Rashida Jones says she wants Dakota Fanning to star in the movie she’s writing because she’s “young and hot.” Good enough for me! She’ll be receiving the 2011 Presidential Citizens Medal for bringing attention to the fact her partner died alone in the hospital because Janice wasn’t allowed to be with her.The sad thing is this still happens all the time, but I’m glad Janice was able to get through to the President in her sad case.Or, perhaps will surprise the skeptic in everyone and flesh out a full-on love story between its stars to rival that of a Calzona or Brittana. Executive producer Drew Barrymore is a friend and ally to the LGBT community, so yeah, we'll go with that. She has also signed to the HBO comedy series Washingtonienne and Melt, an Australian production.Taylor began a recurring role on Grey's Anatomy as Dr.Lucy Fields, an obstetrician and maternal-fetal fellow.Although the film performed disappointingly at the box-office and received lukewarm reviews, Taylor was praised for her role.
If you’re wondering about Drew Barrymore, she’s producing the show.Her first leading role was in the Australian series head Land (2005–2006). Lucy Fields on Grey's Anatomy (2011), as one of the Angels on the short-lived reboot Charlie's Angels (2011), as the main character on the ABC show 666 Park Avenue (2012–2013), and in the NBC action/thriller series Crisis (2014).She then made the transition to Hollywood, appearing in films including Man-Thing (2005), See No Evil (2006), Transformers (2007), Bottle Shock (2008), Cedar Boys (2009), Splinterheads (2009), Shutter (2008), Red Dog (2011) and Any Questions for Ben? She currently stars as Trish Walker in the Netflix exclusive Marvel Cinematic Universe streaming television shows Jessica Jones and The Defenders.Leigh Paatsch in the Herald-Sun wrote "Taylor exudes a warmth and assurance (in her performance). TVLine reports that Rachael‘s character is the youngest and sassiest – she’s a con artist and an expert in Krav Maga!