Friday, February 25, 2011

NEWS: Burton/Reeves, Franco, Lynda Carter, Ashley Fink

GH's Reeves and Burton: Soap stars share musical side project
"(Scott) was on the road 250 days a year making little money and grinding it out like so many people in Nashville do," Burton says. "But the great thing about being on GENERAL HOSPITAL is that we have a built-in fan base. It's the best of both worlds — we can actually go, make some money, have some fun, show our appreciation to the fans and then go home."

Franco shows up on Friday to remind Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) that he’s still around.

James Franco and Anne Hathaway in Oscar boot camp
In their latest Oscar promos, James Franco dodges mannequins as he "attempts to break the record for the Oscar run," notes an announcer.

GH's Bradford Anderson and wife expecting a baby
Anderson announced on Twitter that he and his wife Kiera are expecting. He tweeted, "I am the luckiest guy alive. Not only do I have the most bestest wife, she is carrying our little girl...due to arrive this July. AMAZING." Congrats!

Lynda Carter: A Wonder Woman for the ages
On Adrianne Palicki being cast in her old role: "I think it is an amazing role to play. I know she is going to be really nervous about it, just because you would be. But I have a lot of confidence in [writer] David Kelley and what he's going to come up with. David Kelley's so talented, and that's really where it needs to be, is in the writing."

Minka Kelly and Annie Ilonzeh shop at Target
The two new CHARLIE'S ANGELS stars must love a bargain.

Amanda Foreman Returning to PRIVATE PRACTICE
Foreman, 44, played Katie Kent, a mentally unstable pregnant patient who lost her baby and then convinced herself that she could get it back by cutting Violet's baby out of her belly in the Season 2 finale.

GLEE's Ashley Fink Knows What Boys Like
"I love Rosie and I respect her opinion, so all I can say is that some of her comments were strange to me. But she was supportive originally, and I think she’s still supportive: She did say that she knows Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy are good navigators of this ship, and I agree. Besides, I don’t write the show, so I don’t have control over her complaints."

Rosie O'Donnell makes amends with GLEE star Fink
"I love the story line - I love the show - and if in any way something I said hurt u - I apologize MORE. You are so talented and I can't wait to hear you belt it ... as I know you can - the often misquoted Rosie."

GLEE to debut original songs on March 8
It was teased at the end of last week’s episode, but now Sony has confirmed that the Glee cast will release two original songs on Glee: The Music, Volume 5, on sale March 8.

Titled “Loser Like Me” and “Get It Right,” the tracks are the first original music to produced for the show.

GLEE's Lauren Potter: I Am Still Bullied for Being Different
Potter is teaming up with to help end the taunting of kids with special needs.

"I joined because they are a great organization and the issue of bullying must stop," Potter tells PEOPLE. " has great resources for families and is committed to ending bullying. I know I can help bring attention to them."

OLTL's head writer Ron Carlivati Addresses Todd Drama!
"We know that Todd has a different face and that's an established part of the story," he explains. "We're playing on that history and use it in the mystery that we started to tell with Blair and Tomas. The savvy viewer will notice. So it opens up a lot of questions and possibilities. There is definitely an element of the mystery that is connected to the way Todd used to look."

Christina Ricci eyes role in new ABC primetime soap
Ricci is in negotiations to star in PAN AM, a 1960s-set soap revolving around pilots and flight attendants at the storied airline.

Y&R's Michelle Stafford Talks Hosting ACME Saturday Night and Desire to Have "Funny Babies" With Ricky Gervais
"[Christian LeBlanc] may have more Emmy's than I do, but I plan to be funnier than he was!"

Caribbean radio soap to tackle climate change
Recording for the pilot series of MY ISLAND, MY COMMUNITY had to be put on hold after Hurricane Tomas destroyed their offices in St Lucia in November. Winds of up to 100mph ripped through the island, leaving 14 people dead and causing landslides and heavy flooding. It's now back in production, and looking towards its launch.

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