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April 24, 1988 | Thomas Bonk
When professional golfers talk about their game, they usually tell you it's all in their mind. Sometimes, that's the worst place for it to be, and now, in this age of golf doctors who fix sick swings, there is a new and expanding arena of specialists for golfers who want to play better. One such specialist is Chuck Hogan, who wants his clients to be the best they can be. "I try to tell them they can run their own brain," Hogan said.
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November 19, 2013
FX has placed an order for "The Strain," a drama series from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan that will be based on their trilogy of novels. Del Toro and Hogan, who co-wrote the pilot, will be executive producers of the project, along with writer/producer Carlton Cuse, who will be the series' showrunner. Del Toro also directed the pilot. The cast includes Corey Stoll, Mia Maestro, Sean Astin, Kevin Durand and Natalie Brown. PHOTOS: Violent TV shows "The Strain" tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (Stoll)
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 19, 2013
FX has placed an order for "The Strain," a drama series from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan that will be based on their trilogy of novels. Del Toro and Hogan, who co-wrote the pilot, will be executive producers of the project, along with writer/producer Carlton Cuse, who will be the series' showrunner. Del Toro also directed the pilot. The cast includes Corey Stoll, Mia Maestro, Sean Astin, Kevin Durand and Natalie Brown. PHOTOS: Violent TV shows "The Strain" tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (Stoll)
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December 1, 2011 | By Gina McIntyre, Los Angeles Times
When Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan set out to make vampires frightening again with their novel "The Strain," the writing partners had their work cut out for them. The scariest thing about the sexy, brooding bad boys that seemed to be everywhere in pop culture was just how much of their initial bite they'd lost. Under the right circumstances, you could even take one home to meet Mom. Del Toro and Hogan had a noble aim, and they certainly put their hearts into the endeavor. In "The Strain," the calculating monster known only as the Master embarks on the first phase of his plan to subjugate humanity, stowing away on a plane bound for JFK and infecting the passengers with a virus that turns them into mindless, hairless, crimson-eyed minions who feast on blood through fleshy stingers in their throats.
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December 1, 2011 | By Gina McIntyre, Los Angeles Times
When Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan set out to make vampires frightening again with their novel "The Strain," the writing partners had their work cut out for them. The scariest thing about the sexy, brooding bad boys that seemed to be everywhere in pop culture was just how much of their initial bite they'd lost. Under the right circumstances, you could even take one home to meet Mom. Del Toro and Hogan had a noble aim, and they certainly put their hearts into the endeavor. In "The Strain," the calculating monster known only as the Master embarks on the first phase of his plan to subjugate humanity, stowing away on a plane bound for JFK and infecting the passengers with a virus that turns them into mindless, hairless, crimson-eyed minions who feast on blood through fleshy stingers in their throats.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 20, 2010
"The Fall" A Novel Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan William Morrow: 310 pp., $26.99
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December 1, 2011
The Night Eternal A Novel Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan William Morrow: 371 pp., $26.99
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September 26, 2008 | From the Associated Press
"Pan's Labyrinth" director Guillermo del Toro is collaborating with crime author Chuck Hogan on a trilogy of vampire novels, starting next summer with "The Strain." "The idea is epic in scope," Del Toro said in a statement issued by publisher William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins. "The trilogy advances in unexpected ways, and each book contains unique and surprising revelations about the history, physiology and lore of the vampiric race, tracing its roots all the way back to its Old Testament origins."
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November 19, 2013 | By Yvonne Villarreal
Well, it looks like “Revenge” isn't so sweet after all. ABC announced its upcoming midseason premiere dates for new and returning shows - and from the looks of it, its taste for “Revenge” has soured a bit. Beginning March 9, the sudsy drama will vacate its 9 p.m. slot on Sundays and head over to 10 p.m. The move comes as the third-season drama, once a solid performer for the network, has experienced dips in its ratings. The shift opens the plum 9 p.m. Sunday slot for freshman drama “Resurrection,” which had been slated for the 10 p.m. period.
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September 12, 2010
Heist films can be distinguished by the original execution of any of the genre's essential staples: a riveting bank robbery, a pulse-quickening getaway, a gothic shootout. Ben Affleck's "The Town" has all that, but one sequence that sets it apart from many movies of its kind is something that unfolds far from the scene of a crime: an emotional jailhouse visit between Doug MacRay (Affleck, who directed himself in the starring role) and his incarcerated father, Mac ( Chris Cooper). The father is cowed, the son diminished — there's no swagger for this pair of career criminals, only the inescapable sorrow of a family that made the wrong turn at every possible intersection.
SPORTS
April 24, 1988 | Thomas Bonk
When professional golfers talk about their game, they usually tell you it's all in their mind. Sometimes, that's the worst place for it to be, and now, in this age of golf doctors who fix sick swings, there is a new and expanding arena of specialists for golfers who want to play better. One such specialist is Chuck Hogan, who wants his clients to be the best they can be. "I try to tell them they can run their own brain," Hogan said.
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November 19, 2013 | By Yvonne Villarreal
USA network has gotten rough with its drama "Necessary Roughness" -- canceling the series after three seasons. The network will not move forward with a fourth season of the drama, the network confirmed Tuesday. The series, which starred Callie Thorne as a psychologist to athletes, showed promise with its debut in summer 2011 -- Thorne even landed a Golden Globe nomination for her role -- but the show didn't prove strong enough in the ratings. PHOTOS: Prime-time couples It amped-up its third season with several new regulars, including John Stamos, but that did little to bolster the show.
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