The Stars Came Out at the Paley Center for A Gala Tribute to Music on Television
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The Stars Came Out at the Paley Center for A Gala Tribute to Music on Television

The Stars Came Out at the Paley Center for A Gala Tribute to Music on Television On Thursday, October 25th, The Paley Center for Media hosted the Paley Honors in Hollywood: A Gala Tribute to Music on Television at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. The exciting evening highlighted groundbreaking musical moments in television, from music-based series … Continue reading

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? (2018) Featuring Joanne Rogers, François Clemmons, Yo-Yo Ma, David Newell, Joe Negri, Jim Rogers, John Rogers, Nick Tallo, Elizabeth Seamans, Margy Whitmer, McColm Cephas Jr., Kailyn Davis and archival footage of Fred Rogers. Directed by Morgan Neville. Distributed by Focus Features. 93 minutes. Rated PG-13. Particularly with the state of … Continue reading

Lost in Space (A PopEntertainment.com TV Review)
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Lost in Space (A PopEntertainment.com TV Review)

LOST IN SPACE SEASON ONE (2018) (Netflix) Still Lost in Space Netflix brings back the sci-fi classic in this winning reboot by Mark Mussari “Danger, Will Robinson.” You’ll feel a certain thrill when the Robot speaks those lines in the first episode of Netflix’s new reboot of Lost in Space. It might be your childhood … Continue reading

Paul Dooley – World’s Greatest Movie Dad
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Paul Dooley – World’s Greatest Movie Dad

Paul Dooley World’s Greatest Movie Dad by Jay S. Jacobs Like the old saying goes, if you look up the word “Dad” in the dictionary, chances are good that you will find Paul Dooley’s picture. A veteran character actor whose career has spanned six decades. In the ‘70s and ‘80s, Dooley’s hangdog gruffness and genial … Continue reading

We’re Off to See the Wizard World!
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We’re Off to See the Wizard World!

We’re Off to See the Wizard World! by Jay S. Jacobs Wizard World Comic-Con touched down in Philadelphia again as freaks, geeks, aliens, superheroes, gamers, mad slashers and B-actors all made their way to the Convention Center this past weekend. (June 1 to June 4.) It was where fantasy met commerce in an awe-inspiring, sense-pulsing … Continue reading

William Shatner & Terry Bradshaw – It’s Never Too Late
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William Shatner & Terry Bradshaw – It’s Never Too Late

William Shatner & Terry Bradshaw It’s Never Too Late by Jay S. Jacobs Better Late Than Never has one of the crazier television premises to come along in a while.  Take four pop culture living legends – two from television and two from athletics: William Shatner, a/k/a Captain Kirk of Star Trek, Henry Winkler better … Continue reading

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Director’s Cut) (A PopEntertainment.com Video Review)
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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Director’s Cut) (A PopEntertainment.com Video Review)

STAR TREK II – THE WRATH OF KHAN (DIRECTOR’S CUT) (1982) Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Ricardo Montalban, James Doohan, Walter Koenig, Nichelle Nichols, George Takei, Kirstie Alley, Paul Winfield, Bibi Besch, Merritt Butrick, John Vargas, Nicholas Guest, James Horner and Ike Eisenmann. Screenplay by Jack B. Sowards. Directed by Nicholas Meyer. Distributed … Continue reading