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  • World's first mustache film festival sprouts in Maine

    World's first mustache film festival sprouts in Maine
    Forget the Golden Globes and the Oscars. This year's hottest ticket may be the premiere International 'Stache Film Festival. That's 'stache as in "mustache." Don't expect to see any films by Tom Selleck, Groucho Marx or other stars famous for their...
  • The bag and the 'stache: Bag Boy interviews @coachqsmustache

    The bag and the 'stache: Bag Boy interviews @coachqsmustache
    Here it is, the long awaited RedEye exclusive interview with Coach Q's Mustache (@coachqsmustache).   Jonathan Toews is still sidelined, you worried? We've had newborn babies with more hair on their faces than Johnny had in the 2010 playoffs, but we...
  • Pauley Perrette becomes a real Babe for CBS photo shoot

    If a glammed-up Pauley Perrette is rare, so is the chance for her to bring a piece of high society back to life. Thanks to one of the world's top fashion photographers and a fast-working team of wardrobe, hair and makeup experts, the co-star of CBS'...
  • Q&A: Real-life 'Machine Gun Preacher' Sam Childers and writer Jason Keller

    Q&A: Real-life 'Machine Gun Preacher' Sam Childers and writer Jason Keller
    Compared to Sam Childers, the man he plays in the film “Machine Gun Preacher,” Gerard Butler calls himself, “a little puppy Laborador.” It’s not hard to see why. Childers—a former drug dealer who has saved thousands of...
  • 'Jesse Stone' keeps Tom Selleck fueled after 'Blue Bloods' season

    Tom Selleck has been very busy. Having successfully launched the CBS police-family drama series "Blue Bloods," the Emmy winner is continuing his recurring and typically high-rated "Jesse Stone" movies, based on the late Robert B. Parker's novels about...
  • Local Movember team looking for 'bro mos'

    Local Movember team looking for 'bro mos'
    COSTA MESA — What's your preference: handlebar or Fu Manchu? Pencil thin or thick like Tom Selleck's? Come November, one or more of these facial hair styles might slowly emerge onto the once clean-shaven mugs of your local policymakers. As part of...
  • Harmon moonlights from 'NCIS' in USA's 'Certain Prey'

    If you star in one of television's top shows, you'll likely get a green light for any other project you want to do. Mark Harmon hasn't done much work outside "NCIS" since the hit CBS series began, but he tackles a new role in the mystery movie "John...
  • Q&A: Harrison Ford of 'Extraordinary Measures'

    Q&A: Harrison Ford of 'Extraordinary Measures'
    Originally published Jan. 15, 2010. If there is anything hard about interviewing Harrison Ford, it’s that the actor has amassed such a varied filmography of legendary highs (“Star Wars,” “Indiana Jones”), genre classics (&...
  • Robert B. Parker left a mark on the detective novel

    Robert B. Parker left a mark on the detective novel
    Robert B. Parker, who died Monday in his Cambridge, Mass., home at age 77, spent his final moments doing exactly what he'd done for almost four decades: sitting at his desk, working on his next novel. He didn't concern himself with looking back. Instead,...
  • Mark Ritts dies at 63; played Lester the lab rat on 'Beakman's World'

    Mark Ritts dies at 63; played Lester the lab rat on 'Beakman's World'
    Mark Ritts, who played Lester the lab rat on the wacky children's science series "Beakman's World" and operated and voiced the puppet co-host Kino on the PBS children's show "Storytime," has died. He was 63. Ritts died of cancer Monday at his home in...
  • Milton Katselas dies at 75; acting teacher and director

    Milton Katselas dies at 75; acting teacher and director
    Milton Katselas, a prominent acting teacher and director whose students included George Clooney, Alec Baldwin, Michelle Pfeiffer and hundreds of other actors, has died. He was 75. Katselas, who founded the Beverly Hills Playhouse acting school in 1978,...
  • 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull': A primer

    'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull': A primer
    Now that the veil of secrecy surrounding "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" has been breached – with hard drives and thousands of on-set photos missing and Lucasfilm lawyers swiftly squelching leaks – it's time to map the 13-year odyssey...