TV & Movies

Jennifer Coolidge Gives Advice To Boston


By Diana Jeong The crowd that packed the Bill Bordy theater got faked out when the lights dimmed and went back on for what they thought was Jennifer Coolidge’s entrance. As the audience sat in anticipation, a slideshow appeared showing clips from her most popular movies including “American Pie,” “Best in Show,” “Legally Blonde,” “A Mighty Wind,” and “For Your Consideration.”

‘Dear John’ Breaks Hearts

By Tori Bergland Sniffles and “awwws” filled the theater of the newly-released film, “Dear John.” The movie is based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks. The director was Lasse Hallstrom (“Chocolat”, “Cider House Rules”). It is a tear-jerking love story where two characters have a difficult time giving up the memories of their carefree two-week romance.

Managing Show Business

By Johnny Russo — 09/24/09 Richard Arlook has breakfast at 8:00am in the morning everyday. It is not just breakfast, but a breakfast meeting. Arlook meets with clients, industry professionals, and anyone who is...

The Emmy Award Winners Talk To The Press


By Jillian Leff — 09/21/09 Once the stars cleared out, the deadline, or pressroom was the place to be. This room is where reporters gather from all around the world to interview the winners from the night. Highlights from the deadline room included Emmy winner Jon Cryer telling us about how he picked his outfit by ripping a picture from a magazine.

On The Red Carpet At The Primetime Emmy Awards


By Jillian Leff — 09/21/09 Glamour was out in full force for the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theatre this past Sunday. Watching the stars strut their stuff on the red carpet was unforgettable.

Celli Designs A Different Kind of Oscars Set


By Christina Barkhorn— 2/20/2009

He was a BFA Musical Theatre major at Emerson College, but now Joe Celli is the Art Director for the 81st Annual Academy Awards. He has been so successful that lst year he won an Emmy for his Oscars show set design.

Rocky Inspired TGA’s Melanie Ramsayer

By Johnny Russo— 2/20/2009

The movie “Rocky” has won many awards including best picture. But to agent Melanie Ramsayer it was her inspiration.
When Ramsayer walked out of the theatre after Rocky Balboa’s epic fight with Apollo Creed, she felt like she could conquer the world and at that moment the movie bug bit. Now years later her office bookcase at TGA Agency is filled with movie scripts. They showcase her love for the silver screen.

The Twists and Turns of Writing for Hollywood


By Hermela Aregawi — 2/19/2009

Flauvia Lindsay is currently a staff writer on the hit television show “CSI.” But she has been maneuvering the twists and turns of the entertainment industry for ten years.

A Comedian Represents the Comical Side of Hollywood


By Shannon Joy Donahue— 2/19/2009

A comedian represents the comedians. Publicist Matt Labov could not have asked for a more suitable job in Hollywood. In 1990 Labov graduated from Emerson College as a broadcast journalism major. Little did he know, that publicists and agencies would become his life, and reporting the news would be a thing of the past.