Zosia Mamet on the red carpet for the New York premiere of 'A Quiet Place' held at AMC Lincoln Square Theater. The horror flick is the latest directorial venture for John Krasinski who also stars alongside his real-life wife Emily Blunt - New York, New York, United States - Monday 2nd April 2018
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
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
'A Most Violent Year' leading man Oscar Isaac was seen arriving at the New York premiere of the movie held at Florence Gould Hall and accompanied by a blonde female guest.
The actress' essay turns her own struggle into a source of inspiration for other people on the road to recovery.
Eating disorders are not uncommon in the entertainment industry, so Zosia Mamet’s recent confession in her column in Glamour’s September issue, though sad, is not unexpected. The actress told her story in grueling details, drawing yet more attention to the mental health discussion going on in media this week.
Today, Mamet is maintaining a healthy weight and considers herself "an addict in recovery."
"This struggle has been mostly a private one, a war nobody knew was raging inside me," she wrote. "I tried to fight it alone for a long time. And I nearly died."
Continue reading: 'Girls' Star Zosia Mamet Opens Up About Eating Disorder
A look at the lead characters from HBO hit sitcom, GIRLS, to help you figure out which character you are most like.
GIRLS isn’t just a program. It’s become a reassurance that life isn’t necessarily going to be perfect in your mid-twenties, an idea that we all fostered throughout our turbulent teens. Sure, the characters are (mostly) functioning human beings, but in their individual ways they are all dealing with problems which have become all too real for 20 somethings in the modern world.
Which Member of the Girls Cast Are You?
There’s definitely a little bit in each of the characters that we can all relate to, but maybe there’s one that really makes you really think, Oh my God, that’s so me! Here’s a low-down on each of the girls, and a couple of the guys, to help you figure out which GIRLS character you are.
Continue reading: Hannah? Marnie? Jessa? Which GIRLS Character Are You?
Spoiler: David is dead. So are basic human emotions.
By now everyone knows that the HBO vehicle is essentially a weekly half hour of privileged people running around, complaining about problems that aren’t really problems and everyone, who isn’t interested in that has switched the channel. Even so, last night’s episode, Dead Inside, managed to alienate even the diehard fans. If you haven’t seen Season 3, Episode 4, beware of spoilers.
Dear Lena Dunham, we hope you're doing the sarcastic, self-aware thing.
So, it turns out that sometimes, the girls do have actual real person problems – the sudden and unexpected death of Hannah’s editor David would count as such. When it happens, the gang respond with less of what you might call “actual human emotions” and more of a “Most Self-Involved” contest.
Continue reading: 'Girls' Season 3 Episode 4 Recap: "Dead Inside" Sounds Pretty Accurate
The hit HBO comedy will return on 12 January
Girls is coming back to HBO in the new year and to celebrate that fact an all-new trailer for the upcoming third season has been released. The new season will pick up where we last left Hannah (Lena Dunham) and her circle of friends - played by Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, Adam Driver and Alex Karpovsky - when it returns on 12 January, 2014.
The Girls girls have already found success with the series
It actually looks as though things are looking up for Hannah in the third season, having meetings with publishers and potentially making strides in her career at last. In the trailer, Hannah, Marnie (Williams), Shoshana (Mamet) and Jessa (Kirke) are each contemplating just how far they've come -or rather how far they haven't come- in the years since they graduated college. Nevertheless, it does seem as though things are finally starting to look up for the group, Hannah in particular.
Continue reading: 'Girls' Season 3 Trailer Emerges Online As Air Date Draws Closer
Zosia Mamet - alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet & David Choe present a Night of Fashion and Art held at 450 West 14th Street - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 20th November 2013