Stephanie SloaneTuesday, March 22, 2011 - 14:090 comments
I had the most delightful conversation recently with DAYS newcomer Francisco St. Martin (Dario), who was so friendly and interesting during our interview. Unfortunately, I am not loving how his alter ego is being integrated into the canvas.
Marc WilkofskyFriday, March 18, 2011 - 07:000 comments
John's old friend, Pete Braust, recently returned to ONE LIFE TO LIVE and remarked to John: "You're looking for ways not to be happy." But this is a soap...that's what the characters do! Yes, we love the drama, but we need ways to make us happy, and distract us from our own drama. That's why comedy's so important.
Naomi RabinowitzFriday, March 18, 2011 - 07:000 comments
For the most part, I like B&B's younger set, Hope, Steffy, Thomas, Liam, Oliver and Amber. But while their various love triangles and paternity problems (thanks, Amber) are fun to watch, I'd love to see some storylines where they're just well, kids.
Stephanie SloaneTuesday, March 15, 2011 - 14:000 comments
How much am I loving Rafe 2 on DAYS? Let me count the ways. I love Galen Gering's impish, naughty grin when he's being his boorish alter ego. I think the subtle way he punctuates his dialogue with a casual "man" or "dude" is pretty fabulous.
Michael KarolMonday, March 14, 2011 - 23:000 comments
I've spoken with Susan Lucci (Erica, ALL MY CHILDREN) on more than one occasion, and have had the pleasure to meet her more than once (the first time was waaaaay back in 1988, as a freelance writer). I interviewed her last week on the occasion of the release of her new book, All My Life (official release date: March 29). Unlike other books associated with AMC and Erica Kane — 1983's Raising Kane, Erica Kane: Beyond the Pain and 1997's Having It All, the latter an actual book published by ABC Daytime about which it's impossible to know how much, or how little input Ms. Lucci had, other than posing for the cover shot — this book is about La Lucci and her life (she enjoys being called La Lucci, by the way).
Joe DilibertoFriday, March 11, 2011 - 07:000 comments
I would like to take a moment to say how much I am enjoying Bree Williamson's depiction of loopy, devil-may-care Tess. I have been critical of ONE LIFE TO LIVE in the past, so it's only fair that I also point out the good stuff. And Williamson is nothing short of great.
Joe DilibertoFriday, March 4, 2011 - 07:000 comments
I don't know about you, but in the wake of the second car-bombing in eight months and the recent crash of that ski-trip bus, I'm expecting a boom (too soon?) in bicycle sales in GENERAL HOSPITAL's Port Charles.