10:28 PM EDT 01/29/2015
Originally posted 01/28/2015 10:30AM
[YOUTUBE "249I4kxTBEU"] Not to cast aspersions on Amanda Peet's character, or anything, but she may not have the best judgment.
If it were up to her, Game of Thrones wouldn't have received a green light!
The actress, 43, has been married to David Benioff since 2006. He co-created GoT, now entering its fifth season, with D.B. Weiss – and Peet wasn't so sure that the fantasy series should have been adapted for television.
Originally posted 01/27/2015 05:35PM
The Church of Scientology is is no stranger to coming under fire – but never before like this.
Originally posted 01/22/2015 03:00PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4005282458001" "" "" "auto"] Will Rosie O'Donnell ever run out of surprises? Don't bet on it.
Her latest: Injecting some of the hard truths about her personal life – such as the difficulty of raising four of her five children now that they are teenagers – into her recently reactivated standup-comedy act, which HBO has filmed for the documentary special Rosie O'Donnell: A Heartfelt Stand Up, premiering Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, at 10 p.m.
"People say, why would you have another baby when you have four teenagers?" The View co-host and actress-activist, 52, tells her audience at Levity Live, a comedy club within a shopping mall in Nyack, New York, the town up the Hudson River where she used to live. (She now calls Saddle Brook, New Jersey, home.)
O'Donnell's response: "Because I have four teenagers, and I needed to remind myself that I actually do love children, because teenagers suck."
Originally posted 01/11/2015 06:45AM
Matt Bomer is set to star as one of Hollywood's most charismatic – and tormented – leading men, Montgomery Clift.
The White Collar star will play the film icon in a new HBO biopic, Monty Clift. Ira Sachs and Mauricio Zacharias, who penned the 2014 feature Love Is Strange, starring John Lithgow and Alfred Molina, will write the script.
Originally posted 01/10/2015 05:30AM
HBO has provided only the first five episodes of season 4 of writer-actress Lena Dunham's Girls,
premiering Sunday at 9 p.m. ET – otherwise known as the time when the Golden Globes are airing on
NBC – but so far the show is biting, funny, touching and surprising.
In short, it's an absolute delight, and possibly even better than the landmark first season. That's the one that ended with Elijah (Andrew Rannells) greeting Marnie (Allison Williams) with this putdown of her dress: "Hello, J-Lo from the Grammys."
Of course, Dunham, who stars as desperately ambitious Brooklyn writer Hannah Horvath, has in the past shown an almost willful tendency to let go of the leash and allow the show to bolt off and run away like an undisciplined Labrador pup.
Originally posted 01/08/2015 08:15PM
Winter is coming back this spring – and now we know the date.
Originally posted 01/06/2015 12:40PM
Game of Thrones' fifth season doesn't premiere until the spring, but you won't have to wait that long to get your fix.
HBO and IMAX have partnered to bring the award-winning series to the big screen – what better way to fully immerse yourself in the sex, carnage and witty Lannister repartee?
From Jan. 23–29, the network will screen a full-length trailer of the upcoming season and the last two episodes of season 4 in 150 IMAX screens across the U.S.
Originally posted 01/05/2015 10:05AM
Cut from the season three premiere, the above scene finds Hannah (a.k.a lead-writer-creator Lena Dunham) and boyfriend Adam (Adam Driver) waiting for ditz-with-a-heart-of-gold Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) to pick up Jessa (Jemima Kirke) from rehab.
As the couple packs up their rental car, Shoshanna pulls up with a hookup from the night before, cattily quipping to Adam and Hannah:
Originally posted 12/29/2014 01:00PM
[YOUTUBE "eAFnby2184o"] John Oliver preached to many a choir in a Last Week Tonight Web exclusive when he railed against New Year's Eve for being the absolute worst holiday known to man.
"New Year's Eve is like the death of a pet. You know it's going to happen, but somehow, you're never really prepared for how truly awful it is," Oliver said. "New Year's Eve is the worst."
Why, you may ask?
Originally posted 12/29/2014 11:15AM
In the heartfelt finale of The Comeback's second season on Sunday, we finally saw Valerie Cherish (Lisa Kudrow) put her personal relationships ahead of her career just as she was about to receive the professional validation for which she was always so desperate.
In an interview with E! News, Kudrow revealed why that final scene made her "physically sick" to the point that it had to be accomplished in one take – as well as the difference between roles for women in TV versus Hollywood.
"That final scene in the hospital … um, something weird happened," said Kudrow. "That was our last night. I felt ill. And I don't usually somatize things … I think I did. … I had to get out of there."
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