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Is Leslie Knope the most positive person on TV? It sure feels like it, with Amy Poehler's performance having taken what could have been a one-note character and making her effervescent, confident, and dynamic. While we've celebratedShow More Summary
The hot 2012 bestseller Where'd You Go, Bernadette is officially moving forward after it was announced this week that Oscar-nominated director Richard Linklater may direct the adaptation. The book, written by Maria Semple, has a rich...Show More Summary
Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans got some exciting news on Thursday: the family isn't giving up on their hit reality show. According to reports, the Kardashian-Jenner crew has signed a three-year deal with E!. As news about a four-year...Show More Summary
Here's your peek at the very first picture of the Jem and the Holograms movie! Star Aubrey Peeples looks completely different than she does on Nashville as the girl group's leader, complete with some hot-pink face makeup. Stefanie Scott,...Show More Summary
Dakota Johnson is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend, with musical guest Alabama Shakes, and the actress has proved she's game for poking fun at her hit, Fifty Shades of Grey. She appears with Taran Killam in her promos, addressing the viral interview with her mother, Melanie Griffith, from the Oscars red carpet. Show More Summary
The Spirit Awards take place on the eve of the Oscars every year, rewarding excellence in independent filmmakers. This year, Boyhood, Still Alice, Whiplash, and Birdman are all on the list of winners. For those following award season, many of the titles and names won't be surprising. Show More Summary
On Sunday night, the Academy will crown Birdman as the best picture of the year. Or Boyhood. Or The Grand Budapest Hotel. Then again, American Sniper has been gaining steam in the past few months. But on the other hand, Benedict Cumberbatch was so good in The Imitation Game, so that could win. Show More Summary
Better Call Saul is a spinoff of Breaking Bad, but in its first few weeks on the air, it's been blazing its own path. That doesn't mean the show doesn't reference the original series, though - we break down how the new show calls back to Breaking Bad in this episode of The Buzz.
There was sad news this week when actor, writer, and producer Harris Wittels was found dead, a victim of an apparent drug overdose. While Wittels's name might not jump out at you initially - his role in Hollywood was mostly behind the scenes - you are probably familiar with a lot of his work. Show More Summary
What it means for Orange Is the New Black, in particular - Hitfix Josh Hutcherson on filming the end of Hunger Games - HuffPost Entertainment Why Hollywood needs to stop making biopics - Vulture 20 Oscar-winning movies you can watchShow More Summary
In case you missed it, this week marked the series finale of Two and a Half Men, and while the stars were reminiscing about their time on the long-running CBS hit, the big question on everyone's mind was whether original star Charlie Sheen would come back. Show More Summary
Mae Whitman and Bella Thorne have a new high-school comedy coming out next week, The DUFF, so the two teamed up for a Funny or Die spoof of Frozen. The two ladies show what it would be like if the Disney hit were a live-action film, which is, essentially: very cold. Watch as Whitman struggles through playing a frozen Elsa while Thorne is the self-absorbed but hilarious Anna.
We always knew Jason Momoa was superhero material, and director Zack Snyder gave us picture proof with this first look at Aquaman. Snyder shared the photo of Momoa as Aquaman on Twitter, with the quote "There is only one true King" and...Show More Summary
The Oscar nominations list is packed with some of the most talented - and busy - people in Hollywood. It seems like every acting nominee has a major project or two coming up in the next year. Before Sunday's big show, take a look at where you'll be able to see the nominees next, from Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer to a Star Wars solo film.
On Sunday, award season wraps up with the Oscars, ending a spate of events that have seen actors and musicians rewarded for their efforts in the past year. While you may find the shows themselves a bit long and stuffed with too manyShow More Summary
On Sunday, The Academy will hand out four statues to the actors deemed to have the best performances of the year, generally making lifelong dreams come true for these stars. If Julianne Moore wins (and we predict she will), it'll be after five separate Oscar nominations. Show More Summary
Ready or not, here it comes: the Oscars are just days away, so what better way to gear up for the big night than by highlighting the best moments from years past? Through the years, the press room has given many a celebrity an opportunity to ham it up with their trophies - and show off their goofiest faces. Show More Summary
After 12 seasons, Two and a Half Men is about to air its final episode ever on Thursday night. Jon Cryer has been especially sentimental about the end of the show, which makes sense, given that he's been on 260 episodes of it. Ashton...Show More Summary
How Neill Blomkamp announced the Alien news - HitFix This memorable Bridesmaids scene was all improv - HuffPost Entertainment Here's what Fifty Shades of Grey would look like as a thriller - Vulture 9 mistakes even best picture Oscar...Show More Summary
The Office may be over, but Ingrid Michaelson's latest video reunites a few of the actors - Rainn Wilson, Brian Baumgartner, and David Koechner - as they lip-sync and totally take over her new single, "Time Machine." The Office guysShow More Summary