Anthony Michael Hall was part of so many classic films, Vacation, Sixteen Candles, Breakfast Club and of course Weird Science! He was at the most recent Hollywood Show and Pinky couldn’t help but get him to finish her custom designed Weird Science poster! how awesome is that?
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Super Short Sunday – Fame Edition July 16, 2017 By: Scott This week, the cast of the original series Fame was in town for a special event celebrating the 35th anniversary of the show. The event was a fundraiser for The Actors Fund. I was so
War for the Planet of the Apes conquered the top spot opening with $56.5 million. Spider-Man: Homecoming swung into second place with $45.2 million. Despicable Me 3 was very respectable at number three with $18.9 million. Baby Driver got ticketed at number four with $8.7 million.
I admit, I’m a huge Garbage fan, the band is awesome and has been a staple on my iTunes since iTunes was invented, then MP3 and then CD before that. Garbage did a rare book signing at Amoeba records which I recapped here. Scotty thought that the
This pre-Comic Con edition of Book Beat has a nice variety with historic fantasy, a few romances and a scary story. I’m off to San Diego Comic Con next week so I will have more to share. Follow me on Twitter (@Cambear) for more immediate updates on
It’s so sad when someone passes away, but doubly sad when they leave us so soon. I was a huge True Blood fan and over the years I visited the filming locations, and met most of the cast. One time I ended up meeting Nelsan Ellis at
Who didn’t love Leave it to Beaver! Gosh, a show from another time! Two of the stars from the hit series were at the Hollywood Show this past week and Pinky couldn’t wait to rush down there to meet them! Tony Dow and Jerry Mathers did a
It’s all fun and games here at MTF but sometimes we need to look at the changing landscape of not only a hobby and an industry we love but also this city of Los Angeles. Scotty is losing his favorite newsstand run for 28 years by Marck
Spider-Man: Homecoming snared the top spot catching $117 million in its web. Despicable Me 3 was well liked at number two with $33.9 million. Baby Driver was in the hot seat at number three with $12.7 million. Wonder Woman roared at number four with $10.1 million.
So, while this edition of Super Star Saturdays was supposed to be yesterday, I figure what’s a day delay? right? Check out Scotty’s recap below! Super Star Saturdays! – Barry Harris Edition July 9, 2017 By: Scott For this week’s edition of Super Star Saturdays, I
Super Short Sundays – Dawn Wells Edition July 2, 2017 By: Scott This last week I was lucky enough to meet Dawn Wells. Dawn portrayed Many Ann on “Gilligan’s Island.” This was an exciting encounter as I grew up watching the show over the weekends
Despicable Me 3 had a pretty respectable opening at number one with $75.4 million. Baby Driver pulled into second place with $21 million. Transformers: The Last Knight shifted into the number three spot with $17 million. Wonder Woman had some girl power at number four