Spoiler alert: If the July 13 episode of True Blood is still on your DVR, stop reading now. (Or, read our full recap.) We asked Carrie Preston to relive Arlene’s rescue.
And good news: Whether or not she makes it to the Aug. 24 series finale of the show, it’s not the last you’ll see of her on HBO. She’s set to guest star in a season 2 episode of… Continue reading Carrie Preston talks ‘True Blood’ tearjerker (and her next HBO gig)
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
You may not yet recognize the name Maisie Williams, but if you watch HBO’s Game of Thrones, you’re probably already a big, big fan. On it she plays Arya Stark, the quiet, sharp, badass-in-blooming who is impossible to root against.
Williams is slowly expanding beyond the blood-soaked world of Westeros, though, and her first major project outside of Game of Thrones is Heatstroke (available… Continue reading 'Game of Thrones' Actress Maisie Williams Talks 'Heatstroke' and Not Becoming a Spoiled Child Star
Lizzy Caplan is funny, sexy, and seriously talented. She can do it all — and has — in a career that’s spanned from Mean Girls to Masters of Sex. But maybe she’s a little too good.
That’s what Comedy Bang! Bang! host Scott Aukerman posits when the actress stops by his IFC show on Thursday. Does she ever wonder if maybe there are too many complex, dynamic roles for women in Hollywood?… Continue reading Lizzy Caplan talks sexism in Hollywood, makes sweet music with Reggie Watts on ‘Comedy Bang! Bang!’ — EXCLUSIVE
There’s no other way to describe it: The Signal is a crazy movie.
What begins as a road-trip movie quickly transforms into science fiction nightmare as the young heroes encounter something… out of this world… and find themselves held captive in a government facility and interrogated by a mysterious scientist (Laurence Fishburne). From there, it becomes something else altogether. It’s so nutty that you… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: 'The Signal' Director William Eubank Talks About How to Make a Crazy Science Fiction Movie