See below for a new interview with HART OF DIXIE's Rachel Bilson.
*HART OF DIXIE Premieres Monday, September 26.
Rachel Bilson Interview
FIRST WAVE OF “TEEN CHOICE 2011” NOMINEES ANNOUNCED
“The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and GLEE Lead Film and TV Categories with Most
Nominations; Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez Lead Top Artist Categories
Special Airs Sunday, August 7, LIVE on FOX
TEEN CHOICE 2011 will celebrate the hottest teen icons in film, television,
music, sports and fashion in the choicest, star-studded two-hour event
airing live Sunday, Aug. 7 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX.
“The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” leads the TEEN CHOICE 2011 nominees with 12
nominations, and GLEE has nine nominations. In addition, “The Vampire
Diaries” has seven nominations, while “The Hangover Part II,” Taylor Swift
and Selena Gomez each earned six nominations.
Fans ages 13-19 can vote once each day per category for their favorite TEEN
CHOICE 2011 nominees at
http://www.teenchoiceawards.com . Performers, presenters and additional
nominees will be announced soon.
Cam Gigandet (Kevin) is nominated for Choice Movie Actor for his role in
2011 LAAPFF announces winners
Eric Mabius and others were singled out with a Best Ensemble Acting Award
for their performances in “WHERE THE ROAD MEETS THE SUN” directed by Mun
Benjamin McKenzie tells Carson Daly on "Last Call with Carson Daly" 3/17 how he got started in the business.
From ausiellofiles.ew.com 10/7
Question: So, inquiring minds want to know: Is Rachel Bilson the mother on
Ausiello: Look for exclusive details about Bilson’s character in the new
issue of Entertainment Weekly (on sale Friday). In the meantime, Craig
Thomas — who once again promises that episode 100 will feature “some pretty
exciting stuff on the mother front” — says he and fellow exec producer
Carter Bays are “big fans” of the former O.C. star. “She’s charming and
great and we’re [excited] for her to come into such a big episode.”
Question: First-time writer. Long-time reader. Looking for scoop on Psych.
Totally love that show. For real. -- Stef
Ausiello: This isn't scoop so much as it is a random tidbit from Super Bowl
weekend: At NBC Universal's tailgate party, James Roday, Dule Hill, and
Chris Meloni took on Burn Notice's Jeffrey Donovan, The O.C.'s Ben
Mackenzie, and an unidentified executive's son in an impromptu game of
pick-up touch football. Team Roday-Hill-Meloni prevailed by a score of 21-7.
And because I know you'll ask, both teams kept their shirts on the entire
game. "At one point shirts and skins were suggested," whispers my gridiron
mole, "but it was too chilly."
From Soap Opera Digest 1/17 issue: Peter Gallagher (Sandy)
reportedly turned down an upcoming part on UPN's VERONICA MARS
From Soap Opera Digest 12/6: Willa Holland begins in January in the recast
role of Marissa's little sister, Kaitlin Cooper.
Peter Gallagher (Sandy) is recording his first solo album!
Actress Jeri Ryan (Boston Public, Star Trek: Voyager) joined the cast this fall. So did actress
From Soap Opera Weekly 8/16 issue:
This fall, Eric Mabius joins the cast as the as-yet-unnamed dean of discipline, and Jeri Ryan plays the recurring role of recovering alcoholic Charlotte.
Scoops from 7/19 Soap Opera Digest:
In a short piece, Creator/Executive Producer Joel Schwartz says Donald Trump is
a fan of the show.
Scoops from 6/21 Soap Opera Digest:
In a short piece, Melinda Clarke (Julie; ex-Faith, DAYS OF OUR LIVES) says a fan
once thanked her for showing that a guy can sleep with his best friend's mother.
From Soap Opera Weekly 3/29 issue: THE O.C.'s Ryan and Marissa hit another bump in the road this week
when Ryan's brother, Trey, is released from prison.
24's Logan Marshall-Green begins on THE O.C. on 3/24 as Ryan's
brother, Trey. LIFE AS WE KNOW IT's Marguerite Moreau will play a
comic book company executive.
O.C Spin-off !: It has been confirmed
that there will be an O.C. spin-off starring Marissa Cooper's little sister
Kaitlyn. The new series will follow Kaitlyn as she is away at boarding
school, and is considered to be a mini "Mean Girls" . For more
information check out this link:
From Soap Opera Digest 11/23 issue: Kim Delaney (ex-Jenny, AMC) joins the cast of THE O.C. for at least five
episodes as Sandy's former lover.
From Soap Opera Weekly 11/23 issue: Four new castmembers have joined FOX's THE O.C. Michael Cassidy plays Zach, a
politician's son and new love interest for Summer. Nicholas Gonzalez plays D.J.,
a gardener who shakes up Marissa's world. Olivia Wilde plays Alex, the sexy
manager of The Bait Shop. Shannon Lucio plays Lindsay, who gets Ryan's
From Soap Opera Weekly 11/9 issue:
Chris Carmack returns as Luke on the 11/4 season premiere of The O.C.
From Soap Opera Digest 11/9 issue: In a short piece, Adam Brody (Seth, THE O.C.) tells about being approached by fans.
O.C. LAWSUIT!: Two writers are
suing O.C. creator Josh Schwartz for $10 million, claiming that
the idea for the Fox soap is theirs. According to USA Today, Scott
Donnelly and Erik Lindsay allege that they had an agreement with
Schwartz to develop a series called The Pointes. However, they claim
the scribe went behind their backs and pitched The O.C.
The OC Season 1 will be on DVD, be sure to check out this
officially will be back for a second season.
Rachel Bilson: The lovely actress better be careful or her fans from The
O.C. will start to think that she really is a rich snob. Bilson, who plays
Summer on the Fox hit, guest stars in the season finale episode of That 70s
Show (Wednesday, May 5) as a ... you guessed it, a country club snob. Now that
she has fallen for Seth (Adam Brody) on The O.C., it's time for her agent to
find the girl different roles before she ends up branded forever as the girl
most likely to be disliked by the common people.
From Soap Opera Digest 9/14/04: Adam Brody (Seth, THE O.C.) is
mentioned in a short piece about nice actors.
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