Seems that all a gal needs to do to get her own show on Fox is be a Deschanel. Great! Where do we sign up for the DNA transplant?
Oh, fine. Obviously you gotta be a little talented and a lotta cute, much like Emily Deschanel’s little sister and indie princess Zooey, who just landed herself a full-season pickup of her new show, New Girl.
So now that Zooey will be a permanent fixture around the Fox lot, naturally we’d expect Brennan’s long-lost Benjamin Franklin-loving cousin Margaret to make her encore Bones appearance — last time we saw Zooey around those parts, it was Christmas 2009 — and what better reason to make the trip than to meet her on-screen niece or nephew in Season 7?
But c’mon. That’s too easy. It may have taken 5 seasons for Zooey to grace the Bones set, but we’re not as patient as we used to be. Plus, we can’t think of a better cameo to up the ante this season than one made by Emily, herself. She could play her “adorkable” character Jess’s therapist (breakups are hard!), a creepy new neighbor (city livin’, yall), or a hot cougar that dates one of her male roomies (ding!ding!ding!).
What do you think? Would you like to see Emily breakout out of her Brennan shell and reunite with her sis on New Girl? (Source)
And baby makes three!
Bones star Emily Deschanel and her husband, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s David Hornsby, welcomed their first child Wednesday, a baby boy named Henry Hornsby, Deschanel’s rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
Deschanel, 34, and Hornsby were married in 2010. The actress maintained a vegan diet throughout her pregnancy. (Source)
On behalf of Emily Deschanel Daily and the fans, we’d like to (unofficially) wish Emily and David a very happy and excited congratulations! The buzz around Twitter is Emily has given birth to the couples first child! Emily’s Bones co-stars T.J. Thyne and David Boreanaz tweeted words of congratulations:
@TJ Thyne CONGRATULATIONS EMILY D!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yay yay yay!!! :0)
@david_boreanaz Happy Dance! Happy Dance!
No official word has been released – we’ll keep you updated!
Pregnant actress Emily Deschanel has adopted a new vegan diet as she prepares to give birth to her first child. While the star’s diet has been animal product-free for years, pregnancy presented a new nutritional challenge.
The Bones star and her actor husband David Hornsby are expecting a baby later this year, and her dietitian Ashley Koff has told People.com Deschanel has altered her food choices as she carries the tot. To avoid too many carbohydrates, Koff has taken hummus and pita off Deschanel’s menu, replacing the flat bread with vegetables, while the actress’s increased energy needs are being met by snacking regularly on nutrient-dense hemp seeds.
“What we want to do is give the body just enough energy so that it performs well. She loves nut butters and sometimes we’ll do fun smoothies, especially if she’s at work. We’ll take coconut water, nut butter, and berries and make a smoothie so she’s got something to sustain her energy in a liquid form.”
But vegan or not, Koff says the most important feature of any diet should be natural food.
“Whether you’re eating a plant- or animal-based diet, you want to eat food in the form closest to nature,” she recommends.
With Comic-Con quickly approaching The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed has compiled an early look at what, in some cases, is confirmed and other cases rumored to be heading to Comic-Con International. Set for July 21-24 with preview night July 20 at the Convention Center in San Diego, some studios, like Warner Bros. Television and 20th Television, as well as networks including Starz and HBO, have already released their early panel lineups. With the help of THR sources as well as assists from EW, IGN, seat42f.com and TVLine, here’s an early look at the TV side of Comic-Con 2011.
“Bones/The Finder” Panel: Friday, July 22, 2011
Panel discussion with Hart Hanson, Stephen Nathan, David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel as well as the stars of its spinoff, The Finder.