Review by Suzanne Ordas Curry
I will confesss, I can't get enough of #AdamSandler, so this review may be a bit boased. But, isn't that who goes to concerts but their diehard fans?
That being said I am not a fan of ALL Adam Sandler movies, I skew to the comedic and romantic comedy ones, not so much the ones made with lots of male humor.
I can't get enough of The Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates, or even Blended. those are the ones off the top of my head I can think of but every weekend I flip through the cable stations- especially trusty TBS to see what Adam Sandler flick they may be playing on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
So when tickets went on sale I got them the first day. Good thing, as this concert in Atlantic City at the Hard Rock Casino on the first night of summer was totally sold out.
Thursday, June 27, 2019
CASTING CALL: New York Agency Twins Talent Seeks Designers, House Flippers for Reality Show and other Cool People
(Staff) - Have you ever wondered what it is like to be on a reality show? Twins Talent Casting in NYC, run by two talented females, has a bevy of opportunities. Right now they are looking for real estate agents, designers, house flippers and more. You can also sign up for their mailing list to be alerted of future opportunities. Break a leg!
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Interview: American Actor Taylor A. Purdee Talks About His Role in The Finnish Show Dragonslayer666: A Fantastical, Comedic yet Realistic Show For and About Gaming Nerds
What is Dragonslayer666? American Actor Taylor A. Purdee had a role in this Finnish series about the world of professional gaming, which is something that is not just taking over the US or Finland but the planet. The series is based on a book by the show's creator, Aleksi Delikouras. In this interview Taylor explains what this show is all about, why it's so cutting-edge, and why he forsees it as a hit around the world.
On Getting the Role in DragonSlayer666
Taylor A. Purdee: So I didn’t know ANYTHING about it before I got the job. And what little I found out between the audition and filming was actually a little confusing. You see, in America there are generally a few very specific tiers of TV. Primetime dramas, very independent web shows, online multi-media additions to your favorite superhero adventures, Netflix, but rarely (if ever) do these things overlap.
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Saturday, June 15, 2019
(Staff) The new Adam Sandler/Jennifer Anniston movie is out. It's a Murder Mystery that looks quite funny. Available now on Netflix. I would not expect any deep plot or character development, just pure laughter and entertainment set in some interesting and iconic locations. Here's the trailer:
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Child Actress Grace Julianna Talks Her Path: How I Got Into Acting and You Can Too - First Steps for Anyone Interested in Breaking Into the Biz
|Actress Grace Julianna|
Editor's note: Every actor has a different path. Some start at an early age, some much later. In this article, actress Grace Juliana, who has been acting since she was young talks about her continuing journey. Grace Julianna has done a PBS Pilot, some TV work and several commercials, including one for ProActiv which most teenagers will probably recognize her from. Here she talks about how she got started. So if you want to get started in acting, or have a child that does, her path may inspire you.
The Disney and Nickelodeon Effect
Ever since I was a young girl, at the tender age of seven, I knew an ordinary life wasn’t for me. I wanted a different kind of ordinary, I wanted to be on TV. I wanted to make filming an episode once a week the normal for me. I was a consistent viewer of the Disney channel and Nickelodeon. I remember being attracted to, “That’s so Raven” and “Lizzie Mcguire.” The stars, Raven and Hilary Duff, had so much presence and it instantly got me hooked. I would sit on my couch and stare at the TV. I could’ve been there for hours, and I wasn’t just watching the show, I was admiring the actresses.
Saturday, June 8, 2019
NJ Event: The Voice Singer Wé McDonald to Headline Benefit Concert for TEEEM.org, Local Bands, Games, Food Trucks Make it A Great Day for the Family
| Wé McDonald, talented singer/songwriter|
from THE VOICE to appear at #Bergenfest
By Suzanne Ordas Curry
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Interview: Actor John Donchak on Playing Sam in the new Flick Killian and the Comeback Kids, Being on the Set of The Tick and Following "Da Bears"
|John Donchak Photo by Gabe Boucher|
Meet John Donchak, an up and coming actor out of New York City imported from Chicago. Coming soon you'll see him in the new film Killian and the Comeback Kids, in which he stars along with Taylor Purdee as a millenial seeking to find purpose, and a job in this stage of his life. But in addition to being in front of the camera, John also works behind the scenes as a stunt coordinator, fight choreographer and stunt performer, most recently on the show The Tick. Get to know him with this interview: