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‘Girls’: The Final Lines Spoken By its Most Iconic Characters

18 April 2017 1:04 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for the entire run of “Girls,” through the series finale.]

Lena Dunham had a fun suggestion for fans of her iconic HBO comedy “Girls,” which just wrapped its final season on Sunday.

Max Brockman is one of our writers, and he’s amazing at everything, but he’s sort of like the ‘Girls’ historian. He’s the one that went in and basically looked at each character and told us what the final thing they said in the series was and it was all very poetic,” she said to IndieWire during a recent discussion of the final season. “I encourage you to go home and play the game. You go through most of our main characters, and it’s pretty amazing what the final thing that comes out of their mouth is.”

Read More: ‘Girls’: Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner Explain the Series Finale and Why They Gave Hannah’s Baby That Name

This game sounded fun, so we »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Girls’: The Final Lines Spoken By its Most Iconic Characters

18 April 2017 1:04 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for the entire run of “Girls,” through the series finale.]

Lena Dunham had a fun suggestion for fans of her iconic HBO comedy “Girls,” which just wrapped its final season on Sunday.

Max Brockman is one of our writers, and he’s amazing at everything, but he’s sort of like the ‘Girls’ historian. He’s the one that went in and basically looked at each character and told us what the final thing they said in the series was and it was all very poetic,” she said to IndieWire during a recent discussion of the final season. “I encourage you to go home and play the game. You go through most of our main characters, and it’s pretty amazing what the final thing that comes out of their mouth is.”

Read More: ‘Girls’: Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner Explain the Series Finale and Why They Gave Hannah’s Baby That Name

This game sounded fun, so we »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Sony Pictures CEO Search Sows Uncertainty Across the Lot

31 January 2017 10:30 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Just when it seemed like things were finally settling down for Sony Pictures Entertainment, a new wave of uncertainty washed over the Culver City lot this month with the news that CEO Michael Lynton would step down later in the year.

Lynton’s departure was not a shock to studio insiders, but there was surprise initially over the timing of the Jan. 13 announcement. Sony Corp. has said it will search for a successor while Lynton remains at the helm as co-ceo. Kaz Hirai, the Tokyo-based CEO of the electronics conglom, is heading to Culver City next week to take the reins with Lynton. He’s setting up a temporary office at the studio to oversee a thorough vetting of candidates and what is expected to be an equally thorough review of the studio’s operations.

The urgency in that process was magnified by Monday’s disclosure that Sony will take a whopping $962 million write-down of goodwill on »

- Cynthia Littleton and James Rainey

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Michael Lynton Exits Sony Pictures Entertainment to Become Chair of Snapchat

13 January 2017 2:53 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Updated: Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman and CEO Michael Lynton announced Friday that he is stepping down from the entertainment conglomerate to focus his attention on his chairmanship of Snap, Inc., the social media owner of Snapchat in which he has a major investment.

Lynton is leaving his post atop the conglomerate’s motion picture, television and music units but will remain on as co-ceo for six months to help lead a search for his replacement. The announcement of the departure said Sony Corporation CEO Kazuo Hirai will focus with Lynton on the search for a new leader, with the Japanese businessman taking on a much higher profile in the operation. He will serve alongside Lynton as co-ceo of Sony Pictures Entertainment and open a second office for himself on the Culver City lot.

Among those rumored to be in line for Lynton’s post: DreamWorks Animation founder and former CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, Tribune »

- James Rainey

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