Could six seasons and a movie be in the cards for HBO’s lightning-rod comedy “Girls”?
At a Television Academy panel last night, the cast and crew — creator/star Lena Dunham; actors Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, Jemima Kirke, and Andrew Rannells; and executive producer Ilene S. Landress — talked about their buzzed-about series, including whether there might be a big-screen version someday. If “Veronica Mars” can make… Continue reading Will There Be a 'Girls' Movie? It's Possible!
Sunday’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'
Girls producers went on the defensive Thursday evening in response to a question during the show’s panel at the Television Critics Association press tour about the show’s nudity.
But that’s putting it mildly.
If you ask exec producer Judd Apatow, who addressed the incident after the panel, the wording of the reporter’s question itself, directed to creator and star Lena Dunham, was not only “offensive” but “sexist” and “misogynistic.” (For the… Continue reading ‘Girls’ producers go on ‘rage spiral’ defending nudity
Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. One Direction: This Is Us – $ 16.9 million
2. Lee Daniels’ The Butler – $ 14.8 million
3. We’re the Millers – $ 12.7 million
4. Planes – $ 7.7 million
5. Instructions Not Included – $ 7.5 million
6. Elysium – $ 6.3 million
7. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones – $ 5.6 million
8. The World’s End – $ 5.1