I love you. There, I’ve said it.

— Reid (to Luke)

Posts Tagged ‘Jake Silbermann’

Van Hansis featured in new Soap Opera Digest article!

And to think – I walked right by this on the newsstand yesterday! Soap Opera Digest ran a very lengthy interview with updates on Van’s whereabouts including mentions of his work in OCCUPANT, PSYCH, and NIKITA. There is definitely news in the report, which, assuming the article is 100% correct, is: Van’s booked an appearance […]

2011 AfterElton Hot 100 announced | Plus ‘Glee,’ ‘Will and Grace,’ IMDB’s STARmeter rankings, ‘How to Succeed in Business,’ Cookie Monster, Oprah, saving soaps, and more!

Van Hansis and Eric Sheffer Stevens are still hot! (but you knew that, didn’t you?) In addition to yesterday’s AfterElton Hot 100 list, today’s post includes items on: ‘Will and Grace watch Glee,’ Van and Eric’s current IMDb STARmeter ratings (as well as their recent projects and some interesting benchmarks), some thoughts on Daytime Emmys […]

News and Updates | 5 May 2011

Now things are about to get interesting! Deadline.com posted yesterday: It’s showtime for broadcast pilots as screenings at the networks are kicking off. Today was Day 1 of screenings at ABC, Fox and the CW and Day 4 for CBS, which started on Friday. NBC starts its viewing tomorrow. There were a couple of standouts […]

Van Hansis joins Japan Calls fundraising effort

How nice to be able to report some news on Van! Over on LiveJournal, several members of the LuRe/Nuke fandom have been involved in an effort to raise money for charities aiding Japan. Known as “japan_calls,” organizers wrote: The idea of this community is to give inspiration to others to give to a country in […]

Why Nathan won’t buy Firefly, Otalia live in Venice, and Luke and Reid will likely live on only in our memories

I started to reply to a PM I received and a similar post on this subject on LRO, but by the time I got going, I had written nearly 4000 words, so I moved it to here where it ended up closer to 7000 words after edits! (yeesh.) The core of the question was: what […]