Tag: Hollywood

KAYFABE THEATER: Buddy Landel Heads Out To Hollywood

James J Dillon introduces a video package that shows The Nature Boy Buddy Landel, as he enjoys the pleasures of Tinsel Town

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… Nov 4th: Roddy Piper is all...

The John Carpenter film "They Live", starring WWF star Roddy Piper, is released to theaters, and goes on to become one of the great cult classics of the 80's

KAYFABE THEATER: Behind the Scenes of Rocky vs. Thunderlips

1983 - A documentary clip showing Hulk Hogan's audition video for Rocky III and Hogan & Sylvester Stallone working out for their fight scene

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Jon Moxley Cast in MMA-Themed Movie ‘Cagefighter’

The former Dean Ambrose is set to appear in the MMA-themed action feature 'Cagefighter', Deadline's Andreas Wiseman reported on Wednesday.

BLEACHER REPORT: The Rock Makes 2019 ‘Time 100’ Most Influential List

Dwayne Johnson is named among several athletes on the Time '100 Most Influential People of 2019' list, including  LeBron James and Tiger Woods.

Documenting Sacrifice: My Conversations with Fulvio Cercere and Michael Burlingame of...

Senior Editor Jim Phillips continues his retrospective coverage of '350 Days' and his conversations with Fulvio Cercere and Michael Burlingame


Former WCW media personality Chad Damiani has evolved from broadcaster to screenwriter to performer, during his 25 years in entertainment

The Release of ‘350 Days’ and a Conversation with Producers Evan...

With the release of the groundbreaking documentary, Senior Editor Jim Phillips looks back at his original coverage and has a talk with the men behind the film

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Shawn Michaels Excels Playing Villain’s Role in Independent Film

After years as a babyface, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels is set to return to his roots and play the part of a villain in '90 Feet From Home'

THE GUARDIAN: Spandex Snobbery Smackdown… Why the Liberal Elite Snubs Wrestling

The sport has drama, showmanship, and gender equality – as the film Fighting With My Family proves. Yet, because it’s working class, it’s marginalized, writes director Stephen Merchant