Okay, first: How desperate is NBC to have a variety series? Maya Rudolph tried one; it flopped. Neil Patrick Harris did it, and it was painful. And now Maya and Martin Short have one in the hopper. I like both of them, so I hope it pans out, but… … my optimism is about as robust Read More...
On Sunday, June 12, the 70th annual Tony Awards will air live on CBS. Numerous actors have taken the stage to host the dazzling theatrical event, most notably Neil Patrick Harris, Hugh Jackman, Angela Lansbury, and Whoopi Goldberg. This...Show More Summary
The first time Derek DelGaudio performed at the Geffen Playhouse - in the 2012 show "Nothing to Hide," which he created with co-star Helder Guimarães and director Neil Patrick Harris - DelGaudio ended up staying longer than expected: The magic act, originally slotted for a one-month run, packed...
Former How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris is apparently a big fan of Siri. The actor appeared in his second iPhone 6s commercial that focuses on the virtual voice assistant, this time taking the leading role. DON’T MISS:Show More Summary
Actor Neil Patrick Harris is the star of Apple's latest TV ad, which shows the actor using the hands-free features of Siri on the iPhone 6s to help him with his "Thank you" speech Naturally, NPH is looking sharp as ever in the 30-second ad. Show More Summary
Actor Neil Patrick Harris has once again joined Apple to promote the iPhone 6s, this time in a new TV ad where the Oscar and Tony host dictates notes to his iPhone using its "Hey Siri" handsfree capabilities.
Apple has shared a new television commercial called "Thank You Speech" starring actor Neil Patrick Harris. The new 30-second spot promotes hands-free Siri on iPhone 6s in a humorous tone. Harris asks Siri to read him his "thank you speech" while he stands in front of a mirror practicing with a hairbrush. Show More Summary
Apple has once again recruited actor Neil Patrick Harris alongside Siri to star in its latest iPhone 6s ad. The new commercial features NPH using the ‘Hey Siri’ voice command to read a legendary thank you speech from the Notes app … all completely hands-free. more… Filed under: iOS Devices Tagged: iPhone 6s, Neil Patrick Harris, Siri
Kelly Ripa will be getting a new co-host soon, and rumors are already flying as to who will fill Michael Strahan’s shoes once he leaves on Friday the 13th. Ripa will, of course, have a few guest hosts come and hang out until the spot is permanently filled– starting with Jimmy Kimmel on Monday May... Show More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris sports a fake receding hairline while in costume on set of the Netflix remake of A Series of Unfortunate Events on Wednesday (May 4) in Vancouver, Canada. The 42-year-old actor stayed in full makeup and dress while he grabbed a bite to eat from the Craft Service table. PHOTOS: Check out the [...]
Other suggestions for a new co-host include Andy Cohen, Josh Groban, Seth Meyers, and Neil Patrick Harris.
A new PSA from GLAAD and the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation asks a simple but important question about HIV and AIDS: Why aren’t we talking about it? The PSA is the second video as part of a campaign highlighting the unfinished work...Show More Summary
GLAAD and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation have created a powerful PSA on HIV featuring Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Lane, Tituss Burgess, and Daniel Franzese.
Legendary! Anyone who squinted at the casting of Neil Patrick Harris as dastardly Count Olaf for Netflix's adaptation of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" should be pleasantly surprised by the photo that recently leaked from set. NPHShow More Summary
GLAAD and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation have teamed up on an all-star public-service announcement encouraging gay men to help eradicate HIV.
LEMONY SNICKET'S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS is a series fans have been eagerly awaiting for some time. Ever since Neil Patrick Harris was cast in the role of Count Olaf, folks have been anxious to see what the actor would look like in full regalia. Show More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris was spotted on the Vancouver set of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, sporting his new Count Olaf look.
Principal photography is underway on Netflix’s adaptation of “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.” Based on the bestselling children’s series by Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemony Snicket), this is the second attempt to adapt the author’s 13-part series. Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: Coinciding with its quarterly results, Apple releases an iPhone 6S spot, featuring Neil Patrick Harris, all about our favorite weep-inducing vegetable.
When you binged Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events in 1999, did you picture the iconic villain to have the face of Neil Patrick Harris? No, you pictured this guy: En el set: Neil Patrick Harris ya preparado para interpretar al Count Olaf para la serie de #LemonySnicket. Show More Summary