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  • Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger Survive Death Valley

    Feb 8 • by gerson • No CommentsMedia, News

    Josh Jackson and his girlfriend Diane Kruger showed their passion for the environment in this challenge proposed by Mercedex-Benz. The couple took two days camp out in California’s Death Valley – one of the hottest places on Earth – with the purpose of only drinking water created from the emissions of their B-Class F-Cell.

    We’ve become absolute fans of the fuel cell. The car usage is so easy. On a day-to-day basis our normal mobility isn’t restricted at all – and we had no water problems in Death Valley either. 

    said Diane. Josh added,

    It takes three minutes to fill up, drives about 400 kilometers and gives off zero emissions – simply perfect.

    The whole big adventure was recorded and you can watch it here:

    Above you can see some pictures taken during the camp.

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    Joshua Jackson’s ‘The Affair’ Picked Up by Showtime!

    Jan 17 • by gerson • No CommentsNews, The Affair

    Joshua Jackson‘s new pilot The Affair has been picked up by Showtime,Deadline reports.

    The announcement about the pilot came yesterday at the Showtime TCA panel. The show also stars Dominic West, Ruth Wilson and Maura Tierney. The Affair is a “provocative drama exploring the emotional and psychological effects of an extramarital affair.” No premiere date is currently set, but Showtime says the Dexter spot in Sundays 9PM EST on the Summer Season is empty. We can’t wait to check it out!

    We translated the pilot script review of the series, so you can know exactly what it’s about.

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    Joshua Joins ‘The Affair’

    Sep 24 • by ashley • No CommentsNews, Projects

    As previously released Joshua Jackson will be returning to tv for new Showtime Pilot ‘The Affair‘. Joshua Jackson as a cowboy, whats not to love?

    Fringe star Joshua Jackson is joining Showtime’s new drama pilot The Affair.

    Deadline reports that The Affair is an intense and intimate exploration of two marriages and an affair that disrupts them — with all of the complex consequences that result. It centers on Noah (Dominic West), a good husband and devoted father of four whose settled, comfortable world is about to implode when he meets Allison (Ruth Wilson) who he he thinks is his soul mate.

    Jackson will play Cole, a hard-edged cowboy married to Allison. Their emotionally charged marriage becomes even more complicated when Allison begins an affair with Noah. Maura Tierney plays Noah’s long-time wife.

    The script is from playwright and writer/producer Sarah Treem and co-creator Hagai Levi.

    Jackson will be cast in his first role as a followup to Fox’s popular sci-fidrama Fringe, which ended its five-season run earlier this year.

    On the feature side, the former Dawson’s Creek leading man most recently starred in Stephen Frears’ Lay the Favorite and in Inescapable.

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    Joshua Jackson: Katie Holmes Called Me to Catch Up After Tom Cruise Split

    Sep 24 • by Anula • No CommentsNews, Projects

    Joey and Pacey, together again!

    On the heels of her divorce from Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes has been rebuilding her life as a single mom, actress and designer – and reconnecting with pals she made long before she married one of the biggest movie stars on the planet. Last Thursday Sept. 20, Joshua Jackson revealed on Canadian talk show George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight that Holmes, 33, did indeed recently call him up for a long-overdue catch-up.

    “Yeah, actually,”the Fringe star, 35, confirmed. What transpired during the chat between Holmes, who played Joey, and Jackson, who play Pacey?

    “Like any old friend, it was like, ‘Oh, hi how are ya? What’s going on?’; ‘I had a kid,’” he said of Suri Cruise, 6. The chat was “nice,” Jackson said. “It was very nice, actually.”

    No word yet on whether Holmes and Jackson (who has been dating Diana Kruger since 2006) chatted about the possibility of a proper Dawson’s Creek reunion. The WB teen drama went off the air in 2003 after five years; Holmes and Jackson were romantically linked, although the rumors were never confirmed.

    Before she filed for divorce from Cruise, 50, Holmes was eager to reunite with Dawson’s costars Jackson, James Van Der Beek and Michelle Williams for a potential film – but her then-husband nixed the idea.

    “[Producers] were begging her to sign on for a reunion movie,” a source told Us Weekly. “Tom said absolutely no way and thought going backward would be bad.” To the contrary, Holmes “didn’t care how ‘low-brow’ he [thought] Dawson’s Creek is,” the source explained. “She wanted to do the movie and reconnect with her fans. And have fun.”

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    Check Out an Exclusive First Look at the Final Season of Fringe

    Sep 13 • by Anula • No Comments"Fringe", News

    The end of Fringe is upon us.

    In just over two weeks, the fifth and final season of Fringe will launch. Set in 2036, the story picks up after the Fringe Division has just been just freed from a 20-year slumber in amber — but someone is missing from this Bishop family reunion, as shown in the exclusive first look photo of the fifth season premiere, “Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11.”

    Mega Buzz Scoop: A Fringe death?!

    Peter (Joshua Jackson), his daughter Etta (Georgina Haig), Walter (John Noble) and Astrid (Jasika Nicole) will have to go on the hunt for the MIA Olivia (Anna Torv), who was not seen during the flash to the future last season. But don’t expect the family reunion to be a joyous one.

    “It takes on a slightly different flavor than I think you would anticipate,” Jackson previously teased of the reunion. “It happens quite quickly off the top of the season, and it’s as emotional as you would imagine, but not quite the reunion that you’re expecting.”

    Are you excited for the final season of Fringe? The sci-fi series returns Friday, Sept. 28 at 9/8c on Fox.

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    Bosses Discuss the Two-Part Finale and Season 5

    May 3 • by Anula • No Comments"Fringe", News

    Fringe creators Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman set aside some time out to talk to our universe today in a conference call with reporters that was both informative and absurdly gracious. Naturally, they talked about the oh-so-exciting renewal for a final 13-episode season and gave us details about the upcoming two-part finale, which begins this Friday. Let’s hit the bullet points!

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    Fringe Season 5 – Announcement Promo

    May 1 • by Anula • No Comments"Fringe", Media, News

    “Fringe” has been officially renewed for a fifth season, and here is the reveal promo that FOX has just released!



    Fox is close to renewing Fringe for a fifth and final season

    Apr 15 • by Anula • No Comments"Fringe", News

    Fox is close to renewing Fringe for a fifth and final season, TVWise has learned. For the past couple of months, Fox has been having discussions with Warner Bros. Television about the future of the low rated series. Sources familiar with said discussions tell me that, while there are still a few points that need ironing out, a deal for a fifth and final season of 13 episodes is expected to be reached within the next few weeks.

    I’m told that one issue that has been resolved is the length of this fifth and final season; with WB initially pushing for a full season of 22 episodes, while Fox expressed that they would be more comfortable with a “limited episode order” of 7 – 13 episodes, which would get the show close to or past the 100 episode mark required for syndication. Another issue that has been widely reported on is Fox’s licensing fee for the series. I’m told that WB has offered Fox “a substantially lower” fee for the fifth season. As such, insiders tell me that they expect Fox to announce the renewal of Fringe for a fifth and final season of 13 episodes in the coming weeks.

    This news will come as a relief to fans of the series, which has had a hard time in the ratings for its last two seasons. The latest episode of the sci-fi series attracted a mere 3 million viewers and a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demographic in live+same day. With those numbers, most shows would be looking at certain cancellation, but the amount of money Warner Bros. stands to make from off-network syndication deals is the driving force behind the series’ future. The only real question that still needs to be answered is will we see an announcement before the network’s upfront presentation in May?

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    Save One Show: Vote in Round One!

    Apr 13 • by Anula • No Comments"Fringe", News

    We finally have real chance to save “Fringe”! Exciting, right? All you have to do is go to this site and pick “Fringe” from their Top 20.

    Fringe Season 5 “Is a 70/30 Bet”

    Mar 18 • by Anula • No Comments"Fringe", News

    Thanks to Eleftheria_K for the heads up that at WonderCon2012. Jeff Pinker says there is a 70/30 chance that the show will be back.

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