It’s possible Jackson will be conflicted, or know he wants to be with April (aka the mother of his child) and this will be another short love triangle for Maggie. #greysanatomy
— King Tilly Carrillo (@TillyCarrillo) May 19, 2017Maggie and Jackson really ???? #GreysAnatomy
— Jay Vee (@jayvee1293) May 19, 2017Secondly, I am not here for Jackson and Maggie, I repeat, I am NOT here for Jackson and Maggie! I would like Jackson and April to have spark again. Jackson belongs to April Kepner!!
— Giulia (@GiuliaBassani00) May 19, 2017Maggie find a man of your own. Because I think I’m okay with it 💁 #GreysAnatomy
— Amanda🌻 (@AmandaRaee_x3) May 19, 2017That finale was too emotional. Please…no!!!
— Jimmy – (@JimmyJoubin) May 19, 2017I’m sorry I didn’t wait YEARS for japril to happen for Jackson to get together with Maggie, his stepsister. Like us on Facebook. ✖️ #GreysAnatomy
— Katherine Cao (@siinosiikath) May 19, 2017About Maggie and Jackson in a
— mɩcɧҽɭa (@becketthood) May 19, 2017I’m so glad Japril is over. #GreysAnatomy
— Glorimar Zayas (@gzayas15) May 19, 2017Why is the idea of Jackson/Maggie even being considered?? But Maggie-Jackson, where does that come from ?! And didn’t Maggie just have a huge crush on Nathan Riggs (Martin Henderson), like, five minutes ago?Some fans have been anticipating/dreading a Maggie/Jackson pairing since Maggie’s mom suggested she let loose and make a mistake, and that episode was followed by some borderline intimate moments with Jackson.
— Doug Dimmadome (@ShaolinByNature) May 19, 2017Jackson and Maggie? I love the idea of Jackson and Maggie. Don’t ever scare me like that again! Nope. Stephanie Edwards (Jerrika Hinton), when it was Japril that Shonda Rhimes tried to kill off in the “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 13 finale.There were plenty of surprises in the finale, including some actual good news to go along with the bittersweet.
— key calloway (@keyyykeyera2) May 19, 2017#GreysAnatomy thoughts: surprised no one died, pissed about this maggie/jackson thing, sad steph’s quitting, can’t wait to meet megan
— ang (@angelaxx130) May 19, 2017Shonda better not put Jackson and Maggie together 😡😡😡 #GreysAnatomy
— Hope Butterfield (@hpbutterfield) May 19, 2017#GreysAnatomy#GreysFinale#GreysAnatomyFinale#Japril#GreysAnatomyIT
Maggie and Jackson…. #GreysAnatomy
— Mel (@Certifiedmel) May 19, 2017Jackson and Maggie, this is what I’ve been waiting for🤗 #greysanatomy
— Amber Nicole (@AmBaSoul) May 19, 2017So are Jackson and Maggie going to be a thing?
— JesseWilliamsOnline (@JWilliamsCrew) May 19, 2017Nothing better be brewing between Jackson and Maggie🙅🏽
— Angely Guzman (@Angelyarlette7) May 19, 2017April: Jackson, you scared me! But several more viewers, at least the ones who tweet, are solidly and vocally against the idea.Here’s a taste of the reactions to Japril + Maggie:Been waiting For #Japril all year long and now they making Jackson and Maggie a thing HELL NO!! 😞 #GreysAnatomy
— Jennie (@jennie_lao) May 19, 2017No to Jackson and Maggie!!!!! No thank. It would be nice if she could have her own romance without third-party complications, but that’s not “Grey’s” style.”Grey’s Anatomy” Season 14 will premiere this fall on ABC.Want more stuff like this? They’re not siblings. And then there were those record scratch scenes between April Kepner (Sarah Drew), Maggie Pierce (Kelly McCreary), and Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams), including April telling Maggie she can tell that Maggie likes Jackson (!) and she can also tell that Jackson likes Maggie too (!!) ending with the suggestion that Maggie tell Jackson how she feels (!!!).Didn’t Japril make up during #JaprilTheSequel? Posted May 19, 2017 by Gina CarboneHere we were, worried about Dr. Maggie: Me too! 😭😭
— An Ordinary Gal (@GA_Simone) May 19, 2017not feeling jackson and maggie at ALL
— sierra🐳 (@sierra_warny) May 19, 2017I rebuke this Jackson/Maggie storyline. Worst couple ever 😨😨😨😨 #GreysAnatomy#TeamJapril
— Champion de France💓 (@dtvr12) May 19, 2017Clearly, this is what Shonda and company wanted — to get fans talking about speculating in the summer before Season 14. But others thought, nah, they wouldn’t do that, it’s just step-family members supporting each other.There are some fans out there who support a Maggie/Jackson pairing, in part because they don’t like April and would like to see Jackson with someone else.
— MeliCa (@MelisaGenesis) May 19, 2017Jackson and Maggie????

It definitely feels like the beginning of the end game.”Iain Glen has been talking up Season 7 for a while, so it’s basically pre-spoiled that Ser Jorah returns, after we last saw him being sent away by Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) to find a cure for his greyscale, then return to her. Glen said this season, Jorah’s story is “about whether he will survive this horrendous sickness he’s contracted.” Here’s hoping, and guessing, that he does.Fans are currently on standby for a full Season 7 trailer, which will be picked apart and analyzed in the … “The story is going toward a conclusion. You have storylines colliding. Hurry up, HBO!”Game of Thrones” premieres Sunday, July 16 on HBO.Want more stuff like this? … Either way, they are the big picture guys who orchestrated the storyline of Season 7, and apparently it’s 100 percent solid:”I wrote to Dan and David and I said I thought they were the best seven episodes they’ve ever written,” Iain Glen told EW. Like us on Facebook. And the evolving drama and relationships are as good as they have ever been. It’s not clear yet if showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss wrote all of the Season 7 scripts themselves, but they probably did, since there are only seven episodes instead of the usual 10. less than two months before the season begins. Posted May 19, 2017 by Gina CarboneThe 2017 season of “Game of Thrones” may be shorter than usual, but each episode sounds like a potential favorite, with zero filler.Iain Glen is a fan, anyway, and the actor who plays Jorah Mormont gushed about the scripts to Entertainment Weekly. what is it now? There’s no sense of treading water.

But Lee is also the guy who’s this very Southern gentleman, sweet as apple pie, you know, nice as can be. on ABC, then moves to 8 p.m. on May 29. Like us on Facebook. Harrison told E! In his ABC bio, Bryce made a quip that some fans found transphobic, answering the question “What’s your biggest date fear?” with “The chick is actually a dude.” That has not gone over too well, and it looks like ABC may have deleted that particular Q&A from his bio.”The Bachelorette” airs Monday at 9 p.m. Rachel did confirm that she’s engaged, and still in love with the guy she picked.Want more stuff like this? But the way he talks and the way he says things kind of rubs people the wrong way.” The rosemaster said there will also be a lot of crying this season, and fans might be surprised about who does the most crying — like Kenny, a badass wrestler who is also “a bawl bag.” Harrison didn’t name the two guys who hated each other, but apparently they got dumped at the same time and kept crashing each other’s post-elimination interviews to tell each other off.One guy Harrison might not have even had on his radar as a potential “villain” has already ticked off some fans. Posted May 19, 2017 by Gina Carbone”The Bachelorette” host Chris Harrison warned that viewers might want to murder Lucas, aka “Whaboom,” but there are two bachelors on Rachel Lindsay’s season who seemed to want to murder each other, even interrupting each other’s exit interviews to tell each other to “F*ck off.” It’s gonna be that kind of season, folks!Rachel begins her journey as the 13th Bachelorette this Monday, May 22 on ABC. asked if this season has a “villain,” Harrison thought about it and said Lucas/Whaboom could be one, but there are other contenders as well.”Lucas might be that guy you love to hate. News that Lucas probably won’t be known as Lucas, you’re just gonna known him as “Whaboom” — which is how ABC even lists his occupation.”I kinda want to choke him, like, ‘Stop!’ Enough is enough, let it go. Spoilers are out on Rachel’s rumored final four, and the guy she picks, so check them out over here. You’re at a 12, I need you to bring it down to a four.” You can watch Lucas’s “Whaboom” limo entrance now, in a sneak peek scene on the official “Bachelorette” site.When E!

I’d never had one. And that couldn’t happen on the [film shoot], because there were only eight girls there for the whole nine months. They might be saying, how the hell did you get it? When I look back, I think of my kids, and then I think God, what the hell was that all about? Then the driver would take me to work, and I’d get makeup. It was a crazy life I had.And then Arnold and David Picker from United Artists offered me any movie I want to do between Bond films [if I would sign a long-term contract to play Bond]. It was outrageous. So I eventually talked them into getting me a helicopter to go into town at night. You haven’t been forgotten as Bond — we’re still celebrating you. And I turned it all down.When did that impetus to turn it all down start setting in, and what kind of gave you the chutzpah to make that move — unthinkable in Hollywood at the time?A guy called Ronan O’Rahilly. If I had looked at the reality, I would have gone, “Sh*t! Did you feel like, “I’ve got a great story to tell?” Or were you surprised that there was interest in your life?George Lazenby: I was surprised there was as much interest. What’s happening here?” I just thought that beating out 3,000 guys for the part, there must be something good about me.A lot of your successes in life, from your various careers and with women, came from that confidence and that positive attitude you project.I was very confident, because I didn’t believe anything anyone told me. Then the doctor told my mother to take me home to die, because I won’t be able to live as a man on half a kidney.And then some mother must have heard my mother, and some kid heard his mother, I’m the guy that’s got to die, I’m the guy that’s got to die. He launched all those English pop groups and he got them known … And I’d go into town in the helicopter, and they’d wait for me. I didn’t like it. I mean, I’d go in a restaurant and people would say, “Excuse me, waiter?” It was so different — you’d have to be there.It was so different, the way people dressed, and the way people behaved. That wasn’t hard. I don’t get colds. I liked to drink. I had 68 surgeries on my bladder. He said, “Bond’s over. Can you give me an acting lesson?” He said, “What?” Couldn’t believe it.So he rang Ronan O’Rahilly, who was his boss. He started Radio Caroline in the English channel — Pirate Radio. He established James Bond as his personality. I did the test. It was hard work.I was going out all night, which was a problem. The ones that wanted to have fun, we had fun. They changed my walk, changed my talk, and I thought, “They’re not going to change me. Have you been part of that 007 fraternity?I’ve met them all. It’s only a matter of knowing which way it’s full of sh*t, and getting around it. A guy that started the Pirate Radio station.Ronan, he was the one who advised me not to do another film, because “Easy Rider” was out, all these hippie movies were coming out. That wasn’t hard. They already had me changing my accent, walking different, because I used to swagger when I walked, and you can’t do that in cinema. Lazenby further declassified his personal dossier during a chat with Moviefone.Moviefone: When I watched this documentary, you struck me as a real-life version of The Most Interesting Man in the World. David Hemmings, the actor, directed the test. Then a doctor came over from England and said, “We had the same problem with a kid — he was peeing backwards into his kidneys.” And then they looked at my kidneys and one and a half were rotted. I had 18 months in hospital when I was one and a half to three. He wanted to manage me. Today, you’d be applauded for that.Somehow I felt, I knew, I wasn’t an actor. If I wanted to get back in the movie industry tomorrow, I could do it. I call Mike, I said, “What happened?” He said, “They got a phone call from upstairs.” That’s all he could tell me. I said, “F*ck it.” Every time I got a job, I wouldn’t get the next phone call to come to work.But you reinvented yourself.And as the movie shows us, you excel at that.Yeah! [Laughs]Over the years, have you spent much time in the company of the other actors who have played James Bond? And that’s why I didn’t take those offers. That guy, he’s a bloody hero, a guy that’ll go around and shoot anybody gets in his way, gets the girl, has a good time. I was available.When I got to England, I was 24. I was wardrobed. That was a funny story because I went to the guy that worked for him, who lived in the apartment across from my apartment, and he used to teach acting. [Years later], I had “The Equalizer.” It was my idea — I gave it to Mike Sloan to write. Every man wants to be that guy.I found it fascinating how you were pretty casually insistent on making the role your own in many ways, at a time where the filmmakers were really trying to shove you into the Sean Connery mold. I thought, “These guys are full of sh*t. It changed my life. If you can imagine that time, it doesn’t make me look as mad. He was an insta-superstar, flush with cash, women on his arm, and brimming with even greater Hollywood potential.And then he walked away from it all, for what he planned as a decidedly different acting career path — one that never quite happened.”Becoming Bond” not only details Lazenby’s unlikely rise to play the biggest screen action idol of the 20th Century and his even unlikelier exit, it looks at the actor’s life in total, a tale as full of intrigue, romance, sex, and action (more Kiss-Kiss than Bang-Bang) as any movie potboiler, built around the still rakish and charming 77-year-old’s absorbing reminiscences and frothy reenactments of his off-screen adventures. I don’t want to go near those guys, because they’ll just give you pills or something, and they’ll do you in.But this is the way that life went, and it’s the same in the movie industry. And I thought, “Oh sh*t — I’m not going to die.” And my half kidney grew the size of two. So tell me about that experience, rubbing up against the Connery expectation and trying to put your own stamp on it. So when I went up for the Bond thing, they told me, “Come back on Friday.” I thought, I’d better get an acting lesson. At this point in your life, when you look back at it all, what has the whole experience meant to you?It was probably the biggest thing in my life, apart from my kids. So it’s a tough road to hoe. And then the ’80s turned it back around again. But the good thing was, the Mitchell camera, it just took hours to move it around, so I could have a rest in between [laughs] — today they’ve got these little cameras — but then I had to do my stunts.They wanted everything perfect. “Just sign the f*cking contract.” [James Bond producer] Harry [Saltzman] offered me a million dollars. I said, “I’d rather be Clint Eastwood.” But it didn’t work out.Tell me a little bit about walking away and shaking off such a dizzying experience. It’s just that I’d rather they left me alone — unless somebody came up with some ridiculous offer. He was wearing tight pants, a suit, short hair, and people wandering around with sideburns, long hair, flowered shirts, bell bottoms. So they took out one and a half of my kidneys. And Peter Hunt, said “Tell him he’s going to do another angle as well.” He never spoke to me the whole film, the director.And you certainly had fun with the Bond girls when the cameras weren’t rolling. Everyone showed up except Connery. You think you’ve done it perfect, and they say, “No, we’ve got to do it one more time.” The acting, I was one take. James Bond was so out of fashion. I was a rugged Australian male model — you can guess, [I had sex] sometimes five [times] a day. Then you’d have to say, “Hmm, yeah, I could use this.”What were the things that you enjoyed about playing Bond and shooting the film? I had to work nine months on the bloody Bond movie, and they were going to pay me a million. Then Ronan said, “I’ll manage you.” He liked the adventure of it, and he was a rebel a rebel like you can’t believe it! That’s when I met them all more closely.Nearly 50 years later, people love that particular movie. Posted May 19, 2017 by Scott HuverGeorge Lazenby was given a license to kill, but he only took a single shot.For nearly 50 years, the Australian-born actor has been known for a unique distinction: Among the line of men who’ve portrayed the iconic British super spy James Bond, he’s the only one to only star in a single 007 film.As the fascinating Hulu documentary “Becoming Bond,” debuting May 20th, explores, Lazenby, a top male model at the height of London’s swinging Mod era with virtually no acting experience at the time, was the first actor to assume the role following originator Sean Connery’s departure after five films in row, and his effectiveness in the sixth installment, 1969’s “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” would largely determine if the proto-film franchise would have legs after losing its first leading man.And despite odds stacked against him higher than a deadly SPECTRE deathtrap, Lazenby fared quite well in the role, adding a lighter, cheekier note to his portrayal without sacrificing 007’s dangerous qualities, abetted by what Bond aficionados regarded then and now as one of the stronger stories in the film series. I’d say, that wasn’t very good. I don’t believe a word they’re saying.” So I’ve never gotten sick again. Were there aspects of it that were genuinely fun?There was nothing that was extremely hard. They’d bring in doctors to massage me and get me back together. It was a big thing. I’m just going to play it the way I would play it if I was him, if I was this good a character, if I was a tough guy, and blah blah blah.”It was Sean Connery’s gig. I was waiting for the limo to pick me up for the first day of shoot. He convinced me that there was a guy called Clint Eastwood doing Westerns in Italy, getting $500,000 for a month. The girls got The Pill. Let’s make love, not war.” He convinced me. Fame does that to you, but I’m glad that I didn’t pursue it.I didn’t pursue it because I was blacklisted right after Bond. At school I was getting it. If you wore a suit, even Wall Street took their ties off. It’s full of sh*t. There was the 40th anniversary in Albert Hall. And that was Peter Hunt’s first time directing, by the way, and my first time acting. I’d go out to three [or] four o’clock in the morning, sometimes daybreak. I hurt myself a few times doing my own stunts. They made love, not war. Director Peter Hunt was clearly an advocate for you –To begin with!To begin with. Didn’t show up. Every time I meet somebody, they say, “I can’t help it, but you’ve got to tell me, but how did you get James Bond?” And I didn’t know whether that was an insult or not. So I went over and knocked on his door, I said, “Look, I’m up for the Bond film. It was one of those things where I got carried away in my own ego, otherwise I couldn’t have done it. And Ronan turned up with five other guys and they all gave me this acting lesson. But up until the ’60s and ’70s, it was amazing. I did everything they told me not to do: played contact sports, drank alcohol, did everything they said you mustn’t do.So I lost confidence in the demigods, the doctors, because they were totally wrong … I gave up then.

But there’s on escapade that didn’t take place, because star Matthew Perry rejected the idea.On “Watch What Happens Live,” during the “Plead the Fifth” segment, Perry told host Andy Cohen, “There was a storyline on ‘Friends’ where Chandler went to a male strip joint because he really liked the sandwiches. Posted May 19, 2017 by Kelly WooIn 10 seasons, the “Friends” got into plenty of hijinks. “I think there was no sex between any of them,” he said, “or at least I was really missing something!” Cohen noted that last year, during a “Friends” reunion to honor director James Burrows (but which Perry did not attend), David Schwimmer hinted that some of the cast had slept with each other. I called up and said, ‘Let’s not do this one.'”Maybe if it had been Joey, the storyline would’ve gone ahead!Perry also declared he had never had sex with any of his co-stars.

[SPOILERS! Collins’s nostalgic tweet looking back on the best moments of his character seems kind of … Especially as Collins was celebrating his 100th episode as the trench-coated angel.
— David Lucas (@Calgary8889) May 19, 2017Is Castiel really gone for good? Many took to Twitter, with some threatening to quit watching the CW show. Both Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) have been to heaven and hell. Sheppard), who went out with a heroic self-sacrifice. And Bobby (Jim Beaver) hung out as a ghost after his death. Also getting offed: recurring character Rowena (Ruth Connell).Of course, being “dead” on this show is often temporary. #Supernatural doesn’t deserve Castiel. Do not read if you haven’t watched the episode yet!]The last thing fans wanted to see was favorite Castiel (Misha Collins) being killed off in a battle with Satan. #Supernatural
— Abhishek Nair (@abhishek_nair_) May 19, 2017Crowley… So that definitely leaves the door open for any or all to return.Still, fans were flipping out:AND WE JUST…😭😭😭😭😭
— Astroglide (@Astroglide) May 19, 2017Death of Castiel=
— Castiel Angelo💔👵🏼 (@CastielAngelo_) May 19, 2017The sad, doomed, little world doesn’t deserve this angel. And he might not be quite as popular, but many will miss Crowley (Mark A. final.Tonight’s 2-hour season finale will also be Castiel’s 100th episode of #Supernatural…
— Misha Collins (@mishacollins) May 18, 2017Then again, Castiel has come back from being killed by Lucifer before. #CastielDeservesBetter
I’m very bitter… Posted May 19, 2017 by Sharon KnolleFans are pissed after the Season 12 finale of “Supernatural” and they’re not holding back. a nice round number. I’m awash in memories. Collins described the gory Season 5 death as “his favorite” to Cinema Blend.
— Lena 💔 #NoCasNoMe (@joggerwriting) May 19, 2017Apparently the #SPNfinale was written by George RR Martin.

Kick ass female director in @PattyJenks, kick ass female superhero @GalGadot More please! It stars Gadot, Chris Pine, and Robin Wright. Posted May 19, 2017 by Sharon KnolleThe first reviews for “Wonder Woman” are out of this world, with critics declaring it the best DC comic book movie yet. — Rachel Simon (@Rachel_Simon) May 19, 2017Loved WONDER WOMAN. — Mark Hughes (@markhughesfilms) May 19, 2017Hey Hollywood, are you listening? — Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) May 19, 2017My reaction to @WonderWomanFilm : exciting, powerful, bold, epic, simply wonderful and – best of all – absolutely empowering. #WonderWoman
— JennaBusch (@JennaBusch) May 19, 2017″Wonder Woman” opens June 2. — Courtney Howard (@Lulamaybelle) May 19, 2017#WonderWoman is the easily the best DCEU movie so far. Loved every minute. — Silas Lesnick (@silaslesnick) May 19, 2017″The ‘Wonder Woman’ Embargo Has Lifted Twitter” is my favorite Twitter. They’re also comparing Gal Gadot’s Amazon warrior to Christopher Reeve’s iconic Superman.Of course, being better than the critically reviled “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Suicide Squad” is pretty damn easy. Amazing action & Gal Gadot is pure heaven
— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) May 19, 2017@GalGadot is brilliant as #WonderWoman, so much emotion, sense of humor, and power. Also: #WonderWoman is really damn good. Pine and Gadot are charming beyond measure. Easily one of the best superhero origin films I’ve ever seen. It’s got heart and a love of heroes. Patty Jenkins, who directed Charlize Theron to a Best Actress Oscar in “Monster,” directs. But rapturous reviews that name-check “The Dark Knight” and “Captain America: First Avenger”? — Haleigh Foutch (@HaleighFoutch) May 19, 2017I loved #WonderWoman so much. She reminds me of Christopher Reeve’s Superman: true north superhero w/ no angst or cynicism, which is needed right now. That just might make Ben Affleck sad.Here’s some of the initial reactions from Twitter:Very pleased to report that #WonderWoman is the best DC movie since THE DARK KNIGHT. I’m already looking forward to seeing it again.

or destroy it.”
Oh, saving the world. The CW’s official synopsis: “In the show’s twelfth season, the Winchesters were reunited with their long-dead mother, and joined forces with the British arm of the Men of Letters. We imagine it will include ghosts that turn out to be land-grabbing neighbors, the team splitting up and lots of midnight snacking. Posted May 19, 2017 by Sharon KnolleRut-row! Now, Sam and Dean find themselves facing a creature of almost unimaginable power… Dean and Sam Winchester are getting animated for a crossover ep with mystery-solving pooch Scooby-Doo.”Supernatural” stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki announced the special episode at the CW uprfronts in New York City, Deadline reports.The crossover will air next year as part of the show’s 13th season. Which actually sounds like a regular episode of “Supernatural.” Jinkies!What else can we expect from next season? one that could save the world… But things turned from bad to worse, with the return of Lucifer and the surprising revelation that the Devil is expecting a child. Just another Thursday night for the Winchesters.