- Didya see John Schneider chasin' down that big mean croc in "Lake Placid 2" on Saturday night? The Sci Fi Channel sure dishes 'em out on "the most dangerous night on television." We were delighted! Well, thanks to Renee at the All-John blog once again for passing along some fun tidbits. Here are two recent interviews with Schneider regarding his new affection for the sci-fi genre ...
(Bidding heated up for Schneider's General Lee on eBay over the weekend, by the way! Check it out through the link in the Friday post.)
- "Channeling John Barrymore" ... We always knew he had it in him -- especially since, as this newspaper story asserts, art imitates life! Lane Davies, our beloved original Mason Capwell, of "Santa Barbara," opens his "I Hate Hamlet" at the Tennessee Repertory Theatre this week, and the Nashville Tennessean had something to say about it! Read more about it (and see a photo) here: http://www.rctimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070429/ENTERTAINMENT05/704290324/1005/MTCN0303.
- Bruce Timm, one of the masterminds behind "Batman: The Animated Series," has a new DC Comics project in the works. This one is going to be a direct-to-DVD feature movie based on the trade paperback "The Death of Superman." (Timm, of course, worked on the "Superman" animated series as well.) Read more, and see a trailer, at GearCritech.com.
- Many of us could think of worse fates than looking like the amazing Heather Locklear! Check out this (Penn.) Times-Tribune story on one particular female who has to suffer this utter cruelty of resembling our own Sammy Jo of "Dynasty"!!!! http://www.thetimes-tribune.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18256906&BRD=2185&amp;PAG=461&dept_id=415898&rfi=15