Richard Dean Anderson, Kathy Bates, Corbin Bernsen, Matthew Broderick, Jon Bon Jovi, James Coburn, Harry Connick Jr., Catherine Deneuve, Amanda Donohoe, Marilu Henner, Christine Lahti, Michele Lee, Reba McEntire, Sarah Jessica Parker , Cybill Shepherd, Christian Slater and Patrick Swayze have joined the list of presenters for the 50th annual Golden Globe Awards at 7 p.m. Saturday at the BevHilton.
Candice Bergen, Richard Chamberlain, Louis Gossett Jr., Marlo Thomas, Barbara Walters, Malcolm-Jamal Warner and James Woods host the Museum of TV & Radio’s second TV spec, “Great Television Moments: What We Watched.”
Two-hour ABC spec will air at 8 p.m. Feb. 6. Exec producers are Grant Tinker and Allan Burns. Michael Hirsh produces and directs. Hirsh and co-producer Joel Lipman are writers on the spec.
Proponents and opponents of a $ 3 billion, 550-acre expansion of Disneyland disagreed on its environmental impact in public comments filed Tuesday. Foes say it would swamp streets with traffic and put pressure on sewers and other public services. Those in favor say it would create more jobs for Orange County. The Walt Disney Co. and Anaheim have 90 days to respond before submitting the environmental reports to the city Planning Commission and City Council for review.
Dallas-Fort Worth film critics have chosen “Malcolm X” best film of 1992. Denzel Washington was best actor for the same picture. Actress honors went to Emma Thompson for “Howards End.”Robert Altman was named best director for “The Player.” Supporting acting nods went to Judy Davis for “Husbands and Wives” and Gene Hackman for “Unforgiven.”
Sarah Brightman and Barrie Ingham will star in the L.A. premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Aspects of Love,” which will run March 4-28 at the Wilshire Theater.