Justin Chambers - Justin Chambers leaving a gym in Los Angeles - Hollywood, California, United States - Friday 22nd May 2015
The premiere of season 10 of 'Grey's Anatomy' continued from the previous season's dramatic finale. With Richard lying electrocuted, the team at Seattle Grace Hospital, have to decide if they can save him and who will make the decision.
The premiere of season 10 of Grey's Anatomy aired last night (Thursday 26th September). Last season ended with a storm and this season's premiere continued with it still blustering in the background.
Ellen Pompeo at a Urs Fischer exhibition in L.A.
Here's a quick recap (beware - spoilers included!):
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Sandra Oh has announced she will be leaving 'Grey's Anatomy' at the end of the tenth season, due to air next spring.
Sandra Oh has announced she will be leaving Grey's Anatomy. Season ten of the show will air in September of this year and Oh will be leaving the medical drama at the end of the upcoming season, due to be aired next spring.
Sandra Oh at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Presents 'Welcome To Shondaland': An Evening With Shonda Rhimes & Friends, in North Hollywood.
Oh has played Dr Cristina Yang since the show's premiere in 2005, however, after 8 years in the role she has decided to move on. On the subject of leaving the show, Oh told The Hollywood Reporter when they broke the news yesterday (13 August) that "it's been a great privilege to play the character of Cristina Yang." She continued by saying, "I am both sad and excited to see where this, her [Oh's character Yang] final season, will take her."
Billy Taggart is a less than perfect former police officer who is hired by the newly elected mayor of New York City, Nicholas Hostetler, to investigate his wife Emily Barlow's infidelity and find out exactly who she is romantically involved with. When he manages to acquire photographic evidence after following Barlow for Hostetler, he realises that this is a whole bigger thing and Taggart finds himself stuck in a position he can't get out of, where the mayor plans to discredit him in a major set up upon discovering a few smudges on his police record which could be potential harmful to him. However, it seems that the mayor has chosen the wrong cop to pick on as the unrelenting Taggart will stop at nothing to achieve justice and expose Hostetler as the corrupt politician he is.
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Justin Chambers Monday 16th November 2009 The Los Angeles Premiere of 'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' held at Mann Village and Bruin Theater in Westwood Los Angeles, California
A comical and retrospective memoir of segregation and discrimination in America's golden age of denial, "Liberty Heights" is director Barry Levinson's fourth movie built around his memories of Baltimore in the 1950s and '60s.
Told from the perspective of Ben Kurtzman (Ben Foster), the younger of two brothers living in an almost exclusively Jewish enclave of the city, the foundation for Levinson's story is the brothers' experimentation with the era's cultural polarization.
Ben's school has just been desegregated and he befriends a pretty new black student named Sylvia (Rebekah Johnson), something that doesn't sit well with either kid's folks.
Continue reading: Liberty Heights Review
After all its TV commercial posturing about "re-envisioning" a classic as a post-Hong Kong actioner, "The Musketeer" betrays the truth of its utter lack of real ambition in the casting of a wooden, charmlessly handsome, totally generic Hollywood pretty boy in the title role.
His name is Justin Chambers (Jennifer Lopez's irritating Italian suitor in "The Wedding Planner"), and he looks and acts like he got the part only because Chris O'Donnell -- the industry's preferred choice for glinty-eyed, mannequin-souled heroes -- already played D'Artagnan in Disney's weightless 1993 adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' "The Three Musketeers."
Out to avenge the murder of his father some 14 years before, this D'Artagnan is "all for one" without the "one for all." Ostensibly, he ventures to Paris to join King Louis XIII's elite guard, only to find them disbanded and in disarray following a power shift that favored troops loyal to the power-mad Cardinal Richelieu (Stephen Rea).
Continue reading: The Musketeer Review
Billy Taggart is a less than perfect former police officer who is hired by the...
A comical and retrospective memoir of segregation and discrimination in America's golden age of denial,...