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Jim Broadbent Becomes Latest Beloved British Character Actor to Join Game of Thrones, Probably to Die Terribly

As has become a tradition, Game of Thrones has added yet another highly regarded British actor to the Seven Kingdoms: Entertainment Weekly reports that Jim Broadbent has joined the upcoming seventh series of Thrones in an unknown role. EW's source says only that Broadbent's role is "significant." Of the leaked roles being cast ... More »

Ryan Adams Feels Off Bruce Hornsby & AC/DC on New LP Due 11/4

39 minutes agoEntertainment / Music : Hidden Track

Ryan Adams is once again taking a cue from his younger days – this time in the form of an mid 80?s inspired album. Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Adams let readers know he had quite the source of songs to pick from on this followup...Show More Summary

Game of Thrones Adds Harry Potter's Jim Broadbent to Season 7 Cast

Jim Broadbent is heading to Westeros for Game of Thrones Season 7. The Harry Potter alum has been cast in a mysterious but "significant" role, according to Entertainment Weekly. HBO and the Game of Thrones producing team didn't give out any further details in order to prevent major storylines from... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones Jim Broadbent

Colton Haynes Accepts Inspiring Award: WATCH!

Colton Haynes came out as gay in May. The actor did so in an interview with Entertainment Weekly following months of speculation over his sexuality. “It took me so long to get to this point, but I’m doing so good,” Haynes said at the...Show More Summary

Jack Kirby's long-lost, incomplete "The Prisoner" comic book

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Forces of Geek has unearthed an amazing gem. To introduce it, they write: In the March 21st, Entertainment Weekly ran an article called In Search of Pop Culture’s Holy Grails, listing, “some hallowed projects (that) evade(d) our grasp. Show More Summary

Newswire: Lena Dunham set to publish short story book, draw your ire

Lena Dunham announced this morning that she will be releasing her first collection of short fiction about which many people are certain to form strong opinions despite minimal exposure, Entertainment Weekly reports. Best And Always is...Show More Summary

Zachary Quinto to Narrate “The Dispatcher,” To Be Released by Audio October 4

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

And Entertainment Weekly has the scoop! So go there for details, including a link to pre-order. Note the cost. It’s not a typo. EW has the scoop, but I will now add a few answers to additional questions I think you might have. Is there going to be a print edition? Yes, there will be, […]

Phylicia Rashad Joins Empire in a Mother of a Role

Phylicia Rashad is heading to Empire for Season 3, Entertainment Weekly reports. The Cosby Show alum will play Diane Dubois, the mother of Taye Diggs' new character Angelo Dubois, a New York politician who's being positioned as a new love interest for Cookie (Taraji P. Henson). Fall TV Preview: Get... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Empire Taye Diggs Phylicia Rashad

Gabby Douglas Skips 2016 MTV Video Music Awards After Brief Hospital Stay– Is Everything Alright?

Gabby Douglas will be sitting out the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards after a brief hospital stay, Entertainment Weekly reports. This means that Douglas did not be join the rest of her Final Five teammates on the red carpet this evening....Show More Summary

Oprah Winfrey Says She Could Use A Talk Show Right About Now

Oprah Winfrey says she doesn’t “miss” her days as a talk show titan, but that she wouldn’t mind having a talk show forum for some of today’s big news stories. In a new interview posted by Entertainment Weekly, Oprah admitted she misses being able to talk about big headlines in front of a nationwide TV... Show More Summary

Robert Zemeckis is Making Noah’s Ark in Space for NBC

Hollywood’s interest in biblical stories continues, as Entertainment Weekly reports that NBC is moving forward with a modern reimagining of the Noah’s Ark tale, produced by filmmaker Robert Zemeckis. The project will be a “grounded, modern retelling” of the story from the Bible, following an engineer. “After the death of his wife, [he] has a […]

Julie Chen says Corey Brooks Has No ‘Big Brother’ Game

Corey Brooks may be in a good spot on Big Brother 18 right now, but host Julie Chen still doesn’t think he has what it takes to be crowned the next champion of the CBS reality competition. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Chen said Corey Brooks’ showmance with Nicole Franzel could cost him the... Show More Summary

The Girl on the Train Changed Its Setting to Make Emily Blunt’s Alcoholism More Sad

Why did the upcoming film adaptation of The Girl on the Train change its setting from London to New York? Money, of course, but also shame. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson says that the project was always intended as an American film — keeping it in ... More »

Emily Blunt Was 'Completely Sucked Into' Script of 'Girl on the Train'

Emily Blunt stares out a train window in this Entertainment Weekly preview of her upcoming movie The Girl on the Train. “I read it, and I loved it,” Emily said of the script, which was adapted from the popular book of the same name. “I was completely sucked into it and thrilled by the idea [...]

'Nashville' Is Coming To CMT, But Connie Britton Might Be Already Gone

Ryan Murphy? It’s me, Connie Britton. I’m FREE. Ahead of the Season 5 premiere of “Nashville” on its new network, CMT, reports have surfaced that Britton is planning her exit from the country soap. According to Entertainment Weekly,Show More Summary

Is Connie Britton Leaving Nashville?

Could Nashville still be Nashville without Rayna James? Connie Britton has only signed on for 10 episodes of Nashville's upcoming 22-episode fifth season on CMT, Entertainment Weekly reports. Nashville Mega Buzz: Rayna meets a wealthy superfan - but is he bad news? It's unclear whether Britton plans to ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Nashville Connie Britton

In LA this October? ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY’s first ever POPFEST Event seems to be the place to be thi

In LA this October? ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY’s first ever POPFEST Event seems to be the place to be this year with stars, music performances, a Wes Craven tribute, and all kinds of fun! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Ambush Bug here. Show More Summary

William Shatner Is Sorry Paramount Didn't Stop Him From Ruining Star Trek V

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Last week, Entertainment Weekly published a feature where Henry Winkler and William Shatner promoted a new project while apologizing for an old, bad one. Shatner offers his regrets for the infamous Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, while passive-aggressively blaming Paramount anyway. Fun! Read more...

Will Smith: Christmas Movie 'Collateral Beauty' Has Best Sucker Punch Ending

Will Smith's A-list Christmas dramedy "Collateral Beauty" doesn't open until December 16, but he already has us hooked. He talked to Entertainment Weekly for their Fall Movie Preview issue, saying the "huuuuuge spoilers" in the "delicately...Show More Summary

Why ‘Big Brother 18’ Host Julie Chen Called Paulie Calafiore A ‘Sore Loser’ — Perhaps

It was not that long ago that Julie Chen told Entertainment Weekly that Paulie Calafiore was her pick to win it all this year on Big Brother. As The Inquisitr reported at the time, Chen saw Calafiore, the younger brother of second-place finisher from Big Brother 16, Cody Calafiore, as running the entire house and... Show More Summary

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