Wednesday, May 12, 2010

More revealed from the conference call

Spoilers ahead!

Fox News hints at the close of the fifth season and attempts to interpret Emily Deschanel and Hart Hanson for us.

In another take on the conference call, there's talk of "closure," fan reaction, and ultimately, should we trust ANYTHING these two sneaky people tell us?

Look at those two! They're always trying to trick us. :-)

What do you think about the comment made by Hart Hanson about "a glimmer" of villain possibilities to come? (Comments on this post are considered spoilers, so comment away on your speculation!)

Here is a link to the entire interview. Spoilers, of course!

Look closely in each of these for hints at season 6 spoilers. I'll leave it at that for those that like to stay spoiler-free.

Emily Reveals her Favorites

Question: What’s better than a bunch of awesome eco/vegan products? Answer: A bunch of awesome mainstream eco/vegan products!

We’re excited to report that green actress extraordinaire Emily Deschanel recently shared some of her favorite eco-friendly things with Marie Claire magazine. Deschanel has been vegan for over 15 years and is crazy about all things sustainable!

What made the list? Oh, just some all-time favorites, like shoes from OlsenHaus, candles from A Scent of Scandal, cupcakes from BabyCakes and clothes from Vaute Couture.

Find the full list (including slideshow) here at Marie Claire.

'Bones' Picked Up for Second Cycle in Broadcast Syndication

Twentieth Television has cleared its hour-long drama Bones for a second cycle in weekend broadcast syndication.

The off-Fox show, starring Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz, has been picked up through the 2012-13 season on Fox, Tribune, Local TV and Sinclair stations. That represents 70% of the U.S. on more than 85 TV stations. Bones also airs on TNT, which acquired the rights to the show in January 2008 and started airing it last fall.

According to Nielsen, Bones is the fourth-highest rated off-net weekend hour with a 2.3 season-to-date household rating. CBS Television Distribution's CSI: New York is the highest-rated weekend hour at a 3.4, followed by NBC Universal's Law & Order: Criminal Intent at a 3.0 and CTD's CSI: Miami at a 2.4. NBCU's House comes in fifth at a 2.1.

Bones has aired on Fox for five seasons and is executive produced by Hart Hanson, Barry Josephson, Ian Toynton and Stephen Nathan. It's based on the best-selling series of novels by Kathy Reichs.


John Francis Daley: A Man of Many Talents

According to this article in the L.A. Times, John Francis Daley is re-writing the script for the movie "Horrible Bosses".

"The well-liked script from a writer named Mike Markowitz made the prestigious Hollywood-insider Black List a number of years back. It’s a dark comedy about a trio that teams to murder the titular overlords after being railroaded by them one too many times. Think "Office Space" with murder instead of theft. (Or maybe it's more like ..."9 to 5?")"

But why is he still being referred to as the kid from "Freaks and Geeks"? You'd think that a lot of people would recognize him from Bones by now.
"Perhaps even better, the kid who played the likable lead in "Freaks & Geeks," a guy named John Francis Daley, is involved in a rewrite of “Bosses,” along with the veteran writer-producer Jonathan Goldstein."

Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Colin Farrell and Charlie Day are currently in talks for roles in the movie.

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