I’ve added Last Chance For Christmas screencaps. They aren’t the greatest quality, I apologize. Enjoy, otherwise!
Month: January 2017
I’ve updated several event photos with HQ versions from the years 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, and 2017.
As well, I’ve added some pictures from Hilarie and Jeff at Astor from October where they read ghost stories for charity.
I’ll be trying to finish up adding OTH and several other TV show screencaps into the gallery soon. My program hasn’t been working, and I’m in the process of moving. Once I get unpacked, I’ll focus on adding stuff again!
The synopsis for the episode, titled “As Good As It Getz,” reveals that LAPD’s dynamic duo, Riggs and Murtaugh, is forced to work with DEA agent Palmer once again to protect Leo Getz (Thomas Lennon), an ambulance-chasing attorney who was linked to the Cartel. As the trio’s investigation goes deeper, they start to realize that Leo may not be the only one with a target on his back.
Also in the episode, Riggs starts to see Agent Palmer in a new light while Murtaugh is left troubled after Trish (Keesha Sharp) makes an impulsive decision.
You know her from One Tree Hill — but Hilarie Burton is a lot more than Peyton Sawyer. Burton’s appeared in a variety of film and TV roles since the WB/CW show. She’s currently filming Fox’s Lethal Weapon reboot, and her film Growing Up Smith hits theaters next Friday. Oh, and she’s married to Jeffrey Dean Morgan, a.k.a. The Walking Dead’s Negan — and they own a candy shop upstate with Paul Rudd.
Growing Up Smith tells the story of an Indian family who move to small-town America in 1979. Ten-year-old Smith is fascinated by every detail of the United States, including his neighbors, the Brunner family. Burton plays matriarch Nancy Brunner, a woman who finds her voice amidst chaos in her family life. Refinery29 talked to Burton about the movie and why she thinks One Tree Hill should stay in the past.
I’ve added some pictures of Hilarie on the set of Lethal Weapon.
The DFW South Asian Film Festival doesn’t return until March 3-5 at the AMC Village on the Parkway in Addison but those on the western side of the Metroplex get a bit of a sneak peek on Feb. 1. That’s when the festival is sponsoring a screening of the comedy Growing Up Smith at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
This marks the first time that the festival has held an event in Tarrant County.