Fans of HBO’s buzzy comedy “Girls” were shocked early April when news broke that Christopher Abbott was departing the series, after two season spent playing Charlie. While a majority of the cast, including creator and star Lena Dunham, remained relatively quiet about the shocker, Allison Williams has finally opened up about it.
Williams, who stars as Marnie, tells TVLine that Abbott’s sudden departure had a… Continue reading 'Girls' Season 3: Allison Williams says Christopher Abbott's exit had 'huge effect' on show
Justin Bieber lived up to his lyrics with One Less Lonely Girl at his concert in Dubai on Saturday night when he skipped the song out of respect for the Muslim culture, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The Canadian pop star usually grabs one of his young female fans to join him on stage to flirt with when singing the hit, but because the religion frowns upon men… Continue reading Justin Bieber Shows ‘Sensitivity’ To Muslim Women During Dubai Show
Melissa McCarthy put in one of the more go-for-broke performances in recent memory during her first time hosting “Saturday Night Live.” Would she bring the same high energy level to her second gig?
Pretty much, yeah. There was nothing quite as manic as the ranch dressing sketch from her last time, but McCarthy once again showed a great aptitude for physical comedy and a willingness… Continue reading 'Saturday Night Live': Melissa McCarthy and 'Peter Drunklage' liven up the show
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and Dancing With the Stars competitor Lisa Vanderpump fainted at a rehearsal this week for DWTS, a source close to the show tells EW. It is unclear yet whether she will return to the competition.
Vanderpump, 52, is paired with newcomer pro Gleb Savchenko on season 16 of DWTS. Last week, the pair avoided landing in the bottom two of the competition, but a lackluster… Continue reading ‘Dancing With the Stars’ scoop: Lisa Vanderpump faints during rehearsal, future on show unclear
Production on Charlie Kaufman‘s crowdfunded Anomalisa — an animated short about a depressed motivational speaker — started last November. While we wait to see more of the project, let’s turn our attention to an announcement from FX (via Vulture) that the director is developing a half-hour comedy for the network called How and Why. The sitcom will be focused on an idiot savant-type character that… Continue reading 'Being John Malkovich's Charlie Kaufman is Creating a TV Show -- Here's What It's About