01:50 AM EDT 11/19/2015
Originally posted 11/18/2015 04:40PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4616410390001"] Even people who never watched the original run of Dallas probably know that one of the series' major plotlines can be summed up in three simple words: "Who shot J.R.?" In the final moments of the show's third season finale, J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), the show's scheming villain but also arguably its central character, was seen getting shot by an offscreen assailant.
Originally posted 03/05/2014 06:15AM
"It's flu season in Texas, so I haven't taken him out that much on set," the Dallas star says
Originally posted 10/24/2013 12:10PM
When former Beverly Hills 90210 star AnnaLynne McCord accepted her award for her anti-human trafficking efforts at the Unlikely Heroes Award Gala in Hollywood over the weekend, there was someone missing by her side – actor boyfriend Dominic Purcell.
"My darling," McCord told PEOPLE at the event. "He's in Australia with his darlings. With the kids."
Although the couple have been a serious item since 2011, McCord admits she is in no rush to walk down the aisle.
"Everybody else is doing it. I got to go against the grain. So I'm holding off," she said.
Originally posted 09/10/2013 10:00PM
Surprise! The Dallas star and husband Andrew Form are proud parents to son Julian, born via surrogate
Originally posted 02/14/2013 02:00PM
Linda Gray is walking into the Mansion Restaurant in Dallas when a valet calls out her name, runs over and gives her a warm hug. In minutes, other staffers join in, laughing and chatting with the actress.
"I knew all these people," she explains, referencing her first stint of fame in these parts, when she originally played Sue Ellen Ewing on the 1978 CBS series Dallas, a role she's now reprising on the TNT reboot. "It's wonderful to see everyone again. I feel so lucky. I feel so blessed."
The feeling is mutual. It's been 35 years since Gray was introduced to the world as Sue Ellen, the alcoholic former wife of J.R. Ewing, made iconically dastardly by the late Larry Hagman. Returning to Dallas – both the city and the series – "is a gift," says Gray, 72. "What would be my dream? It would be this: getting to spend the last days of Larry's life with him, working."
Originally posted 01/08/2013 10:15AM
The late Larry Hagman will not be forgotten when Dallas returns to television on Jan. 28.
Hagman, who shot to fame as the show's star patriarch oil baron, J.R. Ewing, will be honored in upcoming episodes this season, including a funeral, set for the series' March 11 episode, EW.com reports.
The actor passed away on Nov. 23 at 81 from cancer, forcing the show's producers to make significant changes to the storyline, even as they mourned the show's longtime villain who was also a great friend. Extra scenes with J.R. that had previously been cut were put back in for episode 6, said executive producer Cynthia Cidre, who had to explain to viewers as she wrote future episodes why the key character was absent.
Originally posted 01/06/2013 05:00PM
Jordana Brewster has babies on the brain – yes, you read that right: plural.
The Dallas star, 32, who has been married to movie producer Andrew Form since 2007, tells Latina she "definitely" wants two kids and is "enamored" by the idea of having twins.
"My dad was a twin, so it runs in the family," she explains. "Fingers crossed. We're thinking about having kids but I don't know when it'll happen. I feel very ready now."
Originally posted 11/26/2012 06:50PM
Larry Hagman will be remembered in two memorials this weekend – one in Dallas and one in Los Angeles – while his family decides what to do with his ashes.
"Right now we are going to be keeping his ashes within the family and we going to wait for my mother to pass on so they can be together," says his son Preston.
Hagman's wife of 58 years, Maj Hagman, is "in the later stages of Alzheimer's," says Preston, "so she’s not the person that she was, but she’s very well taken care of."
Originally posted 11/26/2012 12:45PM
What will happen to J.R. Ewing?
Before his death on Friday from complications from throat cancer, Larry Hagman, who plays the devious oil tycoon, had filmed six of 15 episodes for season 2 of Dallas.
Now, the show's writers and producers will have to find a way to finish filming the season without the show's most iconic character.
Originally posted 11/25/2012 10:30AM
Patrick Duffy is remembering his Dallas costar Larry Hagman, who died on Friday after a battle with throat cancer.
"Friday, I lost one of the greatest friends ever to grace my life. The loneliness is only what is difficult as Larry's peace and comfort is always what is important to me, now as when he was here," Duffy said in a statement. "He was a fighter in the gentlest way, against his obstacles and for his friends. I wear his friendship with honor."
On Dallas, Duffy, 63, played Bobby Ewing, the brother of Hagman's notorious oilman J.R. Ewing.
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