Grey’s Anatomy: S12E16 Press Release, Promo & Sneak Peek

Episode: S12E16 (261)
Title: ‘When It Hurts So Bad’
When: March 31, 2016
Directed by: Eric Laneuville
Written by: Andy Reaser

“When It Hurts So Bad” – Meredith takes a step forward with Will but quickly regrets it; Maggie senses a disconnection with Andrew; and Amelia reevaluates her relationship with Owen. Meanwhile, Catherine comes into town and really shakes things up with April and Jackson, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MARCH 31 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT) on the ABC Television Network.

“Grey’s Anatomy” stars Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens, Jr. as Richard Webber, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins, Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery, Sarah Drew as April Kepner, Caterina Scorsone as Amelia Shepherd, Camilla Luddington as Jo Wilson, Jerrika Hinton as Stephanie Edwards, Kelly McCreary as Maggie Pierce, Jason George as Ben Warren, Martin Henderson as Nathan Riggs and Giacomo Gianniotti as Andrew DeLuca.

Guest starring are Samantha Sloyan as Penny Blake, Scott Elrod (“The Young and the Restless”) as Major Will Thorpe, Debbie Allen as Catherine Avery, Irene Choi as Ashley, Kyle Wise as Christopher, Vivian Nixon as Intern Hannah, Michanne Quinney as Tori, Eva Ariel Binder as Sofia Torres and Aniela Gumbs as Zola.

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Grey’s Anatomy: S12E15 Press Release and Promo

Episode: S12E15 (260)
When: March 24 2016
Title: ‘I Am Not Waiting Anymore’
Directed by: Nicole Rubio
Written by: Mark Driscoll

“I Am Not Waiting Anymore” – Jackson learns about April’s pregnancy, while Alex and the team of doctors handles an hours-long triple-organ transplant surgery. Meredith considers dating again, and Andrew insists on not receiving special treatment after he and Maggie go public, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MARCH 24 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT) on the ABC Television Network.

“Grey’s Anatomy” stars Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens, Jr. as Richard Webber, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins, Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery, Sarah Drew as April Kepner, Caterina Scorsone as Amelia Shepherd, Camilla Luddington as Jo Wilson, Jerrika Hinton as Stephanie Edwards, Kelly McCreary as Maggie Pierce, Jason George as Ben Warren, Martin Henderson as Nathan Riggs and Giacomo Gianniotti as Andrew DeLuca.

Guest starring are Samantha Sloyan as Penny Blake and Scott Elrod (“The Young and the Restless”) as Major Will Thorpe.

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Grey’s Anatomy: S12E14 all scenes with ‘Penny’ (Video)

I’ve put together all the scenes of ‘Penny’ from Grey’s Anatomy S12E14.

Grey’s Anatomy: S12E14 Press Release and Promo

Episode: S12E14 (259)
Title: Odd Man Out
When: March 17th 2016
Directed by: Kevin McKidd
Written by: Meg Marrinis

“Odd Man Out” – Richard throws everyone for a loop when he switches the resident and attending pairings, and Arizona takes a huge risk on a woman who is pregnant with quadruplets. Meanwhile, April is faced with a difficult decision, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MARCH 17 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT) on the ABC Television Network.

“Grey’s Anatomy” stars Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens, Jr. as Richard Webber, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins, Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery, Sarah Drew as April Kepner, Caterina Scorsone as Amelia Shepherd, Camilla Luddington as Jo Wilson, Jerrika Hinton as Stephanie Edwards, Kelly McCreary as Maggie Pierce, Jason George as Ben Warren, Martin Henderson as Nathan Riggs and Giacomo Gianniotti as Andrew DeLuca.

Guest starring are Samantha Sloyan as Penny Blake, Scott Elrod (“The Young and the Restless”) as Major Will Thorpe, Rita Moreno (“West Side Story,” “Singin’ in the Rain”) as Gayle, Casey Wilson (“Happy Endings,” “Gone Girl”) as Courtney Hall, Jay Ali as Doug, Lance Henriksen as Griffin McColl and Jamie Rose as Lena.

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Grey’s Anatomy News

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Star Jason George Previews ‘Hilarious’ Rita Moreno Role, Ben and Bailey’s Future

The whole work/life balance thing can get a little out of whack when your wife is also your boss.

That’s the case for Dr. Ben Warren on Grey’s Anatomy, and that power dynamic was a major focus in last week’s episode, when Ben performed an impromptu surgery in the psych ward — which forced his wife, Chief of Surgery Dr. Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) to suspend him.

As star Jason George tells Yahoo TV, the conversation about their marital and work relationship is far from over. Here’s what he had to say about Ben’s position in the hospital, as well as his take on this week’s “hilarious and really touching” episode with guest star Rita Moreno.

Ben had a really interesting week last week. He’s kind of in this weird place, where he’s a resident, but also married to the chief.
Look, the whole conversation about gender equality, pay equality, who’s the breadwinner in the house — this is all of that taken to steroids, Hulk levels. You say you believe in gender equality and you say you believe in supporting your wife if she’s the breadwinner — well, guess what, not only is she the breadwinner, but she earns multiple times what you earn and she’s the boss!

That’s fun to play and to explore, because the reality is Ben has had years as an anesthesiologist, he’s been watching surgeons forever, and he’s a rock star resident. He’s the guy that Webber picked. On paper, he’s the man, except for the fact that his wife is his boss, and it gets weird. So, when he screws up or when he goes rogue, it’s not a regular resident doing it. Ben has a comfort level that comes from years of working as a doctor, but not necessarily the experience that comes with years of working as a surgeon. So, that’s a cool push-pull thing.

He has a conversation with the other residents, where they think he gets special treatment. But it doesn’t seem like Ben gets any at all.
Ben gets the short end of the stick, that’s the real deal! That part I laugh about, because my mom was a teacher who taught learning disabled kids in middle school back in Virginia. She was the president of the teachers’ union where I grew up. She knew most of the teachers that I had, and she had three sons who were smart kids and good kids but knuckleheads who would see if they could get away with stuff. I was captain of the track team and vice president of the student council, but I also knew how to break into the school in a way that nobody could catch me. This is what she had to deal with.

So, I completely understand Ben’s situation where he’s, like, it looks like he has a cushy situation because of his personal relationship. The reality is the teachers would be harder on us than anybody else. We couldn’t get away with anything. So, Ben can’t kind of screw up — he can’t screw up at all. The tiniest screw-up will get him more grief at home, where the average resident might get a “don’t do that anymore.” Ben’s going to get a whole conversation where he’s told “you reflect on me,” yada yada.

What can you tell us about this week’s episode, which guest stars Rita Moreno?
First off, Rita Moreno. She received the Kennedy Center Honor while we were shooting. And I was running to rehearsal and she’s sitting there, just Rita Moreno. She’s got the EGOT, for crying out loud. And still gorgeous! I just looked at here and was like, “I’m sorry, this is lame. You haven’t even met me yet, but I just need a hug.” She comes on in this fantastic role of an ex-wife who can’t stand her ex-husband anymore because he’s gotten with this younger woman. She ends up having an interesting journey. And she’s hilarious. [Thursday]’s episode is hilarious and really touching.

You sound like you were kind of starstruck!
Not kind of! Just flat-out starstruck. There are very few people who do that to me. But Rita Moreno is one. I’m impressed and respectful if you’re a phenomenal actor. I’ve been on the SAG-AFTRA board and been banging around town for a minute, so for me, it’s a phenomenal person. There are those folks who stuck their nose out… She had no problem standing up for Latinas in the world and for people who needed an advocate. Her, the Harry Bellafontes of the world. She has my respect as an actress, but she has my admiration as a person.

Source: www.yahoo.com

Grey’s Anatomy: S12E16 Episode Stills

Grey’s Anatomy’s Jerrika Hinton To Star In Shondaland ABC Comedy Pilot ‘Toast’

XCLUSIVE: Grey’s Anatomy co-star Jerrika Hinton has been cast as the female lead opposite Jono Kenyon in Toast, ABC’s hybrid comedy pilot executive produced by Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes. The project hails from Rhimes and Betsy Beers’ Shondaland, Scott Foley and Greg Grunberg.

Hinton’s casting in Toast will have no immediate impact on her status on Grey’s Anatomy, where she is a regular, playing surgical resident Stephanie Edwards. If Toast goes to series, that will likely be revisited. There are no plans in place but I hear there is a possibility for her to do both shows, likely scaling back her duties on Grey’s for logistical reasons.

Written by Foley and Grunberg and directed by Gail Mancuso, Toast revolves around engaged couple Max Leeds (Kenyon) and Page (Hinton), who, over their wedding rehearsal dinner, have their eclectic family and friends give toasts recalling anecdotes about the couple — but flashbacks reveal that the toasts don’t always get it right, as we watch the true story of their complicated, funny and relatable road to marriage.

Hinton’s Page is Max’s confident, no-nonsense, self-aware, soon-to-be bride. She’s spent most of her life working very hard but feeling a bit sheltered by her well-to-do Texas family. In an effort to break the mold, Page finds herself wanting to take a risk with the charismatic but awkward Max.

In addition to Hinton, Shondaland also recruited Grey’s alumna Tessa Ferrer for a co-starring role in Toasts.

Hinton, who also guest starred on Rhimes’ ABC drama Scandal, started on Grey’s as a recurring in Season 9 and was promoted to regular at the beginning of Season 10 of the veteran medical drama, now in its 12th season. She is repped by Greene & Associates, Myman Greenspan and Trademark Talent.’

Source: deadline.com

Movie: Hush Review

It dosen’t seems like Samantha’s role is very big, but after seeing the trailer, I can’t wait to see the whole movie!!

A taut thriller that marries sound design with thematic impact.

Hush is already drawing numerous comparisons to 1967’s Wait Until Dark, and rightfully so. Both films are home-invasion thrillers where a female protagonist uses her handicap to fight back against her attacker. In this case, the blindness of Audrey Hepburn’s Susy gets traded out for the inability to hear or speak. Likewise, the story swaps Wait Until Dark‘s New York City apartment with a remote cabin in the woods of Alabama.

But once you get past the similar elevator pitches, Hush stands apart from its predecessor and most horror movies in general, Blumhouse or otherwise, as the hero and the villain face each other down very early on in the runtime. When the secluded home of Maddie (Kate Siegel) — a writer who’s struggling to finish her second novel — is targeted by a nameless killer (John Gallagher Jr., in a double victory lap this weekend with 10 Cloverfield Lane), she becomes aware of his presence almost immediately. Part of this is by design, both on the part of the antagonist and of director Mike Flanagan (Oculus), who co-wrote the script with Siegel. As soon as the nameless attacker learns of Maddie’s disability, he toys with her by stealing her phone and sending pictures to her laptop. Then, after moving back outside, he appears right in front of her at the window, his mask peering in as he challenges her to play his game.

Although his visage is a clear homage to Michael Myers — sculptor Bruce Larsen outfitted the mask with white skin, blank features, and a gentle smile — the similarities between the two killers end there. Where Myers stays silent and largely hidden from his victims until it’s too late, Hush‘s madman makes himself visible and vocal to his prey from the get-go. As a result, Flanagan and Siegel both get to lay their cards on the table early, freeing up their characters to focus solely on how to outsmart one another.

That lends a clinical brutality to the violence, as well as the tightly ratcheted game of wits that follows. The audience isn’t left wondering if the killer’s out there (we know he is) or when he’s going to try and strike (right now, if he can) — only what his motivations are. Yet at the same time, Gallagher plays him with such practical, almost charismatic viciousness, that we don’t need to learn everything (or even anything) about him. As an actor, he knows why the anonymous man has chosen to do what he does, and that’s all that matters. This enhances the singularity of his mission, thus making it even more relentless and chilling.

Of course, much of the tension should be credited to Siegel, too. As Maddie, she uses little more than sparse ASL and facial expressions to convey everything from humor to vulnerability and frustration at her own writer’s block, which ends up inhibiting her when she takes a stand against her would-be murderer. In one of the film’s most brilliant sequences, she reaches deep within her consciousness to replenish her sapped determination, creating a fantasy where she’s able to speak once again. This also gives her disability some distinct details not seen in most films featuring deaf characters. Because Maddie was afflicted with sense-crippling bronchial meningitis when she was 13, she’s caught between two worlds — unable to physically hear or talk, but able to remember those things well enough that she can conjure speech in her dreams, visions, and memories.

With the exception of a sister on Facetime and a pair of visits from neighbors, Siegel and Gallagher are the only actors in the film. But to paraphrase a joke from They Came Together, the sound functions as its own character, just as crucial as any of the flesh-and-blood performers. Michael Koff, supervising sound designer Steven Iba, and re-recording mixer Jonathan Wales all work in tandem to treat each noise with decadence. The “thock” of Maddie chopping vegetables is deliciously amplified, as are the bloops of text messages and the chimes of phone calls. By turning up these notifications — these Apple effects that we’ve all heard during our own relaxed nights at home — the sound team establishes a familiar sense of place, only to shatter it once the killer appears. It’s no coincidence that the stabbing of flesh and the crunching of bone are delivered at the same volume as the various creature comforts, the noise level now ear-shattering instead of soothing.

The sound design also reminds us of what Maddie doesn’t have at her disposal, and how this can both a strength and a weakness. Sure, Flanagan could have easily filtered the entire film through her lack of hearing so that we could experience it firsthand. But the heightened audio is more complex in its final result. In the first few minutes of the film, we love it, indulging in the food being prepared and the messages being read. When the violence hits, however, we want to retreat into our own cocoons of silence. We want to drown out the horror. And that’s when we realize how the lack of sound can actually be used to Maddie’s advantage. Even though that’s a theme lifted right from Wait Until Dark, the significant amount of time that Hush spends with the enemy makes the revelation that much more important.

Source: consequenceofsound.net

Grey’s Anatomy: S12E12 & S12E13 Screencaps


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