David Boreanaz Teases The Final Episodes Of ‘Bones’ And A Possible Reunion

“Bones” is coming to an end after 12 meaty seasons, but according to the show’s star David Boreanaz, there’s still a lot of excitement to come. 

The actor, who has been playing FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth since 2005, said that we should expect to witness some unexpected deaths in the final four episodes.

“I will say that some characters have been killed off, maybe some more, I don’t know. I know someone may get shot and hurt and injured … maybe me, possibly,” Boreanaz told The Huffington Post during a Build Series interview on Monday, teasing that his character could be in trouble.

“I think it’s done in a way that is open to the audience and the fans to say thank you for these 12 seasons,” he continued, “but also there’s hope for a possibility of a reunion or something of that nature down the line, which I would never say no to depending upon what it would be like and how it would be set up. But it’s a well-presented kind of ending and it ends, I’ll say, where it began.”

Boreanaz is feeling bittersweet about the conclusion of the beloved Fox show, admitting that saying goodbye to the crew and his co-stars was “very emotional.” 

“It’s a family environment,” he said. “I was fortunate to be on a show for that many years and it’s the cast and the crew that you really have this family-oriented relationship with. So it was tough [to say goodbye] and I think it became tougher as the weeks went on after the show was over for me. Going through this kind of decompression and walking around like, ‘How many pillows can I arrange here at home?’ And ‘How can I drive my family crazy before they say, “Go back to work! Do something!”?’”

Boreanaz is taking a break for a while, but said he enjoys working on television ― acting, producing and directing ― and hopes to find a new project to sink his teeth into. (You know, because we’re talking Angel here.)

“To get involved into a series again, which may happen, it has to be right and it has to be the character that I kind of respond to,” Boreanaz said. “I remember reading ‘Bones’ and being so intrigued by the character and by its relevance to ‘Romancing the Stone,’ the movie, and the connection those two characters had and the give and the take and the back and the forth, and the humor that could be created while solving crimes. Then you add the beautiful Ms. [Emily] Deschanel and it’s like a perfect lightning-in-a-bottle combination ― I was just very lucky to have that.”

“So instead of chasing certain things like that,” he concluded, “I just want to lay back and see how it goes.” 

Watch the full Build Series interview with David Boreanaz below, and catch a new “Bones” episode on Tuesday, March 7, at 9 p.m. ET on FOX. 

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U2 Sued For Allegedly Stealing ‘The Fly’ From British Songwriter

A British songwriter and guitarist has sued U2, claiming the band stole one of his works for a song on its blockbuster 1991 album “Achtung Baby.”

In a complaint filed on Monday night in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Paul Rose sought at least $5 million in damages from U2 lead singer Bono and bandmates The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr., as well as Island Records.

Rose, who said he has a dozen of his own albums, said the Irish band lifted “signature elements” of his copyrighted song “Nae Slappin” for its hit song “The Fly.”

He said this occurred at a time U2, then arguably the world’s most popular rock band, was seeking a “stark departure” from its trademark sound.

Rose said he gave a demo tape of “Nae Slappin” to Island in 1989, the same year the label signed U2, and that “The Fly” incorporated its guitar solo and other elements, including distortion and “industrial-style” percussion.

Rose said ordinary listeners “would reasonably find that the songs are substantially similar,” and at times so “strikingly similar” that they could not believe U2 came up with “The Fly” on its own.

U2 representatives did not immediately respond on Tuesday to requests for comment. Island’s parent, Universal Music Group, a unit of France’s Vivendi SA, did not immediately respond to a similar request.

It was not immediately clear why Rose waited more than 25 years to sue. His lawyer did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Well-known artists are often accused of stealing song ideas from other composers, although few cases go to trial.

Last June, Led Zeppelin prevailed at trial over whether it lifted the opening guitar passage to “Stairway to Heaven.”

A jury in March 2015 awarded Marvin Gaye’s family $7.4 million for alleged copyright infringement by Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams for their hit “Blurred Lines.” Thicke and Williams have appealed the verdict.

The case is Rose v Hewson et al, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No. 17-01471.

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Thanks To Luke Evans, Your Problematic Crush Gaston Is Finally Real

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If you were worried that the upcoming “Beauty and the Beast” film wouldn’t stay true to the 1991 original, allow this video to ease your mind. 

A “Beauty and the Beast” teaser clip hit YouTube yesterday, showing nearly a minute of the song “Gaston.” 

Sure, you hate Gaston. But mostly you hate how much you don’t hate Gaston — and thanks to Luke Evans’ portrayal, he’s looking even finer than before. Plus, Josh Gad is perfectly obsequious as LeFou, showering his much-stronger buddy with praise. 

The resemblance between the live-action scene and the animated version is uncanny.

Watch the full clip below. 

It’s unclear whether every last inch of Luke Evans’ Gaston is covered in hair. Other than that one tiny detail, the live-action and the animated version are pretty darn similar. We can’t wait to see these 2D characters brought to life!

“Beauty and the Beast” hits theaters March 17.

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