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Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Seattle native Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big break came in 2005, when he was cast on three different TV shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Weeds" and "Supernatural."

His career has since sky-rocketed with five movies coming out in 2009, including the highly anticipated "Watchmen." In the Zack Snyder film, Morgan plays The Comedian.

He will also be starring alongside Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in the comedy "The Accidental Husband." Morgan has completed production on Ang Lee's newest film, "Taking Woodstock," and "All Good Things" with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
Seattle native Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big break came in 2005, when he was cast on three different TV shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Weeds" and "Supernatural."

His career has since sky-rocketed with five movies coming out in 2009, including the highly anticipated "Watchmen." In the Zack Snyder film, Morgan plays The Comedian.

He will also be starring alongside Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in the comedy "The Accidental Husband." Morgan has completed production on Ang Lee's newest film, "Taking Woodstock," and "All Good Things" with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
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  • 'Texas Killing Fields' review: What do you think is going to happen there?

    'Texas Killing Fields' review: What do you think is going to happen there?
    * (out of four) Little Texas City, Texas, is mostly populated with pimps, underage prostitutes and other shady characters, including a tattooed thug (Jason Clarke) who’s usually just referred to as “the white guy.” So it’s no...
  • 'Peace, Love and Misunderstanding' review: Open your mind, man

    'Peace, Love and Misunderstanding' review: Open your mind, man
    ** (out of four) Ah, there's nothing like a hookah session with grandma. Zoe (Elizabeth Olsen) and Jake (Nat Wolff) learn that from experience when they spend time in Woodstock with their mom Diane (Catherine Keener) and her mom Grace (Jane Fonda),...
  • Peace, Love & Misunderstandings, Hysteria

    Peace, Love & Misunderstandings, Hysteria
    Peace, Love & Misunderstandings ** ½ El director australiano Bruce Beresford se mete en problemas cuando intenta rendir homenaje al Festival de Woodstock, evento de capital importancia dentro de la cultura norteamericana. Esta fiesta de tres días repleta...
  • Supernatural

    Supernatural
    “SUPERNATURAL” The thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester Brothers continues with the sixth season of “Supernatural” on The CW. Twenty-six years ago, Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen...
  • Brian Grazer sells to Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner

    Brian Grazer sells to Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner
    Acting couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are the latest owners of a California ranch house in the Pacific Palisades that has been capturing the imagination of A-listers since Gregory Peck bought it in 1947. The pair recently purchased the nearly 8,...
  • Zack Snyder, 'Watchmen's' watched man

    Zack Snyder, 'Watchmen's' watched man
    On a wintry day here last year, Zack Snyder hunkered down in a dank prison cell, peered between the bars and watched bloodthirsty inmates run riot. All the smoke and screams only made him smile; the fiery cellblock he saw before him looked nearly...
  • Video review: 'Watchmen'

    Video review: 'Watchmen'
    Alan Moore was right. There isn't a movie in his landmark graphic novel "Watchmen" -- at least not a really good one. What we get instead is something acceptable but pedestrian, an adaptation that is more a prisoner of its story than the master of it....
  • Jeffrey Dean Morgan Enjoys 'Good Things'

    "Grey's Anatomy" and "Watchmen" star Jeffrey Dean Morgan will join Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling in "All Good Things." Produced by Michael London's Groundswell Prods. and directed by Andrew Jarecki, "All Good Things" will begin shooting in Connecticut...
  • 'The Losers' are on a mission -- and don't call them 'The B-Team'

     
    "The Losers" are on a mission -- and don't even think about calling them "The B-Team." Above is a cast photo from the new commando adventure "The Losers" which opens on April 9, two months before that other military-ops movie,......
  • John Milius opens fire on new 'Red Dawn': 'It’s a stupid thing to do'

     
    Over at 24 Frames, our sister blog, John Milius, the director and writer of the original "Red Dawn" (as well as the co-writer of "Apocalypse Now" "Jeremiah Johnson" and many other manly-man films) tells Rachel Abramowitz that the upcoming remake......
  • Cannes or cons? WonderCon and Hollywood's new conventional thinking [updated]

     
    This is a longer version of my cover story in today's edition of the Los Angeles Times Calendar section. I flew up to the Bay Area to moderate some panels at WonderCon and between the time at the microphone I......