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Can you believe Dylan McKay is almost the big 5-0?!Seems like just yesterday we were watching Luke Perry play the high school hottie on the hit '90s soap, "Beverly Hills, 90210." While Perry will always be that cool bad boy in our eyes, he's definitely matured since he appeared on the hit show. The actor's gone on to cameo in a slew of TV shows, and most recently he's starred on "Fcu: Fact Checkers Unit" and "Body of Proof."And every once in a while Luke will reunite with his former Beverly Hills costars -- in 2005 he played Jennie Garth's love interest on "What I Like About You." Dylan McKay's a dad too -- the actor married Minnie Sharp in 1993, but the two divorced in 2003. Perry shares custody of his two children, Jack and Sophie, with his ex. Currently, Luke has several shows in production and just started »
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Oz The Great and Powerful is on pace to be the year's first break-out box office hit. Having banked $2 million at midnight screenings, the film is projected to finish opening weekend with around $75 million. The man playing the title role is no stranger. In fact, he may be one of the busiest guys in show business. Oz director Sam Raimi described James Franco as a man who "needs a constant injection of the creative in order to survive." [Vulture] All you have to do is look back at the past year to get a taste of how Franco keeps himself busy. In 2012, he filmed five movies, had a recurring role on the TV soap opera General Hospital, starred on another television series, Hollywood Heights, guested on Fcu: Fact Checkers Unit, volunteered at the Art of Elysium,...
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2 items from 2013
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