Tag Archives: Jennifer Morrison
Jennifer Morrison has had the distinct pleasure of giving birth to Chris Pine (via Chris Hemsworth, at that) in J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" and haunting Kevin Bacon in "Stir of Echoes." However, she's probably best known for her portrayal of Dr. Allison Cameron, a woman holding her own in a man's world on "House M.D."
Jennifer continues her legacy of being the feminine presence in a male-dominated environment in "Warrior," director Gavin O'Connor's hard-hitting family drama set against the backdrop of mixed martial arts. Jennifer plays Tess Conlon, a good wife and mother going through a tough time in her marriage to Brendan Conlon (Joel Edgerton) -- as her husband sneaks off to boxing competitions, trying to make ends meet, she's fighting for her family outside the ring.
We spoke with Jennifer about her experiences while working on "Warrior," her early days as a ghost in "Stir of Echoes" and her future on the upcoming fairy tale series, "Once Upon a Time." Get More »
In 1999, pre-millennial dread made for an exciting year of existential cinematic panic. That sense of mortality helped revolutionize the horror genre, as M. Night Shyamalan took the scene by storm with "The Sixth Sense."
Another 1999 horror film, however, was unfortunately overshadowed that year. "Stir of Echoes" was a nifty little ghost story based on a short story by Richard Matheson, and it featured none other than Jennifer Morrison -- currently costarring as Tess Conlon in the mixed martial arts drama "Warrior" (opening Sept. 9) -- as a creepy ghost girl who haunts Kevin Bacon. Get More »