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lena dunham girls free snacks recap hbo Girls Season 3 Episode 6: Hannah gets a new job and some Free SnacksSunday’s (Feb. 9) episode of “Girls” had one thing on its mind: Settling.

Each of our core four, nearing or in their mid-twenties, have been struggling with the idea of the dreaded settle throughout most of Season 3, but in “Free Snacks,” each seemed to look directly down the barrel of that gun.

For Hannah (Lena Dunham), this means getting a real job. After the… Continue reading 'Girls' Season 3 Episode 6: Hannah gets a new job and some 'Free Snacks'

 Paul Walkers Brick Mansions Gets a Release DateAP Photo/Andrew Medichini, File

The late Paul Walker left several film projects in limbo after his sudden death in a car crash late last year. Now, one of those movies has a new release date.

Relativity Media announced… Continue reading Paul Walker's 'Brick Mansions' Gets a Release Date

Just weeks after chopping off her luscious locks, Jennifer Aniston stepped out over the weekend sporting long extensions because the former Friends actress hated the short hairdo, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

As radio detection and ranging has reported, Aniston said the cut was a necessity after her hair was damaged by a Brazilian Blowout.

“Jen had been complaining to friends that she didn’t like the short… Continue reading Jennifer Aniston Gets Hair Extensions Because She Thought The ‘Short Hair Made Her Look Older’  

shadows What We Do in the Shadows Is a Vampire Spoof Movie That Finally Gets It Right

It’s kinda sad knowing an entire generation will grow up with stuff like Vampire’s Suck and Dracula: Dead and Loving It being their only idea of what a vampire spoof movie is or should be. Or any spoof movie, for that matter. It’s depressing knowing we have to go back decades to stuff like Airplane or Hot Shots in order to find the last great

Jerry Sandusky’s adopted son Matt appears in the new documentary Happy Valley about the scandal that landed his father in jail for 30-60 years on 45 counts of child sexual abuse, and took down Penn State University coaching legend Joe Paterno. “They could do what they wanted, they could do no wrong,” Matt, a victim of his