Matthew (Robert Gorrie) started taking shirtless pictures of himself. When Hurricane Dani (Kelley Missal) returned home, she immediately offered to help him take the photos.
Dani told him he needed some self tanner and quickly offered to apply it. While she was giving him a rub down, Matthew asked how things with her dad were going. She then proceeded to take photos of him all over the apartment in different poses. At one point he tried spanking a couch cushion, but Dani quickly told him to stop. Just as Dani was straddling Matthew, to take a close up, Jeffrey (Corbin Bleu) showed up with Destiny (Laura Harrier) and Matthew’s son. READ MORE
INTERVIEW: One Life to Live's Hillary B. Smith Talks Web Soaps, "Bora" Sex and Loving Her New MatthewBy Jamey Giddens on April 29, 2013
Hillary B. Smith is no stranger to the world of online soap operas. The One Life to Live powerhouse has starred in such digital hits as Venice and Fumbling Thru The Pieces; plus she was a producer on Crystal Chappell's pilot for The Grove. With all that dot com drama experience under her belt, does Llanview's Nora Buchanan have any tips for Prospect Park, as they bring OLTL and All My Children online? She says they have it covered.
Speaking of having things covered, the soap vet gushes about Robert Gorrie, the young man charged with introducing a now adult Matthew Buchanan to the web. How will Bo (Robert S. Woods) and Nora react to their son's somewhat douchey behavior? Find out below what Smith told me on the red carpet before the premieres of the new OLTL and AMC!
Daytime Confidential: You're an early adapter to the web, having done Venice and Fumbling Thru The Pieces.
Hillary B. Smith: And The Grove!
DC: And The Grove?
HBS: I produced The Grove.
DC: Awesome, I didn't know that! Have you had any advice for the Prospect Park people as they embark on this venture?
HBS: I'm very careful to let them ask questions. If they want to ask me something, I'm happy to share with them my experiences, but they haven't really had to ask. I think they're way ahead of the game, so that's great. They've done their research.
All My Children stars Cady McClain and Julia Barr (pictured above) joined One Life to Live newcomer Jenni “JWoww” Farley and OLTL dame Erika Slezak (pictured above) at TOLN's launch party for the web premieres of their shows on April 23 in New York City. Fan favorites mixed with the show’s young new additions at the launch party.
All My Children and One Life to Live premiere on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes on April 29. See more photos from the AMC and OLTL launch party after the jump! READ MORE
There's one thing One Life to Live viewers have come to know by heart — don't mess with Tea Delgado's (Florencia Lozano) loved ones! The Online Network has released a teaser video on iTunes called, 'First Day of School'. In the clip, a juicy SPOILER has Tea going HAM-TASTIC on Matthew (Robert Gorrie), when Dani (Kelley Missal) overdoses at Blair (Kassie DePaiva) and Cutter's (Josh Kelly) new club! READ MORE
Enough with bow wow wow, yippie yo yippie yay. This Lion wants to ROAR again in Llanview!
Rapper and One Life to Live fan extraordinaire Snoop Lion has agreed to produce the soap's new theme song, "Brand New Start." The former Doggfather will also appear in several episodes of the TOLN soap. READ MORE
Let's get one thing clear, hot-bodied, young thespian Robert Gorrie isn't trying to replace Eddie Alderson. The One Life to Live newcomer drove that point home several times while I chatted with him during a recent set visit. What Gorrie is trying to accomplish, is successfully navigating baby daddy/bad boy Matthew Buchanan's twisty journey into adulthood on the TOLN soap.
Will that journey involve controversial, new story arcs for Matthew and Destiny (Laura Harrier)? What role with Matthew's old flame Dani Delgado-Manning (Kelley Missal) play in his baby mama drama? Don't forget about new hunk in town Jeffrey King (Corbin Bleu). Gorrie reveals how Matt will be interacting with all three, not to mention the extended Buchanan family. To borrow from one CBS soap, OLTL is about to get hella young and very restless!
Daytime Confidential: What made you sign onto One Life to Live?
Robert Gorrie: I particularly liked the challenge of this new media platform. Internet television is the future and I felt like, to be a part of something that’s just on the cusp of becoming the norm in the industry, and to be on the first soap to do it, I just thought it was a really unique opportunity. I think a lot of eyeballs are going to catch it. READ MORE