive producing. Mark Griffiths ("Our House") is directing from a script by Diane Mettler and Anna Sandor. »
- By James Hibberd
Every day until the results are announced for the 2009 AfterElton.com Hot 100 poll we're leaking beefcake at a steady rate of a hunk a day (two slipped out on Monday, but we've adjusted the stream).
Today's fan-fave is out actor Chad Allen, who has transitioned from child star (Our House) to teen dream (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman) to out actor and bona fide gay role model (Save Me, General Hospital: Night Shift, the Donald Strachey Mystery series). All this, and he still finds the time to promote Arbor Day:
Oh, and he's currently auctioning off his tidy whiteys for charity. Now that's putting your money where your mouth ... would ... like to ... be ...? (sigh)
To find out where Allen placed on this year's list, you'll have to come back for the results. But for now, enjoy this assortment of pictures...
With Jeremy Jordan in The Little Dog Laughed
And just for fun. »
2 items from 2009
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