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Swamp Thing: The Complete Series hits Blu-Ray in 2020!

DC Universe & James Wan’s canceled Swamp Thing series will hit Digital next month and on Blu-ray and DVD in February. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Senior Vice President, Television Marketing, Rosemary Markson says, “As one of the most original series from the DC UNIVERSE to date, we are thrilled to bring Swamp Thing: The Complete Series to Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. Viewers will watch in suspense through riveting plot twists and turns throughout the entire series.”

Swamp Thing follows Dr. Abby Arcane as she investigates a deadly swamp-born virus in the small town of Marais. When a mysterious creature emerges from the murky marsh, she finds herself facing the nightmares of a supernatural world where no one is safe. With nature out of balance and coming for the people of Marais, it may take some Thing from the swamp to save it.

The cast includes Crystal Reed, Virginia Madsen, Andy Bean, Derek Mears, Henderson Wade, Maria Sten, Jeryl Prescott, Jennifer Beals, Will Patton, Ian Ziering, and Kevin Durand.

Based on the character created by Len Wein & Bernie Wrightson, Swamp Thing was produced by Atomic Monster and Warner Bros. Television. James Wan, Mark Verheiden, Gary Dauberman, Michael Clear, and Len Wiseman are executive producers. Swamp Thing: The Complete Series will hit Digital on December 2nd, and then on Blu-ray/DVD on February 11, 2020.

Virginia Madsen Among Honorees at Broken Glass Awards!

Monday, November 4 marks the 11th annual Palm Springs Broken Glass Awards. This event honors women in TV and film. The 2019 notable honorees are actress Sierra McCormick who received the Rising Star Award, local artistic director for the Palm Springs International Film Festival and ShortFest, Lilli Rodriguez received the Desert Diva Award, Philanthropist, Melissa Neiderman received the Humanitarian Award, actress Virginia Madsen received the Gena Award and talent manager Dolores Robinson received the Broken Glass Award.

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The awards honor extraordinary women who have broken through the glass ceiling, helping pave the way for others in entertainment, arts and philanthropy. The luncheon and fundraiser was emceed by News Channel 3 Anchor Karen Devine. The event was at Agua Caliente Casino Resort & spa in Rancho Mirage.

Actress, Virginia Madsen told us about her own journey to breaking through the glass ceiling for women in film. “Breaking the glass ceiling didn’t happen to me until I was 50,” Madsen said. “It’s important to help the younger people that are coming up and give them a hand and tell them yes you can,” she said.

Beyond the Glass Ceiling!

Oscar-nominee Virginia Madsen, who is among the illustrious honorees of the 11th annual Broken Glass Awards, expounds upon her creative path and the galvanizing force of women.

“I think it’s always good when groups of women get together. It’s more important now, more than ever, to support one another and our endeavors and call attention to those who are working hard to make changes.”

It’s time to shatter some glass. But as the Palm Springs Women in Film & TV (PSWIFT) 11th annual Broken Glass Awards Luncheon unfolds on Nov. 4 at Agua Caliente Casino Resort & Spa, there will be more than honors doled out to the female trailblazers, like actress Virginia Madsen, who have paved the way for others in entertainment, arts, and philanthropy.

Expect a bevy of commentary on the creative strides that have already been made and what the road ahead may actually look like for women on the rise. This year’s honorees include Virginia Madsen (The Gena Award), Sierra McCormick (The Rising Star Award), Melissa Neiderman (The Humanitarian Award), Dolores Robinson (The Broken Glass Award), and Liliana Rodriguez (The Desert Diva Award).

Virginia Madsen, the recipient of this year’s Gena Award, has worked vigilantly in the industry since 1983, and is known for her headturning roles in Sideways for which she nabbed a 2004 Oscar nomination. TV’s Law & Order, Elementary, American Gothic, and Designated Survivor. The actress, who was in attendance for the Palm Springs International Film Festival during the fiery success of Sideways, shares more about the award, the creative glass that still needs breaking, and much more.

This award brings you back to Palm Springs.

I’m from Chicago and I never thought I would enjoy the desert. But I find that the desert feeds me much in the way the ocean feeds you. There’s something that is so ancient in those rocks and mountains. And it’s so close to where I live [in L.A.]. I would always find peace and serenity in Palm Springs. And that was a surprise to me. I don’t know what those rocks are made of out there, but there’s something in there that’s good for the soul. Continue reading Beyond the Glass Ceiling!

Happy 58th Birthday, Virginia Madsen!

Virginia Madsen celebrates her 58th birthday today and we at her official website would like to wish her a very Happy Birthday!! Please stop by and leave your birthday wishes by commenting here or write them at her official facebook page so Virginia can read them all!

Electric Dreams 35th Anniversary Screening!

A truly magical evening happened last night! Virginia Madsen, Lenny Von Dohlen and screenwriter Rusty Lemorande attended the 35th Anniversary Reunion Screening of Electric Dreams at The Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, California. Cool photos of the reunion have been added to the photo gallery!

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