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A Closer Look At Daisy Ridley In 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

Entertainment Weekly had the chance to sit with actress Daisy Ridley, who is playing the mysterious Rey in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. As usual when a project is directed by J.J. Abrams, there's a thick cloud of secrecy that no one is able to shed some light through. Show More Summary

Romeo Beckham runs race in London for charity

Entertainment Weekly's Nina Terrero fills Kathie Lee and Hoda in on how the royals will announce the birth of their new baby on Twitter, the details of Oprah's charity auction and Romeo Beckham running a marathon Sunday in London.

Candice Accola Reveals Who She Thinks Caroline Should End Up With On ‘The Vampire Diaries’

Candice Accola has become a fan favorite on The Vampire Diaries as her character, Carline Forbes, has morphed from an innocent cheerleader to a butt kicking vampire. Entertainment Weekly recently caught up with Accola, who discussed her six years spent of the show. Show More Summary

Transformers 5 Planned for 2017

2 days agoVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Get ready for your latest dose of CGI robot aliens and vehicular mayhem, folks. Transformers 5 is on the way. Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the sequel to the series reboot starring Mark Wahlberg will hit theaters in 2017. The...Show More Summary

Patrick Dempsey Gets Emotional Reflecting on His 10-Year Grey's Anatomy Career

Patrick "Dr. McDreamy" Dempsey got emotional discussing the decade he spent on Grey's Anatomy with Entertainment Weekly. Here are some highlights from his "exit interview" from Seattle Grace. VIDEO: Meredith and Derek's most romantic...Show More Summary

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ kills off major character in shocking twist — for some people, anyway

Well, that was unexpected. Unless you’re an Entertainment Weekly subscriber. On Thursday night’s episode of ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” star Patrick Dempsey — who has been on the show as Dr. Derek Shepherd since the pilot in 2005 and is responsible for introducing the phrase “Dr. McDreamy” into the lexicon — died in a grisly car accident. Devastating? […]

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ kills off major character in shocking twist — for some people, anyway

Well, that was unexpected. Unless you’re an Entertainment Weekly subscriber.On Thursday night’s episode of ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” star Patrick Dempsey — who has been on the show as Dr. Derek Shepherd since the pilot in 2005 and is responsible for introducing the phrase “Dr. McDreamy” into the lexicon — died in a grisly car accident.Read full article >>

Shocker! Patrick Dempsey Leaves Grey's Anatomy

Grey's Anatomy has lost another one of its major cast members. Patrick Dempsey is leaving the show, according to The Hollywood Reporter based on an Entertainment Weekly story that was sent to print subscribers today. The actor was written off of the series on Thursday's episode. Grey's Anatomy recap:... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Grey's Anatomy Patrick Dempsey

Entertainment Weekly Leaks Major Grey's Anatomy Spoiler

[Spoiler Alert: You should probably exit this window immediately if you haven't seen tonight's episode of Grey's Anatomy, and definitely don't look at the picture after the jump.] An Entertainment Weekly subscriber reportedly got Friday's issue a little earlier than expected, and some of the mag's more potent bits of... More »

Ryan Murphy Just Revealed a Hell of a Lot About Scream Queens

If Scream Queens isn't yet on your radar, it should be. It's the next show from Ryan Murphy, and the plot details have been kept pretty hush-hush - until now. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Murphy revealed a wealth of new information about the plot, the characters, and exactly how this show works. Show More Summary

Tom Hardy Promotes Mad Max, Covers May 2015 Details + Entertainment Weekly

Details’ May 2015 cover star is none other than Tom Hardy. The 37 year-old British actor is photographed by Greg Williams for the American publication’s latest cover story, on the heels of appearing on another Entertainment Weekly cover. Show More Summary

New Photos From Scream Queens Reveal That Lea Michele Can and Will Play Another Nerd

By the grace of Ryan Murphy, we now have a slew of photos from the set of Fox's upcoming Screen Queens, which premiered on Entertainment Weekly. Now we know that at some point, Lea Michele plays a nerd with a neck-brace (Romy and Michele, much?), Nick Jonas shows off his... More »

Get Your First Look At ‘Scream Queens’

The folks over at Entertainment Weekly have scored several pictures from the upcoming FOX horror comedy Scream Queens, which was created by Ryan Murphy (Glee, American Horror Story). The photos show Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Nick Jonas’ characters, as well as a group shot of something rather frightening. Murphy tells the site: I […]

X-Men Film Director Bryan Singer on Iceman Coming Out in the Comics: 'I'm Enjoying the Irony of It All'

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, director Bryan Singer spoke out about Bobby Drake (aka Iceman) coming out as gay in the latest All-New X-Men comic book and the parallels he sees between the revelation and his X-Men films: Well,...

Newswire: Adam Arkin to play a mob boss on the second season of Fargo

According to Entertainment Weekly, the second season of Fargo has found a villain: Sons Of Anarchy and Justified’s Adam Arkin, who was already signed on to direct the final two episodes of this season of Fargo. Arkin will be playingShow More Summary

Jess Cagle: People and EW’s Future Lies in Digital, Video and TV

 It was Hollywood on the Hudson at Michael’s today, with Uma Thurman and Brian Grazer dining and dishing among the power lunch crowd. It seemed only fitting that I was joined by People and Entertainment Weekly’s editorial director Jess...Show More Summary

New Muppets Show Will Be “More Adult.” Will We Finally See How Muppet Babies Are Made?

As previously reported, ABC is considering bringing the Muppets back to television, but the revival may not be what we’ve come to expect from Kermit and friends. According to Entertainment Weekly, the planned Muppets show will be filmed in a mockumentary style, and will take stylistic cues from 30 Rock and The Office. Show More Summary

Newswire: ABC says its new Muppets series will be “more adult”

Statler and Waldorf won’t be the only ones complaining on ABC’s new Muppets series, as Entertainment Weekly reports that the series will be “more adult” than its predecessor, and, as we all know, being an adult means being miserable all the time. Show More Summary

Celebrities With Weed Hair Is the Best Thing You've Seen All Week

Happy Earth Day? One Imgur user's celebrity weed hair post is going viral because, well, it's awesome. "My girlfriend subscribes to Entertainment Weekly and Rolling Stone. She leaves piles of them on the coffee table, so I roll my joints on them," he/she wrote. Show More Summary

Look: Hero Complex's 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron' Art Show Pieces

For those who don't like their movie posters overly Photoshopped, the print marketing for The Avengers: Age of Ultron has been pretty lackluster (though not as bad as that Entertainment Weekly banner). The only saving grace has been the posters that fans can vote to receive when the film debuts on IMAX screens next week. Show More Summary

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