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MessagePosté le: Dim 12 Aoû - 11:28 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

merci pour ce dernier reportage, les réflexions autour d ela série sont sympas? sais tu de quelle revue il s'agit? Okay
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MessagePosté le: Dim 12 Aoû - 14:29 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

frankie11 a écrit:
merci pour ce dernier reportage, les réflexions autour d ela série sont sympas? sais tu de quelle revue il s'agit? Okay


Arrow Sorry, je ne sais pas de quel magazine est tiré l'article. Je l'ai trouvé sur un site web consacré à l'actrice interprétant du Dr. Cameron. Surprised
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MessagePosté le: Mar 14 Aoû - 09:59 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

article intéressant mais en anglais bien sur sur les nominations aux emmy de la série, les chances de Hugh d'être enfin reconnu (qu'il n'ait pas été nommé l'année dernière est considéré comme une injustice) et quelques infos concernant la saison 4[url]http://www.tvweek.com/news/2007/08/house_sopranos_emmys_500pound.php
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MessagePosté le: Mar 14 Aoû - 10:01 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

pardon le lien ne s'est pas bien affichéhttp://www.tvweek.com/news/2007/08/house_sopranos_emmys_500pound.php
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MessagePosté le: Mar 14 Aoû - 12:38 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

tu pouvais tout simplement éditer ton message précédent...

en tout cas merci pour l'article ! Smile
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Scans d'Arthelius n°17 :
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MessagePosté le: Dim 23 Sep - 15:38 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

Scans du Télémoustique n°37 du 12 septembre 2007








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MessagePosté le: Dim 23 Sep - 22:21 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

Un article en langue française qui amène des éléments intéressants sur la série , le regard des toubibs et une interview de Laurie himself!! Beau retour parmi nous IC3!! Okay un grand merci!!
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MessagePosté le: Lun 24 Sep - 14:48 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

Merci Ic-3.

Jesse Spencer interview in Singapore newspaper:

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MessagePosté le: Lun 24 Sep - 20:40 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

Okay, merci, pour tous ces articles ! Mr. Green
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MessagePosté le: Lun 24 Sep - 21:01 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

Merki pour les articles ! Wink
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MessagePosté le: Ven 28 Sep - 13:42 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

Interview de Hugh Laurie dans le "New York Post":

Hugh Laurie Gets New 'House' Mates!

Fred Topel
Special to Hollywood.com


Dr. House is back--but we can't be so sure about his interns. After Foreman quit at the end of last season, House fired Chase and Cameron to boot, and producers revealed that House will be interviewing new candidates for the three open positions. They call it Survivor: House Style. He will still see his former team, but they may only be in his imagination.


House star Hugh Laurie, who earned another Emmy nomination for his portrayal of the pill popping doctor, opened up to Hollywood.com about hiring a new team, meeting the queen and more.


Hollywood.com: How will House torture the new intern candidates?

Hugh Laurie: He has many devious means of inflicting psychological torture. Every candidate, every team of candidates, gets their own specific torment that they have to go through.


HW: With such a tight ensemble, how does it feel to let other people in there?

HL: It feels fine. Actually, that's a better question for them rather than me, because I feel like I'm sort of doing the same thing every day. I think everyone feels optimistic about where we're going and they feel good about being in a show that they're proud of. Both the new people and the people who have already done it feel proud of what they do--and that's the main thing.


HW: It adds some freshness to the show now that it's in year four...

HL: Oh yeah, definitely. I think the smartest thing about it is that the writers and producers are making this change while it's still their decision. The conventional thing would be to have a network or a studio saying, ""Don't change it because it's fine, it's fine. Don't change anything."" Then by the time you need to change it it's too late. But what they've decided to do is to control the direction it goes in now before it becomes a panic measure. I think it's so smart and it's such a good way to go.


HW: Have you ever read anything in one of the scripts so outrageous even you have a hard time?

HL: No. I think I never have read anything that was un-actable. I've read things that I thought, 'Wow, this is going to be tough. We are going to have to get this right because if we don't this whole thing isn't going to work at all.' But no, David Shore is just simply too smart a writer, as are his cowriters. They are just too smart to really hang anybody out to dry, as it were.


HW: Has anything ever made you hate him as a person?

HL: No, no. I completely agree that House is not an easy proposition. He may not even be morally a good man. But then, the truth is we don't only like the people who are morally good. Of all the friends we have, are they the 10 morally best people we ever met? No, of course they are not, that is not how we choose our friends. Thank God, because it would be a weird universe if we did.


HW: Women love House. Do you think they want to save him?

HL: I don't know if that's true really. Clearly this is a troubled character. There was an episode, one of my favorite episodes ever of Star Trek, favorite moment in Star Trek was when Captain Kirk looks over the cosmos and says, ""Somewhere out there someone is saying the three most beautiful words in any language."" Of course your heart sinks and you think it's going to be, ""I love you"" or whatever. He says, ""Please help me."" What a philosophically fantastic idea, that vulnerability and need is a beautiful thing. Actually, House is a character in need of human contact and some kind of redemption. That ""Please help me"" aspect I think is an important element in the show.


HW: What was it like to be made a member of the Order of the British Empire by the Queen?

HL: I haven't been honored by many Queens in my life [so] not many things to compare it with, but it was a huge thrill. Of course it was a huge thrill. I went to Buckingham Palace and I put on a royal set of tails. I spoke to her for about 14 seconds. I think that is all you are allowed, which I completely understand. She's got to do 100 people in an hour. You got to keep it plucking on. It was a very big thrill.


HW: Was it a surprise? How did they let you know about that in the first place?

HL: They just write to you saying, ""If this happened would you, we aren't saying it will, but if it did, would you?"" You indicate, you sort of check the box, you just tell them. I remember my middle son said, ""Dad, do you have to be so obvious about it?"" So I toned it down. That was a very good response.


HW: Did the Queen appear to know anything about the show?

HL: I don't know. She's just too damn professional to give it away! She is extremely good, I'll tell you. You can't tell. I'd like to think that I swim across there at some point, but I couldn't be sure of it.


House premieres Sept. 25, 2007 on Fox

Source: http://www.nypost.com/entertainment/movies/news/n13380.htm
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MessagePosté le: Ven 28 Sep - 21:23 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Sam 29 Sep - 18:26 (2007)    Sujet du message: Revue de Presse Répondre en citant

After Cleaning House
By Maria Elena Fernandez
Sun 23 Sep, 2007

THE Emmy statue would have gone so nicely with the surfboard.

But, really, who needs a stuffy old Emmy when the people who know what's hot have named you the Teen Choice TV Actor? Hugh Laurie has two Golden Globes at home and has earned two Emmy nominations, but America's adolescents last month picked him over Matthew Fox, Wentworth Miller, Milo Ventimiglia and Jared Padalecki as their favorite male TV star on the awards show presented by Fox and Global TV.

Not bad for a 48-year-old, huh?

Or as Laurie, star of Fox's Emmy-nominated House, put it, "Given that the ages of all the other nominees probably don't add up to mine, I felt that was a real triumph. It's a huge thrill for me and I can't deny it."

Winning the Teen Choice surfboard, which Laurie says he will use "to iron my shirts or something," is actually not as much of an anomaly as it might seem, because House ranked as the top-rated scripted show among 12- to 17-year-olds last season. More important, the medical mystery drama also pushed past surgical soap Grey's Anatomy to garner the season's highest number of advertiser-coveted 18- to 49-year-old viewers for all scripted shows.

Now, in an attempt to keep that momentum for its fourth season, House producers have concocted a story line that takes advantage of House's irreverence and acerbic humor and, interestingly, forces art to imitate life. Just as 40 fellowship candidates are competing for not-so-dreamy jobs with Laurie's Dr. Gregory House, guest actors are vying for regular roles on the Fox drama. The writers are still mulling over which two or three will stay.

"What can happen often in TV is that if something is successful, everyone is nervous about changing anything in case they risk upsetting the boat," Laurie said. "But, of course, by the time you actually get a sign that you should change something, it's too late. I think it's very clever on the part of the writers that they have used the impetus we have at the moment to very slightly change directions. It's perfectly in keeping with House's way of going about things. You make House do something at your peril."

Cross-generational appeal

LAURIE, whose characters on Britain's A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Black Adder and Jeeves and Wooster were not as high-minded as the infectious-disease specialist he plays now, says it makes him nervous to think about the show's triple-threat success -- high ratings, critical acclaim and awards -- out of fear "that almost immediately it will evaporate like the morning dew." But he has come up with a credible theory on why the cranky, charismatic doctor has cross-generational appeal.

"Not that anybody cynically designed it this way, but I do think that House in some ways appeals to an older audience because he expresses all the impatience that old people have with the way the modern world is going and the touchy-feely, anti-scientific way the world is going," Laurie said. "But he also, I think, connects to teenagers who are similarly impatient with all the rules and restrictions on life. And that rebellious side of House really does appeal to teenagers."

If that is the magic formula, then this season, which begins at 9 p.m. Tuesday, should follow suit because the scheme that House hatches when he is forced to hire doctors to replace Foreman, Cameron and Chase makes his pretending to have cancer last season seem almost sane. The third-season finale packed a wallop -- the genius doctor who claims he prefers the company of his guitar was left alone, literally. After Foreman (Omar Epps) tendered his two-week notice, House hastily fired Chase (Jesse Spencer), which, in turn, prompted Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) to quit too.

The shake-up was not something creator David Shore had planned from the beginning of the season, but one the writers happened upon as they explored the effect of Foreman's departure on the team. Then, as the writers played with the idea of how House would handle losing everyone, Shore realized he was in the enviable position of reinvigorating his winning blueprint without forcing it, a challenge all hit shows face as they age and are sized up against new programs.

"Rather than, 'Oh my God, oh my God, we've run out of stuff, it's starting to get boring, it's starting to get dull, we've got to change something, what are we going to change?,' we changed it based on our own agenda," Shore said. "Let's try it now while the show is still working very well. We're just expanding the world. The show is not different. It's just growing a little bit."

To be sure, the May finale caught fans by surprise. All summer, Internet message boards have been filled with the musings of frustrated and excited fans alike -- some charging the producers with "ruining the show" for the sake of a "gimmick," others speculating that House's three fellows at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital will all be back because the producers would never fire three series leads of a hit show at the same time.

Certainly, no one has been fired -- and fans who don't want to know more should think twice about reading the next few paragraphs.

When the season begins, House -- and the viewers -- have no idea where the three doctors went.

By the second episode, we learn that Cameron has been reassigned to the emergency room at Princeton-Plainsboro, Chase works in surgery and Foreman is at New York Mercy Hospital. But eventually, as Epps disclosed on the Emmys red carpet on Sunday, "he'll be back begrudgingly."

And their former Vicodin-addicted boss is as brutally honest and self-indulgent as ever.

Deciding that he does not need a staff, House takes to doing things, such as bouncing his ideas off the janitor until Dr. Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein), the dean of medicine and hospital administrator, and oncologist Dr. James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) step in and force him to hire help in a story line that takes full advantage of the threesome's comedic rapport.

"It seems monumental, but it's really organic, House being House," executive producer Katie Jacobs said. "How many years can you really survive working with this kind of boss? And when the season starts, he's by himself. He likes himself."

Given no choice but to replace his three fellows, House decides to hire 40 temporary candidates, a move Cuddy must tolerate because she does not have to pay them more than she paid Foreman, Cameron and Chase. The rest plays out like a game of Survivor, with doctors eliminated on a weekly basis until six are left in the fourth episode. House even makes them wear numbers so he doesn't have to bother learning their names.

"For Cuddy, this is like if you're water-skiing and all of a sudden the speed boat takes off and starts whipping around and you're trying to hold on," Edelstein said. "He's just gone out of control. Imagine if he has three people to hurl insults at and now he has 40 people. It's like the show is magnified at this point because there's just more people to abuse on it."

If the "reality" game seems vicious, consider this: The new actors playing doctor are jumping the same hurdles, except that they don't have to put up with a grouch's mean streak off-camera. At recent table reads, Laurie has noticed that the actors vying to become regulars have been reading their scripts back to front. Edelstein said she finds the new season's scripts so exciting that she has been waiting for the table reads to find out who gets fired at the end of each episode.

"It really is rather a cruel environment, in many ways," Laurie said. "But what's really delightful is that the actors involved, instead of eyeing each other jealously and competing and trying to stab each other in the back, they are a sort of happy band of brothers. They almost, almost sing songs around the campfire."

The group includes Olivia Wilde (The O.C. and The Black Donnellys) as an intriguing physician whom House can't figure out; Edi Gathegi (Lincoln Heights) as a black Mormon; Peter Jacobson (The Starter Wife) portraying a plastic surgeon; Anne Dudek (Mad Men) as an ambitious know-it-all; and Kal Penn (24) as the doctor most invigorated by the genius he wants to work for.

Shore and his writers are now in the process of choosing House's two or three new fellows, which takes place in the eighth episode.

"On any other show I've worked with, I don't know how this would feel," Shore said. "But this just feels like something House would do. Interviewing and hiring seems like something he wouldn't do. Hiring 40 people and then firing 37 of them feels like something he would do."

Laurie agrees but finds comfort in knowing that the audience knows House better than anyone at Princeton-Plainsboro.

"For all that horrible, random, destructive behavior, there always remains something redeemable about House," Laurie said.

"Nothing that House does is for public approval. In the same way he doesn't care about the criticism, he also doesn't care about the applause either. He's just doing it for his own reasons, and we the audience know something. We have a hint that underneath all of that, he may not be an angel, but he's on the side of the angels."

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