NEWS: Soap Stars in Pittsburgh, Victoria Rowell, Franco

Stars Come Out For Soap Star Spectacular in Pittsburgh
"This has always been a great town and they are wonderful supporters of GUIDING LIGHT. A lot of great e-mails and fan mail from the fans of Pittsburgh when the show went off the air," Robert Newman said.

"I think that they spend years and years and years participating and watching a show and supporting us. It's good to give back. It's fun," Brandon Beemer said.

"I haven't been back to Pittsburgh since I graduated about five years ago, so that's a huge selling point for me because I love this city. I think it's kind of like a diamond in the rough. Nobody really knows how cool Pittsburgh is unless you lived here," Van Hansis said.

New England soap opera casts Victoria Rowell
PROPER MANORS is an ambitious project that should put New Hampshire on the map, MyTV Development Executive Christopher Murphy said.

"Pietro [D'Alessio] was talking about doing this as a small Web series, but I saw the potential for regional broadcast,"said Murphy. "I picked it up for MyTV and, in a short amount of time, here we are, set to start filming in August -- and we've signed on Victoria Rowell for a recurring role."

EDITOR'S NOTE: Creator Pietro D'Alessio sent this note to We Love Soaps via Twitter: "I'd love to say @victoriarowell is officially a part of @propermanors but at this point we are in negotiations."

Express FM's Radio Soap Draws in Listeners
Portsmouth's first radio soap CONWAY STREET broadcast on 93.7 Express FM is growing from strength to strength. After launching on May 12th, CONWAY STREET has had a stellar month with audiences growing week on week.

James Franco speaks to World of Wonder at LA Gay Pride
World of Wonder cornered Franco and found that he was making a short film with queer performer Kalup Linzy as part of his upcoming return to GENERAL HOSPITAL.

1 comment:

  1. You should try to get Franco to do a video blog of him filming himself while watching himself on General Hospital...specifically during the scenes that show him in his film/documentary/Moca performance art piece. Because there can never be too much Franco in a single scene or in all media.

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