The Big Bang Theory, an epic behind-the-scenes oral history by Jessica Radloff, is a must-read book that goes above and beyond. 483 pages. That’s the amount of pages before we get to the acknowledgements and index. Could there have been more pages? Oh, I’m sure of it. After all, we’re talking about a series that had 279 episodes air over the course of 12 seasons. I’m sure it would have been more had the 2007-08…"The Big Bang Theory: An Epic Oral History"
Jessica Radloff spoke with Solzy at the Movies about her new book, The Big Bang Theory: The Definitive, Inside Story of the Epic Hit Series. Radloff, a senior West Coast editor for Glamour, interviewed the key cast members (Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Mayim Bialik, Melissa Rauch, Kevin Sussman), guest stars, and a number of creators/producers/writers, etc. throughout the twelve-season run. It’s fair to say that this book would not…"Jessica Radloff talks The Big Bang Theory"
During a Star Trek: Mission Chicago panel appearance, Wil Wheaton spoke about his appearances on The Big Bang Theory. Wheaton’s appearance comes days before the publication of his updated memoir, Still Just a Geek: An Annotated Memoir. William Morrow Books will release the book in stores on April 12. However, fans attending the convention can stop by the Anderson’s Bookshop for a copy and have Wheaton personalize it at his booth. The actor worked with…"Wil Wheaton talks The Big Bang Theory, Star Trek"
Adam West, best known for starring as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the campy television series, has died of leukemia at the age of 88. The West family posted a statement on Facebook. It’s with great sadness that we are sharing this news…Adam West passed away peacefully last night after a short but brave battle with leukemia. He was a beloved father, husband, grandfather, and great-grandfather. There are no words to describe how much we’ll miss him.…"Adam West: TV’s Batman dead at 88"
After reading David Yost’s guest column in the Hollywood Reporter last month, I knew I had to ask a question that meant a lot to me: how are things now compared to then when it comes to being LGBTQ in Hollywood. It’s important to me because I’m a transgender woman and working to develop my own sitcom pilot (based in Chicago, of course) with a transgender lead. I asked Yost as to whether it was…"C2E2 Power Rangers Panel: David Yost on Being LGBTQ Then and Now"