In case you missed it, below is a video interview that Jesse did for Totally Clevver on Clevver TV this week!
Jesse appeared on Ellen this past week! It’s pretty amazing that it has been 10 years since he first appeared on the show. Jesse and Ellen did #ThrowbackThursday and talked about Jesse’s early experiences with acting–plus they showed a really adorable photo of Jesse as a child! Fun fact: this website was started as a direct result of his original Ellen interview! Yes, this website is almost 10 years old. haha. Check out his latest appearance below:
And here’s a clip from his original appearance back in 2004:
Jesse and Cara attended HBO’s post-Emmy Awards party on Sunday night. I’ve added some pictures to the gallery.
Also, check out the video below where Jesse discusses the upcoming season of Dallas and the Larry Hagman tribute that was missing from Sunday’s Emmy awards.
Jesse and Cara attended the premiere of Spring Breakers this past week! Other celebrities in attendance include stars of the movie Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, and James Franco, along with Ashley Tisdale, Marilyn Manson, Bella Thorne, and stars from the TV show Pretty Little Liars! Sounds like a great night! I’ve added photos to the photo gallery, and there are a few videos after the jump (just click Read More below). Enjoy!
Also, as a side note, we have just passed 7,000 photos, and there are still many more to add!
The Dallas actor shares details about the “emotional day” spent filming Monday night’s farewell to J.R.
Jesse Metcalfe in new Albert Bartlett Rooster Potatoes 2012 commercial. Check it out below or click here to watch on Youtube. Funny!
FYI – there is a temp layout up on the site while I work on a few things. Stay tuned!
It’s been 20 years since Texas-style lust, greed and cliffhangers had TV fans tuning in to the prime-time soap opera “Dallas.”
Now the juicy 1980s series returns in the Bravo update “Dallas,” a show headlined by such iconic “Ewings” as J. R. (Larry Hagman), Bobby (Patrick Duffy) and Sue Ellen (Linda Gray). These original characters have been brought back by the show’s producers.
Bravo’s 2012 revamp also features a new generation of Ewings to carry on the family tradition of plotting, scheming and down-and-dirty rivalry.
“We’re pretty sure the show is going to be a success. Maybe it’ll be another television phenomenon,” said new “Dallas” addition Jesse Metcalfe on Monday on CTV’s Canada AM.
The series debuted on July 13, pulling in an estimated six million viewers in the United States and 1.9 million viewers in Canada.
Even so, this new incarnation of “Dallas” has a long way to go to duplicate the success of its predecessor, which was included in Time magazine’s 2007 list of the “100 Best TV Shows of All-Time.”
In this new update, 33-year-old Metcalfe plays Christopher Ewing, the adopted son of Bobby and Pam Ewing.
Jesse Metcalfe talks with The Hollywood Reporter on the re-introduction of his character Christopher Ewing, filming in Dallas and working with co-star Patrick Duffy.Watch below or click here!
TNT has posted a new video about the casting of Dallas. Watch the video below or click here.