1. Actor Corin Nemec is moving to the Tampa Bay area to make independent movies.
  2. 'Highlander' actor Adrian Paul, left, will be bringing his traveling swordplay course, 'The Sword Experience', right, to Tampa on Saturday.
  3. Hallie, CJ and John Twomey. After CJ Twomey killed himself, more than 1,000 strangers volunteered to help spread his ashes around the world. That story is told through the documentary "Scattering CJ."
  4. Ricardo Angulo, 35, on left, audio visual technician of the Tampa Bay Community Network, talks with Antonia McCutcheon, 52, the executive director of the Tampa Bay Community Network, as they work to finish setting up a new studio in Tampa.
  5. For one day, Sept. 3, 2022, movie tickets will be just $3 in the vast majority of American theaters as part of a newly launched “National Cinema Day” to lure moviegoers during a quiet spell at the box office.
  6. Lutz native Tyler Riggs wrote, directed and starred in the movie "God's Waiting Room" based on his experiences in Tampa.
  7. Bryan Cranston speaks to the media at the Tampa Theatre before a private screening of "The Infiltrator" in 2016.
  8. Anne Heche arrives at the premiere of "The Tender Bar" on Dec. 12, 2021, at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles.  Heche remained hospitalized on a ventilator to help her breathe and faced surgery Tuesday, four days after the actor was injured in a fiery car crash.
  9. John Travolta, left, and Olivia Newton-John arrive at The Penfolds Icon Gala Dinner in Los Angeles on Jan. 14, 2006. Travolta, who starred with Newton-John in "Grease," presented Newton-John with the "Lifetime Achievement award. Newton-John, a longtime resident of Australia whose sales topped 100 million albums, died Monday at her southern California ranch, John Easterling, her husband, wrote on Instagram and Facebook. She was 73.
  10. Alicia Drumheller, dressed as Darth Talon, and Erica Parlow, dressed as Darth Raven, pose for photos with fans during the Tampa Bay Comic Convention on Sunday.
  11. In this combo of file photos, Chris Rock, left, appears at the FX portion of the Television Critics Association Winter press tour in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 9, 2020; and Will Smith appears at the 94th Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Los Angeles on March 7, 2022. Smith has again apologized to Chris Rock for slapping him during the Oscar telecast in a new video, saying that his behavior was “unacceptable” and revealing that he reached out to the comedian to discuss the incident but was told Rock wasn't ready.
  12. Bob Layton is a comic book artist and writer noted for his work on Marvel titles like Iron Man, Ant-Man and War Machine.
  13. Driector Stephen Guidry White looks into his monitor while Brian Ham films a scene. A film crew shooting for National Geographic films a scene depicting a shark attacks for the second season of "Shark Attack Files" in December in Treasure Island.
  14. Actor Paul Bettany, who plays Vision in the Marvel universe, canceled his appearance at this weekend's Tampa Bay Comic Convention.
  15. “I’m currently in Florida, directing my first movie!” actor Haylie Duff wrote on Instagram from Clearwater. The movie, which started three weeks of shooting on both sides of the bridge on Monday, is tentatively titled “Project Baby.”
  16. Steven Ball, 42, is the resident artist at Tampa Theatre. On Aug. 28, as part of its Summer Classics series, he will play the Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Organ, a magnificent, 1,400-pipe instrument, to accompany silent movies.
  17. Franklin Delano Floyd aka Warren Marshall aka Trenton B. Davis aka Clarence Hughes.
  18. Paul Bettany, who plays Vision in the Marvel series of films, will make an appearance at Tampa Bay Comic Convention July 29-31.
  19. Former USF basketball star Tony Grier (standing) directed and produced a documentary about musician Bobby Brooks Wilson (sitting). The documentary is called "The Last Teardrop."
  20. Col. Tom Parker, who managed the career of Elvis Presley for 22 years, in his Nashville office. Tom Hanks portrays Parker in the "Elvis" movie.
  21. Christine Ponthieux was a bookkeeper at Benz Model & Talent Agency. She sent a letter throughout the state alleging corruption at the Tampa agency. She then died by suicide on April 25.
  22. This photo from 2014's Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando shows the first time they had a haunted house based on the 1978 movie "Halloween."
  23. Felissa Rose, as shown here in the 1983 cult-horror movie Sleepaway Camp, will make an appearance at the Tampa Bay Screams Horror Convention June 11-12.
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