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What Happened to Stephen Logan on The Bold & The Beautiful

Stephen Logan on The Bold & The Beautiful may be gone, but he shouldn't be forgotten. The character first appeared in 1988 and was played by Robert Pine. After his last appearance on the soap in 2001, Stephen wasn't seen again until 2006 when Patrick Duffy took over the role, which he played on a recurring basis until 2011. Which means newer viewers might not even be aware of the character, so join us for a look back at his history: Stephen was formerly married to Beth Henderson and had four children with her: Storm Logan, Brooke Logan, Donna Logan, and Katie Logan. The couple split when he felt she would never get over her first love, Eric Forrester. Stephanie Forrester tracked Stephen down to bring him to Los Angeles in an attempt to keep Eric away from Beth. Storm and Brooke were not happy to see the father who had abandoned them all those years ago,
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Today in Soap Opera History (July 10)

1979: General Hospital's Laura and Scotty were married.

1984: Guiding Light's Bert gave Josh a pep talk.

1985: Santa Barbara's Julia smuggled Amy and Brick onto a train.

2006: All My Children's Annie arrived in Pine Valley."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1952: On The Guiding Light, Trudy (Helen Wagner) and Meta (Jone Allison) discussed Meta's plans to leave New York and return to California. At home, Papa Bauer (Theo Goetz) and Bill (Lyle Sudrow) played chess as Bert (Charita Bauer) prepared the baby's bottle. Papa told Bill
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It Came From The Tube: The Brotherhood Of The Bell (1970)

Paranoia is a hell of a drug; feeding on your insecurities until you crumble in a mess of shattered nerves and broken reality. Such is the case with The Brotherhood of the Bell (1970), a tautly wound conspiracy thriller that plays like a top-tier satanic cult TV movie.

Originally broadcast as part of The CBS Thursday Night Movies, Bell was beat by NBC’s Ironside/The Dean Martin Show line-up, but for fans of first rate suspense, the Eye saw all that night.

Let’s open up our ear-marked TV Guide to see what secrets lurk therein:

The Brotherhood Of The Bell

The secret society that a college professor belongs to will stop at nothing to silence him before he tells the world the truth about their insidious dealings. Glenn Ford, Dean Jagger star.

The telefilm opens with Professor Andy Patterson (Ford – Happy Birthday to Me) arriving at a secluded estate,
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Goonies and Police Academy Reunions Are Happening at NostalgiaCon 2019

Goonies and Police Academy Reunions Are Happening at NostalgiaCon 2019
If you miss the 1980's, then you're going to love NostalgiaCon 2019, an exciting showcasing of the stars, music, fashion, fun and excitement that made the '80's the decade to remember. Kicking off with an opening celebration on July 4, the full event will be open on July 5 and 6 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

NostalgiaCon 2019 is an All-'80s-all-the-time destination for hit TV show cast reunions, box office mega stars, unforgettable live concerts, exclusive panel sessions, cosplay competitions, memorabilia and collectibles and so much more.

Among the NostagiaCon 2019 highlights include Back to the Future star Christopher Lloyd makes a special stop in our timeline for meet and greets. Even more exciting are the cast reunions galore.

Corey Feldman, Ke Huy Quan and Sean Astin join for a very special The Goonies get-together. Loni Anderson and Howard Hesseman team-up for a look back at Wkrp in Cincinnati. Steve Guttenberg and Michael Winslow
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Rosemarie DeWitt in First Trailer for RomCom 'Song of Back and Neck'

"You say you're not happy, but you won't change anything." The Orchard has debuted the official trailer for an indie romantic comedy called Song of Back and Neck, the directorial debut of actor / producer Paul Lieberstein, which first premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Lieberstein stars in the film, and also writes, directs, and produces making this very much his own personal project. The amusing film is about an ill-fated, middle-aged divorce lawyer who suffers from chronic back and neck pain, who falls for one of his clients while also discovering an acupuncturist who helps him deal with the pain. In addition to Lieberstein, the film co-stars Rosemarie DeWitt as his love interest, with a full cast including Brian d'Arcy James, Clark Duke, Paul Feig, Robert Pine, Sam Anderson, Raymond Ma, and Ike Barinholtz. Have fun. Here's the first official trailer for Paul Lieberstein's Song of Back and Neck, direct
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Paul Lieberstein’s ‘Song Of Back And Neck’ Lands At The Orchard; Abramorama Acquires Sundance Docu About M.I.A.

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Paul Lieberstein’s ‘Song Of Back And Neck’ Lands At The Orchard; Abramorama Acquires Sundance Docu About M.I.A.
The Orchard has acquired North American rights to Song of Back and Neck, the feature film debut of The Office writer-producer-actor Paul Lieberstein that bowed this year at Tribeca. Rosemarie DeWitt, Brian D’Arcy James, Robert Pine, Clark Duke and Paul Feig co-star in the pic, which will get a 2018 release. Lieberman plays Fred, resigned to a lifetime of back pain who has tried every possible remedy — except for having an affair with a client (DeWitt) at the start of her complicated divorce, or trying her acupuncturist whose 200 needles in Fred’s back reveal a bizarre talent, or beginning to wonder if his problems are more psychological than physical. Lieberstein produces with Kim Leadford and StarStream Media’s Jennifer Prediger, and Fernando Loureiro, Roberto Vasconcellos, Candice Abela-Mikati, Allen Babakhanloo and Lauren Russell executive produce. The deal was made by The Orchard’s Danielle Digiacomo and CAA Media Finance on behalf of the filmmakers.
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Paul Lieberstein’s ‘Song of Back and Neck’ Bought by The Orchard

  • Variety
Paul Lieberstein’s ‘Song of Back and Neck’ Bought by The Orchard
The Orchard has bought North American rights to Paul Lieberstein’s romantic comedy “Song of Back and Neck” for a release later this year.

The film, written and directed Lieberstein in his directorial debut, premiered in April at the Tribeca Film Festival. He stars in the film alongside Rosemarie DeWitt, Brian D’Arcy James, Robert Pine, Clark Duke, and Paul Feig.

Lieberstein plays a man who often collapses on the floor in back pain, and continues his day as usual, on the floor. He’s resigned to a life of pain, having tried every remedy possible and been told by a top surgeon (played by Feig) that there’s nothing to be done. But he hasn’t yet tried having an affair with a client (portrayed by DeWitt) at the start of her complicated divorce and he hasn’t yet begun to wonder if his problems are more psychological than physical.
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The Orchard Picks Up Rosemarie DeWitt-Starrer 'Song of Back and Neck'

The Orchard Picks Up Rosemarie DeWitt-Starrer 'Song of Back and Neck'
The Orchard has picked up the North American rights to Song of Back and Neck.

Brian d’Arcy James, Robert Pine, Clark Duke and director Paul Feig also star in the movie, which centers on an average man with a not-so-average amount of back pain who, in attempting to remedy his ailment, discovers a bizarre hidden talent and even more emotional turmoil.

The Office writer-actor-producer Paul Lieberstein makes his directorial debut with the dark comedy, which he also wrote.

"Everybody I know is either close to somebody with chronic back pain or has it themselves, and that creates an ...
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Today in Soap Opera History (July 10)

1979: General Hospital's Laura and Scotty were married.

1984: Guiding Light's Bert gave Josh a pep talk.

1985: Santa Barbara's Julia smuggled Amy and Brick onto a train.

2006: All My Children's Annie arrived in Pine Valley."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1952: On The Guiding Light, Trudy (Helen Wagner) and Meta (Jone Allison) discussed Meta's plans to leave New York and return to California. At home, Papa
See full article at We Love Soaps »

‘Song Of Back And Neck’ Tribeca First Look: Paul Lieberstein Makes Adjustment To Directing Movies

  • Deadline
Exclusive: The Office alum Paul Lieberstein’s feature directorial debut Song of Back and Neck is making its world premiere today in the U.S. Narrative Competition section at the Tribeca Film Festival. The pic stars Lieberstein and Rosemarie DeWitt; Lieberstein, the Office regular who became the series’ showrunner later in its run, stretches his legs as a feature writer-director after helming TV episodes including The Mindy Project and The Newsroom.

In the dark comedy he plays Fred Trolleycar, who is on a journey to find a cure for his chronic back pain. Along the way he discovers an unusual talent, finds unexpected love (with DeWitt), and that his feelings may have been the cause of his pain all along. Brian D’Arcy James, Sam Anderson, Robert Pine, Clark Duke, Ike Barinholtz and Paul Feig co-star. The movie was inspired by Lieberstein’s own struggles with back pain; he was
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Spoiler-Happy Josh Gad Isn't Allowed to Read Full Frozen 2 Script

Spoiler-Happy Josh Gad Isn't Allowed to Read Full Frozen 2 Script
Disney's highly-anticipated sequel Frozen 2 started production at the end of September, with star Josh Gad sending out the first Frozen 2 photo from the recording booth, along with directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, along with producer Peter Del Vecho. There haven't been an updates since then, but with Josh Gad promoting his new film Murder on the Orient Express, the actor revealed an interesting tidbit of information in a new interview, revealing that Disney has kept the full sequel script from him. Here's what he had to say below.

"I don't want to spoil anything but Olaf only lasts for the first act. I'm kidding. Disney has kept all of it from me. They're gonna give me pieces of dialogue out of context because I have a big mouth."

While Frozen 2 is still more than two years out, fans will get to see their favorite Frozen characters
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New NCIS Season 15 Premiere Episode 1 Official Description Revealed By CBS

  • OnTheFlix
Recently, CBS served up the very first official description/spoiler teasers for their upcoming "NCIS" premiere episode 1 of the new season 15 via a press release! It sounds like things will be really intense to start off the season. The D.C. team will be working nonstop to locate Gibbs and McGee in the deep Paraguay jungle. Torres and Vance have to attend a congressional hearing and more. The premiere episode 1 is titled, "House Divided." We'll go ahead and start things off with the Gibbs and McGee storyline. They made sure to put this storyline in all caps. So, it sounds like the episode will certainly focus heavily on them. They tell us that their storyline is going to pick up two months after they were last spotted fighting an elusive group of rebels in a Paraguay jungle. The D.C. NCIS team will be working tirelessly to try to track
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Jeremy Irvine among new cast on 'The Last Full Measure'

  • ScreenDaily
Foresight Unlimited represents international sales on Vietnam War-related drama.

Jeremy Irvine, Ethan Russell, Ser’Darius Blain, Zach Roerig, and Cody Walker have joined Todd Robinson’s The Last Full Measure.

Mark Damon’s Foresight Unlimited handles international sales and serves as producer alongside Provocator and Sss Entertainment on the project.

Production has wrapped in Atlanta and relocates to Thailand where the young cast will go through boot camp in preparation for the action sequences.

The new additions join lead Sebastian Stan as a Pentagon investigator working on the case of a Medal Of Honor candidate to be played by Irvine (pictured) who served many years earlier as a pararescue officer in the Vietnam War.

Previously announced cast includes Ed Harris, Christopher Plummer, Samuel L. Jackson, Peter Fonda, Amy Madigan, Bradley Whitford, James Jagger, John Savage, Michael Imperioli, Linus Roache, LisaGay Hamilton, Robert Pine, and Alison Sudol.

“As The Last Full Measure moves into the Vietnam battle stage of
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8 Photos of Chris Pine and His Famous Dad That Prove the Apple Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree

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8 Photos of Chris Pine and His Famous Dad That Prove the Apple Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree
Chris Pine has been making us swoon since he first burst onto the scene in the 2006 romantic comedy Just My Luck, but his very first TV appearance actually happened when he was just 3 years old. In case you weren't aware, Chris's dad is none other than Robert Pine - the actor who famously played Sgt. Joseph Getraer on NBC's CHiPs in the late '70s and early '80s - and in 1983, Chris joined his dad on the show as a boy named Christopher. The two teamed up for an adorable duet of "Hurry, Hurry Climb the Ladder" and melted hearts everywhere. Of course, this isn't the only glimpse we've gotten of their close bond. Robert often steps out to support his son at his movie premieres, and back in May 2014, the veteran actor said he knew "from the very first moment" that Chris would make it big in Hollywood.
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Amy Madigan & Peter Fonda Join Cast Of ‘The Last Full Measure’

Amy Madigan & Peter Fonda Join Cast Of ‘The Last Full Measure’
Exclusive: Amy Madigan and Peter Fonda are joining what has turned out to be an impressive ensemble cast for writer-director Todd Robinson’s The Last Full Measure. LisaGay Hamilton (Take Shelter) and Robert Pine (Chips) also have boarded the film about the cover-up and ultimate sacrifice and heroism of a 21-year-old kid from Piqua, Oh. The project is based on a true story. It follows a young Pentagon investigator as he unravels the injustice and battles the political…
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Horror Highlights: Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter, Ahs Season 6 Promos, Satanic Panic, Diani & Devine Meet The Apocalypse

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother forty whacks. When she saw what she had done, she gave her father forty-one…” because they were zombies?! That’s author C.A. Verstraete’s proposition in the horror novel Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter. Also in today’s Highlights: new promos for American Horror Story Season 6, Satanic Panic release details, and info on the world debut of Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse.

Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter Book Release Details & Cover Art: On September 13th, C.A. Verstraete’s Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter will be released in paperback and on Kindle.

“Every family has its secrets…

One hot August morning in 1892, Lizzie Borden picked up an ax and murdered her father and stepmother. Newspapers claim she did it for the oldest of reasons: family conflicts, jealousy, and greed. But what if her parents were already dead? What if Lizzie slaughtered them because they’d become zombies?
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Garry Marshall's Touching Final Interview with People Reveals a Generous Man Who Cherished His Friends

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Garry Marshall's Touching Final Interview with People Reveals a Generous Man Who Cherished His Friends
Garry Marshall was one of the most beloved luminaries in Hollywood - as evidenced by the number of celebrities who are mourning his death Tuesday at 81. But the writer and director's last interview with People reveals just how important his personal relationships were to his success, and paint a picture of a loving grandfather and friend as well as an acclaimed Hollywood hitmaker. Speaking before the premiere of his last film, Mother's Day, earlier this year, Marshall explained how his longstanding relationships with stars including Julia Roberts made casting easy. "Why I get along with them is I don't call them,
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Garry Marshall's Touching Final Interview with People Reveals a Generous Man Who Cherished His Friends

  • PEOPLE.com
Garry Marshall's Touching Final Interview with People Reveals a Generous Man Who Cherished His Friends
Garry Marshall was one of the most beloved luminaries in Hollywood - as evidenced by the number of celebrities who are mourning his death Tuesday at 81. But the writer and director's last interview with People reveals just how important his personal relationships were to his success, and paint a picture of a loving grandfather and friend as well as an acclaimed Hollywood hitmaker. Speaking before the premiere of his last film, Mother's Day, earlier this year, Marshall explained how his longstanding relationships with stars including Julia Roberts made casting easy. "Why I get along with them is I don't call them,
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Film Review: Mother's Day

The Bottom Line (1 minute review)

My mom always said, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything.” Sorry mom.

“Mother’s Day” directed by the legendary Garry Marshall features a star-studded ensemble cast in a holiday-themed film that (hopefully) completes the trilogy of star-studded ensemble cast in a holiday-themed film that includes “Valentine’s Day” and “New Year’s Eve” directed by Marshall. With that said, fans of either movie will probably enjoy “Mother’s Day,” which follows a group of mothers, and one dad, in separate story lines that eventually merge (more or less) after crisscrossing, a few near misses and a lot of coincidences. It’s a format that can work exceedingly well and is popular because audiences can see many of their favorite stars in the same movie.

Both “Valentine’s Day” and “New Year’s Eve” have an advantage, however, because
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Mother’S Day – Review

Sappiness overflows in Mother’S Day, an assembly-line rom-com with little on its mind beyond clichés and predictable formula. 81-year old director Garry Marshall, still mining the calendar after the similar New Year’S Eve and Valentine’S Day, has gathered a bouquet of celebrity movie stars including Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, and Kate Hudson, and shuffled them into tiresome skits about motherhood gone right and wrong. Mother’S Day is a shallow and sickly-sweet offering best avoided.

Jennifer Aniston has the largest role in Mother’S Day as Sandy, a divorced mother of two sons whose ex-husband Henry (Timothy OIyphant) has married the much younger Tina (Shay Mitchell), who tries too hard to be a cool stepmom. The story jumps between Sandy’s dilemma and those of a dozen others, such as childless Miranda (Julia Roberts), an uptight QVC superstar who has motherhood forced on her by
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