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It’s been said that Hollywood and the entertainment industry is an incestuous environment and by that I mean that people work together so much that there’s degrees of separation. Sometimes, producers, writers, actors and directors hear things on one set or at one party and pass it along to others. It’s not uncommon for twoContinue reading “Remember When 1981 Was The Year Of The Werewolf?”
Jim Varney had been in the public spotlight for many years before his breakthrough role in the 1987 comedy Ernest Goes to Camp, featuring his signature character Ernest P. Worrell in the first of many movies. It was the first of four movies he would make for Disney before the movies became independently produced andContinue reading “‘Ernest Scared Stupid’ Killed The Franchise”
I knew a guy while attending Georgia Southern University who had lived in Wilmington, N.C. during the filming of the 1994 movie The Crow, in which Brandon Lee was fatally shot. He said that North Carolina was one of the few states at the time that allowed non-union labor on film and TV sets andContinue reading “Fatal Shooting On Movie Set Spotlights Much Needed Workforce Safety Reforms”
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