When asked for clarification, Foxx reassured the shutterbug that the two are "just friends" and are actually working together on an upcoming animated project. Most recently Holmes' rep called a report that their wedding plans were on hold due to Holmes' pregnancy "categorically untrue." Foxx's rep also told E!
News that he is "not engaged, not getting married and not having another child."But just because they aren't engaged or expecting a child doesn't mean they aren't dating, with one insider saying it's been going on for years, and it's "not a secret among their friends." They have remained most careful not to be seen in public together and they strategically coordinate their arrivals and departures in able to be at the same place at the same time but not attract too much attention.
Another intern, Tyra Dupre (Kelly Mc Creary), warns Emily that the cliques at the hospital are all too familiar: the jocks have become orthopedic surgeons; the mean girls are in plastic surgery; and the rebels are in the ER.
Tyra has her own awkward place as “the principal’s kid” since her father, Doctor Tim Dupre (Harry Lennix), is the chief resident.
Network: The CW Episodes: 13 (hour) Seasons: One TV show dates: October 16, 2012 — February 5, 2013 Series status: Cancelled Performers include: Mamie Gummer, Justin Hartley, Aja Naomi King, Kelly Mc Creary, Harry Lennix, Necar Zadegan, and Michael Rady.
TV show description: Emily Owens (Mamie Gummer) thought that she was done with the world of high school.
Both Holmes and Foxx remained mum on the speculation at the time, but the actor wasn't afraid to speak out about it in March, promising it's all tabloid rumors."Oh come on, you guys have been trying to get that to stick for three years," Foxx told an inquiring paparazzo in Los Angeles at the time.She had been dating her editor, who then gets engaged to someone else (he says to a friend on the phone, right in front of Leigh, "It's about time I manned up! To make matters worse, Leigh wrote a story about a tiger chained in a New York apartment. Lost in the symbolism of her own story, Leigh relates to said tiger.On a moment's notice, literally mid-drink at a night spot, Leigh goes back to her apartment, packs her bag, packs up her cat, and moves home to live with her parents, not even informing them of her plans. Leigh has always done what is expected of her and she thinks she should be allowed a break. She doesn't help clean up around her parents' house, and when her mother says that they "expect her to contribute", Leigh says, "To what?There's a good, dark, messy movie in "The Lifeguard" trying to get out. It's not the most original of concepts, and writer-director Liz W.It's there, flickering at the periphery, visible in some of the scenes, and in a lot of the performances. "The Lifeguard" is hemmed in by vagueness and cliche, and nearly ruined by its soundtrack, an insistent barrage of thematically obvious alt-radio music cues. Garcia struggles with the tone throughout, but "The Lifeguard" is often saved by Kristen Bell's sensitive and complex performance.