Have you missed As the World Turns’ soulmates Carly Tenney (Maura West) and Jack Snyder (Michael Park)? Have you wished you could relive the highs and lows of their on again/off again romance? Rejoice, CarJackers ! SoapClassics.com has announced the release of The Carly and Jack Collection – CARJACK.
The $19.95 DVD collection features 10 episodes containing such memorable moments as Jack and Carly’s first kiss, Jack giving Carly "The Compass" and more. Check out the episode list after the jump and visit SoapClassics.com today to purchase your copy! READ MORE
Although the world has stopped turning on our screens, As the World Turns' Michael Park is tonight's winner in the Outstanding Lead Actor category. Nothing like going out on high note and with back to back wins. Park took home the trophy in 2010.
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Raise a glass to former As The World Turns' leading man Michael Park (ex-Jack). The talented singer/actor has snagged a role in a high profile Broadway musical opposite some of the biggest names in TV and film! According to Park's website, he will be appearing in a revival of How to Suceed at Business (Without Really Trying) alongside Harry Potter himself Daniel Radcliffe! READ MORE
How's this for a family reunion? As The World Turn's Mick Hazen dropped in on a performance of former onscreen dad Michael Park's play Middletown November 11 at the Vineyard Theatre in New York City. Middletown wraps up December 5.
Former As the World Turns vixens Terri Colombino and Maura West (pictured above with Jake Silbermann, Eileen Fulton and Michael Park) have found work on other soaps, but in an excellent piece entitled "Stay Tuned for Soap Stars’ Next Acts" ,The New York Times takes a look what your other favorite former ATWT stars are doing to keep busy these days.
Two years later Mr. Silbermann began writing a short film script about a drug-smuggling American soldier returning from Iraq. He gave himself a secondary (but juicy) role as a tattooed, slightly demented drug connection. “I knew at the very least it would improve my reel,” Mr. Silbermann said.
With more than $50,000 raised through the online fund-raising site Kickstarter (and the loyalty of generous Nuke fans) Mr. Silbermann and the director, Nathan Crooker, shot “Stuffer” over four days last summer. The film, which Mr. Silbermann hopes to expand to feature length, won the jury prize for best short film at the Royal Flush Festival last month. READ MORE
“I am, in a word, encouraged,” Mr. Silbermann said.
As the World Turns has released a video with deleted scenes from the show's final episode. You can watch it after the jump. READ MORE