Robin Thicke was recently named one of the Entertainers of the Year by Entertainment Weekly. However, not everyone agrees with this accolade. Miley Cyrus, who famously teamed up with Thicke for her pearl-clutching performance at this...Show More Summary
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is on track to earn $100-105 million for the Thanksgiving weekend – Entertainment Weekly Prince George receives a herd of cows as gift from a Kenyan tribe- US Weekly Roseanne Barr admits that she has mental health issues- Huffington Post Luke Bryan was legally allowed to drink and drive on [...]
Move over Maggie Smith! Sandra Bullock talks her love for "Downton Abbey" and all things TV in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly. EW named her Entertainer of the Year for her work in "The Heat" and "Gravity" (and for just being...Show More Summary
From Rickey.org Sandra Bullock has been named Entertainment Weekly's Entertainer of the Year for 2013! What do you think of the choice? The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Entertainment Weekly has announced its latest Entertainer of the Year, and you probably won't be particularly surprised at their pick: Sandra Bullock, who'll be appearing on the magazine's cover. This is her second time taking home the title. Read more...
She's one of the most talked about people in Hollywood, but even Miley Cyrus can attest to her weaknesses in the midst of her climb to superstar status. In Entertainment Weekly's Entertainers of the Year issue, the "Wrecking Ball" hitmaker...Show More Summary
Sandra Bullock has become even more popular this year after her blockbuster movie, Gravity, showed her in a role unlike any other she had taken before. Now, Entertainment Weekly has announced she is one its Entertainers of the Year. Bullock graces the cover of the magazine for the month of December looking very femme fatale,... Show More Summary
Some awesome but unsurprising news coming out of Entertainment Weekly that will no doubt have Potterheads thrilled and also nodding their heads.EW readers cast their votes for the greatest YA Novel of All Time, and good ol' HP took home the crown. That's right, Entertainment Weekly readers decided that J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series was the greatest of all...
Sandra Bullock looks gorgeous on the cover of Entertainment Weekly‘s Entertainers of the Year issue, on newsstands November 26. The 49-year-old actress starred in two box office smashes this year that could not have been more different in tone – Gravity and The Heat. Sandra chatted with the mag about how she didn’t expect to [...]
Ryan Murphy has a way of attracting huge stars to "American Horror Story," and despite the talent he's already lured, he has a dream cast. "Well, every year I go to Reese Witherspoon," Murphy told Entertainment Weekly. "I want her to play something really twisted and f---ed up. Show More Summary
A new report claims that Katie Couric is headed online- Entertainment Weekly Get a good look at Whitney Port‘s engagement ring- US Weekly French director Georges Lautner dies at age 87- Huffington Post Miley Cyrus got a new set of wheels from her dad for her birthday- TMZ Is Lily Collins nursing Zac Efron back [...]
Jennifer’s Lawrence‘s new film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire earns $70.5 million at the box office on Friday- Entertainment Weekly Have a look at Whitney Port‘s engagement ring- US Weekly Willie Nelson band members were injured in a bus tour crash- Huffington Post How much is Aaron Carter‘s dog really worth?- TMZ Watch a teaser [...]
American Horror Story hasn't even finished its third season yet, but Jessica Lange has already spoken out about her plans to leave after Season 4. But why? In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Lange revealed for the first time just why she plans to leave the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jessica Lange Ryan Murphy American Horror Story
Check out the first ever image from Season 2 of “Bates Motel,” premiering on A&E March 2014. Courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, the image shows Norman (Freddie Highmore), Norma (Vera Farmiga), and Dylan (Max Thieriot) at Miss Watson’s funeral. As you’d expect, Highmore is mum about... Read More
Courtesy THR In an exclusive over at Entertainment Weekly, we were able to get a few hints about what the fourth season of “American Horror Story” may look like. The show’s co-creator, Ryan Murphy, hinted that we’ll learn much more around episode 11 of this season. Show More Summary
Okay, so maybe he hasn't actually revealed the exact location… But he did narrow it down for us! In the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, the show's creator Ryan Murphy dished as to where American Horror Story will take us next year—and the answer may surprise you: “It’s not contemporary. It’s either going to shoot in New Orleans [...]
American Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy has dropped his first hint for the horror anthology’s fourth season. Murphy told Entertainment Weekly that fans can expect to see hints for the next season around episode 11 of the current installment, American Horror Story: Coven, which is set to air on January 15, 2014. Show More Summary
Ooh, ooh baby. Hot just like a coven: The badass witches of American Horror Story grace the new cover of Entertainment Weekly. Cover story here. Re: Ms. Lange. Need. Those. Gloves. Read more...
Dakota Johnson has revealed that she burst into tears when she was offered the role of Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades of Grey. The actress told Entertainment Weekly: “They said, ‘You got the offer’ and I couldn’t speak.” Johnson continued: … Continue reading »
Post by Maressa Brown. On Friday, Fifty Shades of Grey stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson got into character in the biggest way yet, debuting new "character portraits" and chatting with Entertainment Weekly about being cast as Christian and Ana, their thoughts on the steamy story, and more. Show More Summary