Tuesday, January 12, 2010

NEWS: TV Could Shorten Life, Barr, Battle, Fillion

STUDY: Watching hours of TV daily could shorten your life
Researchers from the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute in the state of Victoria tracked the lifestyle habits of 8,800 adults and found that each hour spent in front of the TV daily increased the risk of dying earlier from cardiovascular disease.

INTERVIEW: AMC's Julia Barr (Brooke)
“Nothing ever surprises me when it comes to daytime television,” Barr remarked. “I have always loved Brooke, and she is connected to so many characters on the AMC canvas that it makes sense to bring her back. I also think the audience has wanted her back and has wondered where she has been.”

Showman Robert Willey's (late husband of Helen Wagner) trains to sell at Lloyd Ralston Gallery Jan. 16
Lloyd Ralson Gallery’s next auction, the sale of the Robert Willey train collection on Jan. 16, is taking on the buzz of a Broadway premiere. Willey, who died last year at age 88, was a director, actor and theatrical producer. He was married 54 years to actress Helen Wagner (Nancy, AS THE WORLD TURNS).

Over 40 years Willey assembled an outstanding collection of mostly European trains with an emphasis on Marklin and Bing in HO, O and 1 gauges. The collection also features terrific Bassett-Lowke, Hornby, Elettren and Lionel in O gauge along with Aster and Fine Arts Models.

INTERVIEW: DAYS star Alison Sweeney (Sami)
"You're definitely left to wonder what EJ's motive is and that is definitely a great twist that's coming up," Sweeney teases in an interview with Deanna Barnert.

Soap vets Fillion and Bacon cast in Super
Nathan Fillion, Linda Cardellini, Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page, Liv Tyler and Kevin Bacon have been cast in James Gunn's Super.

PHOTO: B&B's Texas Battle loves E League sponsor Fatburger
E League player and Bold and the Beautiful star Texas Battle eats a Fatburger after playing in his celebrity E League basketball game, one of the best kept celebrity secrets in Los Angeles today. Fatburger is the proud sponsor of the 2009/2010 E League. The invitation-only celebrity basketball league is currently in its 13th season and features over 200 celebrity players. Current and past players, many of whom are Oscar, Emmy and Grammy award winners include Taye Diggs, Leonardo DiCaprio, Adam Sandler, Snoop Dogg, Will Ferrell, Jamie Foxx, Ashton Kutcher, Martin Lawrence, Tobey Maguire, Justin Timberlake and many others.

Delany will be playing Federal Agent Jordan Shaw for two episodes.

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