Spotted With Son Finn; Talks Mob City And Landing New Pilot

Edward Burns Walks His Son To School

Celebrity dad Ed Burns was spotted yesterday afternoon as he walked home from school with his son Finn in New York City.

Ed’s job on the new show Mob City has led to landing a pilot deal.  He shared, “Fortunately for me, I hit it off with the folks at TNT. After we wrapped, about a month later, I came back to them and said, “Hey, I have an idea for a show.” They said, “We loved working with you. We’d love to hear it.” Now, I’m going to shoot my own pilot for TNT set in New York against the world of cops, and this big Irish American family, set in 1967.”

Ed shared that he’s in shock over how much fun he’s having on the set of Mob City, where he plays mobster Bugsy Siegel.  “Me and the other actors were sitting there on the set that day. We’re looking at one another, and we’re like, “Can you believe this s—? We’re actually getting paid to do this!” It was a blast. This is the most fun I’ve had acting since “Saving Private Ryan.” Easily. It got me to fall back in love with acting.”

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Celebrity Families Turn Out For The NYC Screening Of The Lion King 3D

A number of celebrity parents and their kids turned out this morning for a special screening of The Lion King 3D.

Among the famous families: Kelly Ripa, Brooke Shields, Kelly Rutherford, Christy Turlington, and Ed Burns.

Are you looking forward to seeing The Lion King back in theaters in 3D?

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Christy Turlington Reveals Traumatic Birth Experience

Model Christy Turlington has described the trauma she suffered following the birth of her first child – she had to undergo an “excruciatingly painful” emergency procedure just an hour after she delivered the baby.

The brunette beauty and her actor husband Edward Burns welcomed their daughter Grace in 2003 and she enjoyed a “perfect” birth, even though the tot was two weeks late.  However, doctors became worried when more than an hour passed after the delivery and Turlington had still failed to pass the baby’s placenta.  The star was diagnosed with a postpartum haemorrhage (PPH), a potentially life-threatening complication, and medics were required to remove the placenta by hand – which Turlington describes as “an excruciatingly painful experience”.  She tells Britain’s Daily Mail,

“The whole experience (birth) was perfect. I thought I could happily do it over and over again. The staff looking after me came in and checked on us every so often but I hardly noticed what was going on around me as I was totally preoccupied with my new daughter and my husband.

“Our obstetrician was called as after almost an hour I still hadn’t delivered the placenta. He said he would have to remove it by hand. The procedure must be done quickly – there is no time for painkillers. The placenta has to be torn away and the doctor needs to make sure there is nothing left inside, as this can cause infections.

“It was an excruciatingly painful experience. The delivery of Grace was nothing compared to it and I’d had no pain relief then either. There was a lot of bleeding, but what happened was nobody’s fault. My doctor and his team were fantastic.”

Turlington has since teamed up with a number of charities to highlight the importance of good hospital facilities in third-world countries and she is backing the Every Mother Counts campaign, which aims to combat unnecessary deaths during childbirth.  She explains,

“The fact is 90 per cent of these maternal deaths are preventable.”

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