Fred Armisen is everywhere – Broad City, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Seth Meyers – and now, he can add being on 2014′s Emmy nominations list to his resume.
Armisen was nominated for his acting in IFC sketch comedy Portlandia, as well as his work as part of the show’s writing team. “Even though I’ve heard the expression before, I really do truly mean it when I say it really is an honor,”… Continue reading Fred Armisen talks working with his friends and ‘Portlandia’ Emmy nods
Breaking Bad and Behind The Candelabra were two of the shows that took home awards at this year’s Primetime Emmys.
The show was packed with its own drama from the special tribute to Glee’s Cory Monteith to Kerry Washington’s surprising loss for Actress in a Drama for her role in Scandal.
Michael Douglas arrived at the ceremony without his estranged wife Catherine Zeta-Jones but – in an emotional acceptance speech –… Continue reading The Emmy Goes To… The Complete Winners List
It didn’t take long after “Orange Is The New Black’s” July 11 premiere on Netflix for the new show from “Weeds” creator Jenji Kohan to explode onto the pop culture scene. Everyone seemingly became obsessed with the female prison dramedy, and actresses who were relative unknowns when the show premiered got catapulted into overnight stardom.
That was the case for Uzo Aduba
Emmy Rossum may have loved her role as destructive, glowy-eyed caster Ridley in the upcoming “Beautiful Creatures,” but, as she recently revealed to Moviefone, she used to be in love with Macaulay Culkin.
Read on for Rossum’s Moviefone 5: five quick questions, five fun reveals.
1. If you could switch careers for a day, what job would you like to try?Astronaut.
2. Who was your first movie-star crush?Macaulay Culkin. Full-on. I was seven… Continue reading Emmy Rossum's Macaulay Culkin Crush? Actress Reveals Her Moviefone 5