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The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers: Will Liam and Hope get married? Wyatt stops the nuptials

The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers for the Friday May 25, 2018, episode of the CBS sudser tease that Lope’s wedding kicks off with clenched teeth and anxious heartbeats. Will they or won’t they? That’s the question on everyone’s mind, friend and foe alike as Carter (Lawrence Saint-Victor) gets ready to officiate the happy couple’s latest attempt at everlasting matrimony. On Friday blushing bride Hope (Annika Noelle) looks like a glossy picture straight out of a magazine of course. The day before her mom Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and aunts Katie (Heather Tom) and Donna (Jennifer Gareis) gussied her up […]

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‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Is Bringing On A Former Male Model For A New Character Role

Hey, "Bold And The Beautiful" fans. Welcome to one of our Saturday news edition. In this report, we've got some very intriguing casting news for you guys. It turns out that the Bold And The Beautiful production crew has reached out yet again to get someone new to join the cast. According to the folks over at Soaps.com, they've hired a former pro football player and model to come onboard! This guy's name is Keith Carlos. They say his Bold and The Beautiful character name will be "Danny." Unfortunately, other than that, Soaps.com had no other details to share about Carlos' character. They did say that he has already started filming episodes. So, his first onscreen appearance should be coming up pretty soon. We don't know when it's scheduled yet. Hopefully, some extra details will pop up in the not-to-distant future. We do not know if Danny will be a guest,
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Today in Soap Opera History (April 21)

1961: Atwt's Penny wasn't sure about Ellen's custody case.

1967: Dark Shadows' Barnabas met Roger and Carolyn.

1978: Faith and Tom were married on Ryan's Hope.

1983: All My Children's Angie and Jesse enjoyed married life."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1961: On As the World Turns, Penny (Rosemary Prinz) told Ellen (Patricia Bruder) the Bakers had extended the lease of the house she and Jeff lived in.
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Today in Soap Opera History (March 19)

1979: Another World's Alice wasn't sure she should marry Dan.

1979: Guiding Light's newly arrived Ross rook Roger's case.

1990: General Hospital's "Duke" died in Anna's arms.

2004: All My Children's Bianca gave birth to Miranda."Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble those of preceding times. This arises from the fact that they are produced by men who ever have been, and ever shall be, animated by the same passions, and thus they necessarily have the same results."

― Machiavelli

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1968: On Dark Shadows, Victoria Winters (Alexandra Moltke) was shot in the shoulder after a struggling
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Today in Soap Opera History (February 11)

1969: Ned Stuart arrived at Collinwood on Dark Shadows.

1986: Santa Barbara's Mason gave Mary a horse.

1993: Gh's Tiffany was determined to win custody of Lucas.

2000: Oltl's Nora interrupted Bo and Lindsay's wedding."Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble those of preceding times. This arises from the fact that they are produced by men who ever have been, and ever shall be, animated by the same passions, and thus they necessarily have the same results."

― Machiavelli

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1969: On Dark Shadows, Ned Stuart (Roger Davis, in his second role on the show) showed
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TVLine Items: Fresh Off the Boat Ups Ray Wise, '70s Show Reunion and More

TVLine Items: Fresh Off the Boat Ups Ray Wise, '70s Show Reunion and More
Prepare to see more of Honey’s other half on Fresh Off the Boat.

The ABC comedy has promoted Ray Wise — who plays the Huangs’ neighbor and Honey’s hubby Marvin — to series regular for Season 3, our sister site Deadline reports.

PhotosFresh Off the Boat Season 3 Poster: The Huangs Take a Norman Rockwell-esque Trip

The ubiquitous Wise also has a part in Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival and will reprise his role as Leland Palmer in Showtime’s Twin Peaks continuation.

Fresh Off the Boat returns Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 9/8c on ABC.

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Today in Soap Opera History (August 1)

On this date in...

1980: Beverlee McKinsey made her final appearance as Iris on Another World. The show aired its final 90-minute episode that Friday. The following Monday, Iris would be spun off into her own show, Texas.

1981: MTV first aired at 12:01 a.m. General Hospital's Rick Springfield had the No. 1 song in the U.S. that week with "Jessie's Girl," but the new network did not play a Springfield video that first day.

1993: Leonard J. Stabb, Guiding Light's Hart Jessup, was hospitalized in critical condition after a hang-gliding accident.

2005: The BBC World Service launched its first online soap opera, The Flatmates.

Celebrating a birthday today are:

Dana Sparks (ex-Grace/Faith, Passions; ex-Victoria, Falcon Crest) - 50

Jennifer Gareis (Donna, The Bold And The Beautiful; ex-Grace, The Young And The Restless) - 41

Nic Robuck (James, One Life To Live)

Sasha Jackson (ex-Kylie, One Tree Hill) - 23

Jack O'Connell (Cook,
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Jennifer Gareis Welcomes a Son

Jennifer Gareis Welcomes a Son
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Soap opera star Jennifer Gareis is a new mom!

The Bold and the Beautiful actress, 39, and husband Bobby Ghassemieh welcomed a son on Friday, June 11 at 7:33 p.m.

Baby boy — whose name has yet to be released — weighed 9 lbs., 8 oz. and measured 22 inches long.

“Mommy and baby are both happy and healthy,” a spokesperson tells Soap Opera Digest.

The pregnancy was announced in January.

– Anya Leon
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Heidi Klum’s Latest Mom-to-Be Fashions

Heidi Klum’s Latest Mom-to-Be Fashions
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Heidi has teamed up with Destination Maternity — again!

On May 26, the supermodel — and mom of four — hosted a Moms to Be Night Out event to showcase her latest designs for A Pea in the Pod and Motherhood Maternity.

And loads of pregnant celebs including Rebecca Herbst, Danica McKellar, Jodie Sweetin, Annie Wersching and Jennifer Gareis came out to celebrate.

How does the Project Runway host describe her newest collections?

“They are all about making you feel beautiful inside and out,” says Klum, who is already back to her pre-baby shape.

“Being pregnant shouldn’t stop you from
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BumpWatch: Jennifer Gareis – The Final Countdown!

BumpWatch: Jennifer Gareis – The Final Countdown!
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She’s getting close!

With a son due early this summer, Jennifer Gareis showed off her belly at Heidi Klum’s Moms to Be Night Out, held Wednesday at A Pea in the Pod in Beverly Hills, Calif.

This will be the soap star’s first child with fiancé Bobby Ghassemieh.

Confirming the happy news in January, Gareis, 39, said,

“It’s a very special time in our lives. Bobby and I would like to thank everyone for all of their support and warm wishes of congratulations.”

Related: The Bold and the Beautiful‘s Jennifer Gareis Expecting a
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BumpWatch: Jennifer Gareis Wows in White

BumpWatch: Jennifer Gareis Wows in White
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What a belly!

With a son due early this summer, Jennifer Gareis showed off her bump progress at The Bold and the Beautiful’s 23rd anniversary celebration, held Tuesday evening in Los Angeles, Calif.

This will be the soap star’s first child with fiancé Bobby Ghassemieh.

Confirming the happy news in January, Gareis, 39, said,

“It’s a very special time in our lives. Bobby and I would like to thank everyone for all of their support and warm wishes of congratulations.”
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The Bold and the Beautiful’s Jennifer Gareis Expecting a Son

The Bold and the Beautiful’s Jennifer Gareis Expecting a Son
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There’s a baby on the way for The Bold and the Beautiful star Jennifer Gareis!

The 39-year-old former beauty queen — who has portrayed Donna Logan Forrester on the CBS soap since 2006 — is expecting a son with fiancé Bobby Ghassemieh.

In a statement to Soap Opera Digest, Jennifer confirmed the happy news, adding:

“It’s a very special time in our lives. Bobby and I would like to thank everyone for all of their support and warm wishes of congratulations.”

Baby boy is due in early summer.

Source: Soap Opera Digest

Posted in Expecting, Main
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The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: December 14-18

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It's the holiday season on The Bold and the Beautiful. However, as these spoilers for the week reveal, that doesn't mean everyone is in a giving mood...

Bill and Ridge argue about the company. Pam and Donna (Jennifer Gareis, pictured) announce the winner of the fashion competition. Sandy receives a job offer she can't refuse. Brooke faces a difficult decision.
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Big Brother 11's Jeff and Jordan: 'We are dating'

Big Brother 11's Jeff and Jordan: 'We are dating'
In anticipation of their Oct. 27 appearance on The Bold and The Beautiful (they'll co-star opposite Jennifer Gareis' Donna and Aaron D. Spears' Justin in flashback scenes of an '80s high school dance) Big Brother 11 winner Jordan Lloyd – together with America’s Favorite Player Jeff Schroeder – talked to EW about acting for daytime, spending their winnings, and (finally!) becoming a couple. Have you watched episodes of Big Brother 11 yet? Jeff I've watched a couple clips here and there, but I haven’t watched a whole episode yet. Jordan I watched them the other night. I was bored and
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Jeff and Jordan from 'Big Brother 11' to appear on 'The Bold and the Beautiful'

Jeff and Jordan from 'Big Brother 11' to appear on 'The Bold and the Beautiful'
Welcome back, Jeff and Jordan! Big Brother 11 winner Jordan Lloyd, together with her showmance Jeff Schroeder, will appear on the Oct. 27 episode of The Bold and The Beautiful. Lloyd and Schroeder will co-star opposite Bold's Jennifer Gareis (Donna) and Aaron D. Spears (Justin) in flashback scenes of a high school homecoming dance from the '80s. Lloyd, a 22-year-old waitress from Matthews, NC, won $500,000 as the winner of Big Brother. Schroeder, a 31-year-old advertising salesman from Norridge, Ill, earned $25,000 after he was voted America's Favorite Player. The couple became a fan favorite for their flirty (but relatively virtuous) relationship in the house this summer.
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Vote: Best Dressed at Daytime Emmy Awards

Daytime television's hottest stars glammed it up for the red carpet at the Emmy Awards Sunday, where bright hues and silky frocks ruled the red carpet! Tell "Extra" -- Which fierce fashionista looked the best at the awards show?

Best Dressed Daytime Emmy AwardsTatyana Ali

Tyra Banks

Jennie Garth

Lori Loughlin

Susan Lucci

Rachael Ray

Bree Williamson

Rachel Zeskind

Lindsay Hartley

Renee Jones

Brenda Dickson

Laura Wright

Melissa Claire Egan

Shelley Hennig

Noelle Beck

Katherine Kelly Lang
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Film Review: 'The 6th Day'

Film Review:  'The 6th Day'
Despite fleeting moments of clarity, where the characters are believably reacting to problems created and worsened by science-villains of the near future, "The 6th Day" amounts to the same old tarnished utopia fantasy that tries to dazzle one with a vision of North American life both happily obsessed with digital technology and still kicked-back enough to have cans of beer handy for thirsty guys on a break from running for their lives. Even if they are clones, a Budweiser still makes their day.

In a minutely more believable performance than usual in his trademark big-budget spectacles, Arnold Schwarzenegger still gets to break a neck or two, fuss over his character's daughter like a good parent, pilot helicopters and -- rather tiresomely -- toss off the jokey afterthoughts when he terminates several opponents. The Columbia Pictures release, directed by Roger Spottiswoode, ought to bring out the sci-fi faithful, who've been underserved this year in favor of dozens of cheap and expensive horror movies, but it won't come close to Schwarzenegger's mightiest triumphs at the boxoffice.

Married screenwriters Cormac and Marianne Wibberley go only so far in imagining a future of talking refrigerators, cars that drive themselves and a society where smoking is illegal. If they tried to go much further, it might have been called "The 45th Day", as many devices shown and technologies employed require large dollops of explanation. Take for instance, RePet, a business devoted to cloning dead and dying family pets, an option that everyman lead Adam Gibson (Schwarzenegger) finds fundamentally disturbing.

The amount of time it takes for Adam and the audience to grasp the basics of how RePet works is not necessary given the minor contribution it makes to the story. Indeed, the movie lurches around a menu of options, none of which includes down-to-earth dramatics or believable motivations. The hope is that viewers will not mind the occasional forced injections of premise-clarifying chitchat and computer graphics -- in an unsuccessful attempt to keep things internally logical, almost always the catch in science fiction works -- because the whole milieu is so inescapably cool.

But cool in a bad way, "6th Day" -- so named for God's creation of man in Genesis -- has unexciting characters overall, and it relies on routine car chases and shootouts that would be even sillier without the booming soundtrack and special effects. While the helicopters flown by Adam and his partner Hank (Michael Rapaport) can morph into jets, and everybody throws laser bolts instead of lead, the filmmakers don't come up with any new memorable feats of derring-do and fail to explore the rich possibilities of a man confronting his own clone. (The Michael Keaton comedy "Multiplicity" is arguably still the best of the genre.) Alas, though loaded up with some 600-plus special effects shots and lushly packaged in widescreen, the film comes nowhere near achieving the impact of paranoid sci-fi thrillers "The Terminator", "Total Recall" or "The Matrix". But it tries.

"6th Day" opens with an XFL game in which the sport's "first $300 million quarterback" suffers a career-ending spinal injury. On the way to the hospital, the injured man is snuffed out by one Robert Marshall (Michael Rooker), an enforcer for Replacement Technologies. Not to worry. Although declared illegal, human cloning is possible, and Marshall's boss Michael Drucker (Tony Goldwyn) has secretly been breaking the law for years. The fans and the world at large will never know the difference, and another investment is protected.

A very small amount of time is wasted on simplistic discussions of the philosophical/spiritual implications of cloning. Jokes are more the order of the day, with Marshall's frequently killed and resurrected comrades Talia (Sarah Wynter) and Wiley (Rod Rowland) always coming back for more. Drucker and his genius partner Dr. Weir (Robert Duvall) have more selfish reasons in mind than humanity's betterment with their clandestine operation meant to survive until the laws are changed and copying humans is accepted.

Adam is a former military pilot who runs a charter helicopter service with Hank. One day, they are hired by Drucker for a joyride to the mountains -- after a brief "vision" test -- with Hank pretending to be Adam, so the latter can deal with a crisis involving the death of the family pooch and whether or not to visit RePet. Bad things happen to Hank and Drucker, while Adam can't bring himself to mess with the natural cycle of life and gets a lifelike Sim-Pal doll instead, a creepy contraption that won't shut up and eventually suffers a fate worthy of Chucky.

Heading home late and anticipating a birthday party waiting for him, Adam instead discovers a clone in his house, having a ball with his wife (Wendy Crewson), daughter, friends and the pesky cloned-behind-his-back dog. Before he can take action, Talia and Wiley try to grab him, in order to prevent anyone from seeing Adam and his clone together. But they flub it, and our hero jumps in a 1957 Cadillac for a house-crunching chase through suburbia. It ends with Adam taking a big, preposterous leap off a cliff into a river to get away.

When a making-no-sense Adam goes to the cops, he's humored and held until Marshall and crew show up. But Adam scampers away again and seeks out Hank. They go to Adam's house to spy on the clone. Adam not only must deal with his wife making love to a copy of himself, but his daughter almost exposes him. With a lame cigars-are-aphrodisiacs joke thrown in willy-nilly, the scene shifts to the troubles of Dr. Weir, whose once-cloned wife (Wanda Cannon) is dying of a congenital defect stealithly programmed into her new body by Drucker.

Not long after this complication, more revelations occur and just about everybody turns out to be a clone, or will be one shortly. With a lengthy showdown at the headquarters of Replacement Technologies, where big tanks of "new bodies" are stored for Drucker's frequent use -- we're told that the cloning process takes two hours and costs $1.2 million -- "6th Day" is quite violent but not graphic. While Spottiswoode has an unfortunate weakness for slow motion, it's employed mostly to highlight stunts, of which the movie has its share of good ones.

From Hank's Virtual Girlfriend (played with saucy attitude by Jennifer Gareis) to schools of not-really-there fish swimming in the huge interior of a shopping mall, holograms are ubiquitous in this vision of the future, but clothes and cars have changed little. There are marginal elements that hint at what surely must be a more complex world than today, but the status quo is maintained, and at least one large building blowing up is deemed acceptable for the good guy to emerge on top.

THE 6TH DAY

Columbia Pictures

Phoenix Pictures presents

A Jon Davidson production

Director: Roger Spottiswoode

Screenwriters: : Cormac Wibberley &

Marianne Wibberley

Producers: Mike Medavoy,

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jon Davison

Executive producers: Daniel Petrie Jr.,

David Coatsworth

Director of photography: Pierre Mignot

Production designers: James Bissell, John Willett

Editors: Mark Conte,

Dominique Fortin, Michel Arcand

Costume designer: Trish Keating

Music: Trevor Rabin

Casting: Judith Holstra

Color/stereo

Cast:

Adam Gibson: Arnold Schwarzenegger

Hank Morgan: Michael Rapaport

Michael Drucker: Tony Goldwyn

Robert Marshall: Michael Rooker

Talia Elsworth: Sarah Wynter

Natalie Gibson: Wendy Crewson

Wiley: Rod Rowland

Dr. Griffin Weir: Robert Duvall

Running time - 124 minutes

MPAA rating: PG-13

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