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Cristina Yang (played by Sandra Oh) seems to have kicked her phobia of surgery after last season's bloody finale on http://tvlistings.
We earlier saw some photos of the film Bunraku. Now we are getting the trailer. The film is directed by Guy Moshe. A few years back, it was described as a stylistic cousin to Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City. Later, Josh Hartnett added
For McKidd, the experience was something he had wanted to do for a long time. Taking advantage of "Grey's" ensemble cast, the veteran actor started shadowing directors on the set before being handed the reins to helm webisodes of the hit ABC medical
Q's to firstname.lastname@example.org , and then check the next chat for answers!...Grey's Anatomy : How Will Mark Break the Pregnancy News to Lexie? Get ready for some more love-polygon hijinks, Grey's Anatomy fans! That's the word from Kevin McKidd (Dr. Owen
Sylvain Gaboury/PR Photos We already know that Kevin McKidd can act...ABC has confirmed that McKidd aka Dr. Owen Hunt will helm episode 13, which will air in early February...McKidd has helmed some of Grey's webisodes, which likely led to this new
Q's to email@example.com , and then check the next chat for answers! Fall TV: ABC's No Ordinary Family , one of fall's least-doomed new shows, has gotten an order for four more scripts from the Alphabet net. Meanwhile, our beloved little Life
A heist movie about bank robbers doing one last job, a romantic comedy about successful women who need to find a man, a samurai-western-noir-fantasy based on a centuries-old Japanese puppet theater tradition starring Woody Harrelsonwait, that last
After surviving the shooter rampage that claimed the lives of two doctors at Seattle Grace Hospital on the season finale of Grey's Anatomy , Cristina ( Sandra Oh ) and Owen ( Kevin McKidd ) realize that life is too precious and will tie the knot
View the first photos from the upcoming Bunraku movie, featuring an eclectic cast including Josh Hartnett, Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore, Kevin McKidd and Ron Perlman.
Making its world premiere, as part of Toronto International Film Festival’s ‘Midnight Madness” line-up, is Guy Moshe’s (Holly) sophomore effort Bunraku. It is described as "an amalgam of samurai film, spaghetti western and