Monday, June 8, 2009

News Round-up: Texas Battle, Sean Ringgold

INTERVIEW: B&B's Texas Battle (Marcus)
"Marcus is one of those characters that I’ve never played before in my career, so it is fun to bring a different approach to him. He is definitely not a Texas Battle. As far as the competition for the part, I really don’t know too much about what went on behind that process. I can tell you that there were two other gentlemen testing on the day of my screen test. I love being on the number #1 show in the world, baby! B&B all day!"

Gold Standard: Girl Power
Tommy Garrett writes: "The Gold Standard this week has girl power written all over it. Susan Flannery, Constance Towers and Michelle Stafford each showcased this week what strength, beauty, smarts and power can do for women as well as powerful men."

Sean Ringgold the keynote speaker at the Whittier Street Health Center's 6th Annual Men's Health Summit
ONE LIFE TO LIVE's Sean Ringgold was the keynote speaker at the Whittier Street Health Center's 6th Annual Men's Health Summit at Roxbury Community College on Saturday. The actor, who played record exec Suge Knight in the recent P. Diddy-produced Christopher Wallace biopic Notorious, signed autographs for fans, hung out with local kids, and spoke to spectators about the importance of prioritizing health, no matter what.

The 2009 B&C Next Wave of Leaders
Rumors of the television industry's impending demise may be greatly exaggerated, but it's in need of some fresh inspiration. Battling an onslaught of technology and the diminishing attention span of viewers, companies that play in the space find themselves needing to innovate with a degree of urgency unimaginable in past years.

REVIEW: Manhattanites
The film has some dramatic moments, like when entertainment lawyer Marilyn Marsden confronts her ex-lover and his new boyfriend. It also includes several laugh out loud scenarios including deluded Ashley pouring her heart out to her sex addict lover, Todd.

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