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Kirsten Storms was absolutely breathtaking, both as a bride, as well as an actress. This young leading lady is proof that some things get better with time. I love the vulnerability that Storms conveys in the role. This young lady is obviously tough as nails, but she knows that viewers want to see her at times as a heroine, and she knows how to deliver the goods. Every week I’m excited seeing her role continue to evolve over the new writing team at ABC’s “General Hospital,” and it’s only going to be rosy for Kirsten Storms in the future.

Highlight Hollywood spotlights Kirsten as one of their Leading Ladies Gold Standard for the week of August 11-15, 2014 


(via heckyeahkirstenstorms)


Inside Pulse shared the above (and you can see the image larger in the actual article to read), which is taken from the “back-of-comic-book returning Channel New 52 feature in most New 52 comic books today.” 

The article surmises that, based on the image accompanying said article, Malcolm Merlyn and Felicity Smoak (yay!!!!!) will be making the leap over to the new Green Arrow to join Oliver Queen and John Diggle. 

I’m so excited! I think this is the first real thing I’ve seen so far talking about the new Green Arrow and pimping it’s October 2014 debut PLUS it’s our first look at Felicity Smoak’s physical look.  Love it!  I hope Emily (and all the Arrow cast) are excited!

I’m definitely dropping DC Comic’s a tweet this morning to let them know how excited I am about her joining, about checking out the comic this October & about the Olicity potential.

I also tweeted Emily Bett Rickards a congrats, let Stephen Amell & David Ramsey know I was thrilled trio Team Arrow was together at last in the comics, and did the same with AJ Kreisberg & Ben Sokolowski (the new writers for the Green Arrow line come October).

So excited thecwarrow & DC!

You can find all the info (price, release date, etc) on the DC Comics’ official website.

Robin Williams recorded his dialogue for the Genie at the same time - and across the street from - the filming of Schindler’s List, one of the most depressing movies of all time.

After he was done every day, Robin would go across the street to cheer up the cast of Schindler and make them laugh with recordings of his improvised material from that day.

I just thought you all might want to know that story.

(Source: susie1x1)

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