01:19 PM EDT 04/17/2015
Originally posted 04/15/2015 01:50PM
They plays sisters on-screen and soul sisters off!
Sophie Turner, 19, and Maisie Williams, 17, not only grew up together on Game of Thrones, but they also became good friends at the same time. Turner plays Sansa Stark while Williams portrays her younger sister Arya in the HBO drama, which began its fifth season on April 12.
"We text daily," the U.K. born Turner tells PEOPLE. "We don’t ring each other up anymore!"
Jonathan Groff: 'Sad' Over Looking Cancelation but Overwhelmed by Fans' 'Outpouring of Love and Support'
Originally posted 04/13/2015 06:15PM
Looking may have been canceled, but its star, Jonathan Groff, isn't done advocating for the LGBT community – or its representation in entertainment.
The out actor will be honored with the LGBT scholarship organization the Point Foundation's Point Horizons Award for his activism Monday night in New York City. In addition to acting in gay projects including Looking and The Normal Heart, Groff, 30, says advocating for the gay community has always been a passion.
As the star points out in an exclusive interview with PEOPLE: "There's not a lot of gay programming on TV," which is why he's disappointed Looking, which followed the lives of several out gay men in San Francisco, was canceled by HBO last month. (A finale special is reportedly in the works: Groff doesn't have any details yet but is excited "to get to say goodbye.")
Originally posted 04/12/2015 08:40AM
Game of Thrones is known for its most shocking moments – brutal massacres, gratuitous sex, horrific weddings, gut-wrenching tragedy (plus, literal gut-wrenching). But aside from shaking us to our core on a weekly basis, the HBO hit teaches us about what it means to be – and succeed as – a human being in a cruel, unforgiving world.
Originally posted 04/03/2015 07:00PM
[YOUTUBE "8FhmzwXfgz8"] Queen Latifah is bringing back the blues.
Originally posted 03/30/2015 12:40PM
Actress Leah Remini, a former Scientologist, has spoken out about HBO's investigative documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief.
Originally posted 03/29/2015 01:55PM
Alex Gibney's documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (premiering March 29 on HBO) is an indispensable general history of the enduringly controversial church. It covers everything: L. Ron Hubbard, Thetans, E-meters, lawsuits and, of course, Scientology's most famous practitioner, Tom Cruise, recipient of the Church's Freedom Medal of Valor.
Originally posted 03/27/2015 12:40PM
HBO's Silicon Valley is about to get real meta.
Originally posted 03/27/2015 12:10PM
She's got a British accent in real life and speaks fluent Dothraki as Daenerys Targaryan on Game of Thrones, but these days Emilia Clarke is working on a more American sound.
Gearing up to star in the upcoming movie prequel Terminator Genisys, to out this summer, Clarke says she's not new to the popular franchise.
"I was absolutely a fan. I watched Terminator growing up," Clarke told PEOPLE at this week's Game of Thrones Season 5 premiere in San Francisco.
Originally posted 03/17/2015 09:35PM
HBO's documentary series The Jinx raised as many questions about the Robert Durst case as it answered.
Originally posted 03/16/2015 06:10PM
Robert Durst has long been linked to three mysterious crimes: the 1982 disappearance of his wife Kathleen, the 2000 shooting of friend Susan Berman, and the 2001 murder and dismemberment of neighbor Morris Black.
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