Thursday, November 18, 2010

NEWS: Beau Bridges, Leslie Uggams, Michelle Stafford, Joan Collins

Beau Bridges joins BROTHERS & SISTERS. Calista Flockhart to miss three episodes
Bridges will reunite with Norma Rae co-star Sally Field for a romantic arc. Also, Calista Flockhart will miss Episode 100 as part of a three episode break.

VIDEO: A Fancy Interview with Joan Collins about her New Show “One Night With Joan”

VIDEO: Dr. Griffin Castillo's ALL MY CHILDREN backstory
Emmy® Award-winning actor Jordi Vilasuso joined the cast of ABC’s daytime drama “All My Children” this week, playing the role of Dr. Griffin Castillo, a doctor originally from Mexico. He comes to the town of Pine Valley after working with doctors without borders on humanitarian missions. Check out a Griffin’s back story below.

Leslie Uggams reflects on ALL MY CHILDREN stint as Rose Keefer
"Soap opera fans are so loyal. It was fabulous, and a lot of people that came to see me with Ben, didn't even know that I sang. I had a whole new audience. They'd say, 'Oh, and you sing great, too!' [Laughs] I had a ball. And I have such an appreciation for those actors. I had to learn pages and pages of dialogue. They got it down. After a while, you get in the rhythm and you can hang."

VIDEO: DIARY OF A SINGLE MOM's Robert Townsend and cast interviewed
Eurweb talks to the cast and Robert Townsend about the new season of the Indie Soap Award winner.

Comcast formally names execs to rebuild NBC
As expected former Showtime boss Robert Greenblatt will run NBC Entertainment and former ABC and E! president Ted Harbert will run the business side of The Peacock. Syfy chief Bonnie Hammer will expand her duties as chairwoman of the cable entertainment division, supervising everything from E! to USA to Syfy, while Lauren Zalaznick will continue to run Bravo and Oxygen.

Dina Lohan ‘Disappointed’ In GLEE
An attorney for Dina Lohan is speaking out regarding Tuesday’s episode of GLEE, which featured guest-star Gwyneth Paltrow mocking Lindsay Lohan’s multiple trips to rehab.

Michelle Stafford happy to be playing a grandmother
"One day someone in our wardrobe department, who gets all the story stuff in advance, said, 'You're not gonna like this! You're not gonna like this! You're gonna be a grandma!' People think I should be horrified, but I think it's awesome! It humanizes Phyllis and balances out all that funky s--t she does."

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