After Lifetime’s 'The Unauthorized Beverly Hills 90210', Tori Spelling dished more dirt on what went on behind the scenes on the 90s teen drama.
While Lifetime’s The Unauthorised Beverly Hills, 90210 movie might have taken some creative license when it came to telling the behind the scenes story of the 90’s drama, star Tori Spelling was on hand afterwards to spill some truths about her time on the show. In a one hour ‘Celebrity Lie Detector’ special, Spelling dished all the '90210' gossip, including which two co-stars she had slept with.
Tori Spelling appeared on 'Celebrity Lie Detector' to reveal more '90210' cast secrets.
After revealing earlier this week that she had dated Brian Austin Green, the big question was, which of her other co-stars had Tori slept with? While she said nothing ever happened with Ian Ziering or Luke Perry, Spelling did admit to a ‘summer fling’ with Jason Priestley.
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Jason Priestley, Naomi Lowde-Priestley, Dashiell Orson Priestley and Ava Veronica Priestley - A host of stars were snapped as they attended the premiere of Disney's "Cinderella" The premiere was held at at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 1st March 2015
Ava Priestley and Jason Priestley - Shots from The Staples Center which was host to "Let's Celebrate!" presented by Disney On Ice in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 11th December 2014
Jason Priestley, Ava Veronica Priestley and Naomi Lowde-Priestley - Jason Priestley takes a walk in the rain with his family through Studio City - Studio City California, California, United States - Sunday 30th November 2014
Jason Priestly - Actor Jason Priestley attends a signing for his book 'Jason Priestley - A Memoir' at Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove on May 14, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 15th May 2014
Apparently Priestley's memoir doesn't really speak highly of too many people.
Tori Spelling’s headlong dive into unlimited publicity with her lifetime series True Tori has attracted tons of controversy in recent weeks. Now Tori and her husband Dean McDermott are facing even more heat, after Spelling’s former 90210 co-star Jason Priestly is spilling the beans on the actress.
Priestly is soon to release his memoir, which reportedly slams Spelling, McDermott and infamous bad girl Shannen Doherty.
Jason Priestley is releasing the ultimate tell-all book in two days.
The '90210' actor unloads on his former co-stars and friends.
Jason Priestley has released a tell-all memoir, Jason Priestley: A Memoir, which among detailing the 90210 actor's thoughts on fame and family, dishes the dirt on celebrities that he's encountered during his long career in the spotlight. He criticises the shockingly bratty behaviour of fellow stars Shannen Doherty, Mischa Barton and Dean McDermott and reveals the rather gross competitions he and former roomie Brad Pitt used to make up for fun.
Jason Priestley Has Spilled The Secrets Of The Stars In His New Memoir.
On his former 90210 co-star Doherty he recalls taking a private flight with her from L.A. to New York to meet with advertisers and remembers how the actress' diva-esque antics didn't leave the best impression.
The Eye's current assignment is to follow Joanna Eris (Ashley Judd), a woman accused of blackmailing a British official. But she is far more than a simple blackmailer. She is a crafty, seductive spider woman, capable of killing as quickly as she can seduce. As The Eye continues to watch Eris, he becomes entranced by her disguises and cunning charm. Soon he begins to feel that they are kindred spirits.
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Jeremy Irons plays Jack Elgin, the unlikely Goetz in this tale, at first distraught and then angry enough to devise meticulous plans to get vengeance on the plane's hijackers who shot his family members so callously. Elgin at first proceeds rather predictably, hunting down the terrorists thanks to tip-off info from people sympathetic to his cause, and then the feds (led by Forest Whitaker, though we're in in England... never mind all that) start to close in. But wait: Is Elgin being set up by someone else who wants the thugs dead?
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Hurt, as usual, pulls out all the stops on his vaguely pathetic, vaguely lovable role -- a stuffy gent who becomes inexplicably obsessed. The beginning of the film traces De'Ath's introduction into modern life, necessities generated so he can expose himself to Ronnie's work via VHS. He freeze-frames a locker room scene, listens intently for cheeseball lines like, "You're nothing but a skid mark on the underpants of life!" Finally he opts to move to Long Island in the hopes of encountering Ronnie face to face (along the way he rather humorously learns the difficulties of trying to get around suburban America by foot).
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Don't tell the other movie critics I said this, but once in a very great while I see an independent film I wish could have been a big budget Hollywood studio picture. Sometimes a good idea, a lot of enthusiasm and a shoestring budget just aren't enough.
Take "Cherish," for example. This creative but contrived and gimmick-driven comedy-thriller is about a geeky, socially inept young beauty (Robin Tunney), who is falsely accused of a hit-and-run and incarcerated in her own sparse and funky loft while awaiting trial, monitored by one of those electronic ankle bracelet programs.
Going stir-crazy because she's the kind of girl who can't stand to be alone (of men she says "I don't think I'd go out with so many if any one would call me back"), Tunney spends the movie trying to outwit the system that will set off an alarm at police headquarters if she wanders out of the bracelet's range.
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"Eye of the Beholder" isn't a title, it's a warning label. What's going on in this movie is anybody's guess.
An erotic thriller/mystery/failed cerebral art film, starring Ashley Judd as an esoteric serial killer and Ewan McGregor as her high-tech stalker/guardian, this flick is steeped in spiraling twists and volatile psyches which seemingly build toward a shock finale that never arrives.
Based on a novel by Marc Behm, it raises dozens of questions that go unanswered. It provides only snippets of backstory, leaving its characters half-revealed. And all the while, it's readily apparent that writer-director Stephen Elliott ("Welcome to Woop Woop," "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert") considers himself terribly cagey.
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