Les brèves de la saison 6

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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Ven 26 Fév 2010 21:03

Encore Michael Ausiello qui répond à deux questions de fans.

- D'abord, il rassure une fan à propos de Lisa Edelstein qui dans une interview avait parlé "de sa vie après House" et que certains fans ont pris pour une annonce de départ. Il n'en est pas question.
- Ensuite il parle de Cynthia Watros qui interprète l'ex-femme de Wilson et qui continue a tourner des scènes avec Hugh Laurie. House la déteste et Wilson doit jouer les arbitres.

Question: Is Lisa Edelstein leaving House? I read about that and I’m sad. —Camila
Ausiello: I assume you’re referring to comments Edelstein made to Jewish Exponent that seemed to suggest she was planning to move on next season when her contract expired. Well, relax. Edelstein’s not going anywhere. “The question behind that quote was regarding life after House,” she clarifies. ”I’m not planning on leaving, I just don’t count my chickens before they hatch. Since I’m only owned for seven years at the moment, seven is what I said. However, if they want me for more I’m raring to go. I love my job!” Glad that’s settled.

Question: Where will Wilson’s ex-wife (Cynthia Watros) be living when she shows up on House? I can’t imagine she’ll be shacking up with House and Wilson.—Dana
Ausiello: “She hasn’t moved in, but she’s around a lot,” says Robert Sean Leonard, who reveals that Watros’ meatiest scenes are actually with Hugh Laurie. “I have the least to do in a way [of the three of us]. The whole dynamic of this is: the first wife returns, House hates her, and wants to start spying. I’m kind of the guy in the middle trying to keep peace. But it’s a lot of fun to watch Cynthia and Hugh tear into their scenes.”


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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Venusia » Mar 2 Mars 2010 11:07

Voici quelques infos sur l'épisode que Hugh Laurie a réalisé.

Ce sera celui du 12 avril.
Jesse Spencer nous dit : Il y aura 4 couples bloqués dans 4 chambres.
Dans une des chambres il y aura jennifer Morrison.

Here are the first details on House’s April 12 episode, which marks star Hugh Laurie’s directorial debut. Costar Jesse Spencer, who plays Dr. Chase, tells me, “It involves four couples stuck in four rooms. It’s all heads talking.” Not just any talking heads, mind you. One of them will be Jennifer Morrison, who returns in this episode as the much-missed Dr. Cameron!
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Arumbaya » Mar 2 Mars 2010 19:21

Mouais... j'sais pas. Le concept ne me botte pas forcément. Je demande à voir.

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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Dim 7 Mars 2010 11:11

Depuis que Stephen Fry (ami de longue date de Hugh Laurie) fait des apparitions dans la série américaine "Bones", on sait qu'ils se rencontrent aux USA, parfois sur les plateaux de tournage. Stephen Fry avait toujours dit qu'il ne serait pas contre jouer dans House.

De nouvelles rumeurs sur l'apparition de Stephen Fry dans House circulent, et c'est réalisateur Greg Yaitanes qui les a alimentées.

Fry and Laurie rumoured to reunite on House
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Jeu 25 Mars 2010 07:47

Michael Ausiello qui répond à deux questions de fans :
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Question: Give me a good reason to keep watching House this season? —Juliana
Ausiello: I’ll give you three: I’m hearing something about a marriage proposal in the May 17 season finale; Jennifer Morrison returns on April 12 (and brings some interesting paperwork with her); and Lost’s Cynthia Watros debuts as Wilson’s first ex-wife on April 19 — and word around PP is that her scenes with Hugh Laurie are all that and a bag of Baked Lays.

Question: How much longer will Lucas be around on House? I’m ready to see him leave. —Ronnie
Ausiello: True fact No. 1: I was sitting three rows behind Lucas’ portrayer, Michael Weston, on my flight last Thursday from New York to Los Angeles (where I was headed to interview Katherine Heigl for this week’s cover story). True fact No. 2: House is in the middle of shooting its season finale. True fact No. 3: I swear I wasn’t stalking him. True fact No. 4: Okay, maybe I was a little. True fact No. 5: True fact No. 4 was a joke.


Ausiello donne d'abord 3 bonnes raisons à Juliana pour continuer à regarder House cette saison : il a entendu parlé d'une proposition de mariage dans le season finale, Jennifer Morrison va revenir le 12 avril (en apportant des documents intéressants), et Cynthia Watros de la série Lost va faire ses débuts dans le rôle le l'ex de Wilson le 19 avril.

Sur le fait que Lucas va être encore dans la série, ce n'est pas très clair. Le tournage de House est en train de se terminer et Auselio plaisante en disant qu'il a récemment pris l'avion avec lui, de New-York à Los Angeles.
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Jeu 25 Mars 2010 19:34

Aujourd'hui, c'est le dernier jour de tournage de la saison 6 de House.

Tweet de Greg Yaitanes : "last day of school tomorrow."
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Nonold » Jeu 25 Mars 2010 20:06

What will the vibe be like between Cameron and Chase when Jennifer Morrison returns to House? — Regina

ADAM: I wouldn't put a whole lot of money on any sort of reconciliation. "I think [their relationship] is done," Jesse Spencer tells us. "I think they've moved on; Chase is forced to move on. It's interesting for Chase, because then he's dealing with what the relationship meant and lashing out at House. It's been good for me to play."


Regina : Cameron et Chase retourneront-ils ensemble quand celle-ci reviendra ?

Adam : Ils ont tous les deux tourné la page, ils ne retourneront pas ensemble. Chase a été forcé de l'oublier. De plus, Jesse Spencer est content de jouer ce nouveau Chase célibataire. Chase réfléchit à propos de ce que représentait sa relation avec Cameron et s'en prend violemment à House.
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Mer 28 Avr 2010 21:55

Voici un article d'un programme Tv américain qui donne quelques informations sur le dernier épisode de la saison 6.

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Le dernier épisode se passera en dehors de l'hôpital, sur le lieu d'un très gros accident. On nous promet une fin de saison différente de tout que nous avons pu voir avant.
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Sam 8 Mai 2010 09:15

Les deux premières minutes du dernier épisode de la saison 6 ont été dévoilées par Michael Ausiello :

'House' exclusive: Watch the first two minutes of the season finale NOW!

ENORME ! Un scoop sur le développement du Luddy, et du grand spectacle pour cet épisode qui a été tourné avec un appareil photo (Canon 5d Mark II)

Vivement le 17 mai !
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar andika » Sam 8 Mai 2010 10:41

J'ai vu ça ce matin sur facebook, Je sens que la narration de l'épisode sera atypique! Je pense qu'on aura du bon pour se season finale!
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Jeu 13 Mai 2010 08:29

Michael Ausiello a vu le dernier épisode de la saison 6 et il en parle sur son blog

Question: Tell us more about the scene in the House finale you called “one of my favorite Huddy moments ever.” —Annie
Ausiello: It’s dark. House and Cuddy are lying down. And there’s moaning.

Question à propos d'une scène, que Ausiello a appelé l'un de ses Huddy favoris : il fait sombre, House et Cuddy sont allongés, et ça gémit (traduction approximative :S )

Question: It’s not fair that you got to see the House finale before us. Not fair at all. The least you can do is slip us a scoop or a tease. —Julie
Ausiello: The “unanswered question with one of our actors” that exec producer Katie Jacobs teased a few weeks back involves a major character leaving Princeton-Plainsboro.

Il a la réponse à propos d'une rumeur propagée depuis quelques semaines par la productrice, Katie Jacobs, sur le nom d'un personnage important quittant Princeton-Plainsboro.
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Jeu 13 Mai 2010 10:53

D'autres spoilers sur le 6x22 sur le site de The Tv Addict

Will House and Cuddy fans be pleased with the season finale of HOUSE? — Jack
The TV Addict: House and Cuddy fans will certainly be pleased with the amount of screen time dedicated their favorite duo. As for the resolution of the will-they-or-won’t-they that has been bubbling over the course of the past few seasons. Well, let’s just say that remains to be seen. And we mean that literally! Because as much as we’d like to reveal the outcome of the very frank conversation House and Cuddy share with eachother as they struggle to safe the life of patient trapped under the rubble outside of the hospital, the executives at FOX continue to live up to their network’s namesake (as in sly as a…) by cutting the finale screener off just prior to the final scene.

Will all the talk surrounding the HOUSE finale centered around House and Cuddy, is there anything for fans of the rest of the Team to look forward to? — Max
The TV AddictWith the notable exception of one doozy of a decision by unlucky number Thirteen, Foreman, Chase and Taub get realitively little screen time in this very “Huddy” centric season finale.


Tout ceci confirme le dernier épisode de la saison 6 va plaire va être très centré sur House et Cuddy.
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Mar 18 Mai 2010 22:20

Ne lisez pas ces 2 articles de Michael Ausiello si vous n'avez pas encore vu le 6x22.

Spoiler, cliquez ici pour afficher le texte
Katie Jacobs donne des informations à propos du départ (provisoire) de Olivia Wilde et des réponses à propos de la réalité ou non du Huddy.


'House' exclusive: Olivia Wilde taking leave of absence
Olivia Wilde va tourner cet été un film avec Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford et Sam Rockwell : "Cowboys & Aliens", elle va donc rater environ deux mois de tournage de la saison 7 de House. C'est pour cela que son personnage de Thirteen apparaîtra seulement au tout début de la saison 7, puis disparaîtra quelques temps.
Olivia Wilde is taking time off from the Fox hit to shoot a starring role in the big-budget sci-fi western Cowboys & Aliens.
“Olivia will be there at the very beginning of the season, and then she will not be there for a period of time,” explains executive producer Katie Jacobs.
Production on the Jon Favreau-helmed Cowboys & Aliens — which is set to get underway next month and continue through the summer — is expected to overlap with season 7 of House by at least two months. The film also stars Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, and Sam Rockwell. (Fun fact: Lost‘s Damon Lindelof co-wrote the script with Fringe exec producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.)
“She had this opportunity and she was really excited about it,” says Jacobs. “We’re very proud of her and very happy for her.”
The seeds of Thirteen’s departure were planted in last night’s season finale when, in the final moments of the episode, the Huntington’s-afflicted doc announced that she was taking a leave of absence from Princeton Plainsboro.
“The two things — the dates that she was going to be away and the storyline [we wanted to tell] — worked out,” says Jacobs. “When the story unfolds it will [all make] make sense.”



'House' exclusive: Huddy fans -- your time has come!

SPOILER ALERT: If you have yet to watch tonight’s House finale, stop reading now. I repeat, if you have yet to watch tonight’s House finale, stop reading now. For the last time, if you have yet to watch tonight’s House finale, stop reading now. Everyone else, onward and downward…

Fi. Na. Lly. House went there. When last night’s season finale ended in a Huddy liplock — a real one this time, it bears mentioning! — it seemed as though Dr. Crankypants and Cuddy at last were going to give a relationship the ol’ college try. But looks, as we’ve learned the hard way, can be deceiving. Is the Fox hit just messing with our emotions again? To find out, I rang up exec producer Katie Jacobs, who wasn’t just forthcoming with the scoop, she was pretty free with the kinda scoop that’s all but guaranteed to blow your mind.

That was one hell of a final scene. What should we take away from it?
KATIE JACOBS: This is real and something that they are going to try. It’s something they stayed away from for a long period of time because it’s dangerous and the consequences could be severe. But now they’re going to give it a try.

They’re going to make a go of a relationship?
JACOBS: Absolutely. Yes.

What are we led to believe happened after the screen faded to black?
JACOBS: That’s exactly the conversation we had. Does the audience want us to pick up two or three months later? Or is the audience interested in us [picking up right where we left off]? And it’s really dependent on the narrative. Last year when House checked himself into the psychiatric hospital, I felt like it wouldn’t be good enough for the audience just to see him come out the other end and [return] to Princeton Plainsboro. Even though they knew he would [eventually] return there, I wanted everybody to see the moment after.

So which scenario will you choose this time around?
JACOBS: Put it this way… I’m certainly in the camp of not wanting to miss much after the fade to black. Because the truth is the challenges that are ahead for them are the things that kept them apart to begin with. It’s not chemistry or the spark. It’s “How are we going to deal with this? We’re going to be together. What does that look like?” Cuddy is his superior at the hospital. And she’s a mother. Those are the kind of things we’re going to have fun with.

I could be wrong but I think Huddy fans want to see a real, non-hallucinatory sex scene.
JACOBS: I get it. We’re in the process of figuring all that out right now, so I don’t have an answer. But this isn’t just about the [season premiere]. This isn’t something that will work or fail in just one episode. We’re going to attempt to make a true exploration of this relationship.

Were you on set when that last scene was shot?
JACOBS: Yes. It was amazing. Our prop guy, Eddie, had tears in his eyes. You never know how people are going to react to the story, but seeing Eddie with tears in his eyes and happy with the fact that House and Cuddy were finally going to give it a try was very satisfying.
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar Kerni » Mer 19 Mai 2010 20:09

Trois scénaristes de la série, Garret Lerner, Peter Blake et Russel Friend, répondent aux questions de Ginia Bellafante.

Behind the Plot Twists of the ‘House’ Season Finale

The sixth season of House (major spoilers ahead) ended on Monday night with some pretty terrific wish fulfillment: Doctors House and Cuddy, who have been tugging at each others’ hearts since the series began, finally got on the road to something real.

The third side of the love triangle, Cuddy’s boyfriend, Lucas — whom House once hired as a private investigator though he now disparages him as the “manchild” — has thankfully been eliminated. What will happen now? At least one double date for House and Cuddy and their friend Wilson and his ex-wife.

In the aftermath of the finale, we asked writers for the show Garret Lerner, Peter Blake and Russel Friend to settle some final questions. Below are selections from the e-mail exchange. Mr. Blake will take questions from readers, as well; please leave them in the comments section.


Question : You have finally satisfied the twisted dreams of legions of female television viewers by getting House and Cuddy together during the last few seconds of the season finale on Monday night. Was there any internal debate about torturing viewers even further and making them wait a whole other season for the relationship to begin?

Garret Lerner : We have known for a long time we were eventually going to explore the relationship between House and Cuddy. And while we do relish torturing our viewers, we felt that House had really spent season six working on making himself available for such a relationship and that Cuddy would recognize the change in him. Our exec producer, Katie Jacobs, pointed out that we have ended so many recent seasons on a bleak note, that it would be a refreshing change to end this season on a hopeful one.


Question : House and Cuddy spend most of the episode in a rescue effort at the sight of a very bad accident. They argue about whether or not to amputate the leg of one of the victims. This obviously has a lot of symbolic resonance for House. Did you worry that this might seem a little too, you know, neatly hokey?

Peter Blake : Well, our initial idea was a lot more hokey — that the victim was also a misanthropic diagnostician with a drug addiction named Doktor Haüs –- spelled the German way, but with an umlaut.

Russel Friend : It was actually inspired by real stories we’d read about. Unfortunately these things happen when people get trapped underneath buildings. Rescuers are forced to make life-and-death decisions that often involve amputations. We had a technical adviser from the L.A.F.D. helping us out throughout prep, and production (Capt. Larry Collins), and he told us some incredible stories about his time pulling victims from the rubble in Haiti. We also watched the documentary “Sergio” [about the United Nations special representative who died in an explosion at the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad] — and with “Law & Order” going off the air, there were all these headlines just in need of being ripped from.


Question : When House arrives home bereft at the loss of this patient and the general hideous unfairness of life, he hacks into his bathroom wall to get at a secret stash of Vicodin. When are we supposed to imagine that he built this drug safe deposit box?

Russel Friend : Ah, good question. Well, we’ve imagined for years now that House has various “secret stashes” of Vicodin hidden around his apartment, office, and I guess wherever else you can secretly stash something. However, as astute viewers will point out (and by that of course I mean our show runner, David Shore) at the end of last season House tells Cuddy where all the drugs are hidden and she cleans them out before he heads off for his stint at Mayfield. So, that leaves the question – did he hide this stash sometime during this past season? Or, was it a secret-secret stash that he kept secret from Cuddy? Or was it all hallucination, and he didn’t show Cuddy any secret stash? Now, I guess you’re expecting me to answer that question, but instead I’ll just trail off into silence…


Question : At 8:38 p.m. Cuddy was yelling at House and telling him she didn’t love him and was “done.” It certainly did not seem as though she was going to toss her fiancé, Lucas, to the curb within the remaining 22 minutes of the episode. Walk me through Cuddy’s off-camera thought process and the unseen dialogue between her and Lucas.

Peter Blake : Well, the 22 minutes that pass are only screen time. The last scene takes place around dawn, so in reality (or “reality” in quotes) many hours have passed. Not to mention that House and Cuddy getting together is actually six seasons in the making, so hopefully we’d earned it.

Garret Lerner : Here’s what we think was going through Cuddy’s mind: she sees House admit something that he’s never admitted before — that the defining moment in his life (to save his leg) was actually the wrong choice. It was the most vulnerable she’d ever seen him, and for the first time, she believes he’s actually capable of change. Greg Yaitanes (who directed the episode) got a great shot of Cuddy’s reaction. So we imagine that after all of this, Cuddy goes home to Lucas and has a wrenching, long conversation with him. She tells him that she’s incredibly sorry to do this to him, but that she’s in love with House; that it’d be wrong to go forward with him.


Question : The final moments of the episode are an obvious echo to last season’s finale. There’s House in his bathroom clutching at a bottle of Vicodin and there’s Cuddy. Only this time, he stays clean and Cuddy’s presence is real rather than hallucinatory. Tell me about the decision to come full circle and end this way.

Russel Friend : Wait a minute, you’re wrong — last night’s episode was a just a hallucination.

Peter Blake : To avoid death threats on the comments threads, let me note that Russ is kidding. The kiss was real. There was some debate about where to play this scene. At one point, we had it take place in House’s living room because we were concerned that the audience would think it was just another hallucination. But Greg felt strongly that the final scene of this season should echo the end of last season, and I think he was right.


Question : How much couples therapy are you going to put House and Cuddy through next season to make it work?

Peter Blake : Why would they pay for couples therapy when they have Wilson?
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Re: Les brèves de la saison 6

Messagepar andika » Mer 19 Mai 2010 21:26

Peter Blake : Why would they pay for couples therapy when they have Wilson?


Enorme, pourquoi faireu ne thérapie quand on a wilson? Je m'imagine déjà house relater ses exploits sexuel à wilson la prochaine saison!!! :evil:
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