Photo Coverage: 'WATCHMEN' Wilson and Morgan Q&A at Apple Store SOHO
'Watchmen', actors Patrick Wilson and Jeffrey Dean Morgan stopped by for a Q & A session at the Apple Store SOHO on March 5th, 2009. BWW had our "superhero" photographers in the area to catch the two big screen leading as they met the crowd.
Adapted by Zack Snyder as the follow-up to the smash CGI-enhanced Persian War epic 300, the film features Wilson as Night Owl, described as "a rich kid interested in birds." Watchmen will "be set in an alternate 1985 with plenty of Cold War overtones." It will also feature Matthew Goode as clever vigilante Ozymandias, Jeffrey Dean Morgan as the Comedian, Jackie Earle Haley as Rorschach and Malin Akerman as Silk Spectre and Billy Crudup as Dr. Manhattan.
Patrick Wilson was last seen on Broadway in ALL MY SONS and Barefoot in the Park. His other Broadway credits are The Full Monty (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations, Drama League Award), Oklahoma! (Tony and Drama Desk nominations), and Gershwins' Fascinating Rhythm (Drama League Award). He was seen off-Broadway in: Bright Lights, Big City (Drama Desk nomination, Drama League Award), Tenderloin (Encores!). and in the national tour of Carousel (Drama-Logue Award, Carbonell Award, L.A. Ovation nom.), and Miss Saigon. His regional credits include Sweet Bird of Youth, Harmony, Ciderhouse Rules, Romeo and Juliet: The Musical, Lucky in the Rain, The Full Monty. Recordings: The Full Monty, Tenderloin, Lucky in the Rain, Bright Lights Big City, Allegro. Film: Angels in America (Golden Globe and Emmy nominations), The Alamo, Phantom of the Opera, Hard Candy, Little Children ,Evening. Lakeview Terrace , Passengers, . Recently Wrapped: Barry Munday.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan to TV audiences as Denny Duquette on Grey's Anatomy, patriarch John Winchester on Supernatural, and Judah Botwin on the Showtime series Weeds. He can be seen in the 2007 film P.S. I Love You.
Photos by RD/Retna Digital Ltd.
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