[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
The Hollywood Reporter has a very nice interview with Sandra about her exit. Highlights include she expresses Crowen love and explains a lot of the symbolism in the final Crowen scene.

[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
Kevin and Sandra are starting to do a lot of press about Owen and Cristina heading into Sandra's final episodes.

[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
This is a good interview with Kevin, he talks about the future of Owen and Cristina, and there are some questions about him as a general. But they keep mis-spelling Cristina.

Read it at the source
[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
Kevin McKidd tweeted during the East and West Coast airings last night, he directed the episode. Sandra Oh News compiled all of his tweets about Sandra Oh, Cristina/Owen, and casting William Daniels as Dr Thomas. They also included a couple of tweets from Sarah Drew about working with Sandra.

Let's just say there was a lot of squeeing happening behind Twitter screens. :-)

You can read them all here: http://www.sandraohnews.com/2012/10/kevin-mckidd-tweets-about-sandra-oh.html
[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
These are some teasers from an upcoming interview with Kevin McKidd for Entretainment Weekly.

Spoilers )
[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
The article is spoiler-free - she shares some thoughts on Cristina in general. http://www.edgemagonline.com/interview_sandra_oh.htm

Here's a snippet:
EDGE: You’ve talked in the past about going into the arts when your parents had hopes for a career in science or medicine. What is your advice on how parents should handle a child saying thanks for the education, but I really want to be in the arts?

SO: Good luck (laughs). I’d say you challenge them on why they want to go. I have a feeling, based on a lot of things going on in this society and pop culture, that the desire to be famous is pushing a lot of kids into either singing or wanting to be in the movies. That’s all fun and good; people come into this business for a bunch of reasons. But it’s so hard to be in the arts. I‘ve always said to people, “You are going to be miserable. Choose whether you’re going to be miserable doing it, or whether you’re going to be more miserable not doing it.” Try to reach out to see what the true motivation is for your child to leave everything behind to pursue the arts. If it’s real, there is nothing you can do to stop it. There was nothing my parents could do to stop it. So don’t challenge them on doing it, just ask Why? If the answer is To be famous, then they could be wasting their youth, their beauty...and chasing a big, empty ghost for a long time.
[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
I didn't put this behind a cut, as the episode description is very vague and contains no spoilers. :-)

“Going Going Gone” – The doctors of Seattle Grace are faced with the aftermath of last season’s plane crash. As they try to move on with their lives, they must learn to adapt to the changes, cope with their losses and move forward with their relationships and careers, on the ninth-season premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Grey’s Anatomy” stars Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Patrick Dempsey as Derek Shepherd, Sandra Oh as Cristina Yang, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens, Jr. as Richard Webber, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres, Eric Dane as Mark Sloan, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins, Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery and Sarah Drew as April Kepner.

Guest cast for “Going Going Gone” includes William Daniels as Dr. Thomas, Jason George as Ben, Steven Culp as Dr. Parker, Gaius Charles as Shane, Philip Casnoff as Dr. Mel Barnett, Camilla Luddington as Josephine, Tina Majorina as Heather, Jerrika Hinton as Stephanie and Tessa Ferrer as Leah.

The episode was written by Stacy McKee and directed by Rob Corn.
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Just 24 hours after being released a Moray music collection tops the world charts.


It would appear that the world is tuned in to traditional Scottish music – thanks to a recording conceived in a London bar and produced in Speyside.

‘The Speyside Sessions’ came about when Elgin-born Hollywood star Kevin McKidd got chatting over a pint with friend Jamie Reid in a London bar two years ago.

Having planted the seed of the idea the pair gradually enlarged it through their circle of Moray-based friends – resulting in a recording session of Scottish music that McKidd hopes will raise a “significant sum” for Save the Children.

Teaser narrated by fellow sexy Scot Ewan McGregor under cut )

[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
This article makes me want to pump my fist and say "F*** yeah!"

Spoilers about last night's episode )

There will be spoilers in the comments too, about the rest of the season.
[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
Sandra Oh was on the George Stroumboulopoulos show yesterday in Canada. There is video on the site, not embeddable. It was a great interview with sadly no mention of the Cristina/Owen storyline.

If the video is not viewable outside of Canada, please let me know. I'll record it with my iPad if I have to.
[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
Shonda Rhimes had some things to say about Cristina/Owen in the regular storylines...

Two interviews with spoilers )
[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
FYI - this clip contains the choking scene from 5-19. Still hard to watch.

[identity profile] angelamermaid.livejournal.com
Via Sandra Oh News, an interview with Sandra Oh for Korean TV. Don't worry if you can't speak Korean, neither can Sandra. :-) The interview parts are in English.

Parts 2 & 3 under cut )


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