John Cusack is set to star in the follow- up to L.A. Confidential. Man, I can’t wait to see this one.
The Lineup Is Set For Chris Farley Tribute
“Saturday Night Live” veterans Tim Meadows and Jim Breuer are among those tapped to take part in the fourth annual “Comics Come Home” fundraiser in honor of former “SNL” star Chris Farley, who died in 1997.
The comedy show benefit began in Farley’s hometown, Madison, Wis., in 1998 to raise money for the Chris Farley Foundation, and has sold out each year. Among the other comedians set to take part in the event on Dec. 1 are Tom Arnold, Tim Kazurinsky (“SNL” ) and Wanda Sykes (“The Downer Channel”). Breuer has acted as host for “Comics Come Home” since it began.
Last year’s benefit raised over $50,000 for the foundation, which was founded by Farley’s family to promote drug and alcohol awareness in schools.
Here’s a story for you, and me. Well, more me than you, but it’s a story! Heather Locklear and Denise Richards will be kissing on Spin City. Set your VCR’s for November 6th!
After months of wondering if we would ever get another chance to see her on TV every week, the answer arrives tonight. Ally McBeal is back!
Ha ha ha!!!! You know there is no way in the world that I care that Ally McBeal is back. I was referring to the fact that Star Trek babe JERI RYAN returns to television tonight as she joins the cast of Boston Public.
So those are 2 options, and there’s more. Here are Monday’s best bets on television.
Oh, and did I mention that the Borg Babe is back on TV every week?!?!?
From the “Where Are They Now File”: The soap opera The Bold And The Beautiful hires Erik Estrada. Man, I can’t wait to get some CHiPs and watch his debut.
Courtney Love Offered Millions After Label Hears Demo
COURTNEY LOVE has reportedly been offered $18.5 million by UNIVERSAL RECORDS after they heard her new demo. Love has competed recording the demo for her new group, Bastard, and is set to give some of the material its first airing at a show this evening (October 26) at the Ventura Theater in California. According to the New York Post newspaper, Universal Records offered Love $18.5 million after hearing the demo tape, which cost $10,000, and features just five songs. Love is currently locked in a legal battle with Universal. She claims that long-term record contracts are much longer than the seven-year legal limit in other comparable industries, such as television, film and sports.
Give her a deal! End the lawsuit! We want the Nirvana box set released!
Billy Crystal discusses “Monsters, Inc. And that makes sense as we will all be talking about it soon.
The new Jeff Bridges and Kevin Spacey film “K- Pax” em in and finishes at number one for the weekend.
Michael Jackson has completed work on his charity single “What More Can I Give.” In order for the benefactors to reap anything the song better be more infectious that everything on his new album “Invincible.”