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click read more to view the interview
check out the full articles at the following sites Eonline, EW and Fancast
below the read more a few snips from those articles (Spoiler Alert)
Second Part of our Grey's Anatomy Season 6 Review thanks to Ella1967
How do you move into the future when you’ve previously expended so much energy avoiding dealing with your past? And if you continue to deny ‘Before’ while concentrating only on the life in front of you in the ‘After’ can you truly make forward progress? These are the very questions explored by Owen and Cristina in Season 6 after the arrival of Dr. Teddy Altman, a wartime friend of Owen’s who took on a temporary contract as head of cardio-thoracic surgery at Seattle Grace/Mercy West.
Owen believed his friend Teddy could be the teacher to help Cristina advance her surgical skills. For Cristina, an opportunity to stretch her cardio wings again was just what the doctor ordered, except this gift came with a hefty price tag. It turned out Teddy had come to Seattle to reconnect with Owen, hoping for more than the platonic friendship they’d previously shared. Teddy’s confession found Owen caught between his love for Cristina and pride at her professional advancement and a friend who had changed the game unexpectedly. The mid-season series of episodes became a shell game of who knew what when, combining Cristina’s ever present struggle to balance love and career with unanticipated reminders for Owen of his Iraq war experience courtesy of Teddy’s arrival.
Events came to a head quickly as Cristina misinterpreted Owen’s uneasy interactions with Teddy, causing Owen to pull Teddy aside to clarify the situation. Remembering Dr. Wyatt’s admonition about healing through talking about his time in Iraq, Owen allowed that while he’d once had feelings for Teddy the reality of his post-war life was that he’s in love with Cristina. Owen also found his words when confronted by Cristina’s fears about their relationship. Upon hearing Cristina say, ‘I’m insensitive sometimes but I’m not oblivious. I don’t want you to be with me because you feel like you owe me something. I mean you two went through war…’ Owen realized his actions left Cristina doubting his love for her and her place in his life. He responded by taking Cristina into his arms and passionately kissing her, telling her, ‘I’m with you. I’m with you because I want to be. I’m with you because I love you.’
The professional vs. personal paradigm soon shifted again after Teddy assigned Cristina a solo cardio surgery. While overjoyed at the opportunity, Cristina struggled to connect with her emotionally needy and indecisive patient. Owen’s cautious optimism shifted to concern as Teddy denied Cristina’s requests for assistance in the operating room as her patient spiraled. Teddy later agreed it was possible she’d let her feelings impact her behavior and decided to withdraw from her contract. Distraught at the loss of yet another teacher, Cristina was even more ill prepared when Teddy admitted her love for Owen as the reason she was leaving. In a moment of gut-wrenching fear attached to her own long-standing conflict between love vs. career and how to balance the two, Cristina offered to trade Owen, horrifying both herself and Teddy.
As Cristina struggled to believe she would relinquish the person she loved for the thing she loved, she turned to the people with whom she had the most history – Meredith, Alex, and Izzie – to help clarify her thought process. Even given her friends’ input Cristina fell into old traps, believing herself capable of only sustaining her career given her relationship history. But after finding out what happened, Owen challenged Cristina to believe there was also room in her life for him. Shocked at Owen’s willingness to stand by her Cristina had no choice but to believe him when Owen declared what he viewed as an unalterable truth, ‘People do matter. I matter. We…We matter.’ Just like that, the argument Cristina had been having with herself all day became moot as she realized balancing love and career was indeed possible with Owen by her side.
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As we announced on Twitter Yesterday GA was filming on location
Grey's Anatomy Filming in L.A.
When Monday, Aug 30, 2010
Description Grey's Anatomy Spring St, 3rd St. - 4th St. 8/30/10 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Grey's Anatomy 225 E 5th St. 8/30/10 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M.
Below is an embedded video taken of the shoot
HBO Post Emmy Awards Party
29 August 2010 - West Hollywood, California - Kevin McKidd. HBO Emmy Party Celebrating The 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at Pacific Design Center. Photo Credit: Daniel Tanner/AdMedia (set of 4 images click above image to view all)
HBO ROME Premiered: August 28, 2005
thanks to KevspaGA for the video clip
Banner thanks to Katesyd
1. TIFF Midnight Madness ~ BUNRAKU
Premiering at the TIFF Midnight Madness on the 11 September 2010 11:59PM RYERSON
other showings of Bunraku will be on Tuesday September 14 10:15:00 PM
and Friday September 17 05:00PM
2. In the USA and Canada, Grey's Anatomy Season 6 DVD box set to be released on the 14 September 2010
3. 2010 Prism Awards will be aired on the 18 September 2010 on FX
4. Grey's Anatomy Season 7 USA ~ Season Premiere Thursday, September 23, 9:00-10:00 p.m., ET
Official Film Schedule Saturday September 11, 2010
11:59PM Bunraku RYERSON
source and full schedule for 11/9 here Guests attending Press Release
all viewing times and venues :
Go to The Stream, watch the video and answer the question ...Good Luck
A snippet from an interview with Director Neil Marshall ~ in the interview Marshall touches on hiring Kevin for his Dog Soldiers role
A Neil Marshall film generally means a bloody good time. The English filmmaker spilled a lot of the red stuff with his feature debut, "Dog Soldiers," about a military crew (led by a young, pre–"Grey's Anatomy" Kevin McKidd) battling werewolves in the wilderness. Then came Marshall's tense, claustrophobic thriller "The Descent," which made audiences squirm by trapping a group of women inside a cave—and then unleashing deadly creatures upon them. "The Descent" brought Marshall two distinct honors. First, he was awarded the British Independent Film Award for best director of a British independent film. He was also identified as a member of the "Splat Pack"—a collection of filmmakers (including Rob Zombie and Eli Roth) known for outlandish gore and violence in their movies.
Marshall followed the critical and commercial success of "The Descent" with the post-apocalyptic thriller "Doomsday," in which murderous cannibals wreaked havoc in futuristic Scotland. But his latest film steps even further away from the horror genre. Set in 117 A.D., "Centurion" explores the legend of the Ninth Legion—more than 4,000 soldiers who disappeared when they marched into Scotland. In Marshall's telling, the soldiers are attacked by a savage band of warriors called the Picts A few survivors, led by Quintus Dias (Michael Fassbender of "Inglourious Basterds") struggle to reach safety while pursued by a mute and vengeful Pict huntress ("Quantum of Solace" Bond girl Olga Kurylenko). Marshall recently chatted with Back Stage about his previous movies, getting respect for the horror genre, and casting calls. .......
Back Stage : You have a great eye for talent, starting with Kevin McKidd in "Dog Soldiers." How did you find him?
Marshall: Well, I knew him from "Trainspotting," but had I just seen "Trainspotting," I never would've cast him, because he just seemed, from that film, so wrong. But a casting director persuaded me to meet him. He was very, very different in person, when he first walked in, with his hair kind of cut short and he'd filled out a bit and looked so much more the part, and he's got that great scar between his eyes, which adds to the character. But he's a phenomenal actor. He's so natural with it. So I was very, very lucky getting him and the rest of the cast of "Dog Soldiers." It was that mix of having people like Sean Pertwee and Liam Cunningham, who were experienced, and people who'd never been in front of a camera before but were really, really hungry, and that showed, and everybody just upped their game and had a great time making it.
full article and source here
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