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Stephen Hawking Gives Hope to One Direction Fans Bereft Over Zayn Malik’s Departure

The theoretical physicist's serious answer regarding Zayn Malik leaving One Direction might surprise you.

Cookie Monster ‘Hulks’ Up in ‘Sesame Street’ ‘Avengers’ Parody

Can Dr. Brownie (Cookie Monster) stay focused long enough to "turn green, get big and eat giant chocolate ship" in order to save the world?

Watch John Oliver Host a Cheap Food Fashion Show on ‘Last Week Tonight’

"Last Week Tonight" takes on the disturbing conditions in overseas garment factories by sending the CEOs of popular inexpensive clothing brands some questionable-looking (but cheaply obtained!) lunches.

‘Mad Men’ Episode 11: A Conversation

Follow Speakeasy's discussion about the latest "Mad Men" episode, titled "Time & Life," and share your thoughts.

‘The Good Wife’ Recap: Season 6, Episode 20, ‘The Deconstruction’

Read Speakeasy's recap of "The Good Wife," Season 6, Episode 20, "The Deconstruction"

‘Game of Thrones’ Recap: Season 5, Episode 3, ‘High Sparrow’

Which characters have the edge in this week's episode of 'Game of Thrones'?

Nepal Earthquake Spurs Prabal Gurung to Raise Relief Funds

Celebrated fashion designer and "global nomad" Prabal Gurung, born in Singapore, raised in Kathmandu, and now living and working in New York City, quickly established a Nepal earthquake relief fund in the hours after disaster hit as he connected with other Nepalese expat friends via the web.

Meet ‘Jenny From the Broch’: ‘Outlander’ Actress Laura Donnelly on Playing Jamie’s Feisty Sister

The Irish actress discusses why her character's reappearance on the show is important to both Claire and Jamie.

‘Outlander’ Recap: Season 1, Episode 12, ‘Lallybroch’

Jamie takes Claire home to his family's estate, and Jamie reveals more of the psychological damage inflicted on him by Black Jack Randall.

Tribeca Film Festival Celebrates 40th Anniversary of ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’

The comedy classic “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” opened in New York City in April 1975, and 40 years later, the five surviving members of the British comedy troupe have reunited.

New TV Show Seeks to Break Down Borders by Breaking Bread Together

In the new Travel Channel series “Breaking Borders,” Chef Michael Voltaggio and co-host Mariana van Zeller visit former conflict zones and regions where ethnic and political tensions still boil, and use food to start conversations between foes.

‘Modern Family’ Star Sarah Hyland Adds ‘Producer’ to Her Credits With ‘See You in Valhalla’

The actor, best known for playing Haley Dunphy on the hit ABC sitcom, is expanding her career one step at a time.

‘Fast and Furious 8? Gets a Date While Ice Cube, Dr. Dre Help Bring CinemaCon to a Close

Between the A-list stars, the dancers, the hip-hop legends, and the extended peeks at some beautiful movies, attendees got some particularly big thrills before Hollywood was finally done courting them this week.

Michael Winterbottom, Russell Brand Take On the Financial Crisis in ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’

Director Michael Winterbottom discusses Bill Gates and taxing the 1% as his latest film opens at the Tribeca Film Festival.

‘Happyish’ Star Kathryn Hahn’s Secret to Happiness

The "Happyish" star talks about living in the present and why she's finally finding her voice.

‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’ Tackles the Financial Crisis

Director Michael Winterbottom discusses Bill Gates and taxing the 1% as his latest film opens at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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