Bossip had a Todd Bridges sighting at Tuesday night’s premiere of “Madison County” in LA:
One of horror’s most highly-anticipated films, Madison County made its world premiere as a marquee presentation during ScreamFest 2011. Madison County is a horror film about a group of college kids that travel to a remote, mountain town called Madison County, to interview the author of a tell-all book on the accounts of the grisly murders that happened in the town over two decades before. Upon their arrival, the author is nowhere to be found and the townspeople state that they haven’t seen him in years. They also deny that Damien Ewell, the notorious murderer, ever existed and that the murders ever happened.
Bridges revealed to Bossip.com exclusively that he is busy writing a follow-up to his explosive best-selling book, “Killing Willis” for a target release date in early June 2012 when he returns to the big screen in Adam Sandler’s “I Hate You, Dad.”
We’re proud to see Todd doing so well now that he’s off that stuff. Keep up the good work homie.