Added new photoshoot (New York Moves Magazine) to the gallery, hope you all enjoy! (Thanks to @lisacstyles).
Home > Photoshoots & Portraits > Photoshoots > 2015 > 001
I’m Mireia, the new owner and I will update the site since now!.
Added some pictures of Jeffrey at the 2015 Winter TCA Tour.
“Supernatural” Season 10 getting more explosive as ever, thanks to the return of some of the show’s fan favorites.
Hypable said that the biggest one so far is Papa Winchester. The report said that in the earlier seasons, John Winchester (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) was shown as a bad parent despite giving up his soul to save a dying Dean (Jensen Ackles). However, the show’s midseason finale for Season 10, “The Things We Left Behind,” had the two brothers reminiscing the time their father saved Dean from a club.
Morgan told Entertainment Weekly about his enthusiasm to return to the show, at least to clear things up about his character’s role as the Winchester patriarch. He said then, “My stance always is, I would love to come back. In fact, they have trashed John so f-king much on that show that I would like to come back just to set the record straight the real way. I’m not that bad of a dad. I saved my kids. I went to hell to save my kids. How bad can I be, people? But there are a couple of storylines that I’d like to resolve, and more importantly those people mean a lot to me.”
John as Dean’s rescuer is a major possibility,given the fact that in the current season, we are seen Dean not being able to resist his killer urge despite the fact that Sam (Jared Padalecki) has cured him of being a demon.
International Business Times noted that Dean’s predicament with the Mark of Cain might definitely be the very thing that could bring John back. In the promo, we are treated to Dean covered with blood and being surrounded by bodies that might have been murdered by his hands. “Supernatural,” which is set to return on January 20th next year, will have Dean hunting for the very being who had made him a demon, Metatron (Curtis Armstrong). Another character who is set to return to the series is the First Born himself, Cain (Tim Omundson). E! Online noted Omundson’s cryptic tweet, which came in with a screenshot of his flight details. The tweet’s caption read, “Why am I going to Vancouver? A) PSYCH reunion B) Bringing Cain back to #SUPERNATURAL C) Extradition Hint: Not A or C.”
Source: Venture Capital Post
Mitch Glazer’s TV series “Magic City” is headed for the big screen with Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Olga Kurylenko, Danny Huston and Kelly Lynch starring.
Glazer will direct the movie based on the Starz show he created and exec produced. The series was set in 1959 Miami shortly after the Cuban Revolution and centered on Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s character, the owner of Miami’s glamorous Miramar Playa who was forced to make a deal with a mobster (played by Huston).
The series ran for two seasons before Starz cancelled it in August, 2013.
Kurylenko played the wife of Morgan’s Ike Evans character while Lynch portrayed his former sister-in-law. The movie will be set in 1962.
QED will introduce the project to buyers at the American Film Market next week. Len Blavatnik of AI Film, Brett Ratner of RatPac and Gerry Schwartz of Onex Corporation will produce and finance with Steve Bing of Shangri-La Entertainment, Alan J. Helene and Glazer producing.
“Mitch is a fantastic creative partner and we’re thrilled to collaborate with him again,” Block said. “We loved Magic City the series and know that with Mitch’s sensational script and this outstanding cast, it will translate beautifully to the big screen.”
CAA will represent the film’s domestic distribution rights. Glazer previously directed “Passion Play” and has written “Scrooged,” “The Recruit,” “Great Expectations” and “Rock the Kasbah,” which he also produced along with QED.
Glazer worked with Murray and Willis on “Rock the Kasbah” and with Murray on “Scrooged.”
Its 1871 in the Wild West and ex-pat Danish solider Jon, (Mads Mikkelsen) is welcoming his wife and ten year old son after their long journey from Denmark. Opting to take the stagecoach to his farm near Black Creek, the family are also joined by two drunken outlaws not long released from prison. It doesn’t take long for the journey to take a turn for the worse as one of the bandits attempts to touch up Jon’s wife and threatens his young boy.
As Jon takes matters into his own hands, it sets in motion a series of serious repercussions, not only for Jon, but for the local community. Unfortunatley for Jon one of the bandits was the brother of a notorious gang leader and outlaw, Delarue’s (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who demands that compensation is needed in the form of human lives.
The town’s sheriff/priest (Douglas Henshall) and mayor/undertaker (Jonathan Pryce) are helpless to do anything but to bow down to Delarue and his gang. With Delarue also taking advantage of his brother’s demise by having his way with his beautiful mute wife, Madelaine (Eva Green), its up to Jon and his brother Peter (Mikael Persbrandt) to survive, restore order and take revenge.