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Spotlight: Got Your 6's Celebrity Supporters

Got Your 6 is a campaign designed to change the conversation in America such that veterans and military families are seen as civic assets and leaders who will reinvigorate our community. The campaign combines the reach and resources of the top American entertainment studios, networks and agencies with the expertise and commitment of more than two dozen nonprofit organizations. Through an extensive media footprint and a set of substantial service commitments, Got Your 6 will ensure successful reintegration of veterans into civilian life.

Be the Change, Inc., an independent not-for-profit organization, is the organizing body and fiscal sponsor of Got Your 6.

Celebrity supporters

Got Your 6 has 34 known supporters, including Sheryl Crow, Eva Longoria, and Tom Hanks

Areas of work Veteran/Service Member Support Read more about Got Your 6's work and celebrity supporters. Related articles Sara Evans Joins Meghan McCain At Got Your 6 Event For Veteran
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Brian Dennehy, J.K. Simmons & More Board Larry Clarke’s ‘Life Support’ – Afm

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Brian Dennehy, J.K. Simmons & More Board Larry Clarke’s ‘Life Support’ – Afm
Brian Dennehy and J.K. Simmons have joined the cast of Larry Clarke’s feature directorial debut Life Support, which is currently shooting around Los Angeles. Taylor & Dodge is handling foreign, and will be selling the film at Afm from Nov. 1-8. Conduit will be handling domestic. Also joining Dennehy and Simmons is Lesley Ann Warren, Tom Arnold, David Koechner, Mo Gaffney (Absolutely Fabulous, The Mick) as well as Mike O'Malley (Sully, Glee), Julie Ann Emery (AMC's Preache…
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Dead Ant Brings the Drive-In Movie Back in Time for Halloween

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Dead Ant Brings the Drive-In Movie Back in Time for Halloween
Dead Ant isn't just some fly-by-night cult oddity that is looking to cash in on the Halloween season. It's a bonafide Drive-In thriller that mixes comedy with rock and roll, adding in some killer insects and quite a bit of madness. It's the type of movie we don't see too much of any more. And that's one of the reasons star Tom Arnold wanted to take it on in the first place.

Tom Arnold stars in the movie with Stranger Things and Goonies favorite Sean Astin and former Hollywood bad boy Jake Busey. Also appearing in this madcap ode to sci-fi schlock from the 50s is Michael Horse, who plays the beloved Hawk on Twin Peaks. In the movie, which is being called 'too much fun' by critics, members of a metal band get a chance at a comeback when they are invited to perform at Coachella. When they become stranded in the desert,
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Freddy Krueger Launched Dead Ant Star Tom Arnold's Movie Career

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Freddy Krueger Launched Dead Ant Star Tom Arnold's Movie Career
The Nightmare on Elm Street franchise has helped launch many a film career in Hollywood, including Johnny Depp, Patricia Arquette, and Kelly Rowland, just to name a few. But none more notorious perhaps than the career of Tom Arnold. Halloween is almost here which means when we had the chance to speak with Tom Arnold about the new horror comedy Dead Ant, we couldn't resist the chance to get in a question about his relationship with MovieWeb's favorite horror movie killer Freddy Krueger.

The 58 year old actor and comedian, who earned an MTV Movie Award for Best Comedic Performance thanks to his supporting role in Arnold Schwarzenegger's True Lies, made his film debut in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, the supposed finale of the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, which arrived in September 1991.

It was the height of tabloid fame for Arnold and his then wife, Roseanne Barr,
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Watch: Amber Rose & Wiz Khalifa's Son Sebastian 'Loves Him Some' Taylor Swift — and Knows All the Words to 'Lwymmd'

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Watch: Amber Rose & Wiz Khalifa's Son Sebastian 'Loves Him Some' Taylor Swift — and Knows All the Words to 'Lwymmd'
Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa‘s son Sebastian Taylor is a Swiftie!

On Friday, the mother of one shared a video of her 4-year-old singing the lyrics of Taylor Swift‘s “Look What You Made Me Do,” and he knew all the words to the hit song.

“I don’t like your kingdom keys/ They once belonged to me/ You ask me for a place to sleep/ Locked me out and threw a feast,” Sebastian said.

This isn’t the first time fans and followers have seen Sebastian’s singing abilities.

In April, the rapper proudly shared a video on
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Why Sean Astin’s ‘Stranger Things 2’ Role Is More Than Stunt Casting (Exclusive)

Why Sean Astin’s ‘Stranger Things 2’ Role Is More Than Stunt Casting (Exclusive)
Longtime actor and former child star Sean Astin is not a fan of watching horror movies.

“That sensation of jumping because somebody's hand comes through the window to grab your throat -- I don't like that,” he tells Et, which is a bit ironic considering he’s starring in two back-to-back horror projects released in October.

First is Dead Ant, a campy film about killer ants, which Astin says is an homage to those ‘70s B-list horror movies like Empire of the Ants, that premiered at the 2017 ScreamFest in Hollywood, California. The film sees the actor playing an aging rocker with an insane mullet and bad tattoos, who doesn’t quite make it to the end. “I wish I had more time to play with the rest of the group,” Astin says of the cast, which includes Tom Arnold and Jake Busey, but he had fun playing up the Los Angeles music scene. “I felt strangely
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Weider biopic Bigger casts its young Arnold Schwarzenegger

Beeholder Productions has announced that it has found its young Arnold Schwarzenegger for Bigger, director George Gallo’s biopic of Joe and Ben Weider, with Mr. Universe 2014 Calum Von Moger set to take on the role of the Austrian Oak.

The film, which is in production now stars Tyler Hoechlin and Aneurin Barnard as bodybuilding pioneers Joe and Ben Weider, while the rest of the cast includes Julianne Hough, Victoria Justice, Robert Forster, Tom Arnold, Max Martini, DJ Qualls and Steve Gutternberg.

Bigger tells the story of the two brothers, who went on to revolutionise the sport of bodybuilding, co-founding the International Federation of Bodybuilding, Mr. Olympia, and launching a host of nutritional products, fitness equipment and publications.
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‘Dead Ant’ Star Tom Arnold Explains ‘Creature Feature’s’ Humorous Plot (Video)

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‘Dead Ant’ Star Tom Arnold Explains ‘Creature Feature’s’ Humorous Plot (Video)
Tom Arnold never thought he’d be in a movie called “Dead Ant,” but life is just as unpredictable as the peyote smoked by characters in the film. “We worked a lot with the green screen, so you’re taking a leap of faith,” Arnold told TheWrap’s Stuart Brazell. “Dead Ant” is a comedy-horror movie that follows an early ’90s hair band as they head out to the desert to play the popular Coachella Music Festival — except, they’re actually playing at the knock-off concert “No-Chella,” because band manager Danny (Arnold’s character) couldn’t get them into the real thing.
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Tom Arnold: Donald Trump's NFL Hate Ain't About the Flag, It's an Old Grudge

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[[tmz:video id="0_661966q7"]] Tom Arnold is Destroying Donald Trump for his war on the NFL ... and tells TMZ Sports he knows the real reason Potus is going after the league and its players. Tom says Trump's still pissed about a failed attempt to buy the Dallas Cowboys back in the day ... a business move that could've meant billions. "He's mad because they wouldn't give him a franchise.” "They wouldn’t let him do it and he holds resentment ... and it’s ridiculous.
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Spotlight: Tom Arnold's Charity Work

Tom provides two full scholarships every year to students attending Indian Hills Community College. The scholarships cover full tuition, fees, book costs, and room and board costs for students living in the dormitories.

He also established the First Chance Scholarship Program with the University of Phoenix, and leads the program with the support of an Advisory Board and the University.

Arnold supports the Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis through their Race to Erase Ms gala fundraiser.

Charities & foundations supported

Tom Arnold has supported the following charities:

After-School All-StarsBony Pony RanchCamp del CorazonChris Evert CharitiesCollaboration FoundationComic ReliefElizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS FoundationFace ForwardFirst Chance Scholarship ProgramGlobal Fund for WomenGot Your 6Love Our Children USAMake-a-Wish FoundationOperation HomefrontProfessional Baseball Scouts FoundationRace to Erase Ms Read more about Tom Arnold's charity work and events. Related articles Comic Relief Brings Laughter to New OrleansTom Arnold To Auction MotorcycleTom Arnold Roasts For CharityGet Ready For
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Screamfest L.A. 2017: Exclusive Opening Night Photos, Video, and Interviews with Dead Ant’s Ron Carlson and Tom Arnold

With the 17th Annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival having kicked off last night at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, CA, with the World Premiere of filmmaker Ron Carlson’s horror-comedy feature film Dead Ant, we were there on the carpet to… Continue Reading →

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Abuse Survivor Tom Arnold Wants Prison for Harvey Weinstein: ‘We’re Men… What Is Wrong With Us?’

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Abuse Survivor Tom Arnold Wants Prison for Harvey Weinstein: ‘We’re Men… What Is Wrong With Us?’
The Harvey Weinstein accusations have struck Tom Arnold deeply. As a survivor of childhood rape, he is worried that the reports of Weinstein preying on women for decades will trigger painful memories for other survivors. And he’s sickened that more men haven’t stood up to abusers. “We’re men. Why are we letting guys do this to women? What the f— is wrong with us?” he asked. “What is wrong with us?” In an interview with TheWrap on Tuesday, he also said he has been in touch with Rose McGowan, who the New York Times identified as one of several women who.
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Tom Arnold, Me and Trump Used to Hit Up Playboy Mansion!!!

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[[tmz:video id="0_ddz4k75x"]] Tom Arnold gave a heartfelt tribute to Hugh Hefner Friday night -- how Hef introduced him to the female body -- and he also dropped some tea about Donald Trump. We got Tom Friday night in WeHo leaving Craig's, and talked about how he and Trump used to hit up some of the legendary Playboy Mansion parties. He also has a hilarious story about how he had Shannon Tweed, Playmate of the Year circa 1982, plastered
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Exclusive ‘Dead Ant’ Images Hit the Road to Screamfest

Exclusive ‘Dead Ant’ Images Hit the Road to Screamfest
When the “one-hit-wonder” glam-metal band “Sonic Grave” embark on a trip to Coachella in hopes of a comeback, their peyote trip pit stop in Joshua Tree incites an “unworldly” vicious attack, and they must “rock” themselves out of harm’s way. Cabin Fever: Patent Zero‘s Sean Astin,, True LiesTom Arnold, The FrightenersJake Busey and Straw DogsRhys Coiro are starring in Dead Ant, an […]
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The Prisoner at 50: celebrating a landmark TV show

Jamie Andrew Sep 29, 2017

Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, Patrick McGoohan’s The Prisoner was imaginative, unfathomable, and years ahead of its time...

It’s fifty years this month since The Prisoner premiered on British screens, bringing with it blazers, badges and mind-bending bad guys. The show ran for a mere two years, two truncated seasons and seventeen episodes, but its surreal imagery, iconic catchphrases, cerebral plots and absolutely bonkers ending have earned it a perennial place in our cultural consciousness.

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It's truly an odd-beast, quintessentially sixties in some respects, timeless in others. It's hard to describe or define it as any one thing: it's a spy show that isn't a spy show; it's an action show with bigger
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Hugh Hefner Remembered by Friends, Celebrities and Playboy Bunnies

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Hugh Hefner Remembered by Friends, Celebrities and Playboy Bunnies
Hugh Hefner, the legendary founder of Playboy magazine, has sadly passed away. Hugh Hefner died on Wednesday night at the age of 91 and now celebrities and former Playboy Bunnies are paying tribute to the legendary cultural icon via social media. Hefner helped to launch the careers of many models and actresses through the magazine including Pamela Anderson, Jenny McCarthy, and Donna D'Errico, just to name a few. In addition to the models and actresses, Hefner also helped boost the careers of writers and comedians while fighting for freedom of speech.

Drew Barrymore, Farrah Fawcett and Linda Evans are among those who have posed for Playboy. Several Playboy Bunnies became celebrities, too, including Blondie singer Deborah Harry and model Lauren Hutton, both of whom have good memories of their time with Hugh Hefner and Playboy. Hefner ran Playboy from his elaborate mansions, first in Chicago and then in Los Angeles, and
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Kim Kardashian, Jesse Jackson, Jenny McCarthy and More Mourn the Death of Hugh Hefner

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Kim Kardashian, Jesse Jackson, Jenny McCarthy and More Mourn the Death of Hugh Hefner
He was a pioneer of the ’60s sexual revolution, a champion of civil rights and free speech, and created one of the most popular magazines and brand that not only became a playground for Hollywood’s biggest stars, but also changed publishing and pop culture forever.

So it’s fitting that in the wake of the news of Hugh Hefner‘s death, everyone from celebrities to politicians to former Playboy cover models would take to social media to express their condolences and honor Hefner’s legacy.

There were those who admired him and enjoyed time at his infamous Playboy mansion,
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Julianne Hough cast in Weider biopic Bigger

Grease: Live! star Julianne Hough is set to take on the role of fitness pioneer Betty Weider in Bigger, the upcoming biopic of Joe and Ben Weider from director George Gallo (Middle Men).

The film will explore the rags to riches story of the Weider brothers, Jewish immigrants who rose from poverty to change the face of professional bodybuilding, launching the Mr. Olympia contest, and building an empire of fitness equipment and nutritional supplements. Betty, a former pinup model, and her husband Joe also co-founded Shape magazine, the most successful women’s health and fitness publication in the United States.

Bigger sees Tyler Hoechlin and Aneurin Barnard as Joe and Ben Weider, while the cast also includes Kevin Durand, Colton Haynes, Victoria Justice, Max Martini, Robert Forster, Tom Arnold and Calum Von Moger.
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James Cameron, McG and Marc Guggenheim team for True Lies TV series

True Lies is heading to the small screen, with THR reporting that Fox has given a put pilot commitment to a TV reboot of the 1994 action-comedy.

Marc Guggenheim (Arrow) is penning the script and McG (Charlie’s Angels) has signed on to direct. They will also executive produce along with James Cameron, who wrote, produced and directed the original film. The TV reboot is described as “a modern version of the story about how a suburban couple adjusts when one of them is revealed to be a spy.”

True Lies starred Arnold Schwarzenegger as Harry Tasker, a family man posing as a computer salesman, who is actually leading a double life as a black ops agent. Also featuring in the cast of the film were Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, Bill Paxton, Art Malik and Tia Carrere.
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