First grade teacher Patrick Harris is so committed to his students, he even wants to ensure that their locks are well taken care of. In what has to be the most “aww”-inducing video to bless the internet this month, Harris, who is based...Show More Summary
Lena Dunham answers 73 random questions by Joe Sabia for Vogue while showing off her home and poodles. Dunham even fields a question asked by Neil Patrick Harris who answered his own series of questions in 2016. Related Laughing Squid PostsTaylor Swift Answers 73 Questions While Giving a Tour of Her Beverly Hills HomeLena Dunham […]
This article originally appeared in Vulture. Of the many comfortable forms of pop culture available to you in recent months, one of my favorites involves watching Neil Patrick Harris pretend to be a sailor, badly. In the fifth and sixth...Show More Summary
Post by Jenny Erikson. We're feeling the protective vibe! Meghan Markle's costar Patrick J. Adams said he wants to vet Prince Harry, and it's clear from his comments that the Suits actress has no shortage of people looking out for her. Show More Summary
Of the many comfortable forms of pop culture available to you in recent months, one of my favorites involves watching Neil Patrick Harris pretend to be a sailor, badly. In the fifth and sixth episodes of Netflix’s Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Harris plays Captain Sham, a lonesome ... More »
These two Instagram posts by NPH's husband will make you smile, and isn't that what you need right about now?
Ellen DeGeneres compiled a video of many celebrities thanking Barack Obama for his contributions to LGBT rights. Celebrities including Laverne Cox, Neil Patrick Harris (with guest appearances by his twins), Jim Parsons, Evan Rachel Wood, Colton Haynes, Sia, Ellen‘s wife Portia de Rossi, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Drew Barrymore made a special video for the [...]
Ellen DeGeneres followed up her heartfelt goodbye to Barack Obama with a little help from her A-list friends on Friday. Neil Patrick Harris, Laverne Cox, Jonathan Groff and Evan Rachel Wood are just a few of the LGBTQ stars to thankShow More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris still feels the need to defend the series finale of How I Met Your Mother. The 43-year-old actor recently stopped by Watch What Happens Live to discuss his new Netflix show A Series of Unfortunate Events where he was asked about his former hit show. After the show ended in 2014, fans [...]
Neil Patrick Harris interrupts James during the show challenging him to a riff-off to settle a dispute and figure out who is truly more Broadway. The post Battle of the Broadway Riffs appeared first on The Good Men Project.
News that Neil Patrick Harris would be taking on the role of Count Olaf in Netflix’s series treatment of “A Series of Unfortunate Events” was certainly met with some skepticism. Few actors who thrive in lovable ? or lovably despicable...Show More Summary
It was back in the summer of 2014 that Neil Patrick Harris did his first ads for Heineken Light, via Wieden + Kennedy New York. From the beginning, the campaign has had a meta humor, wryly commenting on beer advertising generally—including,...Show More Summary
Today on A.V. Club Live, TV Editor Erik Adams and Assistant Editor Caitlin PenzeyMoog talk about Netflix’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events. Without spoiling the final episode’s big twist, we discuss how the TV series differs from the books, the role of Lemony Snicket, and the importance of Count Olaf’s offhand remark about a certain sugar bowl. Show More Summary
The actor, who stars in the new Lemony Snicket series on Netflix, lived in Vancouver during filming and skied at Whistler.
Multi-talented actor Neil Patrick Harris stopped by AOL's brand new BUILD Studio to discuss his latest role in Netflix's "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events." Harris stars as the vile guardian Count Olaf in the six and a half hour (8 parts - 2 per each book) episodic adaptation of the beloved children's book series. Show More Summary
More than a decade ago, Daniel Handler, better known by his nom de plume Lemony Snicket, was hard at work turning his Series of Unfortunate Events books into a movie with the help of director Barry Sonnenfeld. Until suddenly, they weren't. The studio replaced Sonnenfeld with Brad Silberling, then hired ... More »
The actor dons villainous disguises in Netflix's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events.'
Neil Patrick Harris is spilling on what his kids thought of his role in A Series of Unfortunate Events! The 43-year-old actor explained that his six-year-old twins Harper and Gideon got to see the show before its premiere and approved! “They loved it. They thought it was silly,” Neil E! News. He added, “It’s dark. [...]
Neil Patrick Harris' kids, six-year-olds Harper and Gideon, got a sneak preview of A Series of Unfortunate Events, which stars NPH sporting various looks as the dastardly Count Olaf. And what...
Count Olaf is a terrible actor. Him and his gang of funky villains, his theater troupe, aren’t going to win awards anytime soon. Olaf’s acting is fairly rotten, but thanks to the talents of Neil Patrick Harris, he has a slightly more tolerable singing voice. Show More Summary