sábado, 25 de agosto de 2007

JENNIFER Morrison talks to Zap2it/ entrevista sobre su nueva peli

Like so many others, Jennifer Morrison remembers where she was the night Princess Diana died.

[B]"It just seemed too bizarre to be real," the "House" co-star says. "It was more like fiction. I had just graduated from high school and was at a friend's apartment, a place I had never been before. If that news hadn't broken then, I would never even remember I was there. I remember the weight of that moment, having no idea that 10 years later, I was going to be working on a project surrounding it."[/B]

As the one-decade anniversary of the fatal Paris tunnel car crash nears, Morrison helps offer a fictionalized account in Lifetime's new movie "The Murder of Princess Diana," based on the Noel Botham book and produced by the British company Working Title ("Bridget Jones's Diary," "Love Actually"). Casting Morrison as a reporter who supposedly witnessed the tragedy, the film debuts Saturday, Aug. 25, then encores the following two nights.

"[B]I was on a plane to Luxembourg [where the film was made] within 24 hours of getting the script," Morrison recalls. "When I read it, I thought it was really well-done. Obviously, it's controversial material, but I found my character fantastic. I was like, 'All right, let's do it. Why not?'"[/B]

The plot plays off long-standing rumors that instead of being accidental, the deaths of Diana; her then-companion, Dodi Fayed; and their driver, Henri Paul, resulted from a conspiracy. The journalist played by Morrison buys into that, but the actress admits she didn't heed such speculation "[B]until I worked on this. I knew there had been a crash and [Diana] had passed away, but I didn't know a lot about her then, and I didn't really follow any of the stories afterward.[/B]

"[B]It wasn't until I did this that I started reading every biography and article I could get my hands on. I always try to keep my personal opinions separate from wherever I go with a character, but the fascinating thing about this is that you can take certain facts and look at them one way as just horrible coincidences -- but from another perspective, you can think maybe something weird happened. That's the approach the film takes as well. As a whole, the story makes you think twice[/B]."

Morrison had plenty of time to do that, since she was present for an elaborate restaging of the accident scene, complete with body doubles for the victims. [B]"It was very eerie," she says. "All of us saw the pictures of the black Mercedes completely smashed in, and to see that re-created, it almost felt like you were looking at [the real thing]. It was just so similar. I think they've approached it in a very tasteful way; nothing inappropriate or offensive is seen. Still, there was just an eerie vibe."[/B]

As Dr. Allison Cameron on FOX's "House," Morrison strives to be truthful in portraying a medical professional, and she took the same tack as the reporter in "The Murder of Princess Diana." She says, "[B]Luckily, in my industry, I come across a lot of them. I worked for a high-school newspaper, so I did some research, interviewing and reporting. That gave me a little bit of background in the interview process, which helped here. My instinct is, 'I can't ask that,' but I had to remind myself it's a reporter's job to ask."[/B]

At the same time, Morrison acknowledges suspicions that pursuing paparazzi played a role in Diana's death. "[B]My character ends up jumping on the back of the bike of one of them. It was interesting to do something from that side of it, because as an actor, I'm always hiding from it. It's weird to try to justify it, but there are ways of justifying anything. However far from your own values, you have to find a way to connect with the needs of the person you're playing."[/B]

That might give Morrison more tolerance for personal questions now, being the fiancee of her "House" co-star Jesse Spencer, alias Dr. Robert Chase. "[B]Neither of us is very scandalous[/B]," she says. "[B]We don't go out to hip clubs or eat at places photographers will find us. Part of that is we work so many hours. It's the lifestyle of doing an hourlong television show, but we don't bring our personal life to the set. There, we're just actors working, and we've tried very hard to maintain the integrity of that."[/B]

Change appears inevitable for "House," which currently is up for four Emmy Awards including outstanding drama series, when FOX launches the show's fourth season on Sept. 25. Among the many harbingers in last spring's finale, Cameron resigned from Dr. Gregory House's (Hugh Laurie) team, but Morrison hasn't been locked out of "House." Far from it, she promises.

"[B]There are different reasons to love playing a leading role and to love being part of an ensemble," she says. "I really enjoy being in both positions. Coming off three years of 'House,' it was nice to do something so different. I feel like it put me in a position to come back to the series with a fresh approach, and I loved working in Europe, so it was a really timely thing in my life in general. It was a tough schedule, but it was nice to take on that challenge." [/B]

Scans talking about the "break" of Jesse S. and Jennifer M. la ruptura de la pareja de House

viernes, 17 de agosto de 2007

No Wedding for Jennifer and Jesse

This is a very bad new:

For People Magazine:

"After much consideration, we have decided not to get married, We are still very close, and we look forward to continuing to work together on House."

I don´t understand this decision.. they seem very lovers in the cover of In Style a few months ago..


The countdown to the return of House continues and with just about six weeks left, fans are getting even more eager to find out what's in store for the doctors of Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital.

As we reported previously, producers have cooked up some changes that will possibly give the hit medical drama a new twist. Other cast members have also shed light on the show's new direction at the Fox Television Critics Press Tour.

Meanwhile, here are more hints straight from the regulars. Read on to find out more:

Season three left a lot of hanging questions, especially pertaining to the departure of three major characters, including Dr. Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer), who was dismissed by Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie), Dr. Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison), who resigned and Dr. Eric Foreman (Omar Epps), who also resigned in a previous episode.

Of course, as reported previously, all three are bound to return in the upcoming season.

“House spends the first episode without anyone there—he doesn't have a team, and it takes quite a few episodes for us to come back. And I'm actually hired back by Cuddy, so now I'm not under House anymore. That adds new weight to the characters. I'm in a different position, and House has to come to me if he's got something he needs,” Spencer explained.
“Well, when we start out the season, he's heading his own team, and stuff happens there,” Epps, whose character struck out on his own, said.

"When you come back for the first episode, you don't know where Cameron is, and in the second episode back, you sort of discover where she's at, but I can't give it away," Morrison, who won't be appearing in the season premiere, hinted.
Furthermore, Robert Sean Leonard, who plays Dr. James Wilson on the series, has dished in on the rest of the cast.

"I'm still at Princeton-Plainsboro, as is Lisa [Edelstein]'s character, and the ducklings have gone to wing. House needs a new team, and he goes about it in a very interesting way. And I've only read the first three [scripts], but it is great—it's very fun to watch him whittle these doctors down," Leonard added.

As for the main man, Laurie has also given some insights about his character's bitterness.

When asked if he misses his people, the House star said, “The truth is, yes, but House being House, the last thing on earth he wants to do is admit it, but yes, I think it's pretty clear that there is a gap...Whether he wanted to or not, he's grown attached to these people."

Catch the premiere of House season 4 on Tuesday, September 25 at 9/8c on FOX.

miércoles, 15 de agosto de 2007

House season 4 Promocional Pictures

At the moment only Jennifer Morrison and Jessen Spencer