GoX 4: X-Men Reunion: Generation X TV movie reunion with JUBILEE (Heather McComb) and REFRAX (Randall Slavin)
Power of X-Men: Apocalypse
Prepare yourself for an epic special episode as Dayspring and Flinkman reunite JUBILEE (Heather McComb) and REFRAX (Randall Slavin) from the 1996 Generation X TV movie to discuss the making of the film and its enduring legacy with longtime fans of the X-Men. They also talk about what it was like to meet Stan Lee, their thoughts on the X-Men movies, and if they'd be up for reprising their roles in the upcoming MCU film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. This is a MUTANT MILESTONE you won’t want to miss!
8/20/18 - 9:45am pst - First-time filmmaker Nick Scown on behalf of PRETTY BAD ACTRESS PRETTY BAD ACTRESS STARRING JILLIAN BELL AND HEATHER McCOMB
KUCI: Get the Funk Out
Former child star Gloria Green (Heather McComb) not only has to save her career, but her own life when she gets kidnapped by a stalker (John Hensley) after an audition along with an obsessed fan (Stephanie Hodes). Gloria's only hope is her loyal assistant, Cheryl (Jillian Bell) since her manager, Al (Danny Woodburn), is more interested in using the kidnapping to save Gloria's fledgling career than save his client's life in this sharp and funny look at fame and obsessive fan culture in the tradition of classic Hollywood satires like The King of Comedy, The Player and Swimming with Sharks as well as recent industry edgy comedies like Bamboozled and Tropic Thunder.
Heather McComb has been in Hollywood since she was 11 years old, she's worked on films like Kickboxer 2 and Apt Pupil as well as several films and television projects. McComb currently stars in 'Pretty Bad Actress' a dark comedy about a washed up child star who is kidnapped by a superfan and instead of her agent paying the ransom, he decides to milk the publicity for all it's worth!We spoke with McComb about life, dream projects, producing films and even boxing!Editor's Note: This was a phone interview so sometimes, the audio fades in and out because of cell reception. This is the best we could do with noise reduction. Also, anything sounding like a jump cut is the removal of R.C. Samo's slight cough.
BEHIND THE LENS #178: Featuring Heather McComb and Lee Aronsohn
Behind The Lens
It's a fun-filled episode with special guests HEATHER MCCOMB and LEE ARONSOHN, plus, hear what the Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell, and Jim Cummings have to say about CHRISTOPHER ROBIN! Bookending today's show (and adorning the set) it's all about CHRISTOPHER ROBIN and that silly old bear, Winnie the Pooh. Take a listen to our prerecorded excerpts of interviews with EWAN McGREGOR and HAYLEY ATWELL as they talk about the magic of Pooh and friends while voice master JIM CUMMINGS regales us with his own animated stylings talking about the legacy of voicing Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, too! (And dare I mention that Tigger and Pooh both pop up during the show!) And it's a fun time with actress HEATHER McCOMB who's on hand talking about the pretty darn funny PRETTY BAD ACTRESS. Known best for her work in series television dramas, or one-offs in every police procedural there is, with PRETTY BAD ACTRESS Heather gets a chance to show off her comedic chops, which are sizeable, as former child star "Trudie" whose life has become a trainwreck only to be further complicated by being kidnapped. Trust me when I say, hilarity ensues in this little indie gem! Listen as Heather talks not only about her character of Trudie and PRETTY BAD ACTRESS, but Heather's own journey as a child actor from Barnegat, New Jersey to Hollywood and her secret to a vital and lasting career over the decades. Then television titan LEE ARONSOHN joins us during the second half of the show talking about his new film, 40 YEARS IN THE MAKING: THE MAGIC MUSIC MOVIE. Now retired from television and his decades as a producer and writer behind such shows as "The Love Boat", "Murphy Brown", "Two and a Half Men", "Who’s the Boss", "Big Bang Theory" and more, Lee steps into the director's chair helming the documentary 40 YEARS IN THE MAKING: THE MAGIC MUSIC MOVIE. A personal journey for Lee, take a trip down memory lane and discover Magic Music, a soft folk/acoustic Colorado band who were on the cusp of stardom in the early 70's but never quite made it to the big show. Never forgetting his college days watching and listening to Magic Music, Lee endeavors to discover what has happened to them since disbanding in 1976. Taking us along for the ride, the journey is a delight, and personalized thanks to Lee being our guide through the film. Listen as Lee talks about the legwork involved in locating and connecting with band members, several estranged, and then reconnecting them, interviewing, developing a throughline for the story, editing 100 hours of footage, designing some fun illustrated visual stylings within the film and, of course, the music.http://behindthelensonline.net http://eliasentertainmentnetwork.com