Julianna Margulies and George Clooney have discussed an “ER” reunion movie to celebrate the show’s upcoming 20th birthday. “George just reminded me the other day that we are coming up on our 20th anniversary of ‘ER,’” Margulies told E!
"ER" is still with Noah Wyle nearly 20 years later. In a video interview with People, Wyle, who played Dr. John Carter on the long-running NBC medical drama, was asked what "ER" medical jargon he can still receite.
"If I get onto a show that I feel like I can root for and there’s a little bit of action in there, and there’s a wonderful battle of good versus evil, I’m pretty much all in," Mitchell said.
I couldn’t resist asking her about “Lost” and her role as Dr. Weaver’s first lesbian lover on “ER.”
A little tease:
Do people still ask you about the “Lost" finale? Because I’m going to right now. [Laughs] They do. I get asked everyday, especially on planes.
So, what did you think of the finale? Here’s the thing, and you may completely disagree with me as many people do, I loved it. Because I’m a big believer in the fact that sometimes there’s just mystery out there and we have no idea what it is. I felt like if they explained every little detail it would have taken away the fun for me. I loved the fact that it was just this big, magical island. I’m on board with that. I think we need a little magic in our lives, so that’s how I felt about it. I know that it drove people nuts. I get it, I really do.