Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Martin Henderson
A drama pilot being shepherded in part by Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes has found its "McDreamy."
Inside the Box, from Richard Robbins and exec-produced by Rhimes and Betsy Beers, is set in a Washington news bureau and revolves around Catherine, a hard-hitting producer. Playing coworker Jake — aka the Derek to Catherine's Meredith — will be ...
Patrick Dempsey (Grey's Anatomy), Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives) and Carmine Giovinazzo (CSI: NY)
Senior editors Matt Mitovich, Mickey O'Connor and Tim Molloy answer your questions every Wednesday. Please, feel free to drop us a line at email@example.com.
Grey's Anatomy's Derek has got his mother's ring. Now what? — Gayle
MATT: Dude needs to unload it and quick, I'd say! Instead (sigh), he will hold onto it long enough for virtually every Seattle Gracer — Meredith excluded, of course — to learn of the bauble's being and in turn offer their two cents on when and how he should pop the Q. Will Der stick to his original plan? And if so, does it involve a meticulously crafted arrangement of candles?
I love Tom Scavo on Desperate Housewives this season. Any scoop? — Marcia
MICKEY: Well, remember how it was Tom's dream to open an Italian restaurant, and how begrudgingly Lynette went along with the idea? Well, apparently now he has a different dream ...
Katherine Heigl and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Grey's Anatomy
The final day of the Television Critics Association winter press tour kicked off with ABC Entertainment president Stephen McPherson tackling such tough subjects as the ever-changing broadcast business model, the fate of the three-camera comedy, and ... whether he 'ships Izzie-Dead Denny.
"Listen, the viewers will be the judge; that's the good and the bad of this business," McPherson said when asked for his take on the controversial Grey's Anatomy storyline. "I think that when you get to the end of the season, you'll see everything that [Grey's creator Shonda Rhimes] had in mind. It might not be your cup of tea, but I think you ...
Sandra Oh (Grey's Anatomy), Jennifer Morrison (House) and Matthew Fox (Lost)
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Having Denny appear on one episode of Grey's Anatomy, because Izzie's memories were triggered by a case, is one thing. But to make him a ghostly fixture in her life and carry on some kind of romance from beyond the grave is beyond ridiculous. — Evie
MATT: I hear you. Getting it on with a ghost is so circa-1981 Barbara Hershey. Now, if s-e-x between living, breathing humans is what floats your boat — and lord knows the pickings are slim if you only watch Grey's, Ghost Whisperer and Supernatural these days — Drs. Owen Hunt and Cristina Yang might soon move beyond spontaneous necking and into full-on boinking. As Kevin McKidd himself tells me, "At the end of the day, this is Grey's Anatomy, so you can bet good money on it!" (Read my full Q&A with "McArmy" on Thursday. Great Scot, he gave up crazy Journeyman scoop!) As for Izzie and Denny, that "ghost story" isn't ending any time soon, seeing as Jeffrey Dean Morgan still has a few more appearances left (says EW's Ausiello).
I've missed Chase and Cameron on House, and was thrilled to see them in significant roles again. Are they more involved in future episodes? — Shane
MICKEY: Though the much-touted "hostage" episode airing Nov. 25 is kind of the Thirteen Show (Olivia Wilde is great in it), Chase and Cameron do ...
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Heading across the San Diego convention center to the Watchmen panel more than an hour before kick off this editor thought shed get a front-row seat and lots of time to catch up on her Comic-Con literature She was wrongFiling into the massive auditorium which was already almost full Watchmen fever was heating up While expectations for the dark mid-1980s comic movie are already mile-high it became clear that the director cast and illustrator knew what they were up against Here are some of the highlights of how director Zack Snyder and co fared in the face of serious fans149 Snyder was clear from the get-go that he approached the film with care He was so concerned with how the film turned out that he admitted to feeling responsible for it whether he made it or not The movie he said was a labor of love and to the delight of the audience he was trying to get as much of the graphic novel into the movie149 Dave Gibbons the original comics illustrato
Jeffrey Dean Morgan in Grey's Anatomy by Ron Tom/ABC
Jeffrey Dean Morgan is on his way back to Grey's Anatomy... but why, and how? JDM originally played Izzie's ill-fated patient/sweetheart, yet ultimately saw that run come to an end when Denny's ticker timed out.Morgan would later reprise his role for an episode in which a waterlogged Mer flirted with death, but was urged by Dead Denny and Dead Kyle Chandler to choose life.So what now? Is Grey's going to kill off Izzie, as has been rumored by one online site, and Denny will resurface to escort his love to The Other Side? In a word, no. For starters, at least one inside source assures me that there is no plan to off Izzie as a means of punishing outspoken cast member Katherine Heigl. Besides, Morgan has already filmed his scenes, which are to air in the season premiere, so the timing is too soon to even accomodate any such tearjerker. My take? Denny will appear to Izzie in a dream, as a sort of "epiphany" to the sometimes aimless doc to get her ish together. How and why would you brin...
Mary-Louise Parker's on-again/off-again romance with Jeffrey Dean Morgan is... off, and in a big way, I'd say. Parker has ended her relationship with her former Weeds costar, just months after they announced their engagement. A source close to the couple explains to the AP that M-LP and JDM simply have differing lifestyles, but adds that Parker holds Morgan in the highest regard and hopes that they can remain friends. MWMRelated: Movie News: Good Things for Supernatural Daddy M-LP and JDM Engaged; Monogrammed Towel Makers Predict Boom in Business Parker and Morgan No Longer a Couple JDM-MLP Romance Crippled by Excess of Awesome?
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First we told you about Jensen Ackles then you read about Jared Padalecki Now a third star of Supernatural is hitting the big screen Jeffrey Dean Morgan has inked a deal to star opposite Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling in All Good Things a murder mystery surrounding a 1980s real-estate dynastyHell also star in the romantic comedy The Accidental Husband with Uma Thurman in August and will appear in the Zack Snyder-directed Watchmen next year JR WhalenRelated149 Will You Be Jensen Ackles Bloody Valentine149 Friday the 13th Its a Date for Supernaturals Jared
Mary-Louise Parker and Jeffrey Dean Morgan by Chris Polk/WireImage.com
Mary-Louise Parker and Jeffrey Dean Morgan were already the freshest couple in town, and now they're going to be the freshest married couple in town. The two just got engaged.The couple met on the set of Weeds, in which they play husband and wife. While the pair dated last year, they announced a split in June. Despite the hiatus, though, they rekindled the romance. Parker is an Emmy winner for her part in Angels in America, while Morgan steamed up screens on eps of Grey's.Adding more fuel to the love-quadrangle fire, Parker had previously been with Billy Crudup, who dropped her for Claire Danes, despite Parker's pregnancy with their baby. Danes and Crudup have since called it off, and Parker is now mom to William Atticus Parker. Anna Dimond
Mary-Louise Parker and Matthew Modine, Weeds
Nancy. Serious firepower aimed at her head. A missing stash. Silas and his trunkful of pot being approached by the cops. How does Agrestic's dealing damsel in distress get out of this one? TVGuide.com invited Jenji Kohan, the creator of Showtime's Weeds, to preview the new season, premiering Monday, Aug. 13, at 10 pm/ET.
TVGuide.com: I actually just got the press kit for Weeds. That's some foldout of Mary-Louise Parker, nude!Jenji Kohan: Yeah! Her ass looks good in that. Wish they hadn't used the snake, but what can you do?
TVGuide.com: Last time we spoke, you said Season 2 was about Nancy accepting her role as drug dealer. What's the theme for Season 3?Kohan: It's the education of a gangster. [Laughs]
TVGuide.com: She has seen how rough-and-tumble it can get.Kohan: And she's got to learn the ropes. It's learning how to be great at her job.
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