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  • RIP Miguel Ferrer

    RIP Miguel Ferrer

    I’d really hoped that 2017 would start fresh with some joy and happiness, but no such luck. Yesterday, actor Miguel Ferrer, passed away from throat cancer. He was one of my favorites and if you’re not sure who he is, you’d probably, at least, recognize him. He was in everything including Star Trek III: The Search For Spock, Robocop, guest appearances in CHiPs, Magnum, P.I., and my personal favorite, Twin Peaks. As FBI Agent, Albert Rosenthal, he stole the show. In the later part of his […]

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  • WILL AND GRACE is Officially Coming Back

    WILL AND GRACE is Officially Coming Back

    It was announced today that OFFICIALLY, Will And Grace will be coming back for ten episodes! This morning, at the Television Critics Association press tour, NBC announced that the show will return for the 2017-2018 with the original cast set to reunite. James Burrows, who directed all of the original, will be back to direct and executive produce. The original series creators, Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, will return as showrunners. This show might be one of my favorite sitcoms and […]

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  • Ep 21 – BOOZE AND PHASERS Season 2 Premiere with Guest Jenny Flack

    Ep 21 – BOOZE AND PHASERS Season 2 Premiere with Guest Jenny Flack

    The passsing of Hollywood Icons and Mother/Daughter Duo, Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, spoiler free thoughts on Rogue One and more with GGA Co-Founder and senior contributor Jenny Flack. Welcome to Episode 21 of Booze and Phasers! The podcast where Claudia Dolph, Audrey Kearns and guests drink Genre and talk booze…we mean, we booze Genre and drink phasers… wait a minute, green people, Gorn – ENERGIZE! We’re now on the Giant Size Team Up network! Check them out, here! Listen to more episodes of Booze and Phasers here! ************** Welcome back to Season Two of BOOZE AND PHASERS! 2016 was […]

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  • STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Will Begin Shooting at the End of the Month

    STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Will Begin Shooting at the End of the Month

    Guys…It’s Happening! Star Trek: Discovery will begin shooting at the end of the month, January 24th! After delays in production, Bryan Fuller leaving as showrunner, issues in casting, it’s finally coming together. RELATED: EP 9 – Star Trek: Discovery, Memorable Female Characters with Guest Joseph Scrimshaw on Booze And Phasers TrekMovie.com announced that according to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Toronto based union, Green Harvest will commence shooting January 24th. Red Shirts Always Die previously reported in June that Green Harvest is the code […]

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  • People Say Goodbye to the First Lady on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

    People Say Goodbye to the First Lady on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

    Last night on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, Michelle Obama made her final appearance as First Lady, and regular Americans got the opportunity to thank her and say their goodbyes. The catch was, they thought they were just making a recorded message. In the middle of each goodbye, Mrs. Obama would surprise them, even running into an old Princeton classmate of hers. I dare you not to tear up. RELATED: The First Lady Jumps In The Car With James Corden For […]

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  • Fox Announces The X-FILES Return!

    Fox Announces The X-FILES Return!

    At The Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, this morning, it was announced that indeed, new episodes of Fox’s highest rated “new” show last year, The X-Files, is definitely in the works. RELATED: Watch Jimmy Kimmel, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny Spoof The X-Files! Fox President, David Madden, told reporters that the network is very close to ordering new episodes, but it’s a complex deal because of Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny’s schedules. The amount of the order, is yet […]

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  • George Lucas’ Museum Of Narrative Art To Open In Los Angeles

    George Lucas’ Museum Of Narrative Art To Open In Los Angeles

    The Los Angeles Times announced today that George Lucas, Father Star Wars, will make Los Angeles the city to house George Lucas’ Museum Of Narrative Art! There were other cities in contention, his home base of San Francisco and Chicago, the hometown of his wife, Mellody Hobson. Both proved to have too much opposition so, Los Angeles it is! Happily, I might add. Mayor Eric Garcetti had this to say: “It feels like this incredible gift has come home. I always thought […]

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  • TWIN PEAKS to Premiere May 21st!

    TWIN PEAKS to Premiere May 21st!

    Showtime’s network president and CEO, David Nevins, anounced that Twin Peaks will premiere May 21st! He also mentioned, at the TV Critics winter press tour, that they had seen the whole thing: David Lynch is one of the great film masters of my lifetime. I think this is the pure heroin version of David Lynch and I’m excited to put it out. Nevis also stated that Twin Peaks would have a limited run so don’t expect a second season. RELATED: It’s a Teaser […]

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  • The Golden Globe’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Trailer Features Emma Watson Singing!

    The Golden Globe’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Trailer Features Emma Watson Singing!

    In the middle of the Golden Globes, moments of clunkers and moments of magic alike, we got a new trailer for Disney’s Live Action Beauty and The Beast.  Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a live-action re-telling of the studio’s animated classic which refashions the classic characters from the tale as old as time for a contemporary audience, staying true to the original music while updating the score with several new songs. “Beauty and the Beast” is the fantastic journey of Belle, a […]

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  • Golden Globe 2017 Predictions, Hopes and Dreams!

    Golden Globe 2017 Predictions, Hopes and Dreams!

    The Golden Globes are this Sunday with the affable Jimmy Fallon hosting and the daughters of global action star, Sylvester Stallone, Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet, as this years ‘Miss Golden Globes’ making Golden Globe history as the first trio to hold this title. I think it’s adorable and so fun to have the sisters up there together. Ok, so I will say that my thoughts and predictions maybe, and will probably be, way off. I always go with my heart, […]

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  • Charmed Is Coming Back!

    Charmed Is Coming Back!

    Remember The WB? Remember Charmed? Yea, I do because it wasn’t that long ago….or was it! Deadline has just announced the The CW has ordered a script for Charmed and that this version will be set in 1976. The team behind Jane The Virgin will be at the helm for this reboot with creator/executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman, executive producer Ben Silverman, writers/co-executive producers Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin, the pilot’s director Brad Silberling and studio CBS TV Studios. It will be written by Jessica O’Toole & Amy […]

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  • Musicians Play the Princess Leia Theme in Honor of Carrie Fisher

    Musicians Play the Princess Leia Theme in Honor of Carrie Fisher

    Since Carrie Fisher’s passing, only a week ago, there have been several homages paid to her. An honorary Star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, a gathering of fans in front of Mann’s Chinese theater and a spectacular gathering at Downtown Disneyland where hundreds of her fans lit up their lightsabers, in a touching tribute. Related Stories: Carrie Fisher Get A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame [Unofficialy] Gratitude For Carrie Fisher From The Writers Of Geek Girl Authority […]

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  • Watch This Calming Live Stream From The International Space Station

    Watch This Calming Live Stream From The International Space Station

    This live stream from the International Space Station began in October and I wish I had discovered it before. It probably would have been helpful in that last, hectic, quarter of 2016. RELATED: Simon Pegg Talks To NASA Astronaut Kate Rubin! The ISS is home to American, Japanese, Canadian, and European astronauts, as well as Russian cosmonauts, and its a stunning view of Earth from space, 240 miles above the planet. The comment feed is kind of cool as well, since it’s on a […]

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  • *Updated* BRIGHT LIGHTS: STARRING CARRIE FISHER AND DEBBIE REYNOLDS to Premiere on HBO Jan 7th

    *Updated* BRIGHT LIGHTS: STARRING CARRIE FISHER AND DEBBIE REYNOLDS to Premiere on HBO Jan 7th

    Photo Courtesy Of HBO HBO’s documentary Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds was supposed to premiere in the spring of 2017. HBO has announced that they have bumped up the premiere date to January 7th, 2017 in honor of the two stars and in light of their recent passing. RELATED: HBO to Re-Air Carrie Fisher’s WISHFUL DRINKING Carrie Fisher passed away Tuesday, December 27th, after going into cardiac arrest, four days earlier, flying home from London. Her mother, Debbie Reynolds, passed away the next day, […]

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  • Here Are A Few Of My Favorite Carrie Fisher Interviews – Claudia Dolph

    Here Are A Few Of My Favorite Carrie Fisher Interviews – Claudia Dolph

    Carrie Fisher was never more entertaining then when, well, she was Carrie Fisher, on a couch, in some sort of talk show/interview format. For years, I would travel back in time, thanks to YouTube, and watch old interviews she did from The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson, to David Letterman, to Graham Norton, and she was alway cutting. Even in her younger years, when she was shy and insecure, her wit always had a bite. I mean, she could crack up […]

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