01:06 AM EDT 12/03/2013
Originally posted 04/04/2013 11:50AM
Girls might be down one cute guy.
Christopher Abbott, who plays Marnie's boyfriend Charlie Dattolo, has left the HBO series, according to the New York Post.
The report suggests Abbott and series creator Lena Dunham may have been butting heads. Abbott's rep did not address that, but did confirm that Abbott's departure to the Post.
"[Chris] is grateful for the experience of collaborating with Lena, Judd [Apatow], and the entire Girls cast and crew, but right now he's working on numerous other projects and has decided not to return to the show," the rep said.
Originally posted 03/14/2013 09:35AM
Lena Dunham prefers to look like one of the ordinary girls.
The HBO series creator and star, 26, says, "There would be all kinds of weird challenges to deal with" if she had the body of a Victoria's Secret model.
"I don't think I'd like it very much," she tells Playboy in its April issue.
"I don't want to go through life wondering if people are talking to me because I have a big rack. Not being the babest person in the world creates a nice barrier."
Originally posted 02/03/2013 03:00PM
Ben Affleck took home the top prize Saturday night at the 65th Annual Directors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, where he once again reigned supreme following a snub from the Academy Awards.
It was a celebratory evening for Affleck – and it was also date night with his doting wife, Jennifer Garner, by his side (and often with her hand on his back).
Originally posted 02/01/2013 02:00PM
It's no secret that Lena Dunham isn't afraid to take off her clothes.
As writer, director and star of HBO's breakout series Girls, she appears topless – and sometimes bottomless – in quite a few episodes, including last Sunday's extended braless romp in a mesh top.
But Dunham, 26, whose series won two Golden Globes last month, says she has an important reason to go bare on her show.
"My point with getting naked is never proven," says the actress in the new Entertainment Weekly cover story, on newsstands Friday.
Originally posted 01/11/2013 06:00AM
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Originally posted 01/20/2013 11:15AM
Allison Williams wouldn't masturbate in a public restroom. But that's not the only difference between her and Marnie Michaels, the character she plays on HBO's hit comedy Girls.
"There were moments reading the script that I thought, 'WOW, okay!' " the actress, 24, tells Company magazine's February issue and digital edition. "It's the most private thing anyone can do, but being an actress can make you feel vulnerable."
She adds: "My grandparents watch the show. I don't know why I was so concerned, though. They have been alive for virtually 90 years, so who am I to presume that sex never existed before me?"
Originally posted 01/18/2013 12:40PM
Want to get a celebrity following on Twitter? It's easy – just make 'em laugh.
Stars at the Golden Globes recently admitted that humor is what gets them to follow someone on Twitter, with Modern Family writer/executive producer Danny Zuker and Mindy Kaling scoring follows from celebs.
"I'm bad at knowing who I'm following. I recognize people from the color of their clothes and their avatar," Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet admitted. "There's some girl in a blue dress and a blue hat that's cracking me up right now." (A quick look at his account makes us think it's self-described "freelance rapper" Amber.
Originally posted 01/14/2013 08:00PM
You go, Girls!
After winning two Golden Globes on Sunday, Lena Dunham beamed while attending HBO's Golden Globe party at Circa 55 Restaurant in Beverly Hills.
The Girls creator – who wore an eggplant-colored Zac Posen gown during the awards – seemed "too excited" to make it through the line of waiting reporters, an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 01/14/2013 12:35PM
As Hannah Horvath on the hit HBO series Girls, creator and actress Lena Dunham often finds herself struggling with romance.
But when it comes to her real life relationship with Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff, the two-time Golden Globe winner says she's found love.
"I know there's some rule that you're not supposed to talk about your boyfriend publicly just because it seems like all starlets under the age of 33 have decided not to do that, but if you're in love with someone great, then I don't understand why you wouldn't tell everybody," Dunham says in the February issue of Interview magazine.
Originally posted 01/13/2013 11:10PM
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