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John Fasano Dead: Writer, Director, Producer Dies at 52

21 July 2014 6:25 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Writer, producer and director John Fasano died in his sleep Saturday night. He was 52.

In a career that career spanned more than 25 years, Fasano had more than 40 credits on feature films and primetime television as a writer, director or producer.

His feature credits include “Another 48 Hrs.,” “Tombstone,” “Universal Soldier: The Return” and “Alien 3,” as well as developing the stories for “Alien vs. Predator,” “Flushed Away,” “Ex-1,” Marvel Comics’ “Werewolf by Night” and, most recently, writing “Sniper 5,” “Sniper Reloaded” and “Hostel: Part III.”

In television, Fasano wrote more than 17 movies, including TNT’s “The Hunchback,” for which he received a Writers Guild Award nomination in 1996; the Tom Selleck hit “Stone Cold”; the Iraq war docudrama “Saving Jessica Lynch”; and Westerns such as “The Legend of Butch and Sundance” and “Hannah’s Law.”

In the digital space, John created and wrote “Woke Up Dead,” a series for Sony’s Crackle »

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John Fasano Dead: Writer, Director, Producer Dies at 52

21 July 2014 6:25 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Writer, producer and director John Fasano died in his sleep Saturday night. He was 52.

In a career that career spanned more than 25 years, Fasano had more than 40 credits on feature films and primetime television as a writer, director or producer.

His feature credits include “Another 48 Hrs.,” “Tombstone,” “Universal Soldier: The Return” and “Alien 3,” as well as developing the stories for “Alien vs. Predator,” “Flushed Away,” “Ex-1,” Marvel Comics’ “Werewolf by Night” and, most recently, writing “Sniper 5,” “Sniper Reloaded” and “Hostel: Part III.”

In television, Fasano wrote more than 17 movies, including TNT’s “The Hunchback,” for which he received a Writers Guild Award nomination in 1996; the Tom Selleck hit “Stone Cold”; the Iraq war docudrama “Saving Jessica Lynch”; and Westerns such as “The Legend of Butch and Sundance” and “Hannah’s Law.”

In the digital space, John created and wrote “Woke Up Dead,” a series for Sony’s Crackle »

- Carmel Dagan

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Khloé Kardashian and French Montana Wear Scary Masks for His "Don't Panic" Music Video

10 July 2014 3:28 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Khloé Kardashian and French Montana are sporting matching masks for the upcoming music video for his single "Don't Panic." The couple each posted several shots of them wearing their scary accessories while filming yesterday. The rapper posted a simple caption to his first image, with just the name of the track listed next to him and his leading lady. Meanwhile, the E! reality star wrote, "Black roses in my garden," on her photo of the two of them inside what appears to be a tour bus. Montana is shown holding a bouquet of dark roses while Khloé poses in the background in a black and silver long-sleeve top. The 30-year-old also showed off one of her extra »

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10 Things We Learned on the Set of 'Nashville'

14 May 2014 9:15 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

It's looking like the Season Two finale of Nashville will mirror the lyrics of a quintessential country song: someone's lyin', someone's breakin' up, and someone's gettin' stinkin' drunk. Rolling Stone was invited to the downtown Nashville set of the May 14 episode, which we're told will end in cliffhangers for most all of the main characters. We spent time in between scenes tempting the actors to spill secrets about the finale (which airs at 10:00 Pm Et on ABC). In doing so, we learned a little bit about the episode and »

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'Nashville' in concert: On the scene in New York

7 May 2014 3:37 PM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

The first-ever Nashville cast concert tour hit New York City on May 6, with Charles “Chip” Esten (Deacon), Clare Bowen (Scarlett), Jonathan Jackson (Avery), Sam Palladio (Gunnar), Chris Carmack (Will), Chaley Rose (Zoey), and Will Chase (Luke) in tow. They performed songs heard on the show, as well as originals. In honor of Bowen’s song “Cheap Red Wine,” which will be on the album she’s currently cutting, Mandi Bierly and Samantha Highfill grabbed a couple of glasses after the show and discussed their notes on the set list, Esten’s biceps, and the adorableness that was Chase’s girlfriend, »

- Mandi Bierly

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'Nashville' Season 2, episode 19 recap: Scarlett's toxic mom drives her 'Crazy'

2 April 2014 8:45 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Thank goodness there's a four-week break before we get a new episode of "Nashville," because Wednesday's (April 2) episode was a doozy. There were so many revelations, confrontations and emotions running high that it's going to take four weeks to recover from the roller coaster that was "Crazy." Let's dig right in to the drama, y'all!

Even though Maddie took down the video she titled "Maddie Claybourne," everyone knows the Internet is forever. Someone got hold of the video and it went viral. Even the ladies on "The View" made a cameo to discuss the murky waters of Maddie's paternity, calling her Rayna and Deacon's "love child." When the paparazzi get vicious, Rayna gets worried when she can't reach Deacon. She freaks out, thinking he might have started drinking again.

Knowing that Deacon would head to the lake house they were supposed to live in way back when, Rayna and Luke »

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'Nashville': The problem with Scarlett's pill-popping

30 January 2014 11:00 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

What the heck is going on with Scarlett?

On Wednesday (Jan. 29) night's "Nashville," the blonde, doe-eyed country singer (Clare Bowen) was a total mess. Her touring was still taking a toll on her, and it was obvious just by looking at her: She had dark circles around her eyes, her hair was a frizzy birds' nest, she was dressing in dark clothes (gasp!) and her eyes were constantly bloodshot. She was tired, and her energy was gone.

All this couldn't have happened at a worse time, either: Rayna (Connie Britton) set up a meeting for Scarlett with Liam (Michiel Huisman) to work on her album, and the rocker had zero patience for her complaints about being tired and her songs that were clearly shallow and didn't come from here. Seriously, Scarlett was singing about slammin' whiskey and dirty dancin'? Puh-lease. 

That's when Liam pulled a trick so dirty that it was at first horrifying, »

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Rock and Roll Nightmare (1987) Review

30 January 2014 12:39 AM, PST | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

Written by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Rock and Roll Nightmare aka Edge of Hell (1987)

Directed by: John Fasano

Written by: Jon Mikl Thor

Cast: Jon Mikl Thor (John Triton), Jillian Peri (Lou Anne), Frank Dietz (Roger), David Lane (Max), Teresa Simpson (Randy)

Gateway films can take a horror aficionado down roads to a destination that resurrects memories of humble beginnings as a young horror fan. I found “Trick or Treat” on YouTube in its entirety a few weeks back, and nostalgia overpowered me to the point that I had to go down the rabbit hole of horror and hair metal to see how far it goes. “Trick of Treat” seems to be the one that everyone remembers, mainly because of Gene Simmons and Ozzy Osbourne making brief cameos, and Skippy from “Family Ties” sporting long hair, and dropping the “F” word from time to time. Stuff like that is downright unforgettable. »

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