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Posted Wednesday 1/23/19 at 12:47PM EST
Mark-Paul Gosselaar reveals he once dated Saved by the Bell co-star Elizabeth Berkley
Source: E! Online
"When you're working on a set, and we were young, there's no one around really. I mean, you work and live in a bubble," The Passage star said on Anna Faris' Unqualified podcast. He added: "You're in L.A., right. You're in your cars and you come to set and you do your work and you're with these beautiful women and then you go back in your car...and you're not going to school, so you don't have a lot of choices."
Posted Wednesday 1/16/19 at 10:16PM EST
Mario Lopez and Mark-Paul Gosselaar reunite for a "30-year challenge" meme
Source: The Daily Mail
The former Saved by the Bell co-stars, now ages 44 and 45 respectively, decided to add 20 years to the trending #10yearchallenge meme.
Posted Tuesday 1/15/19 at 5:58AM EST
Fox's The Passage has no idea what it wants to be
Source: The A.V. Club
"It’s a dull political thriller, predictable procedural, and an even worse horror show, and its attempts at humor feel out of whack with the overwhelmingly self-serious tone of everything else," says Kyle Fowle. "On top of all that, there’s hardly a single actor that can convey an emotion beyond being gruff. That’s not necessarily the fault of the actors, because the writing is atrocious."
- The Passage is hokey yet mildly entertaining: "It’s got a pulse and you can sharpen a fang to it"
- The show isn't yet able to convey the yawning horror the book so effectively evoke
- Saniyya Sidney is the true star, despite Mark-Paul Gosselaar's top billing
- The Passage is doomed by its unwillingness to commit to its own darkness
- The result is disappointing, but Fox deserves credit for at least trying for a big swing by adapting this unadaptable book
- The Passage author Justin Cronin warns that changes from the book to TV were unavoidable
Posted Monday 1/14/19 at 8:28AM EST
Mark-Paul Gosselaar forgot Saved by the Bell parodied Donald Trump
Source: The Daily Beast
When The Daily Beast recently asked the Zack Morris actor about a 1991 episode mocking "Donald Chump," he responded: “We did?! Really? Back in ’91?!”
Posted Wednesday 1/09/19 at 9:32PM EST
Mark-Paul Gosselaar: Saved by the Bell cast doesn't get residuals due to "really bad deals"
“We made really bad deals,” he said on Watch What Happens Live. “Poor deals, back then. It is what it is. You move on, you learn. Great experience.” ALSO: Gosselaar also claimed he hasn't spoken to co-star Dustin Diamond in 25 years.
Posted Tuesday 10/23/18 at 2:36PM EDT
Vampire drama The Passage gets a Fox premiere date and trailer
The drama based on Justin Cronin’s novels about a vampire virus starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Saniyya Sidney premieres on Jan. 14.
Posted Tuesday 5/15/18 at 10:53PM EDT
Fox's The Passage "looks a lot like a lot of other things"
The trailer for the Mark-Paul Gosselaar vampire drama looks like an amalgamation of so many shows, movies and video games. "The average Fox viewer sitting down to watch The Passage isn’t going to do the math to figure out what’s derivative and what just looks derivative in 2018," says Matthew Dessem. "They’ll just see the trailer—a montage of familiar images, ideas, and plot threads, stitched together willy-nilly and brought to a shambling approximation of life—and think it looks a lot like something they’ve seen before."
Posted Tuesday 5/08/18 at 4:32PM EDT
Fox picks up vampire drama The Passage, starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar
Gosselaar plays a federal agent who is charged with protecting a young girl who is the test subject for a new government virus that could trigger an outbreak of vampire-like beings. The Passage is based on Justin Cronin's bestselling book trilogy of the same name.
Posted Thursday 2/15/18 at 4:30AM EST
Entourage alum Emmanuelle Chriqui joins Fox thriller pilot The Passage
She'll join a cast includes Mark-Paul Gosselaar in the series based on Justin Cronin’s best-selling trilogy of the same name.
Posted Wednesday 1/17/18 at 11:05PM EST
Funny Or Die’s Zack Morris is Trash documents the Saved by the Bell character’s sociopathic tendencies
Source: The A.V. Club
The video series highlights just how terrible Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s was on the NBC teen series.
Posted Monday 12/11/17 at 9:04AM EST
Los Angeles Chargers featured a Saved by the Bell reunion
Mark-Paul Gosselaar joined longtime Chargers fan Mario Lopez at Sunday's game vs. the Washington Redskins