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The Most Popular FishbowlNY Posts for The Week

Here’s a look at the posts that made the most buzz the past seven days. Gigaom to Relaunch in August Student Editor’s Plagiarism Accusations Leads to Reporter Suspension Entertainment Weekly Launches Paywall Maureen Dowd Learns a Thing...Show More Summary

AMC Releases Set Photos & Footage for ‘Fear the Walking Dead’, An Upcoming Companion TV Series to ‘The Walking Dead’

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AMC and Entertainment Weekly have released set photos and a promo video for Fear the Walking Dead, an upcoming companion television series to The Walking Dead. It will take place before the events in The Walking Dead and follow a family who struggles with a zombie outbreak in Los Angeles. The upcoming six episode series […]

Time Inc. Announces Paid Content Plan

The days of reading Time Inc. online content for free are coming to an end. One week after we learned Entertainment Weekly had launched a paywall, the publisher officially announced its paid content strategy. In essence, eventually you’ll have to pay if you want unlimited online access to a Time Inc. Show More Summary

Ed Sheeran Refused To Kiss Fan — Because She Was Nine!

For celebrities, refusing requests from fans can be tricky. That wasn’t the case for Ed Sheeran when a mother approached him with an odd request. While speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Sheeran described the difficult situation: “The parents are the ones that do the things that I think are odd. Show More Summary

Neil Janowitz Joins New York’s Vulture

Neil Janowitz has been named editorial director of New York’s entertainment site, Vulture. Janowitz comes to the site from Entertainment Weekly, where he served as assistant managing editor of EW.com since last year. Prior to his time at EW, Janowitz worked at Sports Illustrated, Fast Company and ESPN The Magazine. Capital New York reports that Janowitz’s first day was Tuesday.

Chris Pratt Loves… BJ?! Fill In The Blank!

Uh-oh, should Anna Faris be worried?! On Wednesday, Chris Pratt struck a pose while holding a t-shirt with the words "I <3 BJ" emblazoned on the front. [ Related: Hunk Alert! Chris Is Such A Stud On Entertainment Weekly! ] Umm, is there something you want to tell us, Pratt? Or is the actor just obsessed with Bruce [...]

Newswire: The new X-Files script made David Duchovny cry

David Duchovny, who has long carried the flag for FBI agents who are strong, yet sensitive, isn’t ashamed to say that the script for Fox’s X-Files revival left him in tears. As Duchovny told Entertainment Weekly: I got the first script this morning...I started crying reading the first page. Show More Summary

David Duchovny Reveals New X-Files News Including Wanting To Do More & What Made Him Cry!

First releasing an album, then singing with Gillian Anderson, now crying at the X-Files script?! We don't know if we could we love David Duchovny any more! The actor spoke with Entertainment Weekly and he not only had some news about the X-Files revival mini-series on Fox next year but he admitted to some tears too! [...]

The first page of the new ‘X-Files’ script made David Duchovny weep with joy :D

Once and future “X-Files” star David Duchovny “started crying reading the first page” of the new “X-Files” script, the actor told Entertainment Weekly, just from seeing the names of the show’s characters written down on the page. The tears were of joy; the revival is really happening. We know, David Duchovny. Here was Duchovny’s full […]

Zoe Saldana Questions Why White Actors Have Played Characters Of Color For Decades

Marvel’s newest Human Torch, Michael B. Jordan, rekindled a long-standing debate in Hollywood over race and casting in a candid essay for Entertainment Weekly published Friday. In response, actress Zoe Saldana spoke out in support of...Show More Summary

Come Get Your First Look At Ridley Scott's 'The Martian'

Empire and Entertainment Weekly have just unveiled the first official images from The Martian. The film stars Matt Damon, and is directed by Ridley Scott. Based on the novel by the same name, written by Andy Weir, the movie tells the story of an astronaut stranded on Mars. Show More Summary

Summer fun! Movies, TV, concerts to check out

Entertainment Weekly's Tim Stack fills Kathie Lee and Hoda in on the hot movies, TV shows, concert tours and books you'll want to check out this summer.

Michael B. Jordan Blasts Racist Internet Trolls Who Criticize His Fantastic Four Casting!

The new Human Torch has some heated words! In an op-ed piece published Friday on Entertainment Weekly, actor Michael B. Jordan blasted "internet trolls" who criticized his casting in the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. In the comics, the superhero is white. In previous movies, The Human Torch was played by Chris Evans (of Captain America fame). [ Related: [...]

Michael B. Jordan's casting in 'Fantastic Four' is not to fill a 'racial quota'?

Michael B. Jordan is speaking out to all the internet trolls that object to him being Johnny Storm in the upcoming "Fantastic Four" film just because he's black.The actor wrote a heartfelt op-ed for Entertainment Weekly on Friday (May 22) speaking directly to those who posted hateful messages after it was announced he got the part. Show More Summary

See Emma Roberts and Shirtless Nick Jonas in New Scream Queens Trailer

"Secrets are the glue that binds sorority sisters together." Entertainment Weekly posted a new featurette video for Scream Queens, the latest from phenomenon-creator Ryan Murphy. The trailer has new footage and cast interviews that give...Show More Summary

Entertainment Weekly Launches Paywall

Think carefully before viewing Entertainment Weekly’s online content, like a slideshow of the “26 scariest pop culture clowns.” Is it worth paying for? Before answering, consider — you are (probably) not a child, so clowns are not scary. Show More Summary

How Harry Potter, Close Encounters and The 1952 Box Inspired Tomorrowland [Jeff Jensen Interview]

I talk with Jeff Jensen about how he went from a television writer at Entertainment Weekly to collaborating with Damon Lindelof and Brad Bird on the story for Tomorrowland.  I must admit, I planned to go in and talk to Jensen about how...Show More Summary

‘Community’ star Joel McHale to host this year’s ESPYs on ABC

Sitcom star Joel McHale will host the 2015 ESPY Awards, which will air for the first time ever on ABC instead of ESPN, Entertainment Weekly reports. McHale, who stars as Jeff Winger in the sitcom “Community” and hosts the E Network’s weekly reality TV roasting show “Talk Soup,” has never hosted the sports awards show before, […]

Jimmy Fallon And Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Show Off Karate Skills In 1989 Commencement Speech [Video]

Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson did some epic time-travelling in Thursday’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Entertainment Weekly reports. The comedian teamed up with the wrestler and action film heartthrob to deliver a hilarious commencement speech sketch set in — wait for it — 1989. Show More Summary

Ed Sheeran Wants You To Know He’s Already Successful, But Plans To Catch Up To Taylor Swift

In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Ed Sheeran expresses some frustration with his public perception. You see, he’s really quite successful, and he thinks it’s time people realized that: You have recently sold out three nights at Wembley Stadium, which is pretty incredible. What does that mean to you? I did it for the […]

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