Jenna Lyons , Lena Dunham - Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala: Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology at the Met Museum - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 3rd May 2016
Lena Dunham , Allison Williams - 8th Annual Blossom Ball to benefit the Endometriosis Foundation of America held at Pier 60 - Arrivals at Chelsea Piers - New York, United States - Tuesday 19th April 2016
Lena Dunham - Celebrities attend 24th annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast hosted by The Hollywood Reporter at Milk Studios. at Milk Studios - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 9th December 2015
Taylor Swift tweets to reveal the final character in the hotly awaited video for her new single.
It's not often a simple music video receives this much hype before anyone has even seen it - but the video for Taylor Swift's new single 'Bad Blood' looks to be anything but simple. It's a celebrity-packed spectacle with a Sin City-like visual style, and Swift has just revealed the lead actress at the centre of all the drama is Selena Gomez, playing a femme fatale named Arsyn.
Girl power: Swift teams up with other female stars in Bad Blood
Selena Gomez joins Swift (who plays Catastrophe) and a long list of other female stars in the video, including Gigi Hadid (as Slay-Z), Hayley Williams (The Crimson Curse), Ellie Goulding (Destructa X), Lena Dunham (Lucky Fiori) and Jessica Alba (Domino).
Continue reading: Taylor Swift Teases 'Bad Blood' Video One Final Time
'Bad Blood' is getting its premiere at the Billboard Music Awards this Sunday, and it looks like we're in for a treat judging by Swift's Instagram page!
Taylor Swift has been teasing what looks like a pretty special video for ‘Bad Blood’ ahead of its debut next week. Over the last three days, the singer has been uploading some kick-ass looking Sin City-style posters casting herself and some of her friends as a team of superheroes.
On May 7th, Swift posted a noir-ish looking picture of herself on her Instagram page, dressed in a leather motorcycle-style jacket and looking straight down the camera, with the words “Taylor Swift starring as ‘Catastrophe’. The picture also contained the words “Bad Blood” with the tagline “Band-Aids Don’t Fix Bullet Holes”, in the style of a movie poster.
Continue reading: Taylor Swift Assembling Team Of Superheroes For 'Bad Blood' Video
Cynthia Nixon plays a 'Sex and the City' naming game in a recent TV interview.
Appearing on the chat show 'Watch What Happens Live!' last Thursday (30 April), Cynthia Nixon was asked by host Andy Cohen to suggest which 'Sex and the City' characters a variety of famous faces would be. And the results were certainly interesting: the actress was quick to name Queen Elizabeth II as Charlotte, both Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama as Carries, and Beyonce as Samantha.
Cynthia Nixon still keeps in touch with all the 'Sex and the City' ladies
But who does Cynthia think would make a good Miranda, the feisty lawyer she played in the popular HBO series? She reckons Hillary Clinton, Lena Dunham and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would all be a good fit. And then there's Gandhi, who would be - who else - Mr Big, according to Cynthia.
Continue reading: Ever Wondered Which SATC Characters Oprah And Gandhi Would Be?
The 'Girls' writer and star was speaking to Variety about the hit series' future.
Lena Dunham has spoken of her desire to make a movie adaptation of ‘Girls’ – eventually. The comedic mastermind revealed that she has harboured the ambition for a while, but wouldn’t consider putting it into action for at least ten years after the series concludes.
The 28 year old was speaking to Variety about the success of the HBO series and what the future holds. “I have fantasies of us all coming back when we’re 40,” she admitted about her cast of twenty-somethings. “We’d want to wait long enough for something to have really gone down.”
Lena Dunham floated the possiblity of a 'Girls' movie - but not in the immediate future
Lena Dunham has been criticised by the Anti-Defamation League for perpetuating Jewish stereotypes in a recent article she penned for the 'New Yorker'.
Lena Dunham has caused controversy (once again) by penning an article for the New Yorker entitled 'Dog or Jewish Boyfriend'. Dunham challenges the reader to guess, out of 35 statements, whether they refer to her dog or her boyfriend. Dunham, who is herself Jewish, has been criticised for perpetuating a number of Jewish stereotypes.
Lena Dunham has been criticised by the ADL for her article in the New Yorker.
Continue reading: Lena Dunham Causes Controversy With 'Dog Or Jewish Boyfriend' Article
Lena Dunham has praised Kathy Griffin for quitting Fashion Police.
Girls star Lena Dunham has praised Kathy Griffin's decision to quit Fashion Police. The writer and actress has been on the receiving end of the panel in the past, especially the barbed tongue of the late Joan Rivers.
Lena Dunham praised Kathy Griffin for quitting Fashion Police
"Congrats to my beautiful friend Kathy Griffin for bravely saying enough is enough to intolerance of all kinds on television," Dunham wrote in a caption of a photo of Griffin posing in a pair of Minnie Mouse ears. "She's modeling a better way for the youths (and working those ears.)."
Continue reading: Lena Dunham Praises Kathy Griffin For Quitting E!'s Fashion Police
The show's creator recently explained how the frequent sex scenes are often used as a quick way to inform the viewers of any plot changes.
The award-winning HBO series 'Girls,' which follows a group of friends in their early 20's living in New York City, is known for frequently depicting the awkward and sometimes romantic sex lives of the show's characters.
Dunham defends the frequent sex scenes in 'Girls'
Although the series is critically acclaimed, there are a few viewers who seem to think the sex scenes occur too often, especially for a television show. However, the series' creator, Lena Dunham, insists that the racy scenes play a very important part within the plot.
Continue reading: Lena Dunham Says Frequent ‘Girls’ Sex Scenes Don’t “Feel Gratuitous”
Akhavan starred in Girls season 4.
Desiree Akhavan probably doesn't want you to call her the new Lena Dunham. In fact, she definitely doesn't want you to call her the next Lena Dunham. She says so. In the interview we're about to report on.
Desiree Akhavan has been called the next Lena Dunham
You might recognise the name. Akhavan played Dunham's on-screen pal at postgrad school on Girls, though the 30-year-old is also a notable writer and director and helms the comedy Appropriate Behaviour which hits cinemas this weekend.
Continue reading: 'Appropriate Behaviour': Is Desiree Akhavan The New Lena Dunham?
The 'Boyhood' actress used her acceptance speech to call for wage equality and equal rights for women, but her comments have split opinions.
Patricia Arquette’s Oscars acceptance speech has set the world of social media alight in the last twenty four hours. After she used her time at the microphone to call for wage equality and equal rights for women, opinion has been polarised as to validity of her argument.
The 46 year old won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Olivia Evans in Boyhood. Having produced a sheet of paper and thanked her family and fellow cast members, she went on to deliver a rousing finale: “It's our time to have wage equality once and for all, and equal rights for women in the United States of America.”
Patricia Arquette's Oscars acceptance speech was a hot talking point of the evening
Continue reading: Patricia Arquette's Oscar Acceptance Speech Divides The Internet
The actress took to the Oscars to convince reporters to ask female celebrities more interesting questions.
Reese Witherspoon took to the 2015 Oscars to promote a new feminist campaign #AskHerMore, a movement created to encourage reporters to put more career centric questions to female celebrities on the red carpet, rather than just asking about their designer gowns.
Reese Witherspoon brings #AskHerMore campaign to the Oscars
We think we have a new favourite celebrity feminist. If it wasn't enough for Witherspoon to take on such an inspiring feminine role in her latest movie 'Wild'; a film based on the memoirs of Cheryl Strayed, a first time hiker who walked 1,100 miles along the Pacific Crest Trail in a journey of self-discovery; she is now encouraging other actresses and celebrities to want more from their public appearances. The star took to Instagram with a list of questions she hoped to hear as she appeared on the red carpet at the Oscars, including 'What's the biggest risk you've taken that you feel has paid off?' and 'What accomplishment are you most proud of?'.
Lena Dunham took to Sundance to express her views on the Oscar winning filmmaker.
Lena Dunham was as outspoken as ever on the panel of 'Power of Story: Serious Ladies' at Sundance Film Festival last weekend, as she took aim at award-winning actor and director Woody Allen over his marriage to his son's sister.
Lena Dunham attacks Woody Allen's marriage
The 'Girls' star is never one to keep her opinions to herself, but there may have been an exchange of awkward glances as she discussed the issue of characters and reality on the Sundance panel, even suggesting Woody Allen was a 'perv'. Insisting that men got the better deal when it came to people thinking actors are like the characters they play, Dunham launched into a personal attack.
Continue reading: Lena Dunham Suggests Woody Allen Is 'A Real Perv' At Sundance Talk
Adam Driver brought his wife Joanne Tucker along to the season four premiere of 'Girls', held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. He was joined by his co-stars from the show Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, Jemima Kirke, Jon Glaser and Peter Scolari with his wife Tracy Shayne.
Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet and Gaby Hoffmann were among the stars of 'Girls' who were spotted arriving at the premiere of season four of the show, held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
The cast of 'Girls' led by Lena Dunham posed alongside each other on the proverbial red carpet at the show's fourth season premiere held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Among the stars were Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet and Jemima Kirke.
With the fourth season of 'Girls' set to debut of 11th January, the cast and various celebrities arrived at the New York première for the series.
The American Museum of Natural History in New York was the sight of something pretty spectacular on 5th January 2015. And no, it wasn't because Ben Stiller was running around at night with a magical tablet and entourage of historical waxworks that look oddly like famous film stars. The Museum was, however, the location for the premiere for season four of HBO's 'Girls'.
As well as the majority of the main cast, the premiere saw members of the supporting cast and various additional celebrities arriving to support the premiere. In addition to Dunham, Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet and Adam Driver posing on the red carpet and with one another, 'Mad Men''s Jon Hamm and 'Star Trek''s Zachary Quinto also made an appearance. The event was similar to the way in which the premiere for season three took place at The Lincoln Centre in Manhattan and also saw a string on celebrities checking in to show support.
Continue reading: Lena Dunham And Adam Driver On Sight For 'Girls' Season Four Premiere
'Girls' is coming back - for a fifth season.
Season 4 of Girls is arguably the most anticipated yet, with the likes of Natasha Lyonne, Gillian Jacobs, Zachary Quinto and director Spike Jonze all set to make cameos, though HBO are looking even further ahead and have renewed Lena Dunham's brainchild for a fifth outing.
Lena Dunham [center] has created a hipster behemoth in Girls
President of programming Michael Lombardo announced the news at the season 4 premiere in New York.
Continue reading: Before Season 4 Bow, HBO Renews 'Girls' For Season 5
Lena Dunham has apologized over her "insensitive" sexual predator remarks.
The Girls creator Lena Dunham has apologized for likening herself to a "sexual predator" in her memoir Not That Kind of Girl. Dunham - who was recently accused her sexually abusing her sister by the right-wing blog Truth Revolt - insists she does "not condone any kind of abuse under any circumstances" and didn't mean to be "insensitive."
Lena Dunham [center] cancelled her book tour over the allegations
In a statement posted on Time.com, Dunham, 28, said: "I am dismayed over the recent interpretation of events described in my book 'Not That Kind of Girl'.
Continue reading: Lena Dunham Apologizes For Likening Herself To "Sexual Predator"
The 'Girls' actress claims she does "not condone any kind of abuse," while apologizing if anyone thought she sexually abused her younger sister.
After Lena Dunham went into a rage, she is now sorry for causing any offense to anyone who may have thought she sexually abused her little sister, Grace, when reading excerpts from her new book 'Not That Kind of Girl.'
Dunham apologizes for causing any offence over her recent sexual abuse controversy
One of the passages causing the controversy is when Dunham recalls being very young with her sister Grace, who "was sitting up, babbling and smiling, and I leaned down between her legs and carefully spread open her vagina. She didn't resist and when I saw what was inside I shrieked."
Lena Dunham cancelled her book tour over the sexual abuse allegations.
Lena Dunham, the creator of Girls who recently published her memoir Not That Kind of Girl, has denied allegations that she sexually abused her sister Grace. Kevin D. Williamson, a columnist for the conservative news magazine National Reviews - and Bradford Thomas, writer for the conservative website Truth Revolt - accused Dunham of admitting to the abuse during passages from her book.
Lena Dunham [centre] was accused of abusing her young sister
In one excerpt, Dunham wrote, "Do we all have uteruses?' I asked my mother when I was seven. 'Yes,' she told me. 'We're born with them, and with all our eggs, but they start out very small. And they aren't ready to make babies until we're older.'"
Continue reading: Lena Dunham Responds To Allegations Of Sexually Abusing Sister
Taylor Swift is gracing the cover of Cosmo UK's December edition. Here are 5 things to need to know about her interview.
Taylor Swift looks fabulous on the cover of Cosmo UK's December edition. The 24-year-old singer has been promoting her recently released album 1989 and opened up in the interview about her friends, New York and being happily single.
Taylor Swift outside the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York.
Here are 5 things you need to know about Taylor Swift's Cosmo interview:
Continue reading: 5 Things To Know About Taylor Swift's Cosmo UK Cover Interview
Lena Dunham is turning her attention to 'Catherine, called Birdy' - but will anyone fund it?
Lena Dunham is set to adapt Karen Cushman's much loved 1994 children's book Catherine, Called Birdy as a feature film. The writer and actress - the brains behind HBO's Girls - confirmed the project at the New Yorker festival this week, revealing that she is working on a screenplay of the novel, set in 1290 England.
Lena Dunham is looing to adapt the novel 'Catherine, Called Birdy'
The book - which on the Newbery Honor and Golden Kite Award in 1995 - tells the story of a well-off baron whose daughter Catherine, a before-her-time feminist, is thirteen or fourteen years old. Much of Catherine's energy is consumed by avoiding the various suitors her father chooses for her to marry and she sends them all packing with various ruses.
Continue reading: Lena Dunham To Adapt 'Catherine, Called Birdy' For The Big Screen
Check out Lil Jon, Lena Dunham and a whole host of celebrities in their 'Rock The Vote' video.
Lil Jon wants you to 'Turn OUT For What'.
The 'Girls' creator opens up about the harrowing incident which she discusses in her memoir 'Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's "Learned."
Lena Dunham is known for creating, writing and starring in HBO's sitcom 'Girls,' which is known for comically depicting the awkward and personal situations a woman in her early 20's can go through, but the actress recently recalled one of her own experiences that is no laughing matter.
Dunham recalls the incident in her memoir
Dunham opens up about being date raped at college in her memoir 'Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's "Learned,"' but she recently admitted that this was one subject she was apprehensive about sharing.
Continue reading: Lena Dunham Recalls Being Date Raped While In College
Lena Dunham and her "life partner" of two years, Jack Antonoff, will not marry until same sex couples can in "all places".
Lena Dunham will not be tying the knot with her partner of two years Jack Antonoff - or not until same sex couples can marry everywhere!
The 28 year-old actress recalls having a fairly "disastrous" sex life before meeting her current boyfriend, Fun's lead guitarist Jack Antonoff.
Lena Dunham may have featured in many sex scenes since starring in the hit HBO show 'Girls,' which she also created, but when it came to her personal life, becoming intimate with someone wasn't a joyous experience for many years.
Dunham had a "disastrous" sex life in her early twenties
The 28 year-old actress, who is currently in a two year relationship with Fun's lead guitarist Jack Antonoff, recently admitted she spent too much time "worrying" about satisfying her sexual partner, but now she finally knows how to have "good" sex.
Continue reading: 'Girls' Star Lena Dunham Did Not Like Having Sex Until The Age Of 25
Lena Dunham's debut book, 'Not That Kind of Girl' hits shelves on Tuesday.
Lena Dunham, the Golden Globe-winning creator of HBO's Girls has been called the voice of her generation. A writer that tapped into the whole New York, twenty-something hipster thing better than anyone before her, but most importantly, a writer and actress who began representing a woman rarely seen before on mainstream American television.
Lena Dunham [center] has been heralded as the voice of her generation
Now, her journey from selling overpriced cashmere garments for $100 a day to becoming one of the most important writers of her generation is documented in Not That Kind of Girl, Dunham's debut memoir. It's the book that Random House paid a reported $3.7 million advance for and early critical reaction appears to suggest that it was worth every penny. Here's the best snippets from the reviews hitting the web.
Continue reading: The Best Reviews Of Lena Dunham's Memoir 'Not That Kind Of Girl'
Jennifer Lawrence has become the highest-grossing action movie heroine, according to the Guinness World Records.
Jennifer Lawrence has been named the highest-grossing action movie heroine by The Guinness World Records.
Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.
Continue reading: Jennifer Lawrence Breaks Guinness World Records With 'Hunger Games'
Cameron Diaz has commented on the celebrity nude hacking scandal currently rocking Hollywood.
Actress Cameron Diaz has hit out at the celebrity nude photo hacking scandal that has dominated the headlines this week, calling it "a major violation."
Diaz expressed her sympathy for the celebrities who were targeted
The actress made the comments whilst appearing on ITV's 'This Morning' to promote her new film Sex Tape, which sees her and Jason Segel play a couple who must retrieve a number of iPads they gave to friends as wedding favours in order to delete a sex tape they recorded which has been sent to the devices. This plot is particularly relevant to the current real life situation, which many are blaming on Apple's iCloud.
Continue reading: Cameron Diaz Comments On Celebrity Nude Hacking Scandal
The 'Orange Is The New Black' actress has landed a guest role on the hit HBO comedy.
Natasha Lyonne has been revealed to be guest starring in the fourth season of HBO's comedy-drama, Girls. The Orange Is The New Black actress will be bustin' outta Litchfield to make an appearance as a character named Rickey on the streets of Brooklyn alongside Lena Dunham and co. in next year's season, confirms TV Line.
HBO would only confirm that Lyonne was set to join the cast but wouldn't offer any more details regarding the nature of her role or when we can expect her to appear. The 35 year-old TV star is the latest in a line of actors announced to be guesting on Dunham's show.
Lyonne will be joined by fellow Season 4 guest-stars Zachary Quinto ('American Horror Story'), Gillian Jacobs (Community), Gossip Girl maid Zuzanna Szadkowski, and Jason Ritter ('Parenthood'). Some of whom will feature in single-episode slots; others will have a recurring role.
Continue reading: Natasha Lyonne To Be 'Girls' Guest In Season 4: Who Will She Play?
'Girls' Season 3 left us on a cliffhanger - will Hannah go to Iowa, what's going to happen to her and Adam? We look at what to expect from 'Girls' Season 4.
Girls Season 4 won’t premiere until 2015 but a few little snippets of information have already begun to trickle in. So, what do we know about Season 4 from how Season 3 ended? Well, Hannah was accepted to join a prestigious writers’ course at the University of Iowa, so firsts things first, it looks like the action will be taking place outside of New York City. A bit of a shocking move for a show that initially set out to look at life for the twenty-something in New York City.
Hannah will be living in Iowa at the beginning of Girls Season 4
Hannah’s relationship with Adam had been rocky leading up to the finale of Season 3. His career as a Broadway star had begun to take off, while she’d made the decision to study in Iowa. Where will we find them in Season 4? Will the distance have bought them closer together or will they be edging further apart? We’re prophesying some FaceTime phone sex…
Continue reading: What Can We Expect To See From 'Girls' Season 4?
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