Star Wars actor Mark Hamill reprised his decades-old role as the Trickster on Tuesday’s episode of The Flash. According to Entertainment Weekly, at a press screening, Hamill recently revealed his delight at getting the chance to play the Trickster again, which he claims is a rare privilege in the film industry. Show More Summary
Nathan Fillion was recently asked by Entertainment Weekly to recap The Walking Dead‘s season finale. Instead he wrote The Walking Dead cast and crew a letter. A beautiful, heartfelt, damn-it-you’re-making-me-tear-up-why-is-this-room-so-dusty-letter. Show More Summary
Christopher Rosen has been named senior news director at Entertainment Weekly. Rosen most recently served as managing entertainment editor for The Huffington Post. He had been with the site for four years. Rosen previously worked at Movieline, where he served as a senior editor. Show More Summary
“The Wiz” is coming to NBC on Dec. 3rd, as the network’s next live musical According to Entertainment Weekly, “NBC previously revealed that two titles were under consideration: ‘The Wiz’ and the 1957 hit ‘The Music Man.’ But especially after...
Ciara Renee will be leaving broadway, according to Entertainment Weekly, and joining the ever-expanding television DC Universe as Hawkgirl. As Hawkgirl, Renee will be joining a list of superheroes that continues to grow on the CW Network. Show More Summary
The cast and crew of "Sherlock" has been keeping mum about the show's fourth season for quite some time now, but in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, "Sherlock" co-creator Steven Moffat offered some clues to fans on what to expect when the show comes back.
What did the man behind J.K. Rowling: A Bibliography 1997-2013 dig up? In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Philip W. Errington revealed that J.K. Rowling created four special pieces of Harry Potter universe content early on in...Show More Summary
"Sherlock" co-creator Steven Moffat is putting rumors to rest about the title character's sexuality."We walk into that one all the time," Moffat tells Entertainment Weekly. "It's a funny thing when a character for over 100 years hasShow More Summary
Dwayne Johnson hosted Saturday Night Live twice as “The Rock” and once under his given name. Entertainment Weekly recalls that “The Rock” was best known as a wrestler during his SNL debut in 2000. When he last hosted in 2009, he’d established himself as a film actor. Show More Summary
First Look: 16 Photoshopped Puns Of J... After Entertainment Weekly released the first look of Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, we managed to get our hands on these never before seen photoshopped puns of Jesse Eisenberg's name. Submitted...Show More Summary
Given the amount of carnage on The Walking Dead, it’s probably not surprising that Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin is a big fan. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Martin revealed an (obvious?) way to survive a zombie apocalypse: “Castles!” the author told EW. Show More Summary
Avid fans of Kevin Smith know that in his Q&A Event Too Fat for 40, he revealed the original ending of Red State. Well, now, you can watch it! Sort of. Entertainment Weekly went ahead and animated it for you (albeit a little roughly) and placed it alongside Kevin Smith’s dulcet tones so you can […]
Oh, what might have been: According to a recent interview with The Daily Beast (via Entertainment Weekly), Mad Men‘s John Slattery says he was offered a role on Fox’s hit Empire. Unfortunately (because that would’ve been super weird),...Show More Summary
The 90s are back. Is Hollywood out of ideas? Tough to say, but either way, we're reportedly getting a new version of Coach, according to Entertainment Weekly. Former lead Craig T. Nelson is on board, and that's a good thing because you're...Show More Summary
And the exclusive Entertainment Weekly Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. poster images just keep on coming! Check out this week's artwork created by Delicious Design League, which spotlights Mockingbird in light of recent developments in the episode, "One Door Closes." Spoilers ahoy!
Known for his role in The Social Network, actor Jesse Eisenberg steps into the role of Lex Luthor for the upcoming Superman v Batman: Dawn of Justice movie. Entertainment Weekly unveiled a first look at Eisenberg in character as Lex Luthor. Show More Summary
As reported by The Guardian (via Entertainment Weekly), Veep creator Armando Iannucci has apparently been campaigning for a chance to write an episode of Doctor Who. The people who make Doctor Who have even met with Iannucci and are open to letting him take a crack at coming up with new mean things for The Doctor to say to Clara. Show More Summary
No, not the one above. The reveal is exclusive to Entertainment Weekly, with a picture that would appear to depict Jesse Eisenberg's take on the character in prison clothes (though it's tough to...
With details for next year's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice shrouded in mystery, this a rare treat. Entertainment Weekly just published a first look at Jesse Eisenberg's stone-cold, expressionless face as Superman's archenemy Lex...Show More Summary
If you ever wondered how Jesse Eisenberg would look if we went bald, we now have the answer. Entertainment Weekly as a first look at the actor as Lex Luthor in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Get scoop on returning spring shows "He's not any of the Lexes that you've seen, that's for sure, other... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jesse Eisenberg