She's long been the Queen of Soaps, and now Susan Lucci is officially one of the Countesses of Couture. The All My Children legend is featured among a Who's Who list of style influencers in the upcoming documentary Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf's.
From filmmaker Matthew Miele, Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf's explores New York's famed Bergdorf Goodman department store, the 5th Avenue location where every designer worth his or her salt aspires to have their merchandise moved. Lucci is featured in the documentary alongside Victoria Beckham, Candice Bergen, Edward Bess, Kate Betts, Manolo Blahnik, Bobbi Brown, Carol Burnett, Tory Burch, Olivia Chantecaille, Pat Cleveland, Oscar de la Renta, Alber Elbaz, Wendy Goodman, Carolina Herrera, Naeem Khan, Harold Koda, Michael Kors, William Ivey Long and Christian Louboutin.
Watch the flim's trailer after the jump. Be warned; it's like porn for clotheshorses! READ MORE
TOLN isn’t leaving anything to chance with its new promo telling All My Children fans to get ready for the soap's return on April 29. The network has released a promo that heavily features classic scenes of beloved characters, such as Bianca (Eden Riegel), Angie (Debbi Morgan), Jesse (Darnell Williams), Zach (Thorsten Kaye), Brooke (Julia Barr), Adam (David Canary), Dixie (Cady McClain), Joe (Ray MacDonnell), Tad (Michel E. Knight), Myrtle (Eileen Herlie) and the dastardly David Hayward (Vincent Irizarry).
I couldn’t help but choke up rewatching Bianca’s coming out to Erica (Susan Lucci). The first nine minutes are a wonderful reminder of All My Children’s past, while the last minute gives viewers a taste of what’s to come. Prospect Park's All My Children premieres on iTunes and Hulu on April 29. Watch the promo after the jump! READ MORE
With under a month away until All My Children’s re-launch, many are wondering what exactly is going to happen? Access Hollywood caught up with Eden Riegel (Bianca) to get the 411 on life renewed in Pine Valley.
Access: The last time people saw ‘All My Children,’ J.R. Chandler had a gun, and he was hiding behind the walls as most of the residents of Pine Valley were gathered together. What can you tell us about where the show picks up?
Eden: By having a quick sort of fast forward you get the opportunity to restart things because things have changed a lot in these people’s lives and yet, they’re still struggling with some of the same issues, and, of course, that final cliffhanger has definitely affected — it’s ricocheted and affected people’s lives and Miranda and A.J. who were just little kids at that point are now teenagers and dealing with the fallout themselves. So I think it was a really, really smart move to do this time jump because then you just get so many more possibilities. You don’t have to quickly rehash and finish up old stories. You get to start fresh with the same people, but at a slightly different point in their lives. READ MORE
Who are the 60 Greatest TV Villains of All-Time? TV Guide Magazine's Bruce Fretts and Matt Roush listed their picks for the dubious distinctions in the March 25-April 7 issue of the magazine.
It should come as no surprise that many suds evil-doers made the cut, including Dallas' late, great J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) at No.1; Dynasty devil Alexis Colby (Joan Collins) at No. 7 and Dark Shadows' Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid) at No. 8. READ MORE
Will Susan Lucci reprise the legendary role of Erica Kane on Prospect Park's online version of All My Children? The soap diva stopped by The View today where the co-hosts, and special guest chatter Brooke Shields asked the million-dollar question. According to La Lucci:
"I so hope that I can return. I want with all my heart to return to All My Children. I just don't know the answer yet, but what I do know is that all of us are working so hard to make that happen. I really want to."
Check out Lucci's entire segment on The View after the jump! READ MORE