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‘The Wizard of Oz’: Judy Garland’s Mother Allowed Her Daughter to Be Subjected to This Abuse on the Film’s Set 

 

Discovering what took place behind the scenes of our favorite films can either be fascinating or it can be heartbreaking.

In the case of international star Judy Garland, it is the latter.

Only 16 when she took on the role of Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz, the actor was endured abuse throughout the making of the film, with her mother’s full knowledge and consent.

Garland’s mother, Ethel Gumm, according to the biography Get Happy: The Life of Judy Garland by Gerald Clarke, was a combative and harsh stage mother. She plied her daughter with pills as young as age 10 — stimulants to keep her up and then sleeping pills when she wasn’t needed on the set.

Gumm sanctioned the appalling diet the studio required of her daughter in order to make her look as young as possible: chicken soup, black coffee, 80 cigarettes, diet pills, and amphetamines. Garland was addicted to prescription pills for the rest of her life.

‘The Wizard of Oz’: Judy Garland’s Mother Allowed Her Daughter to Be Subjected to This Abuse on the Film’s Set

Tags: Celebrity, Children, Hate, History, Legend, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Success, Tragedy, Victims, Youth

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26-Dec-2020


A Pete Davidson Vibrator Sold Out Immediately On Etsy And Twitter Had A Field Day 

 

Let’s get right to it: Last night Pete Davidson appeared on Saturday Night Live’s "Weekend Update" and revealed he recently discovered that someone is selling a vibrator with his face on it.

The handmade sex toy — which sold out immediately, but is now back in stock — has 10 vibration speeds and is waterproof. In other words, it’s a real stocking stuffer.

A Pete Davidson Vibrator Sold Out Immediately On Etsy And Twitter Had A Field Day

Tags: Celebrity, Product, Sale, Success, Vibrator, Women In Charge

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06-Dec-2020


‘I Love Lucy’: Lucille Ball Said Her Mother Tied Her to a Dog Leash and Kept Her in the Backyard 

 

In her book, Love, Lucy, Ball said her childhood was “challenging.” However, the actor also says her experiences likely contributed to her success later in life.

“People with happy childhoods never overdo; they don’t strive or exert themselves,” wrote Ball. “They’re moderate, pleasant, well liked, and good citizens. Society needs them. But the tremendous drive and dedication necessary to succeed in any field—not only show business—often seems to be rooted in a disturbed childhood.”

Ball goes on to say that she wasn’t “unloved or unwanted,” but she did move a lot. She also says she endured “death and cruel circumstances,” which resulted in her being separated from loved ones.

“My young mother was five months pregnant when my father fell ill,” wrote Ball. “To keep me under control she tied me to a dog leash, which she then hitched to the clothesline in our backyard.

‘I Love Lucy’: Lucille Ball Said Her Mother

Tags: Bio, Book, Celebrity, Children, Environment, Family, History, Legend, Parenting, Struggles, Success, Women In Charge

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20-Oct-2020


Teen Wolf Star Tyler Posey Wants to Play Batman Beyond 

 

Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey wants to play Batman Beyond in a movie. He talked to Collider about a number of topics, but the actor would like to play Terry McGinnis at some point. Posey is actually a fan of the animated series and thinks he could bring some energy to the cool younger version of Batman. With all the older Batmen running count the DC Comics film universe right now, there are a couple of different older Bruce Waynes to choose from. Ever since Michael Keaton got confirmed for The Flash, people have been wanting a Batman Beyond film with those characters up on the big screen. Posey is more than down for the challenge if the call comes his way.

“Yeah, I really wanna do Batman Beyond. There was a cartoon, years ago, called Batman Beyond, and I really wanna adapt that into a TV show,” he explained. “I wanna do that so bad. I think it would be a really cool spin on a younger Batman. I know Rob Pattinson is doing the new one right now and he’s younger but not as young as me. I think it would be cool to do a take on old Batman being this mentor to a younger Batman.”

Teen Wolf Star Tyler Posey Wants to Play Batman Beyond

Hyper is good for a superhero. 18-Oct-2020

Tags: $, Celebrity, Employment, Exclusivity, Fantasy, Hollywood, Loss, Success, Talent

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18-Oct-2020


Jessica Alba: I wasn’t allowed to look at the ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ cast 

 

Another show, another no-eye-contact rule.

Jessica Alba revealed on “Hot Ones” that while appearing on “Beverly Hills, 90210” back in the ’90s, she was told she wasn’t allowed to look at the rest of the cast.

“I couldn’t even make eye contact with any of the cast members, which was really strange when you’re like trying to do a scene with them,” she told host Sean Evans.

Alba, 39, appeared in Season 8 of the hit series as Leanne, a pregnant teenager who walked into a clinic where Kelly Taylor (Jennie Garth) was working.

Jessica Alba: I wasn’t allowed to look at the ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ cast

Jennie Garth & Tori Spelling Responded To Jessica Alba's BH, 90210 Claims

Tags: Celebrity, Gossip, History, Success, Support, TV, TV Trivia

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05-Oct-2020


'I had to find the bravery, emotionally and physically, to just be naked': Finn Wittrock on mental health, nudity and starring Netflix's no.1 show in the world, Ratched 

 

As Ratched becomes the number one show in the world on Netflix, I zoom into Finn’s getaway in a remote farm in New Mexico - having escaped LA with his wife, Sarah and their one and half year-old child – to talk mental health, body image, stereotypes and why talking about childhood trauma is so important…

How have you coped with the lockdownexperience?

It's been hard. I haven't worked since February and it's been like a Groundhog Day experience – every single day is the same. Having a kid is good because it gives me a schedule, which otherwise might be bad for me not to have because I don't know if I would ever go to sleep or ever wake up. But that is also hard because there's no break.

'I had to find the bravery, emotionally and physically, to just be naked'

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Fear, Health, Hollywood, Hot Swatch, Interview, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Portrait, Success

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03-Oct-2020


Henry Golding Explains Why He's Playing Gay in 'Monsoon' 

 

Henry Golding had a head-turning starring role in the blockbuster hit Crazy Rich Asians. Since, he's been reaping the rewards, knocking one project after the other out of the park. But this fall Monsoon, his latest project, releases and he's playing Kit, a Vietnamese man who returns to his home country after fleeing as a child. But Kit is gay.

"From my point of view, with this particular role, it was the fact that his journey wasn’t hinged on the fact he is gay,” the straight actor told Attitude in a new cover story. "It's almost like, yes, he's a young gay man. but the bigger issue is who he is as a person".

Golding falls within a long line of straight actors taking on gay roles — often the most prominent and most lauded gay rols are taken by straight actors. Over the past decade, this has drawn increased scrutiny with both audiences and gay actors. Many have spoken about how their careers are impacted after coming out.

"What’s happened is that, when someone comes out of the closet, we celebrate them," Billy Eichner told Deadline in a recent, unrelated interview. "We applaud them. We put them on the cover of magazines. We say, thank you for living your truth, and thank you for being brave, and you’re such a role model for our gay kids. And then instantly, that actor gets taken off so many casting lists in the business." The casting lists they do stay on, for the most part, are those for gay roles or projects that want queer appeal. One argument is that if queer actors are only going to be considered for queer roles, they should be the only ones considered there.

Henry Golding Explains Why He's Playing Gay in 'Monsoon'

"May the best woman win." 10-Sep-2020

Tags: $, Celebration, Celebrity, Employment, Film, Gay, LGBTQ, Opinion, Overreaction, Politics, Success, Survival, Talent

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10-Sep-2020


How Did Four Young Black Boys Become Hollywood Stars During the Height of Jim Crow? 

 

As it turns out, Sunshine Sammy was a race man. Farina and Stymie too, and even Buckwheat for a minute or so.

This may be hard to fathom, considering the designation was generally applied, back around the '20s, to men who exemplified the most righteous and upstanding attributes of black people, and advocated for fair and dignified treatment. It’s also hard to fathom because, at the time, they were just young black boys.

But they were young black boys with starring roles in Hollywood, and among the most popular performers of their time. There weren’t very many blacks of any age getting any sort of featured screen time back then, at least not in roles that didn’t demean the race. Thus, these young people were heralded in the black press, and even by the NAACP, as some of the leading exemplars of blackness, well before any of them were old enough to drive.

Sunshine Sammy, Farina, Stymie and Buckwheat were the principal black characters throughout the 20-year run of the Our Gang film series. The black community treated them (respectively, Ernie Morrison, Allen Hoskins, Matthew Beard and Billie Thomas) like rock stars. But their lives were much more complicated than the movie roles ever let on. Their regard within the black community would be transformed decades later, as the Our Gang franchise lived on years after its heyday.

Pop Matters

Tags: Art, Awareness, Celebrity, Children, Cultural, Employment, Entertainment, History, Hollywood, Inclusion, Influencer, Modernization, Respect, Success

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18-Jun-2020