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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 1 month ago
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actress Aimée Spring Fortier
Sometimes we want to forget who we are and just disappear. But, imagine if this really happened to you due to a traumatic event.

This is the storyline behind a recent episode of NBC’s long-running drama series “Law & Order: SVU.” In ‘Exile,’ actress Aimée Spring Fortier stepped in the shoes of an assault victim suffering from such a disorder – and she’s completely unaware of it when she wakes up in a hospital with no memory.

In real life, Aimée isn’t disappearing from our screens anytime soon. In fact, she’s scheduled to emerge again on NBC’s newest drama series, “The Enemy Within.” Previously, the New Orleans native popped-up on USA’s “Mr. Robot” and Lifetime movie “Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal.”

Aimée Spring Fortier recently found some time to answer a few questions:

Give us a recap of your role on the “Law & Order: SVU” episode titled ‘Exile.’

AIMÉE SPRING FORTIER: I play Grace Walker, a girl who wakes up after being assaulted with no memory of what happened. When the detectives investigate further, I not only disappear, but...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 2 months ago
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Actress Drea King
‘Tis the season for a good scare and nothing offers that up quite like a true-crime TV tale. Until now, these shows have delivered reenactments of serial murderers committing hardcore crimes.

Emmy-nominated exec producer Kim Bondi and director Fab Filippo unleash the new series “Bizarre Murders,” which focuses on Fargo-like capers with shocking twists and unusual characters.

Actress Drea King stars as Detective Kerns in the what-were-they-thinking episode All Brawn, No Brains. Kerns is tasked with piecing back together the scattered clues after a gang botches not just one, but many kidnappings and murder attempts.

“Everyone on set was very professional and lovely to work with,” Drea shares. “I especially loved watching the chemistry and talent of the other actors on set - it brings a little smile across my face just thinking about it.”

This new series isn’t the first reenactment project that Drea has appeared on. The international actress also confronted the spirit world in Destination America’s "Paranormal Survivor." She has become a regular on the festival circuit with roles in the...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 2 months ago
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Actor Scott Subiono (photo: Kenneth Dolin)
Today you’re chasing down bad guys and tomorrow you are the bad guy. That’s the life of make-believe that every actor enjoys.

One such actor is Scott Subiono, who recently portrayed good guy DEA Agent Tony Marino leading the hunt for drug dealers in the second season of John Singleton’s FX series “Snowfall.” Set in the 80’s, the show sets forth a gritty and dangerous tale of the rise of crack cocaine in Los Angeles.

Scott also hit theaters as a bad guy out to swindle Louis Zamperini in the feature film “Unbroken: Path to Redemption,” based on Laura Hillenbrand’s bestseller about the real-life Olympian and war hero.

Scott has been able to seamlessly maneuver between good and bad TV characters on "American Crime Story," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "Chicago Med," "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D," "NCIS," "Rush Hour," "Hawaii Five-O," "Bones," "Castle," "CSI" and "Criminal Minds."

Scott Subiono recently found some time to answer a few questions:
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 2 months ago
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Wendy Braun
Some television shows depict “normal” life, while others are out to redefine what that word even means.

Enter the Netflix series “Atypical”.

The recently released Season Two takes a strong approach to showcasing just how normal a person living with autism can be. From creator Robia Rashid, this family dramedy follows a teenager (Keir Gilchrist) on the autism spectrum longing for love and independence.

It’s been called “the best show Netflix has ever made” (Forbes.com) and actress WENDY BRAUN, who portrays Kathy, has been named “a standout among the recurring cast” (TV.com).

With more than 80 credits on her resume, it looks like Wendy has been a standout in film and television for years. Her most recent appearances include the Ed Helms and Tracy Morgan comedy "The Clapper," ABC’s medical drama "Grey’s Anatomy," opposite Danny DeVito in "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and alongside Fred Armisen in IFC’s "Documentary Now!"
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 3 months ago
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Keith Burke
It’s getting hot in here -- and do you know why? It’s because Tyler Perry’s original hot and steamy drama ‘The Haves and The Have Nots’ for OWN is back.

That’s right! All the sizzle and romance has returned for the second half of Season Five, including the newest character Derrick David – played by actor Keith Burke.

In case you weren’t paying attention, here’s a quick recap on Derrick:

Introduced early this season, Derrick David (Keith Burke) enters the storyline to fix-up more than just the house Hanna Young (Crystal R. Fox) currently lives in. Both are trying to get back on track after some -- shall we say tragic turns. Fireworks practically exploded between the two and a fun-to-watch romance starting developing. Not so fast, Mom -- seemed to be attitude of her children, Benny (Tyler Lepley) and Candace (Tika Sumpter), who continuing got in the way of their courtship.

As the season went on break, fans were left wondering will Derrick be able to get Hanna to open up? And, is there more to Derrick than meets the eye – like does he have a secret past with Katheryn Cryer (Renee Lawless)? No...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 6 months ago
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Elena Campbell-Martinez
The new original Starz drama “Vida” has been gaining momentum since launching on May 6th. Created by Tanya Saracho, the buzz for the series mainly emphasizes its Latinx focused, female-driven, queer storyline. But, it would be a shame if the solid supporting cast were to go unmentioned as part of the reason for its success.

One such member of this stellar group is actress Elena Campbell-Martinez, who shines as the neighborhood’s motherly figure and spiritual healer ‘Doña Lupe’.

Think Elena looks familiar? Well, she should considering this talented actress appeared in Clint Eastwood’s biopic “The 15:17 to Paris” and also on popular television shows, such as “The Big Bang Theory,” “Modern Family,” and Amazon’s “Hand of God.”

I recently caught up with Elena Campbell-Martinez to find out more.


Tell us about Doña Lupe from “Vida.”

ELENA CAMPBELL-MARTINEZ: Doña Lupe is a Mexican curandera (spiritual healer) that lives in the building that the two sisters have just inherited. Doña Lupe has known these girls their entire lives. Lyn in particular relies on...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 10 months ago
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Christine Garver
Ever wonder what it would be like to work for the CIA, solve national security issues and take orders from a TV star?

Well, you don’t have to join President Trump’s team to do all of this. Instead, get hired for a recurring role alongside Tea Leoni and Tim Daly on the CBS hit political drama, “MADAM SECRETARY.”

Actress CHRISTINE GARVER has done exactly that. She first came into the storyline last year, but disappeared for a bit. Now, she’s back – and ready to help the team tackle the latest global issues plaguing the White House.

Some of you will recognize Christine from her role as the secretary Moira on the final seasons of AMC’s iconic series, “Mad Men.” She also portrayed Sally Field’s younger self on “Brothers & Sisters,” and appeared on “NCIS,” ”Criminal Minds” and “Stitchers.”


I recently had a chance to catch up with Christine Garver to find out more:

Give us a recap of your role on CBS’s “Madam Secretary.”
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 10 months ago
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Cameron Meyer
It’s hard to believe that Christmas was a month ago. All the decorations are now packed up tightly, half the toys received are broken, the daily grind is back in full swing and all those original Christmas TV movies are long gone – or are they?

I have a feeling there’s one movie among all the new holiday tales that is still being saved on DVR’s everywhere (including mine). Of course, I’m referring to Melissa Joan Hart’s Christmas rom-com, “A VERY MERRY TOY STORE.”

Originally airing in December on Lifetime, Melissa stars with Mario Lopez as rival toy shop owners who reluctantly join forces against the “bad” guys – a devious toy magnate and his henchwoman, Miss Halifax.

These “bad” characters are so “good” that I jumped at the chance to ask actress CAMERON MEYER some questions about Miss Halifax and more:

Give us a recap of your role in “A Very Merry Toy Store.”

CAMERON: Billy Gardell plays the unscrupulous owner of a chain of big-box toy stores that comes to a small town. I play his henchwoman, like his right hand.
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Opinion by MTahmisian posted 11 months ago
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I love TV shows, movies just can't compare. That being said, I haven't watched many TV shows, I'm picky and most don't appeal. (No vampires, romance shows for instance, just don't like them, most popular shows fit in those categories, but hey this is my list and my opinions, not anyone else's) Currently these are my favorite shows starting with the greatest show out there:



1. 24

(9 seasons and TV movie, 2001-2010, 2014)



24 is the best show of all time! It's easily #1, none can come even close for me ever! Agent Jack Bauer works for CTU (Counter Terrorist Unit) dealing with (terrorists) assassination attempts, nuclear attacks, bio-terrorism, torture, traitors, sleeper cells, other bad guys in 24 hours (hence the name, 24). Each episode is an hour in the show (about 40 minutes for us without commercials) with 24 episodes, each covering an non-consecutive day in Bauer's life. CTU helps stop the attacks with amazing agents, such as Nina Myers, Tony Almeida, George Mason, Chase Edmunds, Michelle Dessler, the list goes on and on of agents who risk their lives to save the world from merciless...
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Opinion by luthorlex posted 11 months ago
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This review is dedicated to Adam West, William Dozier, and all the wonderful people who helped make the show.

The first Batman show was just called Batman. The show started in 1966 and had 3 seasons as well as a film called Batman: The Movie (1966). There was also 2 animated films based on the show called Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016) and Batman vs. Two-Face (2017).

The Plot

Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson protect Gotham as the Dynamic Duo: Batman and Robin. The 2 heroes saved the city by themselves in the show's first 2 seasons, but Batgirl started helping them in the 3rd season. They battled the Joker, Penguin, Catwoman, Riddler, and a bunch of new villains.

The show is often treated like an outdated goofy show that gets respect for nostalgia. However I think there are several other reasons to be a fan of the show other than nostalgia. I didn't grow up with this version of Batman so my true enjoyment of the show comes from what a good show it is. The show's comedic qualities were intentional. The show's corny antics are delightfully fun. 1 big element that keeps the show exciting is that the villains have such unique...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Cory Blevins
The backbone of any television show is the “character” actor. These are the men and women who you might not remember by name, but you recognize their face. And, when they do their job right – they elevate the show to another level.

One such actor who has burst onto television screens everywhere is Cory Blevins. He recently appeared as FBI Special Agent Buchholz in EPIX original comedy series, “Get Shorty,” chasing down Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd. Also the fall, Cory also joined the cast for one of the final episodes of the beloved Netflix show, “Longmire,” and one of the first episodes of the new CBS cop drama, “S.W.A.T.”

More of a comedy fan? Then, you might recognize Cory from his role as Eddie’s girlfriend’s dad, Gary Olsen, on ABC’s “Fresh Off the Boat”; or as the Network Lawyer fighting with George Lopez on TV Land’s, “Lopez.”

Cory also recurred on the “The People vs OJ,” and made guest appearances on “Ray Donovan,” “Dexter,” “Law & Order,” “It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” “N.C.I.S.,” “House M.D.,” “Justified” and more.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Natalie Kim
With all the political chaos happening this year, the CBS drama "MADAM SECRETARY" has done a good job of creating political escapism. No matter how intense the storylines get – at least you know they’re fiction.

In the recent episode, titled “Persona Non Grata,” Elizabeth McCord (Téa Leoni) plans a summit at Kyrgyzstan to address their human trafficking problem – even though their President denies the problem.

This episode brought back a few things from last season: the human trafficking issue, the President of Kyrgyzstan and his trusty Translator, played by actress NATALIE KIM.

I had a chance to catch up with Natalie, who isn’t from Kyrgyzstan, doesn’t speak Russian and loves to draw cartoons.


Tell us about your recurring role in “Madam Secretary.”

Natalie: I play a translator for the President of Kyrgysztan and she is a humorous and loves American pop culture. It was the first time I had to speak Russian and with a Russian accent and it was very cool.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Stephanie Sanchez
The latest real crime story to get a reboot as a network television is “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders”. And, if you thought the original murder case of Lyle and Erik Menendez was riveting, then you’re going to love this show.

Actress Stephanie Sanchez steps into the all-star cast as ‘Linda’, the assistant to Defense Attorney Leslie Abramson, portrayed by Edie Falco.

Stephanie has appeared on numerous TV shows, including "Jane the Virgin," "Life in Pieces," "Grey’s Anatomy," "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," "Shooter" and most recently the new CW military drama, "Valor."

A California native, Stephanie earned a degree from the University of Notre Dame and was part of the Navy ROTC program. Afterwards, she was commissioned an Officer in the U.S. Navy and was twice awarded the Navy Achievement Medal for her anti-terrorist efforts while deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Stephanie Sanchez recently took some time to answer some questions about her latest role:
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List by misanthrope86 posted over a year ago
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There are quite a lot of awesome tv shows in production in 2017, so lots of great shows can slip through the cracks. Here are 5 under-watched shows that I thought I'd promote as damn fine viewing!


5. Fortitude


It is a little hard to describe what Fortitude is about without spoiling it, but basically it follows the weird and violent events that occur in an arctic town called Fortitude. It can get pretty gruesome, creepy and weird in this isolated little town. The plot and the characters are intriguing, and there is some beautiful cinematography capturing icy arctic landscapes.

The cast is pretty great and all give awesome performances. 'Game Of Thrones' fans will recognise Richard Dormer and Michelle Fairley; 'Forbrydelsen' fans will recognise Sofie Gråbøl; 'Harry Potter' will recognise Michael Gambon; and 'Doctor Who' fans will recognise Christopher Eccleston. Other notable cast members are Stanley Tucci, Dennis Quaid, Parminder Nagra, Mia Jexen and Robert Sheehan.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Christine Syron
Most people love a classic ‘who-done-it’ type of story. Investigation Discovery (ID) has been playing into that by serving up true-crime tragedies with their popular series link

Actress link has appeared in not one, but two episodes of this homicidal re-enactment show about friends murdering friends. The most recent titled “Band of Brothers,” finds Christine as a single mother faced with the brutal death of her son.

Of course, Christine has done some other stuff, too. She can be seen on the festival circuit right now in the dark comedy “Jesse’s Girl,” and she’s shooting a recurring role in the satirical web series “Blactually.” Also, before she took up acting, Christine was a member of New York’s famed Joffrey Ballet.

Christine Syron took some time to answer a few questions:

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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Melanie Haynes
Nobody likes a know-it-all, but sometimes you’re glad to have one around. Enter Adam Conover and his hilarious investigative series link on TruTV.

In the recent episode “Adam Ruins Weight Loss,” actress link joins in the debunking activities as a Southern Chef going head-to-head with fat-free foods. Spoiler alert – they’re not so good for you.

What is good is Melanie. We discovered that she can also be seen in a couple of indie films streaming online, including the coming-of-age drama A COUNTRY CALLED HOME, and the touching drama HEARTLAND.

A proven character actress, Melanie has been working non-stop lately. Her credits include indie films like THE LAST MARK, TENDER MOMENTS and the upcoming ANTIQUITIES. She’s also appeared on the television in THE MIDDLE, SALEM, A FACE TO KILL FOR, THE CON, ARREST & TRIAL, and THE DAILY APPLE. The Houston, Texas native, who now spends time in Los Angeles, has deep roots in the south, starting her performing career as a...
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Opinion by MTahmisian posted over a year ago
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I love the show of 24 and I decided to rank the my favorite characters, this time minus spoilers for those who may have not seen the show or may have not seen all of it. Here goes with the first (and obvious) favorite character:


Jack Bauer –

Where in the world do you start with Jack Bauer? First of all he is the best TV character of all time, barring no one. He suffers tragic loss and extreme pain and torture (as well as inflicting some himself) takes out the bad guys and saves the world from horrific terror attacks, all in 24 hours, time after time! He is very loyal, shows no mercy and looks awesome with a gun and sunglasses. He is a modern superhero who is unforgettable and can always be relied upon to save the day. Plus he’s the one character you never have to worry about dying, no matter how much danger he’s in. He works at the L.A. Counter Terrorism Unit and is a key member of their team, serving in various positions throughout his career and is close to several people who work there, who can always be relied upon to have his back, when no one else does. His family members include his wife Teri and daughter Kim, both of which unwittingly...
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Opinion by Mrbiskit posted over a year ago
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My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is a popular animated show that stars 6 female ponies.

Plot

Twilight Sparkle is a student of Princess Celestia who moves to Ponyville to finally get some friends. She becomes best friends with 5 female ponies: Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Rarity, and Pinkie Pie. The 6 of them learn important lessons along with Spike (Twilight's helper), the Cutie Mark Crusaders, Starlight Glimmer, and Discord.

A show about ponies learning lessons seemed like a repetitive and boring plot, but this show is oddly very special. Although the lessons may not be very interesting the show's clever and fun writing makes the show far more unique than other shows. The show combines cuteness and humor very well.

Characters

Twilight Sparkle is a loveable and cute character. Twilight is my favorite of the main characters. Applejack is admirable, Rainbow Dash is kind of cool, Fluttershy is sweet, Rarity is fancy and funny, and Pinkie Pie looks cool. The show has other good characters like Starlight Glimmer and the Flim Flam brothers. The show's biggest stand out character is Discord. Discord is such a...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Rachael Meyers
It’s summer…the best time of year to binge on all the shows you haven’t had time for until now.

The latest worthy of watching is the all-new Season 3 of Netflix’s fan-fav comedy UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT.

The lovable Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) returns with a hankering to hit the books as she heads to college. Her new educational outing brings a fresh pack of college besties, including ‘Josie’ played by actress Rachael Meyers. Standing at 6’2”, this real-life former collegiate athlete brings her A-game to the series, scoring plenty of laughs.

Rachael Meyers recently took time to answer a few questions:


Describe for us your role on UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT.

RACHAEL: I play one of Xan's three roommates - a trio of athletes committed to their team. We don't like Xan, but we love Kimmy.

How was it to work alongside Ellie Kemper? And, also with the creator Tina Fey?

RACHAEL: They were both wonderful. Ellie is so vibrant and gracious. Every morning you were greeted with a smile, even though you know, being a new mom, she was probably up all night. She...
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List by DarkSarcasm posted over a year ago
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I just finished reading a list of the "greatest" LGBT characters ever on TV. I was not impressed. So I decided that instead of wasting time bitching about their lame list, I'd just make my own. Weird, huh? ;D

This was originally going to be a list of 10. Then I kept thinking of more. I finally managed to cut myself off at 25. There are a lot of great LGBT characters out there, okay? Anyway, these shouldn't contain any show spoilers, so here ya go:



#1 - Tara Chambler (The Walking Dead)
Tara Chambler is an actual ray of sunshine sent by the TV gods to make The Walking Dead a more tolerable show. She brings a much-needed lightness to TWD and is the one that has to keep reminding these dummies that they need to stick together. So stop making bad things happen to people she loves, dammit.


#2 - Yara Greyjoy (Game of Thrones)
Yara. Asha. Whatever you want to call her, there's no denying that she's a badass pirate princess. She's orchestrated raids, rescue missions, and a great escape. She stands up for what she believes is right, protects her own, and...
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Opinion by Makeupdiva posted over a year ago
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I have a lot of favorites, not brand new tv shows, I haven't seen any, though I would like to I just haven't had the time.


1. Friends



I love friends is my favorite show. Though I didn't start watching it until after I graduated from High School. But I still love it however I hate Ross and Rachel as a couple, I loath them as a couple. I find Ross too controling, he gets jealous easily when it comes to what guys Rachel talks to not including Joey or Chandler. It just really frustrates me that people like them together so much, obviously people don't see the bad in their relationship.

2. Buffy the Vampire Slayer



I have loved Buffy for a very long time. For the longest time I had wanted to be like Buffy, not because she kills demons and vampires but because she is tough, confidant and can stand up for herself. She doesn't let anyone bring her down. Though there is one downfall to the show for me, is Dawn, Buffy's sister. She made me really dislike the last 3 seasons. So, did Riley, I found him to be incredibly boring and annoying,...
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Opinion by Mrbiskit posted over a year ago
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This review is dedicated to Adam West: the best Batman of all time.

The New Adventures of Batman is a 1977 animated show. It was made by Filmation who also made the first He-Man television show.

Plot

Batman, Robin, Batgirl, and Bat-Mite protect Gotham City from the villains. Bat-Mite tries to be helpful, but often causes conflicts for the Dynamic Duo. Each episode had a lesson for the kids to learn.

This show is 40 years old. Back then plots were really simple and this show is proof of that. However the plots aren't bad. The show was meant for kids. 1 of the main reasons that the show works is for how enjoyably corny and silly the show is. In my opinion this show is even cornier than the live action Adam West show.

The Heroes

In this show Batman and Robin are voiced by Adam West and Burt Ward. Adam West is my favorite Batman. Mr. West was great at making Batman likeable and fun. This show's Batman is friendlier and less serious than other versions of Batman. I really like this show's lighthearted and fun Batman. Burt Ward did a good job at voicing Robin. Batgirl is forgettable, but okay. Bat-Mite has a...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Claire Cohen
The recent Lifetime movie Britney Ever After was not without some controversy. Her steadfast fans are not happy with the un-authorized biopic about their pop princess.

One upbeat note was the appearance of Aussie-actress Claire Cohen as Britney’s Assistant. Claire got to relive some of the stars best (and worst) moments.

This role isn’t the only one that Claire has been gaining attention for. She recently starred as in the black comedy indie film Skid Row Love as a young woman torn between love and heroin. She also appeared in the UN Human Rights office’s award winning short The Riddle supporting LGBTQ rights. She first hit the small screen back in Australian recurring as ‘Hazel’ on Nickelodeon’s hit-series Dance Academy.

Claire Cohen recently took time to answer a few questions:


Tell us about your role in Britney Ever After.

CLAIRE COHEN: I played Britney Spears' assistant following her divorce from Kevin Federline during her tumultuous days.
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Opinion by Windrises posted over a year ago
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Space Ghost Coast to Coast is a classic Cartoon Network show that has both animation and live action. The show stars Space Ghost who is also the star of a Hanna-Barbera action show.

The Plot:

Space Ghost becomes a talk show host. His enemies join him on the show. Zorak works on music and Moltar's the producer. Space Ghost has eccentric adventures with his guests and enemies.

This show may not be that plot heavy, but I don't think that it was trying to be. It's meant to be a weird and crazy animated show and it does that quite well. The show may lack a real plot, but some episodes sort of a plot. At least more than regular talk shows. The "plots" of the show may not be that complex, but the show's entertaining weirdness helps make this a good show.

The Characters:

Space Ghost is a really good leading character. Instead of being a noble super hero this version of him has questionable morals and acts like a goofball. These changes done to Space Ghost make him work as a comedic character. Zorak, Moltar, and the other enemies are pretty entertaining.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Actress Drea King
Ever wonder what it’s like to face harrowing confrontations with ghosts and spirits? How would you react to a terrifying encounter with the supernatural? This is exactly what the popular re-enactment series Paranormal Survivor is all about.

Actress Drea King recently appeared in an all-new episode of the spooky series which airs on Destination America (U.S.) and other networks around the globe.

Previously, Drea has been grabbing attention for her roles in award-winning projects in North American and the U.K., including A New Design, winner of the Bare Bones Festival ‘Best Foreign Picture’. She also appeared in the feature film turned web series Almost A Turkish Soap Opera, which earned awards at LA Web Series Fest, The Indie Fest and YouTube’s ‘Gold Medal of Honor’. She has been part of films screened at the Marche de Cannes, Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner, Sarasota Florida, Bahamas International, Sacramento California, and Victoria BC Film Festivals.
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