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Do the Truffle Shuffle because here’s a mini Goonies reunion!
September 10th, 2017 under Mackenzie and Sean Astin, The Two Coreys. [ Comments: none ]


Even though it has been 32 years since The Goonies came out, Mikey, Mouth and Data are still hanging out and doing dinner. Corey Feldman described his friendship with Sean Astin and Jonathan Ke Quan perfectly via a quote for the classic film, “Never say die!”

Seeing the three of them together makes me think they really have to do the talked about sequel for this film as soon as possible. Fans will do the Truffle Shuffle if they finally do it. Heck, they would do more than that because they have already been waiting over 3 decades for it. What are they waiting for?

Finally, don’t the three men look amazing for their age? They were teenage heartthrobs and now they are manly ones!

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An Encino Man reunion!
June 8th, 2017 under Mackenzie and Sean Astin, Reunions. [ Comments: none ]


On May 22, 1992, Encino Man came out. Now, 25 years later, the two BFFs in the movie got together and took this awesome photo. Pauly Shore and Sean Astin look just as close now as they did in that movie. Too bad Brendan Frazier was not there. It would have been cool to see the trio together. Heck, maybe they will do a sequel, Encino Woman. Could you only imagine?

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RIP Patty Duke
March 29th, 2016 under Mackenzie and Sean Astin, Obits. [ Comments: 1 ]








Patty Duke passed away today at the age of 69 due to sepsis from a ruptured intestine according to her agent Mitchell K. Stubbs.
Patty Duke had an horrendous childhood because of parents and her abusive talent managers, even though she had huge sucess on Broadway and on the big screen playing Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker at such a young age. In 1963, she landed the role of Patty Lane and her lookalike cousin Cathy in the sitcom The Patty Duke Show that still airs today in syndication on Me TV and other channels. In 1967, she starred as Neely O’Hara in the groundbreaking Valley of the Dolls. Throughout the years, she continued acting nonstop. She even starred in The Miracle Worker again, but this time as Keller’s teacher Anne Sullivan.
But her life was not easy, a very short lived marriage, alcohol abuse and eventually the diagnosis of bipolar disorder. That diagnosis saved her life and she brought awareness to it by talking about it on several talk shows. She wrote an autobiography called Call Me Anna, that is a must read, and starred in a movie of the week based on it. All of this brought bipolar disorder to the forefront and made people aware of it.
As the years went on she continued to talk about it and act constantly. Thirty years ago on March 15th, she married the love of her life Michael Pearce, moved to Idaho and had a son with him. She has two other sons that she raised with John Astin, Sean and Mackenzie Astin, both of whom are actors.
When I think of Patty Duke, I think of a woman who I revere first, and then the actress who I admire. She was so inspirational and someone Hollywood and the world will be talking about for decades to come because of the huge impact she left on it and left on us.
So today please honor this wonderful woman by watching one of her many great works to let her know that we will always love her. I know that is how I am going to spend the today.
Personally, I am sorry I have never met, but I am honored that was able to chat with her on the phone on more than one occasion. She was as warm as you would expect to her be.

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A Patty Duke Show reunion
December 21st, 2015 under Mackenzie and Sean Astin, MeTV, Reunions. [ Comments: none ]


The Patty Duke Show is coming to Me TV on January 4th and they reunited Cathy and Patty Lane, I mean Cathy (ha ha) and Patty Duke, with Cathy’s dad and Patty’s uncle aka William Schallert. Seeing the three of them together in this commercial, brought a huge smile on my face. Whoever came up with the commercial deserves a big old raise!

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The Strain sees the light tonight!
August 31st, 2014 under FX, Mackenzie and Sean Astin. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight’s episode of The Strain on FX at 10p is the best one yet, and they have all been really good.
Eph (Corey Stoll), The Jew (David Bradley), Nora (Mía Maestro) and Jim (Sean Astin) have figured out how to kill the Vampires at night and that way is UV lights. Where to find them? They go to a medical supplies store, but they have already closed. Since this is dire times, they break in. While they are there, they run into The Exterminator (Kevin Durand). He has the same idea as them and he’s already taken all of the UV lights. After some negotiation, he decides to give them six.
When they are done, they decide to stock up on some food at a gas station. Sadly, for them the Vampires have shown up and they are there for them. Now the five of them along with the Hacker are going to try to get out of there alive. Not all of them will. That’s right, someone will die in this real nail biter of an episode.
So tune in for the most exciting show of the summer tonight at 10p. If you’ve never seen an episode, you can catch old episodes on OnDemand and the FX Now app.

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