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Dr. Cameron + Big Screen = High Five!

Like many people I was heartbroken when Jennifer Morrison, the dashing and vibrant Allison Cameron on "House M.D." had her character’s role reduced, so I was delighted to see in one of the recent episodes she takes over as the Chief for a day sort of thing and finally getting some decent screen time. Morrison is one of my favorite actresses. I love the way she pulls off the smart, sassy, and sexy demeanor. (Which I like to call SSSD) And no I don’t really miss Jesse Spencer…. But really who does? :)
But now Jennifer Morrison has had time to work on a new film entitled “Table for Three”, a romantic comedy hopefully to be released in 2009, which co-stars Sophia Bush, the starlet from "One Tree Hill" and "The Hitcher."  Need I say more? Two of my favorite actresses playing the lead roles in a feature film….AWSOME!! And yes Sophia Bush is one of my favorite actresses, and people always ask… “It’s because she’s hot, right?” The answer is yes. "Table for Three" also features actor Brandon Routh. You might remember him from that gig he did a few years back? ("Superman Returns")
If some of you are wondering if "Table for Three" is going to be a cheesy, sappy, romantic goof-fest….It’s cool I feel the same way. I might go to the theatre and ask if the film can be played mute. I could check out Jennifer Morrison’s cute mannerisms and Sophia Bush’s stylish good looks, and I wouldn’t have to hear what Brandy Routh has to say. Brilliant.

But all things aside, I’m very excited to see Jennifer Morrison in this up coming film, and I will definitely be in line on opening day. So check out "Table for Three".

QATFYG(Questions and Thoughts for You Guys):
Do you miss Dr. Cameron on "House?" What do you think of Sophia Bush as an actress? And of course, will you go see "Table for Three?"

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