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Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Seattle native Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big break came in 2005, when he was cast on three different TV shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Weeds" and "Supernatural."

His career has since sky-rocketed with five movies coming out in 2009, including the highly anticipated "Watchmen." In the Zack Snyder film, Morgan plays The Comedian.

He will also be starring alongside Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in the comedy "The Accidental Husband." Morgan has completed production on Ang Lee's newest film, "Taking Woodstock," and "All Good Things" with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
Seattle native Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big break came in 2005, when he was cast on three different TV shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Weeds" and "Supernatural."

His career has since sky-rocketed with five movies coming out in 2009, including the highly anticipated "Watchmen." In the Zack Snyder film, Morgan plays The Comedian.

He will also be starring alongside Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in the comedy "The Accidental Husband." Morgan has completed production on Ang Lee's newest film, "Taking Woodstock," and "All Good Things" with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
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  • Movie Guide for TownMall in Carroll County, Sept. 16, 2012

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  • 'The Possession' is No. 1; 'Oogieloves' posts worst opening ever

    'The Possession' is No. 1; 'Oogieloves' posts worst opening ever
    "The Possession" took ownership of the No. 1 spot at the box office this Labor Day weekend, but there was no love for "The Oogieloves." The horror flick produced by Sam Raimi did stronger-than-expected business, grossing a solid $21.3 million over the...

    'Red Dawn'

    Foreign invaders turn young Americans into freedom fighters in this less-effective remake of the 1984 adventure, delayed from release long enough by MGM's financial troubles for stars Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson to have had respective successes...

    'The Possession'

    It's time again to look in the Yellow Pages under "Exorcist," as a youngster falls prey to an ancient demon in this allegedly fact-inspired melodrama that benefits from having Kyra Sedgwick and Jeffrey Dean Morgan ("Magic City") as the victim's parents....

    What possessed them to make 'Possession'?

    What possessed them  to make 'Possession'?
    If you only see one demonic possession/Jewish exorcism movie this year, make it "The Possession." Swap the clerical collars for a yarmulke, change the sacred incantations from Latin to Hebrew, leave out the pea soup and you have a passable PG-13...