Friday, May 6, 2011

NEWS: Genie Francis, Molly Burnett, Oprah, James Franco, CBS

FIRST LOOK: Genie Francis on THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS posted a photo from Francis' first day on the set. She starts airing on May 27.

Elizabeth Rodriguez on Former Co-Star Susan Lucci: 'She's Going to DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES'
"She's going to DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES apparently. She has a contract at ABC," Rodriguez said of Lucci. "You heard it here first. That's what I heard!"

Oprah Winfrey on OWN: 'It's not where I want it to be'
"I’ve thought maybe it would have been better to wait until this completely ended and then literally use [THE OPRAH WINFREY SHOW] as a launchpad. If I had it to do differently and had thought of that option, I might have considered that a priority. But I don’t spend a lot of time in the regret mode."

CBS Drops Hallmark Hall of Fame
The Hallmark Hall of Fame franchise of made-for-television movies no longer has a home on network television. CBS has chosen not to extend its three-movie-a-year deal with Hallmark, so the franchise is now being shopped to others, Variety reported on Friday.

Latest VAMPIRE DIARIES victim: 'It Was Really Emotional'
Sara Canning – aka Elena and Jeremy’s beloved Aunt Jenna and Alaric’s gal pal — was one of four actors to see their alter ego bite the dust in Thursday night’s jaw-dropping installment of The CW’s sophomore drama.

VIDEO: DAYS cast shows Kirk Montgomery how to act
Colorado natives Molly Burnett and Casey Deidrick visited 9NEWS to talk about the new book called "Days of Our Lives 45 Years: A Celebration in Photos."

James Franco bringing original production play 'Collage' to NYU for week-long run
"Collage," which Franco will narrate, will open Sunday night at the strange hour of 11 p.m. at Stella Adler Studio (which is affiliated with NYU) on W. 27th St. and run through May 15. The show is dark May 11.

GLEE covers "Friday"
Episode 2.20 of GLEE will feature the Rebecca Black song.

The Lawyer Who Sued CBS For Piracy Explains His Thinking
A lawsuit has been filed against CBS Interactive for playing a role in the rise of the P2P era by distributing file-sharing software on subsidiary CNET. The headline character in this dispute is Alki David, an eccentric billionaire and Hollywood bit player, who seems to have spearheaded the legal effort as part of a revenge campaign.

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