In a recent interview in Time Out New York, Lena Dunham told her Girls co-producer Jenni Konner that she’d been moved to speak out against Woody Allen by the moral courage of her longtime mentor Judd Apatow. According to Dunham, the powerful Hollywood director was “ one of the first people ever to speak out against Woody Allen.” But, uh—did he? Read more...
Last night at BAM Lena Dunham sat down with the filmmaker and writer Miranda July to interview her about her debut novel, The First Bad Man. Their conversation was meandering, candid, at times sad, and funny — and it touched on everything from poorly anticipating things that other people find... More »
Last night, Miranda July fans from all over the city (and a few from abroad) flocked to the Brooklyn Academy of Music to see the filmmaker/author in conversation with Lena Dunham about her debut novel, The First Bad Man. Their conversation was frank and funny, ranging from musings on sexual fantasies... More »
Part One: A (Clutterless) Room of One’s Own Silver Lake, Los Angeles, golden hour. Basil-cucumber martinis all around. We are a dozen well-preserved, Lena Dunham’s–mom–aged women in floaty Indian shirts, sundresses, sandals. We’ve just come from an afternoon literary event. Topics we might cover include global warming, male versus female... More »
Even if you watch Girls online with you finger on the pause button so you can jot down all of Hannah's profound observations about relationships, gender equality, and dessert, you probably occasionally find Lena Dunham obnoxious. She's...Show More Summary
‘Girls’ creator and star Lena Dunham is no stranger to controversy. She knows how to get tongues wagging. She admitted that she isn’t afraid of being polarizing or unpopular. RELATED: Lena Dunham speaks out about her rape allegations in her memoir. In an interview with The Daily Beast, she explained one very revealing characteristic she shares with […]
At a Sundance event, Lena Dunham referred to Rachel Antonoff, the sister of her boyfriend Jack Antonoff, as her sister-in-law. She “kindly refused” to elaborate on the subject to reporters. She’s also been spotted wearing a suspicious ring. She’s said in the past that she and Jack don’t plan to marry until same-sex marriage is [...]
Lena Dunham’s no stranger to controversy, and the pop culture darling is wading in it again after calling iconic moviemaker Woody Allen a “perv” during a panel at… READ ON
Says Lena Dunham, adding:"In hindsight, it’s not something I would have done, and I loved Oberlin, but when I got to school I was so distressed by the level of censorship. I thought, 'We all share politics here, we’re all people whoShow More Summary
Lena Dunham gets together with her gal pal Brie Larson while attending Sex, Politics and Film held during the 2015 Sundance Film Festival at Wahso Asian Grill on Sunday (January 25) in Park City, Utah. The 28-year-old Girls creator and actress hosted the event in support of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Lena recently opened [...]
This is part of a trend of dominating women in the field overall, and sexually hazing new women who enter the industry.
This year's Sundance Film Festival has found room for Hollywood's biggest stars (Jason Segel, James Franco, Kristen Wiig and Lena Dunham) and brightest newcomers (Lola Kirke, the cast of "Dope"). Ahead, 24 beautiful portraits of Sundance's class of 2015.
Lena Dunham and Toni Collette attended The Variety Studio at Sundance presented by Dockers.… READ ON
Dunham also spoke openly about reproductive freedom and campus assault, the latter of which she admitted to being a victim of in her memoir.
Lena Dunham deftly illustrated the double standard that she's held to as someone who creates and stars in her own TV show: women don't get separated from the characters they play, whereas men like "real perv" Woody Allen do.
Lena Dunham Conflates Lil Wayne And Lil Jon We’re not even 30 days into 2015 and we already have a moment that tweeters, journalists, and TV talking heads will likely use to discuss how white folks view black folks as
The "Girls" star sat down with Mindy Kaling, Kristen Wiig, Jenji Kohan and Emily Nussbaum to talk politics & sexism
Other topics include Woody Allen, reproductive rights and sexual assault
At the Power of Story: Serious Ladies panel at Sundance, in which Lena Dunham, Mindy Kaling, Kristen Wiig, and Jenji Kohan discussed life as female artists, Dunham brilliantly pointed out the obvious regarding Woody Allen’s repeated onscreen “perv” behavior. Dunham is frequently taking the heat for the screw-ups of her “Girls” character Hannah Horvath, as [...]
Millennial actress Lena Dunham recently "deleted Twitter" because she is "trying to create a safer space for herself emotionally." Now, Instagram is her choice of platform for sharing her thoughts with the world. Today, Dunham explains at length on the photo-sharing platform the non-racist way she confusing Lil' Jon with Lil' Wayne. Read more...