On last sunday (March, 10) happened the Dallas’s Panel on 2013 PaleyFest. Brenda Strong, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Josh Henderson, Jordana Brewster, Julie Gonzalo and Jesse Metcalfe attended the panel answering the mediator and fans’s questions about the series and mainly about Larry Hagman and the J.R.’s death.
Brenda who plays Ann Ewing, the Emma Brown’s (Emma Bell) mother was asked about how she prepared for scenes of judgment. Brenda answered talking about Emma and the amazing scripts for these scenes.
“…and the young woman who plays my daughter, Emma Bell is such an extraordinary available actress emotionally. And all I had to do is look out and look at her and recognize the loss of not having been there to watch her grow up. And the rest just came.”
Hello everybody. Let’s wait a new exicting Dallas’s episode. “Ewings Unite!”on next Monday. Enjoy!
The gallery was updated with new pictures of sessions by Megan Mack and Shaina Hedlund. Enjoy!
Hello everybody. Yesterday we had a memorable episode about JR’s death (episode “JR’s Masterpiece”). A beautiful and sad episode honoring Larry Hagman, the eternal J.R. Ewing.
Throughout the weekend and also during the showing of the episode, everyone always commented on Twitter using the tag #RememberingJR in his honor. Certainly, Larry always will be greatly missed for all old and new Dallas’s fans.
So, here are with HD screencaps of this episode and also of “Blame Game” and “The Furious and the Fast” episodes. And the gallery also was updated with new episode stills of “JR’s Masterpiece” and “Venomous Creatures” episodes. Enjoy!
Besides wearing gorgeous red dresses, is anyone else wondering what point the character of Elena (Jordana Brewster) actually serves lately?
In this week’s Dallas (Season 2, Episode 5, “Trial and Error”), she maybe uttered two lines and spent the rest of the time scowling and/or holding onto to Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) as if her life depended on it. (Though, on second thought, it might actually…)
Her brother Drew, who has emerged as this season’s Tommy Sutter, is giving her a meager plot (drilling for oil is so passé these days) to cling to, and Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) threatening her on behalf of her son just seems far-fetched.
If Elena isn’t careful, Emma (Emma Bell) might just take her place as the Princess of Southfork. She certainly has the wardrobe for it.
EMMA’S RED BOW COAT:
RED Valentino Bow Collar Coat
EMMA’S BLACK DRESS:
RED Valentino A-Line Bow Dress
Source: On Screen Style
On last February 9-10, Emma attended the 2013 Sci Fi Expo at Irving Convention Center in Irving, TX.
You can see some pictures of the event and also a new photoshoot by her friend Shaina Hedlund. Enjoy!
Here we are with the Emma’s looks on Dallas!
Season 2, Episode 5: Emma’s Preppy Perfection
“Emma is a vision of preppy perfection in this green cashmere cable knit Kenzo sweater and Barney’s NY Co-op flower skirt. This look reflects Emma being the good, obedient girl that everyone expects,” said Kunin of the resident Brit’s style.
Season 2, Episode 3: Emma’s English Rose Style
“The lovely Emma has led a sheltered life. She was raised in England by her very wealthy grandmother, who exposed her to the finer things in life. This look shows that refinement,” costume designer Rachel Sage Kunin told us. “She is absolutely proper wearing her Van Cleef & Arpels necklace with that caramel Shoshanna A-line dress.”