Gone, or, What is on Katherine Moennig’s head?

Wife and I are eagerly awaiting mildly interested in the release of the upcoming film Gone, which looks like your pretty standard yucktastic slasher fare but which was filmed here in Portland.  You don’t get to see Portland in films a lot, especially not as itself (rather than Boston or Generic Grey Rainy City.)  Plus, this has Amanda Seyfried in it, and she was in Jennifer’s Body, genuflect.

It also has Katherine Moennig, who is a separate point of excitement in our household, for slightly different reasons.  We were excited to consider the possibility that on the two nights when aerial filming took place on our dumpy little street in St Johns, KM was possibly up in a helicopter looking down, thinking, hey, look at that neat little farmhouse with the overgrown yard and the hurricane cellar that needs major work.  I’d like to know the people who live there.

We’re also excited to see what’s on her head.  Because it’s always special.

That is a lot of split ends for a District Attorney.  Or whatever.

We love you, Katherine.  Don’t ever change.

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2 responses to “Gone, or, What is on Katherine Moennig’s head?

  1. I really love you. Feel free to delete this comment if it’s not in keeping with the highbrow literary topics you tend to purvey on this blog, but I just thought you should know.

    I also really love (in a slightly different way) Katherine Moennig. Do you think we could send her a little care package with some leave-in conditioner?

    • Oh, there is no highbrow literary anything on this blog, my love. I approve this comment!

      I also approve leave-in coconut shea butter aloe vera lavender calming de-stress conditioner for KM. She needs it. Bless her heart!

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