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Gleeks Mob Chris Colfer's "Struck By Lightning" Apple Store Talk

  • By Austin Dale
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  • April 24, 2012 3:35 PM
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Sunday afternoon, on the heels of the successful premiere of his screenwriting debut "Struck By Lightning," Chris Colfer hit the 14th Street Apple Store for an Apple Talk. The Tribeca Film Festival was hit with an orgiastic explosion of Gleek fandom. Teenage girls came out with forceful freakage, shrieking with joy over a boy they really, really, really stand no chance with. The six other notables on the panel shared exactly none of Chris's spotlight, but let's be serious. Who really wants to deal with five hundred screeching girls everywhere they go? I only sat in the audience surrounded by it, and I can only imagine how exhausting this must be for poor Chris. Whenever any of the other panel members made even the slighest reference to him or Glee, the Gleek Chorus responded with deafening Awws and Oohs. The girls cried, brought him gifts and pestered security for hugs. And this is not to mention the blatant repeated violation of the flash photography rules. The panel filled out with actors Polly Bergen, Roberto Acuire, Carter Jenkins, Allie Grant, and director Brian Dannelly. Aside from the hubbub, the panel did provide plenty of insight into the making of Tribeca's biggest surprise hit.

Apocalypse Now: The Unbearable Lightness of Being in the "Watch What Happens Live" Studio

  • By Austin Dale
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  • April 24, 2012 11:35 AM
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"Watch What Happens Live" is on the cutting edge of the craptastic. It is in the major leagues of mush. It is the créme de la crazy of the soulless slate of reality programming on Bravo. If TLC has become America's least grand freak show, the housewife-loaded Bravo (rebranded by producer-at-large and "WWHL" host Andy Cohen) is our most compulsively, shamefully watchable. "Watch What Happens Live" isn't even really programming; it is straight-up filler in which Cohen (hereafter referred to as the Angel of Death) makes small talk with celebrities both minor and less-minor and shows clips from his other shows. For an hour. And that's it. And it's live. And sometimes it's not even live.

Rachel Weisz and Terence Davies Talk Tennessee Williams

  • By Austin Dale
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  • April 10, 2012 4:06 PM
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A few weeks back, I has the massive privilege of speaking with Rachel Weisz and the great director Terence Davies and who were in town to promote their incredible movie, "The Deep Blue Sea." If you haven't seen it, stop everything and catch it soon, because it's just incredible.

The Most Insane Video on YouTube

  • By Austin Dale
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  • April 5, 2012 1:31 PM
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I spend a lot of time on Youtube, and I have seen some really insane things, but I don't think anything could possibly touch this. I don't know who this boy is or what his story is. I just know that he is the most committed actresssexual I have ever seen. This video has only 300-something views. Change that.

Introducting "Lost Boy" Austin Dale

  • By Austin Dale
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  • April 4, 2012 8:24 AM
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Introducting "Lost Boy" Austin Dale

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