|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on January 24, 2018 at 5:50 PM||comments (0)|
Christie Clark returns to DAYS on February 1 when Carrie’s parents, Roman and Anna, need her help. The actress checked in with Digest while on a trip around the world with her husband, Thomas Barnes, and three daughters, Hanna, Emma and Charlotte. “Thrilled that I got to wear Carrie’s boots again before we departed on our big trip,” she says. “Got a little dose of acting, which is always satisfying.” For the full interview with Clark, be sure to pick up the next issue of Digest, on sale Friday.
Source: Soap Opera Digest
|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on January 4, 2018 at 4:45 PM||comments (0)|
The official trailer for A Tale of Two Coreys has been released.
The Lifetime film will follow the lives of young Corey Feldman, who is the executive producer of the film, and Corey Haim as they attempt to navigate their rise to stardom.
Feldman is portrayed by Elijah Marcano and Scott Bosely and the late Haim is played by Justin Ellings and Casey Leach.
The new movie will show the beginning of the friendship between Feldman and Haim, as well as the darkness that came with their rise to fame.
The trailer features a re-enactment of Haim’s alleged sexual assault. In his 2013 memoir, entitled Coreyography, Feldman detailed both his and Haim’s alleged experiences of being sexually assaulted by high-profile celebrities and industry heads.
“There are people that did this to me and Corey that are still working, they’re still out there, and they’re some of the most rich and powerful people in this business. And they do not want what I’m saying right now. They want me dead,” he told The View while promoting the book.
Feldman wrote a series of tweets in October explaining that his reluctance to disclose the names of his or anyone else’s abusers comes from the need to protect his family.
“For the record, I will not be going on a talk show to disclose names of my abusers or anyone else’s abusers. So please stop asking me to do so,” Feldman wrote. “The practice of sensationalizing this topic with no plan of action or protection for my family would prove fruitless. I have been through enough!”
“This is not about fear of being sued!” he later tweeted. “Yes, that’s a real possibility. But the bigger reason is safety for my family.”
A Tale of Two Coreys is just the beginning for Feldman, according to his recent “Truth Campaign.”
The Goonies star launched an Indiegogo campaign in October to raise money to create a documentary to expose alleged pedophilia in Hollywood.
He wants to make the movie without the help of a studio so he can avoid censorship, and says that he will use the donated money to ensure the film gets distributed to theatres for wide release. So far, the campaign has raised just over $261,700.
Since his launch of the “Truth Campaign,” the Los Angeles Police Department has opened an investigation into Feldman’s allegations of a Hollywood pedophile ring.
“This is about… what kind of lives we lived growing up, what our lives were like, how they changed, how they were affected by being in the industry and the result and the aftermath,” he explained. “From my side, it is also showing that I was a normal kid. I lived a very normal life, other than the fact that everything around me was crazy.”
“It was about me trying to keep my sanity through the midst of all this madness going on around me,” he added.
A Tale of Two Coreys premieres on Jan. 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.
|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on December 31, 2016 at 9:20 AM||comments (0)|
Check out Patrick and Former Days Co-Star Kate Mansi [ex Abby] in Lifetime's "Boyfriend Killer" January 8,2017
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|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on December 27, 2016 at 7:15 PM||comments (0)|
It's been nearly five years since Carrie Brady was last in Salem, but come the new year—January 11, to be exact—fan favorite Christie Clark returns to Days of our Lives. Joining her is TV husband Austin Peck, who she last worked with nearly 10 years ago. ("That's so crazy!" Clark exclaims.) While Clark—who has been playing Carrie on and off since 1986—is only scheduled to be back for "six or seven episodes" this time around, she teases the possibility of more, especially now that Carrie and Austin have an expanding family (but more on that below).
So, what brings one of daytime's favorite super couples back to the fold? And what other major character from the past is returning with them? In this exclusive interview, Clark fills us in on what's to come, how her return happened, and why the role of Carrie is more empowering than ever.
Glamour: I'm thrilled you're back. How did your return come about?
Christie Clark: It was a simple email this time saying, “Do you want to come back?” and I always say yes. It’s always so much fun to fill out Carrie Brady’s shoes and get all glammed up, so it was that simple.
Glamour: Patrick Muldoon played Austin the last time we saw you guys on screen, but this time it’s Austin Peck who’s returning with you. When did they tell you that?
Christie: They told me straight away. They know that Patrick and I are great dear friends, as are Austin Peck and I. I was thrilled because I haven’t worked with Austin Peck for quite some time, and it had been a while because he had been on the east coast. It was absolutely lovely to see him and work with him.
Glamour: You, Austin Peck, and Patrick Muldoon were all at the 50th anniversary party last year too.
Christie: We were, we were! My two Austins. It was great, and they hit it off, which was nice. They hadn’t really met each other [before], so I think they enjoyed hanging out.
Glamour: Who else did you love catching up with at the 50th celebration?
Christie: Well, obviously, Ali Sweeney, Kristian Alfonso, Galen Gering. Kate Mansi—[Kate and I] got ready together for that party. We hang out quite a bit. And then the one I was most excited about because it had been so long was Amy Yasbeck. She was on Days [in the late '80s]. She was John Black’s love interest (Olivia Reed) when Deidre [Hall] wasn’t on the show. It was Genie Francis (Diana Colville) and Amy who were his love interests. We were great friends, though I was a little girl, but she was so kind to me when I was very young. We were just over the moon to see each other [at the 50th].
Glamour: You mentioned Galen Gering. Last time Carrie was in Salem, she and Rafe had quite the heated storyline.
Christie: I couldn’t control myself! I had to leave town! [Laughs]
Glamour: Do you and Galen share any scenes together this time around?
Christie: We did! Galen and I had a lot of fun, so it was really nice [to see him again]. He had six shows to film that day, so luckily we went straight to it. We didn’t really have time to rehearse, but because we have so much fun together the scenes worked well. It was nice to work with him again.
Glamour: But it's all about Carrie and Austin now, and they are parents!
Christie: Yes! Finally! Geez! Woohoo!
Glamour: So do we finally meet the baby?
Christie: No! I know, I know, I know! It’s a little boy, and you'll have to tune in to find out his name. It’s terribly exciting that Carrie finally has a child with Austin. It’s awesome!
Glamour: Getting back to Austin Peck, what was your first memory when you met him?
Christie: This is going to sound horrible, but I was a bit boy obsessed during that period of my life. He had to take off his shirt, and I don’t know if you remember Austin Peck’s body, but it’s one of the best in the business, that’s for sure. [Laughs] It’s absolutely stunning, what looks like an eight-pack, if that’s possible. [I was always] trying to act cool like "Wow, OK, this is who I get to be in scenes with, this is terrible exciting." I’m blushing right now just thinking about that!
Glamour: Did you ever tell him that?
Christie: Well, he knows that…sadly, his shirt was off for him all the time. Happily for me and all the other ladies on the set it was off all the time, but he loved it. He knows what he has underneath those clothes! We’ve had a vote [with some of the other actresses who used to work with him on Days], and he’s the best kisser that any of us have ever experienced in acting on Days of our Lives world. So he knows that…[Laughs].
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Glamour: Meanwhile, Leann Hunley (Anna) is back for this storyline with Carrie. What was that like?
Christie: So thrilling. When I came in 1986, she was just leaving the show. So, we had maybe four episodes total together. And that’s Carrie’s mom—her real mom—and that’s a huge thing to have your mom leave you. I just felt like that storyline was never touched on very much, so it was just awesome to have that storyline with her [now] and to work with her. She’s a really wonderful actress. Each time it’s a different scene that she plays. She’s so fun to kind of just ride the wave with. I enjoyed that immensely.
Glamour: Without giving too much away, Carrie has to rescue Anna because she’s trying to make Stefano pay for what she did to her and Tony. What do you love about this story in particular?
Christie: The fact that Carrie’s mom left her—I mean, she had Marlena and John, who raised her mostly, and then Roman hopped into the picture—I love that Carrie has turned into the woman that she is. She’s a high-flying lawyer that oddly enough can practice law in all different countries I just found out. [Laughs] That’s really spectacular! She’s got her shit together considering she should have some mommy issues, so I’m just proud of who she’s become.
Glamour: It’s nice to see a woman coming to the rescue instead of it being the guy, which is normally how it is.
Christie: Yes. Absolutely, to have Carrie be the strong, clever, independent woman that could wrap things up and take care of her family and get a result is huge.
Leann Hunley (Anna), Deidre Hall (Marlena), Christie Clark (Carrie), and Austin Peck (Austin) in an upcoming scene on *Days of our Lives*.
Leann Hunley (Anna), Deidre Hall (Marlena), Christie Clark (Carrie), and Austin Peck (Austin) in an upcoming scene on Days of our Lives.
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Glamour: Stefano figures into your storyline. At the time you taped your episodes, his portrayer, Joe Mascolo, was still alive. Given his recent passing, what are some of your favorite memories of working with him?
Christie: Joe was always just a wise soul who gave advice and was cracking jokes constantly. The first time I worked with him—I think it was ’86 or ’87—and Stefano had kidnapped Carrie and, I think, Kayla. Patch and everybody was looking for us back in the day, and [Joe] kind of scared me with that deep voice. I was only 11, but he was the all-powerful Stefano! I remember all that. He was just always helpful with acting and directing and always willing to drop hints to the younger actors. I do remember he always had scotch [in his dressing room] because Stefano was always drinking. [Laughs] He would say, “You can’t have any yet, but one day maybe you too can have some real scotch!”
Glamour: Oh my God. Did you ever have some with him once you turned 21?
Christie: Yes, definitely, at the anniversary parties and such. Cigars and scotch, out by the fire pit. I remember one time, me, Joe, and a couple of the directors, I think I was green the next day from trying to hang with the boys, but that’s OK. [Laughs]
Glamour: I remember Drake Hogestyn telling me a few years ago that the minute Joe drove up to the set, he was Stefano. He never broke character while he was there, even if he was on a break.
Christie: Never. I remember being at a party with him outside of the set, and it was so strange to hear his real voice. You just only heard the Stefano voice on the set.
Glamour: The way that your story ends this time around, is there a chance that Carrie and Austin will return with their baby?
Christie: I think there’s a huge chance. You know, they’ve never been in Salem without Sami, and it’s a different thing and it would be exciting to experience that. I have a feeling that if Austin and Carrie were in Salem, Sami would not be far behind. I don’t think she could help herself with getting back to Salem. There’s so much to tell as far as [Austin’s] mother issues [and] Carrie’s mother issues. It would be so much fun to explore so many different elements of these characters and maybe have a second child, and just dealing with being a lawyer, a mother. and life.
Austin Peck and Christie Clark return to *Days of our Lives* in January, 2017!
Austin Peck and Christie Clark return to Days of our Lives in January, 2017!
Glamour: What’s next for you in 2017?
Christie: I’ve just got a lot of creativity flowing at the moment. All three of my kids are finally in school from 8 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. I need to feel like I have my life back! [Laughs] It’s been spectacular to raise them, but goodness it’s fun to have them in school! I’ve got a lot of projects that I’m working with some friends…some movies that they’ve been writing, and I’m going to do some producing. I’m excited just to get my feet back into the creativity of making productions or movies. And I’m taking a jewelry design course, so creativity, man! I'm just so excited to have some time for myself.
Days of our Lives airs weekdays on NBC.
Source: Glamour Magazine
|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on September 14, 2016 at 9:50 PM||comments (0)|
The new SOD out Friday, confirms Austin Peck & Christie Clark are returning for a short limited stay in a story-line revolving around Carrie's mother Anna (played by Leann Hunley, who is also returning).
More here: austincarrie.proboards.com/thread/3298/september-issue-christie-austin-return?page=1&scrollTo=13330
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It has already been announced that Charles Shaughnessy (Shane), Patsy Pease (Kim), and Leann Hunley (Anna) are returning to Days of our Lives. However, they aren’t the only popular actors on their way back to town.
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Is this a brief visit, or will they call Salem home again? Stay Tuned!
|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on December 14, 2015 at 4:25 PM||comments (0)|
Patrick Stars in yet another Christmas Movie called "A Christmas Reunion" with his ex girlfriend/good friend Denise Richards
A Madison Avenue executive, Amy, discovers an unusual Christmas surprise when she inherits her Aunt's hometown bakery. The real surprise comes when she learns the other half of the bakery was left to her long-ago boyfriend, Jack. Unresolved personal issues resurface between them, as the exes return home to co-manage the store, along with its traditional holiday cookie bake-off.
|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on December 14, 2015 at 4:20 PM||comments (0)|
New Patrick Muldoon Patrick Article in SOD discussing his Holiday Movie "A Christmas Reunion" co-starring Denise Richards.
|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on January 11, 2015 at 12:45 AM||comments (0)|
Carrie & Austin Online has a new gallery:
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|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on November 24, 2014 at 7:45 AM||comments (0)|
DAYS OF OUR LIVES' Patrick Muldoon (ex-Austin) is kicking off the holiday season right this weekend in UP TV's new original, Christmas In Palm Springs. "It's about a New York family that's in trouble — my wife, played by Dina Meyer, and I have grown apart and are following our own dreams, but the children are in the middle and still see the love between us," he reveals. "So when my wife has business in Palm Springs and I have a meeting in Los Angeles, the kids conspire [for us to meet up]."
Add in a little Christmas magic from Gabriel (Bill Cobbs) the all-knowing hotel concierge and some wild chemistry between Muldoon and Meyer, and the result is a thoroughly entertaining picture. "Dina and I have known each other since doing Starship Troopers together back in 1997," Muldoon confides. "And as much as Dina is beautiful, she's also tough. We've always had this very funny, competitive banter between us and we couldn't help but bring that to our scenes [in this film]."
Muldoon's character is a theater director whose talk-to is also sure to make viewers grin. "Ian Ziering (BEVERLY HILLS 90210; Cameron, GUIDING LIGHT) plays my hustling agent/dear friend who knows what's going on with the family — he's so great in this movie," Muldoon reveals, adding that another pleasant surprise is in store. "The film also marks my first time singing on television. My character does a rock 'n' roll serenade to his wife at the end!" Don't miss the premiere of this uplifting tale on Sunday, November 23, at 7:00 p.m. ET on UP TV.
Source: Soaps In Depth
|Posted by Crystal (DaysFan15yrs) on August 5, 2014 at 6:10 PM||comments (0)|
Check out Patrick Muldoon's New Movie with Denise Richards here: