The Brooklyn Academy of Music has announced:Bestsellers, trend-setters, celebrities, visual wizards, and story-tellers converge at BAM in three wide-ranging, one-night-only events in the winter of 2015. Filmmaker Miranda July discusses her debut novel with Lena Dunham; legendary cartoonists Matt...
Lena Dunham is a successful writer and TV star, and is quickly becoming an icon for young women everywhere. And guess what? She's obsessed with celebrity gossip! She really is just like us! The Girls creator was interviewed for Oprah's O Magazine and reluctantly admitted that she can't get enough of all the news that's fit to post on the Internet! She said: "I know that [...]
Here are a few things you can get for $900: this Rachel Comey coat for winter, a round-trip ticket from New York to Delhi, 240 cans of Surge, or a single ticket to Lena Dunham's sold-out appearance at BAM on October 21.Her book tour for Not That Kind of Girl —... More »
Zachary Quinto will be featured on "Girls" next season, but his plotline remains an incredibly well-guarded secret. "I promised Lena I wouldn't spill the beans," he told HuffPost Live's Ricky Camilleri in an interview to promote "The...Show More Summary
I used to dislike Lena Dunham simply for the fact that I was utterly and completely jealous of her. She had everything I wanted: a respected film and television show loosely based off of her life, a book deal, cover stories in major newspapers and magazines, comparisons to Woody Allen, a friendship with Nora [...]
Lena Dunham’s upcoming book tour, for her highly-anticipated memoir Not That Kind of Girl, quickly sold out in July. If you didn’t nab a ticket then (and have nearly a grand to spare) you’re in luck: One ticketholder is selling his or her general admission ticket to Dunham’s October 21 reading at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for $900 on Craigslist. Read more...
Last week, Lena Dunham dutifully supplied her entry for Vanity Fair's application to be a witty person of interest. It contains a veritable hamper of pithy responses to questions about happiness and death and overused phrases. She even included her life motto, which is also a favorite Bill Cosby punch line... More »
Meghan Daum, a columnist at the Los Angeles Times, wrote this week’s cover story about Lena Dunham. Here, she discusses her first impressions of Dunham, the actor’s political leanings and more.
Lena Dunham has a book out very, very soon, and you know what that means: it’s time for cover stories and blog posts and an entire cultural conversation about the auteur of an HBO comedy series, so let’s strap in. First out of the gate is the New York Times, with a cover story entitled … Read More
When the Australian comedy "Please Like Me" made its under-the-radar American premiere on the fledgling Pivot network, it instantly became every TV critic's pick for Best Show You've Never Heard Of.
Keith rushes to Nicole's side in the wake of her father's death - Us Weekly Josh Hutcherson comes to Jennifer Lawrence's defense - HuffPost Celebrity Will Gone Girl make Rosamund Pike a household name? - Lainey Gossip Lena Dunham can't...Show More Summary
The latest installment in The New York Times’s ongoing series of Lena Dunham profiles was published earlier this week, and it was brimming with the sort of outrageous anecdotes and loaded quotes we’ve come to expect from the Grey Lady’s serialized obsession with the “Girls” creator. The New York Times really likes writing about Dunham. […]
Never a fan of the status quo, Lena Dunham lets her freak flag fly in her new interview for O The Oprah Magazine’s October 2014 issue. Looking to plug her new book “Not That Kind of Girl,” the “Girls” gal confesses her favorite guilty pleasure- “Celebrity gossip sites. Show More Summary
We hold these truths to be self evident: Girls is this generation's Sex and the City. So says Taylor Swift, anyway, who also told Rolling Stone that she identifies as a Shoshanna. (Lena Dunham thinks she's more of a "Hannah, minus the horrid sexual behavior.") Vulture spoke with Zosia Mamet, who plays... More »
Did you know Lena Dunham has a memoir coming out, called ‘Not That Kind of Girl’? I had NO idea the ‘Girls’ creator and star had decided to branch out into book writing! She’s certainly talented enough to do so, however. Lena sat down with O Magazine and dished the dirt about fun stuff like […]
Lena Dunham is transformed into the bust of a statue for the cover of The New York Times Magazine‘s latest issue. Here is what the 28-year-old Girls actress had to share with the mag: On Gawker leaking book excerpts in December 2012: “They posted it with a list of 72 reasons I was the dumbest [...]
The headlines rolling out of the online preview of this weekend’s New York Times Magazine “Culture Issue” cover story by Meghan Daum have been pun-tastic. Perez Hilton thinks he Girls star is “Totally STONED,” while Refinery29 notes that she got “Busted.” The New York Times has a more civilized way of describing this weekend’s cover. Show More Summary
The "Girls" creator and her gay sister get candid. The post Lena Dunham talks about coming out for her sister and being an ally in the “New York Times” magazine appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
Lena Dunham is soon to offer up more observations on the difficulties of being rich, white and famous in the form of her new book, Not That Kind of Girl. Given Dunham's sexual frankness, we expect her memoir to read just like Fifty Shades...Show More Summary