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October 25, 2001 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Making her first true horror film was a "fun but scary experience" for actress Shannon Elizabeth, who came to fame two years ago as the super-sexy foreign exchange student Nadia in "American Pie." While shooting "Thirteen Ghosts," a remake of the kitschy 1960 William Castle horror film, Elizabeth stayed at an apartment hotel. "We were shooting in Canada," recalled Elizabeth, 28. "I was by myself. Every time I would come home I would get scared.
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February 20, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Priscilla Presley, Kristi Yamaguchi and Marlee Matlin are catching dance fever. They are among the dozen celebrities who will compete on the next season of "Dancing With the Stars," ABC said. The other contestants are Adam Carolla, Shannon Elizabeth, Steve Guttenberg, Monica Seles, Penn Jillette, Mario, Jason Taylor, Cristian De La Fuente and Marissa Jaret Winokur. "Dancing" returns to the ABC lineup March 17.
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February 20, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Priscilla Presley, Kristi Yamaguchi and Marlee Matlin are catching dance fever. They are among the dozen celebrities who will compete on the next season of "Dancing With the Stars," ABC said. The other contestants are Adam Carolla, Shannon Elizabeth, Steve Guttenberg, Monica Seles, Penn Jillette, Mario, Jason Taylor, Cristian De La Fuente and Marissa Jaret Winokur. "Dancing" returns to the ABC lineup March 17.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 25, 2001 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Making her first true horror film was a "fun but scary experience" for actress Shannon Elizabeth, who came to fame two years ago as the super-sexy foreign exchange student Nadia in "American Pie." While shooting "Thirteen Ghosts," a remake of the kitschy 1960 William Castle horror film, Elizabeth stayed at an apartment hotel. "We were shooting in Canada," recalled Elizabeth, 28. "I was by myself. Every time I would come home I would get scared.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 3, 2001
As Regis Philbin welcomes the next crop of celebrity contestants on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" this week, Philbin himself has been wondering aloud whether ABC's about to toss out him and his show like that moldy bread on your kitchen counter. Having finished fourth in the November ratings sweeps that ended last week, ABC, which currently airs "Millionaire" two nights a week after running it as many as four times a week in the past, is openly wondering whether to renew the game show.
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April 4, 2002 | .Kevin Thomas
New this week: Written by Neal Marshall Stevens and Richard D'Ovidio from a story by Robb White and directed by Steve Beck for maximum tension, "Thirteen Ghosts" is in essence a classic haunted house story, given some terrifically ingenious and grisly twists. The story centers on a decent family man, already afflicted with tragedy and loss, who finds within himself the courage and selflessness to save his family from evil.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 20, 2013 | By Ed Stockly
Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 17 - 23, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   SERIES Community: Troy and Abed's (Donald Glover, Danny Pudi) study group friends tag along with them to an "Inspector Spacetime" convention (8 p.m. NBC). Project Runway: The teams design new looks for country singer Miranda Lambert in this new episode (9 p.m. Lifetime). What Not to Wear: This new episode offers fashion advice to actress Shannon Elizabeth (10 p.m. TLC)
BUSINESS
August 3, 2005 | Scott Collins
Viacom Inc.-owned Paramount Pictures has sued rapper Marques Houston, star of the UPN sitcom "Cuts." The studio says Houston was obliged to start work today on the show's second season, but opted to do a concert tour instead, in violation of his agreement with the show's producers. A spinoff of UPN's sitcom "One on One," "Cuts" is set in a barbershop, where co-managers Kevin (Houston) and Tiffany (Shannon Elizabeth) are forever at odds.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 2011 | By Ricardo Lopez, Los Angeles Times
Dr. Kevin Brown, a South Los Angeles physician and son of a former premier of Bermuda, was found guilty Monday on 21 charges related to sexual assaults on nine female patients, including a 15-year-old and an undercover police officer. Brown was found guilty on counts that included sexual battery by fraud, sexual exploitation by a physician and lewd act upon a child. The jury deadlocked on eight other charges. As Los Angeles County Superior Judge Michael E. Pastor read the verdicts, Brown shook his head incredulously and looked back several times at family members seated in the second row, including his father, former Bermuda Premier Ewart Brown.
NEWS
November 11, 2004 | Heidi Siegmund Cuda
A birthday sure to be pure Bliss It's a twisted take on "Happy Gilmore." Promoter Chris Walley moved to L.A. to play pro hockey but ended up shooting for nightclubs. Walley -- the guy who pumped new life into Barfly -- celebrates his birthday tomorrow at Bliss, a restaurant and lounge in WeHo he promotes on Fridays. And we hear everyone from Hef to professional athletes is gonna be there....
NEWS
September 22, 2005 | From a Times staff writer
THIS year's AFI Fest will start out with a twang -- the Johnny Cash/June Carter biopic "Walk the Line." The opening-night film, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon and directed by James Mangold, arrives in L.A. after well-received screenings at the Toronto and Telluride festivals. It's also in time for the run-up to awards season that traditionally begins when the National Board of Review announces its honorees, which this year will be Dec.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 23, 2013 | By Gary Goldstein
Though it's not that gracefully told and sometimes seems to exist just to plug eco-friendly cleaning supplies, "A Green Story" holds interest as a gentle, old-fashioned look at achieving the American dream. Credit veteran character actor Ed O'Ross ("Full Metal Jacket," "Six Feet Under"), who plays Greek immigrant and Earth Friendly Products founder Van Vlahakis with such avuncular warmth and decency for holding together this bumpy biopic. Writer-director Nick Agiashvili flips back and forth in time, starting present-day as a 70ish Vlahakis faces a health crisis while juggling the demands of his slipping, family-run company.
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