Farewell, Miramar Playa. We, unfortunately, barely knew ye.
And even after two seasons, Magic City star Jeffrey Dean Morgan sort of feels the same way about Ike Evans, the man at the center of the period drama. Despite spending 16 hours of television in the (very nice) shoes of the family man/hotel owner, he feels they’d only begun to scratch the surface of the character and the world of Magic
Elle McPherson is a new bride. The Australian supermodel wed billionaire Jeffrey Soffer in Fiji on Saturday.
Family and close friends were there for the ceremony, reports Us Weekly.
The model, known as The Body, and the hotel heir began dating in 2010, broke up for several months in 2012 and reconciled last November after he was in a helicopter crash.
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The reaping continues for Lionsgate!
The studio announced that actor Jeffrey Wright has been cast as Beetee in “The Hunger Games” sequel.
Beetee, an electronics expert from District 3, plays a pivotal role in Suzanne Collins’ “Catching Fire.” He is a once-Hunger Games champ and becomes allies with Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) during the the Quarter Quell — the 75th Hunger Games, which unites former victors in a best-of-Hunger-Games extravaganza.
Directed by Francis… Continue reading 'Catching Fire': Jeffrey Wright Cast As Beetee In 'Hunger Games' Sequel
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When Jeffrey Wright’s character Dr. Walter Cofield sits down with House for the first time, he doesn’t mince words: “I’ll be deciding your fate today.” It’s an interesting position for House, who is usually the one who literally decides people’s fates as he diagnoses what ails them. Wright talked to EW about his appearance on Monday… Continue reading Jeffrey Wright teases turning the tables on the unorthodox doc in upcoming ‘House’ guest role
In this week’s column, we examine alternative fare to the wide-release remakes, detail two new distribution deals, and highlight a broadly-appealing indie comedy.
OPENING THIS WEEKEND
Sam Worthington and Jeffrey Dean Morgan play small-town detectives tracking a serial murderer in Texas Killing Fields, opening on three screens. Inspired by a true story, it’s a very dark tale, reportedly too dark for Danny Boyle to direct, so he passed on the project