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Variety tells us that Marissa Cooper is going to star in the upcoming Russian coming-of-age drama “Finding t.A.T.u,” which starts shooting in Moscow later this month. The movie is adapted from the novel “t.A.T.u come back” by Russian writer A. Mitrofanov. Set against a background of music, Internet chatrooms and hedonistic Russian nightlife, it’s the … Continue reading Mischa Barton in Finding t.A.T.u
Our old friend Alexandra Patsavas, the music supervisor for the OC, Carnivale, and Grey’s Anatomy, is forming her own record label, Chop Shop Records, as an imprint of Atlantic Records. “A label seems like a natural extension of what a music supervisor does . . . You can come across things very early, and there … Continue reading Alexandra Patsavas Starts Chop Shop Records
Admit it: you’ve already forgotten about them.
Welcome to late-night Lifetime syndication, bitch! Fox has finally shit-canned The O.C., and the final episode will air February 22.
It’s been a while since we’ve updated you on what’s shaking in Orange County, but Season Three sucked. In what may be the last “OC” piece you’ll ever read on GLONO, the tag-team of Johnny Loftus and Jake Brown pound the final nails in the coffin.
The “OC” is back. Chino just wants to punch in, but he’s destined to punch people out instead, while the Doe Eyed Fawn uncovers an alternate universe at her big bad new public school. Seth and Summer spend their time breaking up illicit teacher/student affairs via their sparkly T-Mobile Sidekick.
Fake dream sequences, shooting motherfuckers for love, two-faced harpies and mothers who won’t return to their children – “The OC” season three is some gothic-ass shit. Book it.
Things got pretty soapy this season on “The OC,” but it ended with a bang in a series of bitchy slap fights, funerals, interventions, and the Doe Eyed Fawn putting a bullet into the Inland Street Thug.
So what’s a band gotta do to get a song on The OC? Apparently, just have your publicist send them a copy of your record. Oh yeah, it helps if your music is slinky and dark and dancey and sexy.