Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger were together in Vancouver Saturday night to celebrate Fringe reaching the 100-episode milestone. The show won't get much beyond the big 100 number, since they're filming their fifth and final season now. Along with costars from his show, including Anna Torv, and producer JJ Abrams, Josh and Diane celebrated at the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel.
Diane went to Canada to spend time with Josh after a month of serious jet-setting. She attended multiple events in Paris two weeks ago, then recharged in Cabo on a bikini- and shirtless-filled vacation with Josh. Diane then logged a few days in LA, attending the Miss Golden Globe party, before going north of the border to link up again with Josh.
Diane Kruger arrived at LAX last night, ready to catch a flight, while Joshua Jackson spent the day in Vancouver on the set of Fringe. Joshua and Diane were in Cabo for the holiday weekend, soaking up the South of the Border sunshine, but they both appeared to be back to their regular routine as the work week kicked off.
This is Joshua's final season of his Fox show, and he seems to be enjoying the last weeks of filming, posing for fun pictures with costars and guest stars in between scenes on the dramatic sci-fi show. As Josh winds down his series, Diane is starting work on one of her own, starring in The Bridge for FX. The show is slated to debut on the network in 2013 and is expected to shoot in El Paso this week. The role will be a new challenge for Diane, who will play a Texan cop charged with solving a murder that takes place just along the border of Mexico and the United States.
Diane Kruger decided to make a preholiday visit to France! She touched down in Paris today wearing a classic striped sweater, jeans, and suede booties. Over the weekend, though, she hung out in LA with Joshua Jackson and stocked up on baking supplies and groceries at Whole Foods. They've since gone their separate ways, with Josh returning to Vancouver, where Fringe is currently in production. He was spotted on the Canadian set yesterday avoiding the rain in between scenes.
There are plenty of exciting new sci-fis, mysteries, and geek-friendly shows to watch this Fall, but plenty of shows we've come to love will return for a new season of entertainment. We put together a list of what to watch and record throughout the week to get you ready for the upcoming Fall lineup. The only major scheduling conflict is between Castle and NBC's new show Revolution. Decisions, decisions!
Joshua Jackson and his costars Anna Torv and Lance Reddick sat down with executive producer J.H. Wyman for a Fringe panel during the Summer TCAs in Beverly Hills yesterday. They chatted about the upcoming fifth and final season of their small-screen series, which premieres on Sept. 28. The cast also made an appearance at Comic-Con earlier this month to promote the show, and Joshua said yesterday that the convention was unlike anything he'd ever experienced before. We're on the scene at the TCAs, so make sure to check back for more from the TV press event. Joshua has been focused on work, but he's also been spending time with girlfriend Diane Kruger. They've popped up in Paris and NYC recently, just ahead of Diane's 36th birthday.
Suffice to say, fringe is having a moment. From '20s glam to funkier boho tiers to full on '80s rocker vibe, the flapper-derived trend was seen on the runways of Oscar de la Renta, Marchesa, Gucci, and more. Whether you wear your tassels at the hem, in a capped shoulder detail, or bedazzled along the neckline, this distinct trimming adds flounce and fancy to every garment. And depending on how you spin it, fringe can also inject an extra dose of edge and texture into your final look. To do right by this ultracool style, we've picked out 15 evening-ready frocks that just so happen to feature accents of that unmistakable Spring '12 fringe. Get ready to shimmy and shake — click through to see our editors' picks at every price point.
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Joshua Jackson had a skip in his step on the Vancouver set of Fringe yesterday. After spending time in LA, he's back in front of the cameras for the series, which returned with a new episode last week following a midseason break. Joshua popped up in Pasadena for the TCAs and was also spotted shopping with longtime girlfriend Diane Kruger. While Joshua got back to work up north, Diane stayed in southern CA to be a presenter at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards. Diane maintained her stylish red-carpet ways in a yellow and gray Prada gown that she accented with a pink lip and matching clutch.
And we're back! Fringe kept us on the edge of our seats with a two-week hiatus, but things are moving along now that Peter's back in the equation. The theme running through this episode was "some things are not ours to tamper with," which was a famous quote from William Bell spoken to both Walter and Doctor Truss. Speaking of Bell, I'd love to know what led to his death in this version of the universe.
Lincoln is back in action this week as well, which makes me pretty happy. I have a major geek crush on Agent Lee and his wide-brimmed glasses. Check out a few of my favorite moments from this week's Fringe, and don't forget to discuss yours in the comments!
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This season of Fringe is moving fast. If you haven't been able to keep up, or are wondering why there is still a bridge between the two universes, even without Peter Bishop, John Noble does a great job of explaining how it all went down in this promo video. Fringe returns this Friday, where we dive right into Peter Bishop's return. Get excited!