Stage Five Clingers, Buffy alums and lions — oh my!
In this week's Grey's Anatomy, Teddy finally deals with Henry's death, Callie gets majorly jealous, Alex has lady issues and Cristina finally lets Owen have it. Really, this feels like early Grey's, but the gang's all grown up... and there was a lion. Let's take a look at this week's top moments:
To prepare for her role as Sarah Palin in HBO's upcoming film, Game Change, Julianne Moore hired a vocal coach, read Going Rogue and watched her TV docu-series, Sarah Palin's Alaska.
"That's frankly adorable," Moore told reporters Friday at HBO's winter TV previews. "She's a very caring and a very involved parent. ... I think that was something that was very compelling and very interesting."
The film, based on the book of the same name, follows Sen. John McCain's campaign from the start of his search for a...
Sarah Paulson (Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip) and Ally McBeal alum Peter MacNicol have joined the HBO film Game Change, Deadline reports.
Paulson will portray McCain's ambitious and wholesome senior campaign adviser Nicolle Wallace. MacNicol will step into the role of McCain's campaign manager Rick Davis, who oversaw all...
Woody Harrelson will star opposite Julianne Moore and Ed Harris in HBO's Game Change, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Ed Harris to play John McCain in HBO's Game Change
Game Change, based on the book by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, will center on...
John McCain, Ed Harris
Ed Harris will play the John McCain to Julianne Moore's Sarah Palin in HBO's Game Change, Deadline reports.
Harris, 60, will play the presidential candidate and longtime Arizona senator in HBO's upcoming film about...
Julianne Moore, Sarah Palin
Step aside, Tina Fey.
Julianne Moore has signed to play Sarah Palin in an upcoming HBO film about the 2008 presidential election, Deadline reports.
The project, titled Game Change, is based on Mark Halperin and John Heilemann's book that follows Sen. John McCain's campaign, from his selection of a...
I dont know about you but unlike last years Carver-involved finale I thoroughly enjoyed tonights season finale and its ending with Christian surprisingly joining Sean in LA And I of course will tell you just why I enjoyed itBye-bye Escobar its been nice knowing ya I was overjoyed that Escobar was finally killed and not by Liz For a brief moment I really thought Liz was going to pull the trigger It wouldve been a good way to get revenge on the person responsible for her lack of a kidney But having Escobars wife Gala Idalis DeLeon convince Liz to put the gun down and then taking the gun and shooting Escobar to death made more sense Gala married Escobar to protect her children not because she was madly in love with him More on the fabulous Idalis laterNo evidence The way Christian Sean and Liz disposed of Escobars body was quite appropriate Feeding him to an alligator by wrapping him up and tying a bunch of meat to his entire body just like Christi