I’ve added production stills from the Bones episode titled, The Don’t in the Do! Please be advised, the stills may contain spoilers, so view at your own risk.
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Ask Ausiello has posted a new Bones spoiler … will Booth and Brennan tie the knot? Be spoiled at your own risk! If you want to remain spoiler free, do not read below!
Question: Will we get a wedding between Booth and Brennan on Bones in the near future?
Ausiello: Brennan will have to soften her anti-marriage stance before there’s any question-popping, let alone knot-tying. For her part, Emily Deschanel says her alter ego is slowly coming around. “She’s always been against marriage – at least for herself – and has seen no need for it,” the actress points out. “But maybe after having a child it will become more important to her. You saw her wanting him to ask her, but him putting it back in her court. It seems she may consider it now.” And for the record, Deschanel “absolutely” believes Brennan is capable of doing the proposing herself. “Brennan would be fine asking a man if she felt that was a rational thing to do.”
I’ve added production stills from the upcoming episode of Bones titled, The Bump in the Road! Please be advised, the stills may contain spoilers, so view at your own risk.
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Seven sexy stars of primetime TV — Emily Deschanel (“Bones”), Archie Punjabi (“The Good Wife”), Grace Park (“Hawaii Five-O”), Kerry Washington (“Scandal”), Kat Dennings (“2 Broke Girls”), Emmy Rossum (“Shameless”) and Emily VanCamp (“Revenge”) — got together for a spread in Vanity Fair’s May 2012 issue.
The lingerie-clad ladies look fantastic, especially new mom Deschanel who she welcomed her son Henry last September and Rossum. CBS is well-represented, with Punjabi, Park and Dennings.
With all the emphasis on movie stars, it’s great to see these TV actresses get the spotlight. Vanity Fair’s TV issue, or pick it up on your local newsstands.
Bones returns for the rest of its seventh season on Monday night. And while star Emily Deschanel and her alter ego Temperance Brennan were pregnant during the first half of the season, the only episode taped after the September birth of Deschanel’s son Henry was the fictional baby’s arrival.
Accustomed to playing pregnant while actually pregnant, Monday’s episode required Deschanel to put on a fake belly for the first time.
“It’s very sweaty in there, so thank god it was just for one episode and we could move on,” Deschanel tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I had to try on a bunch of bellies that were marked for different celebrities when they were pregnant in different movies. I know I tried on Nicole Kidman’s, but I can’t remember who we ended up with.”
Going through both pregnancies simultaneously, Deschanel also notes that the upcoming batch of episodes with Brennan and Booth (David Boreanaz) as new parents have mirrored what’s happening at home.
“I’ll experience something in an episode, and I’m shocked because it’s exactly what I’m going through,” she says of storylines involving hormones, weight loss and sleep deprivation. “Brennan has a different take on things always. It’s been fun to see how that unfolds.”
And for fans who may still be feeling cheated by the series decision to make the Brennan and Booth leap from platonic partners to parents, Deschanel promises that more romantic payoff is ahead.
“Let’s just say that we’re dealing with things that are not so sexy and romantic like spit-up, burping and waking up on the middle of the night,” she says, “but there are also some make-out sessions thrown in there. And some lingerie.”
“I never thought I’d be doing this long enough that I’d be having a child while all of this was happening,” she says, “or that they’d write that in.”
Fox has picked up the hit series, Bones for an eighth season that will include its milestone 150th episode, the network announced Thursday. The drama, created by Hart Hanson and starring Emily Deschanel as forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan and David Boreanaz as FBI agent Seeley Booth, has been one of Fox’s most consistent performers. Hanson correctly predicted at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in January that the show would be back for an eighth season.
He said at the time that the season would focus on Bones and Booth raising their child together now that they are finally a couple after several seasons of will-they-or-won’t-they.
We’re all excited about it and have story ideas,” Hanson said. “Putting Booth and Brennan together raising a child, as far as we’re concerned, reinvigorated our series. I wouldn’t want to try to figure out how to do another year of them not being together.”
Fox president of entertainment Kevin Reilly said Thursday that the show has “redefined the traditional crime procedural with an irreverent and adventurous sensibility.”
“I’m really happy to have this distinctive, fan-favorite on our schedule for another season,” he said.
Bones returns with a new night and time on Monday, April 2, at 8 p.m., for the first of seven new episodes in a row. (Source)
With a three year difference between them, it’s understandable to think of sisters and actresses Emily Deschanel and Zooey Deschanel as very close. But on Jimmy Kimmel Live (Weeknights, 12 a.m. ET on ABC), Zooey spoke of a long-running trick that her big sister Emily played on her.
“She basically just used the plot of ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ to terrify me,” Zooey said. She went on to explain that Emily told her that she’d been replaced by an alien from Neptune. “the Neptunians had killed my real sister and replaced her with a facsimile who looked just like her, talked just like her, but when my parents weren’t in the room, made crazy faces at me.”
Emily apparently also tormented her by talking in a monotone voice like V.I.C.I. from Small Wonder. Zooey didn’t indicate how long Emily carried on the ruse, but it was clearly over an extended period of time, and it positively terrified the young Zooey.
“She would make me cry and then she would laugh,” Zooey said. Of course, Zooey preceded this story by saying that Emily “came on here and humiliated me in front of millions of people.”
Could this have been a bit of sisterly revenge, making her big sister look bad? If so, it should be interesting to hear what Emily has to say the next time she’s on Kimmel’s show.
Zooey Deschanel can be seen Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on New Girl, while Emily Deschanel stars in Bones, Mondays at 8 p.m. ET, both on Fox. (Source)
Entertainment Weekly has posted a short article about what fans can expect during the season 7 finale of the hit series, Bones. If you want to remain spoiler free, do not read below.
Question: On a scale of Mary Poppins to Saw: Just how nail-biting scary/shocking is the season 7 finale of Bones for Booth and Brennan? Is there any happiness in the episode for them?
Pam, knowing that the season finale will feature the return of creepy hacktivist/serial killer Christopher Pellant (Andrew Leeds), your nerves are understandable — especially if you caught Hart Hanson’s cryptic tweet earlier this week: “Our first conversation about the final image of Bones season 7 morphed into a spirited debate. It ain’t gonna go easy…”
I happened to have Hanson and fellow exec producer Stephen Nathan on the phone that day chatting about the show’s April 2 return, so I asked them to elaborate: “We’re all happy with the story, and we’re all happy with the cliffhanger we have,” Hanson says of the finale episode (now titled “The Past in the Present”). “What we’re actually debating is literally the last image that we leave our audience with. We have options as to how it motors us into season 8. There’s a see-saw between hope and confidence and vulnerability and fear that we have to walk. We’re searching for that last poetic image, and that’s what we will argue about up until the day we shoot it — and I’ll bet ya we still argue about it as we’re putting music on the final shot in the editing room.”
Hanson admitted to being incredibly vague, which is how Nathan intends to keep it. “This is an end to this season that we will be more than vague about — more vague than we usually are — because we really don’t want to tell anybody anything,” Nathan says with a laugh. Could we be losing a character we know and love? “We couldn’t possibly tell you if someone you know and love were [going] to die in a horrible way,” Hanson says. “And we are also not going to say Anthony Perkins does it in Psycho,” Nathan jokes.
The quieter they keep, of course, the more fans will speculate. One theory being batted around The Spoiler Room: What if the cliffhanger is a marriage proposal? Booth (David Boreanaz) told Brennan (Emily Deschanel) in the season premiere that she would have to be the one to ask him, and Brennan has been known to take big steps in the wake of a tragedy — she and Booth finally slept together after squintern Vincent Nigel-Murray was killed last season. Perhaps Pellant’s return will be traumatizing enough to get her to pop the question, and the argument is whether the final shot should be one that leaves us elated that Brennan has had this emotional breakthrough or frightened of the dire circumstances bringing it about? Or, maybe the “past in the present” is Booth once again proposing to a woman who’s not the marrying kind, and the cliffhanger is whether Brennan has changed her position on marriage? Theorize below!
I’ve added production stills from the upcoming episode of Bones titled, The Prisoner in the Pipe! Please be advised, the stills may contain spoilers, so view at your own risk. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
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I have added four production stills and two posters from the upcoming film, The Perfect Family into the gallery. Directed by Anne Renton, a devoutly Catholic wife and mother has been nominated for one of the church’s top awards. She then goes about trying to prove she has the “perfect” family refusing to accept them for who they are. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
Tastemaker Picks : Emily Deschanel
Actress, hit TV show Bones and vegan activist
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Favorite Charity: Farm Sanctuary
“Farm Sanctuary tackles three causes that are close to my heart, animal suffering, environmental pollution, and human health. Not only is industrialized farming one of the largest contributors to global warming, but it causes unnecessary suffering and death to 10 billion animals and contributes to human disease. I am proud to make Farm Sanctuary my charity of choice.”