Archive for the ‘WGA Strike’ Category

Bruce Vilanch To Perform For
Friends for Life 2:
A Night of Comedy to Benefit LifeWorks Mentoring, April 14, 2008

Sunday, March 30th, 2008

Friends for Life 2: A Night of Comedy to Benefit LifeWorks Mentoring

Featuring a Sneak Preview of the here! Special of Jason Stuart: Making it to the Middle

Performing LIVE:
Wendy Liebman
Alec Mapa
Bruce Vilanch
and Suzanne Westenhoefer!

VIP Reception with Celebrity Special Guests at 7pm for VIP Ticket holders!

To buy tickets: Click Here

About LifeWorks:

LifeWorks offers one on one, peer, and group mentoring opportunities for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth ages 14-24. Our goal is to help GLBTQ youth to realize their goals and dreams with a safe space, positive and affirming role models, and workshops & activities that are fun and educational. Read More

Altering The Oscar’s????…………NO!!!!!!!

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Somebody please resolve this strike. I won't be able to bare it or bear it (and I like doing both). I want my Bruce Vilanch, I want to see the stars, I want to be able to shoot darts at the winneres I don't like (whch I do...suction darts), I want to dess up and have my please, please, for one person's selfish reasons, give the writers their due and let's just move forward....

Bruce Talks About The Fate Of This Year’s Oscars With EW

Monday, January 14th, 2008

Oscars 2008 Q&A
Bruce Vilanch Ponders the Oscars’ Fate
Will the strike claim another casualty? The longtime awards-night writer gives some inside scoop on whether he thinks the show will go on come Feb. 24
By Adam B. Vary

With all the speculation about whether this year’s Academy Awards ceremony will actually happen, we turned to funnyman Bruce Vilanch — who’s written for the big night since the first Bush administration — to find out what a writer-less Oscars might actually look like. Not surprisingly, he had a lot to say. Read More

Bruce Vilanch Discusses WGA Strike On “The O’Reilly Factor”

Friday, December 28th, 2007

Writers’ Strike Still Going
From: The O’Reilly Factor (Fox News Network)
Date: December 18, 2007
Author: Bill O’Reilly

O’REILLY: “Factor Follow-up” segment tonight, it’s now been six weeks since entertainment writers have gone on strike. Many programs are off the air, as you know. Ellen DeGeneres went back to work, but few other talk show people did until now. Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien have announced they will cross the picket lines and go back to work January 2. David Letterman is trying to negotiate a deal with the writers, but with Leno coming back, most expect Letterman to return, as well. Read More