NUP_104422_1631 ACCLAIMED ‘Scrubs’ star Zach Braff never seems to stop; when his not filming one of the now 8 seasons of his hit TV sitcom Scrubs, the 33-year-old is not only starring in but also writing and directing beautifully crafted and inspiring films [you might remember 2004’s Garden State opposite Natalie Portman or more recently The Last Kiss with Rachel Bilson]. And just when us Scrubs fans were beginning to fear the end of the Braff-ster he sends us a call to let us know there’s much, much more to come yet.

Braff recently posted a blog on his myspace, which revealed that there will infact be an 8th season of Scrubs; though it is currently not confirmed what station will get the honour of broadcasting it. He also went on to detail one of his favourite Scrubs episodes, that just so happens to air on E/P next week – “The Princess Bride”- so don’t miss it guys!

Furthermore, Braff wants YOUR help. How you may ask? Well he is apparently looking to direct a music video and wants you to help him put it together. For all the details read on.

[Below is excerpt from Zach’s blog]

“Dear Friends,
I am sorry it has taken me so long to write, but I feel kinda silly posting without anything too interesting to say. I’ve also been stalling to talk about some big Scrubs news, however I’ve just been informed that I’m not allowed to talk about anything related to Scrubs and it’s current fate. What I can tell you is that we are currently shooting 18 episodes for the 8th season. I am not allowed to discuss where one might watch them. (More news to come.)

But I can tell you that the coolest episode we’ve ever done is going to air on May 8th at 8:30(E/P). I directed it and it’s a GIANT homage to “The Princess Bride”. Dr. Cox has to make up a fairy tale for his son and he does so using everything that happened in the hospital that day. It’s by far the most epic (and expensive) episode we’ve ever done. (Monsters, potions, evil wizards, giants, hunchbacks, gnomes – like “World of Warcraft”, but Scrubs…)
I’ll be posting an exclusive clip on this site in a few days.

What I really want to talk about is the next music video I’m directing and I need your help. I came up with this idea to make a music video by cutting together clips of people from all over the world singing the song and shooting the video themselves as though it were their own song. I’ve been talking about doing something collaborative with all of you since I first started writing on here. Well I finally figured out how.

There’s lots more to come; I promise not to stay away so long again. And I’ll keep you posted on how the submissions are coming in.

Today was the most beautiful day ever in Los Angeles, I hope wherever you are on Earth this finds you smiling.

Peace and love,


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