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During Goldie Hawn's appearance on Inside the Actor's Studio in 2008, host James Lipton remarked that the world adores Goldie, in part "for her laugh." If you've ever heard the Snatched actress and longtime Hollywood icon unleash one of her trademark giggles, then you know exactly what he means. With a killer sense of humor to boot, we really can't get enough Goldie, and clearly neither can anyone else. Related:Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn's Modern Family Is Absolutely Golden »
- Quinn Keaney
This review is based off a volume that collects Deathstroke: Rebirth #1 and Deathstroke #1-5.
It’s without question that Deathstroke has seen his fair share of relaunches in recent history. In the New 52 alone, he had two distinct runs to call his own, the second of which was especially memorable because we had Tony Daniel writing and drawing the world’s greatest assassin. But, after his exit, the title became a bit parabolic and suffered from the utilization of some rather silly villains.
Luckily, author Christopher Priest was able to get Slade Wilson back on track in the Rebirth era. And it’s not just the fact that he knows how to write for this character – believe me, he most certainly does – it’s that he knows how to tell the right story with Slade; supporting characters, tone, setting, you name it.
Much like Daniel and several others before him, »
- Eric Joseph
“Well, there's nobody who didn't have a horrible high school experience except for, like, one guy I met once,” Joss Whedon said while sitting down with Et on the set of Buffy the Vampire Slayer in 1997.
At the time, the show was in production on its second season, with everyone -- including stars Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy), David Boreanaz (Angel) and Alyson Hannigan (Willow) -- returning to work on a bona fide hit for The WB. Whedon summed up his own high school experience as “constant humiliation and rejection,” an apt time period for a TV horror series. (Note: This was probably before they ever met, but I still like to believe the “one guy” he was referring to is Nathan Fillion.)
“I thought it would make a good show,” Whedon said. “I thought, I'll make a show about high school that's a horror movie just as my high school was, and that's »
Lena Dunham and co-stars Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet and Allison Williams reminisce all things Girls on Inside the Actors Studio with James Lipton tonight — before the final season starts on Sunday. The cast of the HBO show join Lipton as they talk about their favorite moments, and what it was like making the series. They ladies also reveal lots of details about their own personal lives — including some facts they didn’t know about each other. At one point Zosia Mamet leaves the other ladies stuns when she reveals that her grandfather on her mother’s side was the playwright Russel Crouse,...read more »
- Julian Cheatle
The cast of Girls have been doing their farewells this week. Allison Williams was the most recent member to “move on” from the show by coloring her hair blond. But I just found out that the cast is going to be on Inside the Actors Studio tonight on Bravo. Host James Lipton chats with the cast which will include creator-star Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet and Allison Williams. Apparently on the episode Williams showcases her singing chops; and Mamet reveals an ancestral anecdote. It doesn’t seem that any male cast members will make an appearance so we’ll have
The Girls Cast is Visiting Inside the Actor’s Studio: SNL Skit Has to Follow »
- Nat Berman
Bravo’s “Inside the Actor’s Studio” will gather the cast of HBO’s “Girls” on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. Host James Lipton will sit down with creator, co-executive producer and star Lena Dunham, as well as stars Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet and Allison Williams to discuss their experiences just a few days ahead of the start of the comedy’s sixth and final season, premiering on HBO Sunday, Feb. 12 at 10 p.m.
In the episode, the cast to touches on topics ranging from their own individual backgrounds to the intimate journey the cast members have experienced as a group both on and off screen. The episode will also feature a special message delivered by producer Judd Apatow, surprising Dunham, as well as Williams gracing the audience with her singing abilities. Kirke will reveal her difficult decision to become a full-time actress, and Mamet shares an ancestral story that not even her co-stars were aware of »
- Sarah Ahern
Cuba Gooding Jr. will show James Lipton the money. And by that, obviously, we mean spill the tea on his career when he stops by Inside the Actors Studio on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 8 p.m. on Bravo. The Oscar winner will dish all things The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, Jerry Maguire and more, including getting his start as a young break-dancer in Los Angeles and how he convinced Ryan Murphy he was the only one right for the part of O.J. Simpson. Plus, look for Gooding Jr. to dish on what it's like working with other A-list talent such as Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, Robin Williams, Robert DeNiro and Sarah Paulson. In the clip above, Gooding Jr. tells Lipton about a particular crazy time shooting Jerry »
Viola Davis has always been candid when it comes to her upbringing, but the Oscar nominee and Emmy winner opened up even more to host James Lipton when she stopped by Inside the Actors Studio. Davis, whose performance in Fences is generating a ton of buzz, revealed she and sister Dolores used to play a game of "tea party" when things were rough around the house. "I grew up with extreme violence in the family, my father was an alcoholic," Davis said in the episode airing Thursday, Jan. 5 on Bravo. But this wasn't just a normal tea party Dolores and Viola would play, no, the two took on personalities of rich women, Jagee amd Jaja (taking a step at spelling here) from Beverly Hills. "We were very »
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