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September 3, 2008

Teen Vogue's October 2008 Cover Star Zac Efron

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September 3, 2008



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Each year, Teen Vogue scours the globe in search of tomorrow’s greatest talent for our October issue. Celebrated in this year’s features, Across the Universe and L.A. Story, these 21 fresh faces may just be embarking on stardom, but their talent proves they’re next year’s household names. TEEN VOGUE’S ANNUAL YOUNG HOLLYWOOD ISSUE HITS NEWSSTANDS NATIONWIDE SEPTEMBER 9, 2008.




Teen Vogue's October 2008 Issue Featuring the Boys of 90210



It’s been over a decade since 90210 first aired, and much like the original series that reigned throughout the 90s, the CW’s version of the popular teen drama is poised for a colossal TV takeover. Not only will all of the catfights and slander capture viewers’ attention, but West Beverly Hills High’s newest heartthrobs will surely keep fans tuning in.

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September 2, 2008




Kelly Ripa, TV host extraordinaire, wife and mom of three, opens up about parenthood, happiness and how she manages it all in the September 2008 issue of First magazine, on newsstands now.



September 1, 2008

Alec Baldwin's disappointment, undimmed by success. - The New Yorker



Ian Parker profiles Alec Baldwin in The New Yorker

Alec Baldwin’s Disappointment, Undimmed by Success

In “Why Me?” (p. 48), Ian Parker profiles Alec Baldwin and discovers that the success Baldwin has had with the NBC sitcom “30 Rock” “has revived his career and done nothing to lift his spirits.” “He is very conscious of what is lacking in his life—a spouse, for example, and a film career something like Jack Nicholson’s, and the governorship of New York,” Parker writes; or, as his brother Billy says, “There’s always something for him to fucking whine about.” Parker explores Baldwin’s relationship with his brothers (when asked about Alec’s views on his younger brothers entering show business, Billy Baldwin tells Parker, “I think he thinks we felt, ‘If that idiot can do it, I’ll give it a shot.’ And on some level that’s sort of true”), his ex-wife (“Think I’m walking stiffly?” Baldwin asks. “Yeah, there’s a hundred-and-twenty-pound actress on my back”), and NBC during the launch of “30 Rock” (“If the show does succeed, it’ll be something of a fucking miracle, because NBC hasn’t done a fucking thing to help this show at all. This show is the red-headed stepchild in the lineup”). Parker writes, “Baldwin is perhaps too easily seduced by a narrative of grand failure rather than a quieter story of qualified success.” “To be Leo!” he tells Parker, referring to Leonardo DiCaprio’s portrayal of Howard Hughes in “The Aviator.” “To have a huge role like that! To play the role that is the fizz in the drink, you know what I mean? You are the movie! I wish I could play the lead role in one movie, one great movie.” Yet, he tells Parker, “Do you want to know the truth? I don’t think I really have a talent for movie acting. I’m not bad at it, but I don’t think I really have a talent for it.” He says, “My life, in some ways, has been a half-measure. I didn’t commit myself all the way to my marriage and family, because I would have given up more. And I didn’t go all the way with just being completely selfish. I always wonder where my career would be if I was more selfish.” Baldwin cites the battle he fought with ex-wife Kim Basinger over their daughter as the cause of the stress in his professional life and the reason for his well-publicized blowup on the phone with his daughter last year. “When the tape came out, I wanted to die,” Baldwin tells Parker. “I wanted to die, literally. I didn’t want to live anymore. Every night I’d say my prayers and I’d say, ‘Please don’t let me wake up in the morning. I don’t want to do this anymore.’ ” By this spring, the public outrage over the argument had subsided, and this year Baldwin was once again nominated for a Golden Globe, a SAG Award, and an Emmy for his role on “30 Rock.” Yet despite his success, Parker writes, “Baldwin’s response has largely been: Where did it all go wrong?” He tells Parker, “To me it’s getting to that point where there’s just something else I want to do. I don’t know what it is. I’m tired of being somebody else. I spend the waking hours of my life saying things that other people think and say and do. And behaving as someone else. I’m tired of it. I want to be me! I want to be myself!”


August 28, 2008

Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty Go Back To School in Entertainment Weekly



Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty Go Back To School in Entertainment Weekly

Below is an excerpt of Entertainment Weekly’s Q&A:

EW: Did you ever think the two of you would be sitting here talking about playing Brenda Walsh and Kelly Tay­lor again?

Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty: [In uni­son] No.

Garth: I thought [Beverly Hills, 90210] had a beginning, middle, and an end. It was very neatly in its coffin and it was done. When they told me they were do­ing it, I thought: No! Like something sort of sacred was being disrupted. Some part of who I was and a piece of my history was being messed with. It took me a while to settle into that idea.

Doherty: Early on, my publicist got a call asking her “Would she do it?” I was kind of like, Why would I play Brenda Walsh again? There was an “I Hate Brenda” newsletter. Why would I pos­sibly get myself back into that? I think it was too scary for me. I didn’t want to go back to people hating me. It just wasn’t something that I considered for a good chunk of time. At some point it hit me that this is what the fans want­ed. They put a roof over my head. They allow me to eat and to feed my dogs. The only reason I survive is because of them. If there’s one way to possibly say thank you, it is to go back and play a character that you never even liked yourself.

EW: You didn’t like Brenda?

Doherty There were parts of Brenda I loved. They just took her in a really odd direction that I didn’t necessarily agree with at the time. I still kind of look back and think, Eh, it’s not what I would have done, but I understand. Every show has to have that character full of teenage angst and drama. I think she was driven by insecurity that was at the root of everything.

EW: The other day you had your first scene together in 14 years. When did you last see each other before the scene and what was it like shooting together again?

Doherty: [Laughs] Oh, God. When was it? Ten years ago? I don’t know. A long time. I can only speak for myself, but being with someone I knew made it easier for me my first day on set. At least for me there was an appreciation that we’d been through the first 90210 together and now we’re going through it again, but in such a different way be­cause we’re both adults now. The only weird thing was while we were trying to catch up everyone was watching us. Every single eyeball was on us. I don’t know what they were expecting. I was more interested in talking to her about Dancing With the Stars. I thought she did an amazing job.

Garth: There had been so much buildup. Everyone was asking me before what it was going to be like. I was like, “I don’t know. I haven’t talked to her in 10 or 15 years.” I had that tension and I started to let it get to me. Is she going to be nice? Is it going to be a bad envi­ronment? But when I saw her every­thing was fine. [To Shannen] I was go­ing to call you and tell you this—I got your number from Gabe but I never called. I felt a certain comfort too in having you there and I did not think I would feel that way. It was at some point around 2 a.m., and I felt like it’s so nice to have someone here who is a partner, someone who knew where we’d been and what it was like with the real show.

Doherty: I think when you’re 18, your per­sonalities conflict, and then you meet up 10 or 15 years later and the playing ground is totally different and you’re fine. Like Jennie said, of course there were nerves going in. But half of it was the buildup everyone else put on it. When I was driving to the set I was get­ting phone calls, and I finally turned my phone off because I thought, I have to go in there with a completely fresh attitude and start over and give everybody a chance and everybody has to give me a chance. Once I was able to turn all of that off, the first moment I saw her it was like, Okay, this is going to be good. It was like, “Hey.” Then a hug. It’s like going to a war together. You’ve already been in the trenches together. You learned so much from that first war. That second war, you know what you need to do to make the set the most peaceful environ­ment you can possibly have.

EW: Okay, but back to the fistfight: fact or fiction?

Garth: I don’t think we ever hit each other.

Doherty: We had our moments.

Garth: I just remember being outside and the boys having to try to settle us down.

Doherty: No, we never punched each other.

Garth: Scratching? I’m not going to deny that.


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