Last Week for the Academy’s Screenings of Universal’s “Legacy of Horror” with Classics: The Birds, Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, The Ghost & Mr. Chicken, The Incredible Shrinking Man, Tarantula, & The Phantom of the Opera

Academy Screenings Final Week

The Birds

Tuesday, October 23, at 7:30 PM  “The Birds “ (1963) at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, 8949 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills. Tippi Hedren and Veronica Cartwright, who starred in the film, will be the special guests for the screening.  Get Tickets Online

Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein

The Ghost and Mr. Chicken

Saturday, October 27, at 2:00 PM Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein “ (1948) and “The Ghost and Mr. Chicken “ (1966) at the Linwood Dunn Theater
1313 Vine Street, Hollywood. Joan Staley who was in “The Ghost and Mr. Chicken” will be a special guest at the screening. Get Tickets Online

The Incredible Shrinking Man


Saturday, October 27, at Sundown The Incredible Shrinking Man “ (1957) and “Tarantula “ (1955) at Oscars Outdoors, 1341 Vine Street, Hollywood. Get Tickets Online

Tuesday, October 30, at 7:30 PM The Phantom of the Opera“ (1925) at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, 8949 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills. Get Tickets Online

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Tickets can be purchased individually for each screening for $5 for the general public and $3 for Academy members and students with valid ID.

From Earlier this Month

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Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report hosts Gabe Lenners and Erin White were on hand for the Academy’s Universal’s “Legacy of Horror” film series since the first week of October and are excited to share with you the interviews we’ve had with some legends of film who were special guests at these screenings. There are still several screenings coming up with some classics like “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” “The Invisible Man,” “The Birds,” “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein,” “The Ghost and Mr. Chicken,” “The Incredible Shrinking Man,” “Tarantula,” and “The Phantom of the Opera” you can still Get Tickets Online for these screenings.

The 1st Screening: “The Bride of Frankenstein ” (1935) and “Dracula ” (1931) Hosted by writer-director Guillermo del Toro and Randy Haberkamp and Jeff Pirtle.

The 2nd Screening: “The Man Who Laughs ” (1928) rarely screened “silent” horror film with special guests producer Chris Weitz, and the grandson of producer, Paul Kohner.

The 3rd Screening: “The Wolf Man ” (1941) and “An American Werewolf in London ” (1981) with special guests director John Landis, Oscar-winning makeup artist Rick Baker, producer George Folsey, Jr. and actor David Naughton from “An American Werewolf in London. ”

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The Biggest Show with the Cast of Glee


Via Flickr:
Mingle, Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi were invited to come out and cover Young Storytellers Foundation’s "The Big Show 2012" with stars from Glee at Willows Community School in Culver City, CA. We spoke with Chad Buchanan, Derek Theler, Dot Marie Jones, Iqbal Theba and Max Adler on the Red Carpet about the importance of this LA public school program.

This year, four LAUSD students had their stories/scripts performed by the stars of GLEE —David Verba / Edison Language Academy – Santa Monica; Miyu Masato / Linwood Howe Elementary – Culver City; Adrian Hernandez / Walt Disney Elementary – Burbank; Siena Trenton / Willows Community School- Culver City.

About Young Storytellers Foundation
YSF is a non-profit program that runs during the school day. They work in Title 1 schools in Los Angeles – which are schools that have a very high percentage of free or reduced price breakfast and lunch which is a key poverty indicator. Each school chooses ten students per session that they feel could benefit from the program (shy children, English language learners, children struggling with ADHD, etc) and those students are paired with 10 professionals from the entertainment industry (actors, writers, agents, development executives). The students and mentors meet for an hour a week for 7 weeks – during which the students each write their own short screenplay. Every idea and word is theirs – the mentors are there to provide encouragement and structure. In the final week, actors from film and television come to the school to perform each script in a performance called The Big Show. The actors audition for the students, the students cast them, and each student sits on stage in a seat of honor to see their script performed. Last year they worked in over 30 local schools and more than 700 students completed an original screenplay

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