Four Decades Into His Career, Gino Vanelli's Keeping It New Few who were introduced to Gino Vanelli in his first wave of fame, as a singing disco age sex symbol, would have imagined Vanelli of today — a musician with an enduring following, appreciated by connoisseurs, who has been called a "Zen master" …Read more. Inspirational High School Football Movie Part of Stephen Lang's Flurry of Pre-'Avatar' Action Stephen Lang admits that one of his first thoughts upon reading the script for "23 Blast" — about a high school football player who goes blind, then manages to return to his team — was "'This can't be true.' But it is! It is true." The …Read more. Ask Stacy -- Week of 10/18/14 DEAR STACY: Is it true that William Shatner is going to be in the next "Star Trek" movie? — Faith H., Cedar Rapids, Iowa DEAR FAITH: Well, it seems a lot more likely than when J. J. Abrams rebooted the franchise back in 2009 with Chris Pine as …Read more. Indie Favorite Tanna Frederick Takes On Reprehensible Role Auteur filmmaker Henry Jaglom has taken a page out of his father's life for his latest play and, quite possibly, next film, "Train to Zakopane," which opens at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica, California, on Oct. 24. "Henry has never …Read more.more articles
ASK STACY -- 10/25/14
DEAR STACY: What is Mike Myers doing these days? Any "Shrek" or "Austin Powers" in the pipeline? — Lorrie B., Albuquerque, New Mexico
DEAR LORRIE: Myers' directorial debut, the documentary "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon," was unveiled on A&E in September after making the film festival rounds. Beyond Jeffrey Katzenberg's recent comments that "Shrek" isn't finished yet, there's nothing new to report on the Ogre front at the moment. The much discussed "Austin Powers 4" is also awaiting some divine inspiration, it appears. In 2012, director Jay Roach, who collaborates with Myers on the "Powers" movies, told MTV News, "I talk to Mike all the time. We're friends. He gave me the break of a lifetime, doing 'Austin 1,'" Roach said. "For 10 years, we've tried to figure out what the right story would be." Nothing seems to have changed at this point.
DEAR STACY: Whatever became of the woman who played Carrie's sister in "the King of Queens"? — Nick R., Clearwater, Florida
DEAR NICK: Lisa Rieffel played the disappearing sister (character Sara Spooner vanished from the show with no explanation after three episodes of the first season in 1998).
DEAR STACY: Is Jerry Mathers still alive? — N.W., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
DEAR N.W.: Yes, indeed. The actor still remembered as the title child star of "Leave It to Beaver" is now 66. His eclectic life includes owning and operating his own catering business, a long list of acting assignments including playing Henry Turnblad in "Hairspray" on Broadway, and three marriages. Mathers also has three children.
DEAR STACY: There is a commercial for Target that asks, "What if more things were made to matter"? I'd really like to find out what music is used in that commercial. — Jay S., Bloomfield, New Jersey
DEAR JAY: I believe you are referring to a song called "All Night" by Austrian DJ Parov Stelar (Marcus Fureder), from his 2012 "The Princess Part One" album.
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