Making a Movie About My Life! (What else am I going to do?)

Hello, lovelies!

Here are some images from the most recent day of shooting the movie about my life.

As you can see, we have a leg-bone crew. There aren’t that many of them, but they work so well and so hard, you’d swear they were a skeleton crew! Cheers to them for being such dynamos! Teresa Teague, Cayce Means, Josh Williamson, and Reid Stegall are like my hands and feet these days. I mean I absolutely cannot do without them.

If you’ve ever thought about making a movie about your life, you should totally do it. Take it from me, it’s a ton of fun.

We laughed and laughed!

Until we didn’t.

Y’all, Vince Canlas and Mark Ashworth may be super cute and real-real funny, but they were two of the worst dates I’ve ever had. Both ended badly. And the manager at Pupil seemed to think they both ended loudly. It’s hard for me to say. You’ll have to see for yourselves and let me know what you think.

Stay tuned for more about The Gilda Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show movie as we go. For more info about that, click here!

Thanks a ton, y’all! (And happy Chinese New Year!)

Rabbi Spiderman’s Alter Ego!

Y’all, Mean Mama Dog is proud to announce that Rabbi Spiderman will be playing the part of New Vaudeville clown, Vincenzo Tortorici in the movie about my life.

Oy! I am just tickled pink to welcome him aboard this rocket ship we love to call The Gilda Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show movie. Rabbi Spiderman is a real ham, y’all, (oddly enough) so this should totally ROCK!

Stay tuned. Donations welcome HERE, lovelies! And thanks a ton!

Diva Thespian Kathleen McManus Joins Team Gilda Sue!

Y’all, I am just tickled pink and real-real thrilled about the host of Atlanta’s theatre and film professionals climbing on the boat we love to call The Gilda Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show movie.

The latest is Suzi Bass Award winner Kathleen McManus. I KNOW! I love folks who win awards, and you should too.

Suzi is basically the Tony of Atlanta. I’m working on getting them to make Gilda Sue into the Oscar of Atlanta. Elton could be the Grammy of Atlanta! He does actually sort of look like my Grammy O’Donahue these days, now that I think of it. Especially since his face lift.

But my point is that having Suzi Bass Award winner Kathleen McManus on Team Gilda Sue absolutely ROCKS! I mean they don’t give these awards to just anybody, y’all. Jeez.

You can’t wait to see this thing, can you?

Stay tuned for more of the latest news about everything Gilda Sue.

Cheers, y’all!

P.S. Your donations to the cause are super appreciated, I swear!

World’s Worst Date and the World’s Coolest Ride!

Y’all, I just spent the worst evening of my life in the coolest car I’ve ever seen. This fuzzy limo is covered in astroturf. I KNOW! You’ll get to see my date with the “gentleman” I met on in The Gilda Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show movie. Oy!

Hey, help get the movie about my life to the big screen by donating a little cash HERE!

Thanks, lovelies!


Love and The Famously Self-Rightous, Unaccountably Irresponsible T.V. Star!

First, let me say I heard that the Stone Soup Kitchen Art Show/Fund Raiser for the movie about my life went absolutely gang-busters. The folks at Mean Mama Dog Productions were super thrilled. They raised some money, and apparently had a rockin’ good time. The folks at Stone Soup Kitchen went above and beyond the call of duty, making tasty snacks and being all-around great hosts. So thanks a ton to them and to everyone who came out to participate!

Second, let me apologize for not actually attending the event. See, CNN’s Nancy Grace came over that morning, y’all, to kvetch about her man David, who says he will never change diapers for those twins again. Ever. Oy! So we drank a few pitchers of Drambuie Sangria I discovered in my fridge, and I found it super easy to agree with Nancy’s assessment that her husband is a total schlemiel. I mean, what kind of man makes babies with CNN’s Nancy Grace, anyway? Well, we got carried away and ended up at Swinging Richard’s, that place with the naked dancing boys. I KNOW! I swore I’d never go back after last time, but Nancy insisted. You know how she is.

Anyway, we were doing body shots off of this hot Brazilian scooter hawker (Eber!) we met out in back of the club (he helped me hold Nancy’s wig while she vomited into Anderson Cooper’s gym bag a few hours earlier, just before she got her second wind) when I realized how late it was, and that I needed to skeedadle! But what was I to do about this barely conscious, stark-raving drunk Nancy Grace? Luckily, just then, Nancy’s cell phone rang. It was her worried twins asking if they needed to come pick their mama up, to which I answered, “God, yes!” Turns out those brats are already thirteen and driving their very own Porsche Turbo Cabriolet (which explains David’s firm and, quite frankly, reasonable diaper duty decision).

The Wonder Twins, Lucy Elizabeth and John David, arrived just as Eber and Andy revved up the Mini Cooper and zoomed away singing what I think was “I Want To Be Loved By You” in Portuguese. Little Lucy dragged CNN’s Nancy Grace into the backseat of the Porsche while John David fished the keys to his mama’s Lincoln Town Car out of her garter belt, and those little twins piloted those two vehicles just like seasoned professional Adult Children of Famously Self-Righteous and Unaccountably Irresponsible T.V. Star Parents. So cute.

It was at about this time that I powered up my flip phone and saw that the Mean Mama Dog folks had been calling and texting me for hours, wondering where the heck the sangria was. (RIGHT! I knew there was an actual specific reason I’d made that stuff!) So I zoomed on over to the event, but, by the time my bus pulled up to the cafe, it was all over.

Third, please forgive my absence that night. I’m real-real grateful to every single one of you, and I hope we can all do it again real-real soon. And when I say “all,” I mean almost all. And when I say “it,” I mean something totally different. And when I say “soon,” I mean before the twins restore CNN’s Nancy Grace’s driving privileges.

Next time, y’all!


To All the Cinematographers I’ve Loved Before

Y’all, movie making is a Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride through Yo-Yo Town, and don’t let anyone tell you any different.

Oy! Just when six things fall into place, two and a half things totally fall apart, and one thing just vanishes. For some, it would be a super difficult struggle to stay optimistic, (or “optimistish” as my bobeshi always said) but I am good at it. Real-real. It’s like the thing I’m best at.

So, to all the cinematographers I’ve loved before, who’ve traveled in and out my door, I can’t say I’m glad you came along, and I dedicate nothing to you, not even a golden oldie by an international singing sex-sation and a Texas pot-head who happens to be my secret boyfriend (don’t tell Christian Bale!).

To my future cinematographer I say this: I have much to offer and much to gain from our collaboration, and I anticipate your joyous arrival. You will be the one whose handshake means something!