Jennifer Beals inspires a song

The Lovebugs are a very popular pop band in Switzerland and on their latest album “Life Is Today” one particular track caught our attention. The song in question is titled “Jennifer Beals”.
Adrian, the lead singer and writer of the band, tells Jennifer-Beals.com what inspired his song: “ I saw Jennifer Beals in Flashdance when I was a teenager back in the eighties and had, like most men, a crush on her.  By chance I saw the movie again a few months ago on tv. It brought back so many memories and I thought that it would be great to turn them into a song. The song tells about somebody who lives for passion, somebody who gives everything for her (or his) dream and don’t care about what other people might think or say”.

It’s a good song (and album), check it out on Itunes http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/life-is-today-deluxe-version/id510126356

An Evening For Tibet, a fundraiser event with Jennifer Beals and Sharon Stone

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Jennifer Beals and Sharon Stone are the special guests for ‘An Evening For Tibet’ a fundraising event to benefit the work of the International Campaign for Tibet on the occassion of his Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama’s visit to San Diego next week. The fundraiser will also feature Lodi Gyari, special envoy to the Dalai Lama and executive director of the International Campaign for Tibet.
For more information visit this link http://lajolla.patch.com/announcements/an-evening-for-tibet-a-benefit-for-international-campaign-for-tibet

An Evening For Tibet will take place at the Cesak Residence in La Jolla, CA on Tuesday, April 17th at 6 pm. Tickets cost $250.

Jennifer Beals in Widow Detective, a new pilot for CBS

Jennifer Beals and Paula Marshall are set to co-star opposite John Corbett in the CBS drama pilot Widow Detective, written by David Hubbard, produced by CSI maven Carol Mendelsohn and directed by Davis Guggenheim.

Jennifer Beals to star in Jazz film ‘Lord of Vinyl’

Jennifer Beals is set to topline and produce the indie jazz pic “The Lord of Vinyl,” which will mark the directorial debut of Dennis Bartok, who wrote the script and will also produce with Patrick Cunningham (“Martha Marcy May Marlene”).
Pic follows the bittersweet life and comic despair of a lonely 40-something Angeleno who’s obsessed with jazz and hides from the disappointment of the world inside the beauty of music. He unexpectedly finds himself exploring the possibility of new love with an unhappily married post office worker (Beals) just as he attempts a reconciliation with his estranged 11-year old daughter, now living with his ex-wife and former best friend.

Could Jennifer be back in Castle?

Andrew W Marlowe, creator of the tv series Castle, tells TVGuide about Jennifer Beals’ character Sophia: “I always knew that she was going to be the bad guy and we were going to kill her in the end. But I also know that in any sort of CIA-inspired story, nobody is ever really dead for certain, I like to have my cake and eat it too. It’s all depending on where our storytelling takes us and assuming that Jennifer had a good time and wants to come back and play with us.”
Source: TVGuide

Jennifer Beals at the Women In Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party

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Jennifer attended on Friday evening the 5th Annual Women In Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party co hosted by Gwyneth Paltrow alongside Women in Film President Cathy Schulman at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood.
Other stars attending were Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Blythe Danner, Ari Graynor, Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens and more.
For pictures of this event, check out our gallery