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Ummm… perhaps Jemima Kirke is taking a page out of the Miley Cyrus playbook? The Girls star arrived to the 2015 Cfda Fashion Awards revealing a few missed shaving sessions with her fiery Rosie Assoulin creation. And while she's yet to dye her underarm hair pink à la the "Wrecking Ball" singer, our immediate reaction was still the same: Cringe! Not to entirely overshadow her look, the 30-year-old starlet's flared two-piece design proved one of the better gowns to grace the Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center for the Cfda Awards. With a statement white hibiscus flower in her tousled tresses, the look head-to-toe seemed a sophisticated choice… until that unfortunate armpit »
HBO’s Girls, and Lena Dunham herself, have proven nothing more completely than that they cannot be ignored. You may talk about loving the show, and you may talk about hating the show, but you’re talking about the show.
All episodes of the series are now available in digital HD release format. The release offers the excellent video quality you’d expect by now, and a couple of short bonuses, including a two part set-visit featurette that mostly gives interview clips with the stars talking about the show and their characters.
Possibly the craziest spin in the show’s history, season four moves our characters both backward and forward in order to create even more pressing and evocative satirical condemnation, while bizarrely appreciating and respecting the generation it rolls its eyes and shakes its fists at.
In a move that is almost too self-aware, the theme becomes one of making better choices, »
- Marc Eastman
Amy Schumer is pulling out all the stops for Inside Amy Schumer's third season. Tuesday's premiere episode, titled "Last F--kable Day," featured guest appearances from Jemima Kirke, Method Man, Amber Rose and Amber Tamblyn in "Milk Milk Lemonade", plus Josh Charles in "Football Town Nights." The highlight, however, came when Patricia Arquette, Tina Fey and Julia Louis-Dreyfus helped Schumer raise awareness about sexism in the titular sketch. The scene opened with Schumer going for a hike and stumbling upon the trio dining in a meadow. "Hi, are you lost?" Fey asked Schumer, who called the three actresses her "heroes." Dreyfus then told the comic, "You look familiar. »
This may be one of the most difficult questions you'll encounter today, but do your best to answer, Ok? If you could only wear one makeup product for the rest of your life, what would it be? For many a celebrity, there's not a beauty-enhancing product more essential than mascara. It opens your eyes and brings depth to those irises—all with only a few swipes. Even though the lash amplifier is a bit of a no-brainer, many of us don't get the full effect from that wand. To optimize the mascara magic, we turned to celebrity makeup artist Ashley Rebecca, who counts Jared Leto and Jemima Kirke as clients, for a few tips. Coat with care: "You should always apply two to three coats of »
With little more to go on than a lot of buzz surrounding the music video, critical acclaim, and, I suppose, having seen where the third season goes, the show is set to return.
It’s big news for a show like this, and a serious vote of confidence. It also opens a lot of doors for the show’s direction, with a lot of room to play now.
Be sure to tune in tonight, and catch some previews with our look at Inside Amy Schumer Season Three here.
Catch all the info below.
Fresh off hosting the MTV Movie Awards, gracing the cover ofEntertainment Weekly, receiving a Peabody® Award for “Inside Amy Schumer,” and being named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, »
- Marc Eastman
Good news, "Inside Amy Schumer" fans: The show just got picked up for a fourth season, ahead of its season three premiere.
Schumer made the announcement herself during an appearance on "The Late Show with David Letterman" on Monday night, where she told the host she just got word about the pickup before heading out onstage. Letterman congratulated the comedienne, and the duo chatted about the highs and lows of working on series television, where Schumer quipped that the annual effort doesn't get any easier, but "I find I'm getting easier."
In a statement released Tuesday, Comedy Central praised the show and Schumer.
"I'm so happy to keep the 'Inside Amy Schumer' family together," Schumer added in her own statement. "Excited »
- Katie Roberts
After Stause tweeted about her gig on Thursday, TVLine confirmed that she will guest-star in the fifth episode of Season 3 as a woman April encounters when she gives “hot yoga” a try.
In addition to her runs on AMC and more recently Days of Our Lives, Stause’s »
So actually, that whole Lena Dunham–on–The Simpsons thing has expanded a bit: Now all of the Girls from Girls are heading to Springfield. Recall: Dunham was set to voice Homer's funny, pharmacist fling, Candace, in the season 27 premiere (September 27). EW adds that Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, and Allison Williams will, naturally, play Candace's friends. "We're having a Girls reunion, even though Girls is still on the air," Simpsons executive producer Al Jean told the mag. "They're asking her the question that anybody normally would: 'Why Homer?' — fulfilling the role that Patty and Selma have played on the show all these years." Classic, on all counts.And here's what that'll look like: »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Girls star Jemima Kirke opens up about a personal and controversial subject in a new PSA—she talks about an abortion she had when she was a college student. In the video, posted this week by the Center for Reproductive Rights for their "Draw the Line" campaign, the 29-year-old London-born actress, artist and mother talks about the difficulties and "stigma" attached to ending a pregnancy and shares her hopes for her and husband Michael Mosberg's young daughters. "In 2007, I became pregnant with my boyfriend at the time," Kirke, who also has a 2-year-old son, says in the PSA. "I wasn't sure that I wanted to be attached to this person for the rest of my life. My »
“Girls” star Jemima Kirke opened up about her own abortion in an effort to help shape a future for other women, including her two young daughters, to have the right to choose without “political issues surrounding their bodies.” “My life was not conducive to raising a healthy, happy child,” she said about her 2007 abortion in a public service announcement for the Center for Reproductive Rights. “I just didn’t feel it was fair.” Kirke, now 29 and a series regular on Lena Dunham‘s HBO series, doesn’t want her children to have to “fight for their rights over their bodies. »
- Greg Gilman
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This Girl is speaking out. HBO star Jemima Kirke opened up in a new PSA about her choice to have an abortion in college. In a video for the Center for Reproductive Rights' Draw the Line Campaign, Kirke recalled some of the roadblocks she encountered in terminating her pregnancy. Kirke, 29, who described herself as "an artist, and an actor, and a mother of two," shared how she became pregnant back in 2007 with her boyfriend at the time. "I wasn't sure that I wanted to be [...] »
Read More: Watch: Amy Schumer and Vanessa Bayer Freak Out in Hilarious New 'Trainwreck' Clip "Milk, milk, lemonade, 'round the corner fudge is made." Apologies in advance for getting those filthy lyrics stuck in your head, but the music video spoof above touting the third season of Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer" is too great to miss. In the age of big booty-obsessed music videos and song lyrics, leave it to Schumer to hilariously point out the obvious: glorifying the butt means glorifying the "fudge machine." With some star-studded help from Jemima Kirke, Amber Tamblyn, Amber Rose and Method Man, Schumer raises her glass to such videos as Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" and toasts the dirty subtext of the big booty. We'll let Schumer put it best: "I'm gonna make you scream and shout from the part of my body where poop comes out." Pretty sexy, right? »
- Zack Sharf
If 2014 was the Year of the Booty, 2015 is definitely the Year of Ass-Eating. (Just ask Nicki "eat my ass like a cupcake" Minaj, Jhené "eat the booty like groceries" Aiko, and Girls' Marnie.) And in a new teaser for her show's third season, Amy Schumer blesses us with an anthem for our "fudge machines" — with some help from Amber Rose, Method Man, Amber Tamblyn (two Ambers!), and Jemima Kirke. So the next time you're mid-rim-job, you won't be able to forget that "this is where your poo comes out." Thanks, Amy! »
- Dee Lockett
[Warning: The following story contains spoilers about Girls' fourth-season finale.] Girls ended its fourth season Sunday night with Hannah (Lena Dunham), Marnie (Allison Williams), Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) and Jessa (Jemima Kirke) moving in new directions and not letting the men in their lives hold them back. Hannah rejected Adam's (Adam Driver) offer to get back together, crying as she told him, "I can't do that." Instead she was seen, six months later, in a seemingly blissful relationship with Fran (Jake Lacy), someone that Girls co-showrunner Jenni Konner tells The Hollywood Reporter fans will see more of
- Hilary Lewis
Girls, Season 4, Episode 10, “Home Birth”
Directed by Lena Dunham
Aired Sundays at 9pm (Et) on HBO
With “Home Birth”, Lena Dunham and the rest of the Girls team end what has been a strong, but somewhat disjointed season in peak form, delivering a fantastic season ender that could have easily, and satisfyingly, served as a series finale. The episode is creative, moving and laugh out loud rewind-the-dvr-repeatedly-and-belly-laugh-each-time funny (more on Ray later). Even better, it services all of its main characters, putting them in moments of crisis and forcing them to make what could easily become life-altering decisions, all while feeling natural to the characters’ journeys.
Jessa’s realization, while moving, is the most likely to dissipate in season five; she doesn’t have a great track record with follow through. Maybe I’m just a sucker though, because it seems like »
- Kate Kulzick
[Warning: The following story contains spoilers about Girls' fourth-season finale.] Girls wrapped up its fourth season Sunday night with Hannah (Lena Dunham), Marnie (Allison Williams), Jessa (Jemima Kirke) and Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) all embarking on new, independent paths. Hannah found herself drawn into the home birth of Adam's (Adam Driver) sister Caroline's (Gaby Hoffman) baby with Hannah's downstairs neighbor Laird. She hears moaning coming out of Laird's apartment and goes in to see Caroline in labor in the bathtub. Adam and Jessa later show up and try to convince Laird to take her to the hospital. Jessa ultimately
- Hilary Lewis
"The Drac pack is back" in the new teaser trailer for Hotel Transylvania 2, in which Frank (Frankenstein's monster, voiced by Kevin James) faces his old nemesis: fire. We also have a look at a new trailer for The CW's iZombie and two clips from the pilot, one of which includes George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead playing on a TV in the background. A teaser for Ava's Possessions, a horror film making its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival tomorrow night, is also featured in our latest trailer round-up.
Hotel Transylvania 2: "The Drac pack is back for an all-new monster comedy adventure in Sony Pictures Animation's Hotel Transylvania 2! Everything seems to be changing for the better at Hotel Transylvania... Dracula’s rigid monster-only hotel policy has finally relaxed, opening up its doors to human guests. But behind closed coffins, Drac is worried that his adorable half-human, »
- Derek Anderson
Read More: 10 Cool and Crazy Must-See Films at SXSW 2015 Writer-director Jordan Galland, who had success with his last film "Alter Egos," is back with an offbeat horror film about a young woman recovering from demonic possession. The synopsis reads: "With no memory of the past month, Ava (Louisa Krause, “Martha Macry May Marlene”) is forced to attend a Spirit Possessions Anonymous support group. As she navigates this new world, she must reconnect with her friends, get her job back, and figure out whose blood created a huge stain in her apartment. Ava's life was hijacked by a demon, now it's time to get it back." The film will premiere at SXSW Friday, March 13 in the Visions section and also features Jemima Kirke ("Girls"), Carol Kane and Deborah Rush. Here's an exclusive image:read More: Temptation Overpowers in Exclusive Debut Poster for 'The Automatic Hate' »
- Casey Cipriani
Each and every year, the South by Southwest Film Festival comes together in Austin, Texas to shine the spotlight on some of the most provocative and ingenious indie horror films from across the globe. The 2015 SXSW line-up is no exception, featuring a multitude of thought-provoking titles and genre-bending awesomeness that we could not be more excited to check out during the festival this month.
Here’s a look at several of the films from SXSW 2015 that have us excited for this year’s line-up and should stay on your radar once they’re officially released at a later date:
Max and her friends are mysteriously transported into a famous 1980s horror movie that starred Max's mother, a celebrated scream queen. Reunited, they team up to fight the film's maniacal killer and find their way back home. Cast: Taissa Farmiga, »
- Heather Wixson
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