Want to see a somebody, anybody, from Magic Mike in the flesh? Of course you do. Joe Manganiello, one of the stars of the movie, will be attending The Palm Beach International Film Festival, which celebrates its 20th anniversary with a gala Saturday night. The 37-year-old six-foot-five beefcake, currently dating Sofia Vergara, will be presented with a well deserved career achievement award for his um, standout, work in MM (currently filming the XXL sequel) as well as on HBO’s True Blood. Manganiello plays fan-favorite Alcide Herveaux, the loyal, no-nonsense werewolf.
Tickets to the gala: $150 (www.pbifilmfest.org, 561-362-0003). A selfie with Manganiello: Priceless.
MOVING ON OUT
Now that Juan Pablo Galavis is single, he’s got his pick of the litter in Miami. His only competition might have been Michael Garofola, his fellow competitor on Desiree Hartsock’s Bachelorette season. But Garofola, a lawyer, packed up and left town last week for a new job working in-house at an energy trading/chemical export company, he wrote on Facebook. So next time you see him he may be wearing a cowboy hat.
Need a job and like having cameras around? Cano Health medical center is holding a casting call for a new healthcare-oriented, Spanish-language reality TV show called Medicina Moderna from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 15 at its offices located at 680 N. University Drive in Pembroke Pines. Twelve contestants will be selected to compete for a grand prize of $10,000 and an executive position at Cano Health, which pays a $50,000 salary.
The premise of Medicina Moderna, set to air in early 2015 on the VME TV network and hosted by Venezuelan journalist Luis Sosa, is to “educate and entertain viewers on the clinical and administrative aspects of modern medicine,” according to a release.
Contestants do not need a medical background, but must be between the ages of 18-45. Being bilingual is a plus (if you’re a Spanish-speaker reading this, that shouldn’t be a problem). More info at canotv.com
Brace yourself for a shark attack! The Syfy Network has announced it will film 2015 release Sharknado 3, yet another in the series of so-bad-it’s-gold disaster flicks starring a swirling cloud of man-eaters, in our very own Sunshine State. The third Sharknado film will begin with an attack on Washington, D.C., then chomp its way down the eastern seaboard to Orlando. Somebody really should tell Syfy that Orlando isn’t on the coast. Oh, never mind.