The Night Shift actors JR Lemon (Nurse Kenny Fournette) and Robert Bailey Jr. (Dr. Paul Cummings) have had different paths in their acting career. For Lemon, a former running back for the Stanford Cardinal, football was his biggest dream and Bailey Jr.’s acting inclinations grew at an early age. During our interviews with Lemon and Bailey Jr., they discussed how they embarked on their respective acting careers.
Up until 1980, Devo had been a bit of an underground phenomenon. There wasn’t really any act out there similar to these upstarts who thrived on a quirky look, a devotion to de-evolution and a sharp guitar-led rock style with some humor to it. But as the new decade started, Devo were primed for a breakout with their all-important third album, ‘Freedom of Choice.’ Continue reading “Rockin’ Review: Devo, ‘Freedom of Choice’”
The most resonant aspect of American Ninja Warrior lies in the story behind each of the people who work their tails off year round to compete in a seemingly improbably obstacle course. During an interview with American Ninja Warrior’s Akbar Gbajabiamila, Kristine Leahy, and Matt Iseman, I asked them about being part of a program where these universal stories of adversity and triumph are at the forefront.
I often chide by best friend and tell her that even if she’s a Manhattan girl through and through, Brooklyn is her final destination. Having no real knowledge of the area, Streets of Laredo’s new video “99.9%” helped clue me in to the surroundings. More importantly, the song’s a good one.
The world premiere of Pete’s Dragontook place last night at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood, and though I love LA as much as Randy Newman, my thoughts temporarily drifted to New Zealand thanks to Bryce Dallas Howard.
Premiering August 23 on NBC (10 pm et/pt), Better Late Than Neverhas boxing legend turned businessman George Foreman, former NFL quarterback and current analyst Terry Bradshaw, actors Henry Winkler and William Shatner and comedian Jeff Dye traveling to Asia. The idea is to broaden their horizons and have a good time, but since this is a TV show we’re also assuming a bit of comedy is in the offing.
Award winning chef and television star Gordon Ramsay (Master Chef, Hell’s Kitchen) was on hand with his family to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Caesars Palace Las Vegas. The festivities, which took place Friday August 5, included a special birthday pool party with almost 3,000 hotel and special guests. Ramsay hosted the event at the Garden Of The Gods Pool Oasis.
As part of a new series on Find Your Seen, we spotlight some of the best albums of the past four decades, giving you some insight into some major releases, critical favorites and lesser known gems that are worth your attention.
First off, if you haven’t seen The Little Prince, which is now playing in select theaters and is available on Netflix, watch this animated classic as soon as you get the chance. Director Mark Osborne spent over six years crafting his CGI/stop motion animation adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s tale of the titular character’s friendship with the Aviator (voiced in the film by Jeff Bridges).