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  • No Sex Please, I'm Neal McDonough...

    04/01/2010 5:39:09 AM PDT · by Mr. Jazzy · 40 replies · 1,710+ views
    DeadLine Hollywood ^ | 1 April 2010 | Nikki Finke
    Neal McDonough is a marvelous actor who elevates every role he plays, whether it's in Band of Brothers or Desperate Housewives. So when he was suddenly replaced with David James Elliott 3 days into the filming on ABC's new series Scoundrels earlier this week, there had to be a story behind the story. The move was officially explained as a casting change. But, in fact, McDonough was sacked because of his refusal to do some heated love scenes with babelicious star (and Botox pitchwoman) Virginia Madsen. The reason? He's a family man and a Catholic, and he's always made it...
  • Stars looking for lucky break: Hollywood begging for tax incentives

    08/27/2004 8:43:43 PM PDT · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 16 replies · 677+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | August 28, 2004 | Scott Van Voorhis
    A cast of Hollywoodstarsmay soon swarmBeacon Hill to charm rumpled state lawmakerswhile toutingpublic subsidies for the movie industry. The big-name actors with local roots are ready to lobby for tax ``incentives'' for major movie companies that shoot their productions in the Bay State, film industry supporters Cambridge shooting star Ben Affleck and his pal, ``Bourne Supremacy'' idol Matt Damon; HBO's ``Entourage'' producer Mark Wahlberg, of Dorchester, and fellow Dot guy Neal McDonough of TV's ``Medical Investigation;'' and deadly serious thespian Chris Cooper, currently residing in the Hub's suburbs: they're all ready to make the tax relief pitch, according to state...