EW.com always has an alternative Emmy awards for those fan favorites who miss out on official award recognition. This year, Emily Deschanel is up in the dramatic category. You can't see the results yet, so all the support helps!
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Thank you, Jenny, for letting me know this...
According to TV Guide's schedule, David Boreanaz will be on "It's On with Alexa Chung" on Wednesday September 16th. If you don't know the show (I didn't) it is on at noon on MTV.
David Boreanaz talks to ChicagoNow about hockey and the 2016 Olympics and Chicago as a possible location.
I'm sorry I'm a bit late posting this one. I missed it! Kristen talked to David, Emily and Michaela about everything Season 5. It is all about spoilers (don't mouse over the link even) and teases except for this part at the end (which I like!):
Last but Not Least: Forgive us for one second while we get up on our soapbox about Bones, a wonderful and charming series that's just been treading the same romantic waters for much too long.
Dear Hart Hanson,
Do it. Just do it. We double-dog-dare you to put Bones and Booth together. We've heard the excuses about how a Bones and Booth hookup would kill the show, but the electricity between those two characters will not short out so easily. The series' best and most powerful moments are always when Booth and Bones come together, not when they force themselves apart. The power of their strained and distant partnership would be multiplied many times over if you harnessed the thrill of their rare touches and honest moments and channeled into a complicated full-time thing. Try it. You might like it. And we would love it.Sincerely,
The Daily Mail also has a great, more serious but still interesting, article on Stephen Fry. If you follow him on Twitter you know how busy he is traversing the world for various projects. One such project that is close to his heart concerns endangered animals as he revisits the steps taken by Douglas Adams 20 years ago. He's visited some of the wildest places on the planet to highlight the plight of these animals. Unfortunately the locations haven't always been so kind!
If you ask her sister Zooey... maybe. Zooey Deschanel's movie 500 days of Summer is premiering in the UK and the DailyMail has a very quirky (or is that just Zooey herself) interview with the actress.
I grew up believing my sister was from the planet Neptune and had been sent down to Earth to kill me.
I believed this because my sister Emily convinced me of it when I was a toddler. I think she'd seen Invasion Of The Body Snatchers and her imagination ran away with her. There's a part of me that still believes it. I have moments when I think, 'Hmm, could that be true?' Occasionally I ask my sister about it and she responds by pulling an alien face, which only confuses matters.