Do You Have Any Burning Questions for Watchmen's Jeffrey Dean Morgan?
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
We know you loved Jeffrey Dean Morgan as the dearly departed Denny Duquette on Grey's Anatomy, John Winchester on Supernatural and Judah Botwin on Weeds. (Why does he always play dead people?) Luckily for all you JDM fans, we snagged an interview with the up-and-coming movie star to chat about his role in Warner Bros.' Watchmen, which hits theaters March 6.
Directed by the visionary behind 300, Zack Snyder, Watchmen is based off the 1986 comic book series of the same name. The story is set in an alternative 1985, where superheroes exist and tensions between the U.S. and the Soviet Union are coming to a boiling point. Rorschach, a superhero vigilante, investigates the murder of a former hero, The Comedian (Morgan), and inadvertently discovers a widespread conspiracy to kill heroes, in turn changing the course of history.
So, what would you ask Jeffrey Dean about Watchmen, Grey's and his other ventures. (Before you ask, no, we will not ask him for his phone number.)
Look for his interview at TVGuide.com on March 4!