A new TV comedy for one "AMC" couple, a Q&A from a past hottie, and an indie film which one of our "AMC" actors directed... These are just a few of the places you can find your favorite former Pine Valleyites.
Josh Duhamel's Safe Haven Q&A:
Duhamel (ex-Leo) will participate in a live Q&A for the world premiere of "Safe Haven's" trailer. Along with co-star Julianne Hough ("Footloose") and writer Nicholas Sparks, he will answer questions about the upcoming movie when the trailer debuts. The Q&A will take place on the Safe Haven Facebook page on October 23 at 7:00 PM EST. Get your questions ready!
J.R. Martinez's memoir released next week.
Former Brot's "Full of Heart" will be available on October 30. The actor tweeted the reminder and a link to where you can pre-order the book about the ex-soldier's story of survival.
One week from today "Full of Heart" comes out! Excited thinking about it as I'm speaking in Syracuse. Pre order now at JRMARTINEZ.COM.
Danielle Parker in Valiant:
"AMC's" former Emma stars in the futuristic independent film about wanted air pirates, who discover a mysterious child in a nuclear devastated Europe, who may be their ticket to freedom. Take a look at the promo below and visit the Kickstarter page for more information on the film and their funding.
Christina Bennett Lind in Taking Your Bra Off in 49 Days:
"All My Children's" ex-Bianca stars in the indie film, which she also wrote and directed. Take a look at the trailer:
Mark Consuelos in ABC comedy:
Former Mateo is set to star in his and his wife Kelly Ripa's (ex-Hayley) Milojo Prods. produced half hour comedy. Per Deadline, ABC is finalizing a script deal for the series that will follow a handyman from Queens who enters the rich world of the Upper West Side, where he and his son become part of a non-traditional family.
Amanda Seyfried in Pete and Goat:
Seyfried (ex-Joni) is attached to the film currently in pre-production. "Pete and Goat" is about the second worst day of Pete's life and his friend who takes him and his lady on an adventurous road trip. It is also set to star Anton Yelchin ("Like Crazy").
Mario Van Peebles puts house on the market:
Van Peebles, who played politician Samuel Woods, has put his Hollywood Hills home on the market for $1.675 million. That price will get you a half-acre lot, a four bedroom/four bath main house, guesthouse and patio with outdoor brick barbecue. The actor has recently been busy directing the STARZ series "Boss."
All My Children fun fact: Did you know that in 1978 the show became the first USA soap to take its cameras outside the States? This was during Erica and Tom's honeymoon in Saint Croix.
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