“I always imagined I would stay the exact same and I would be just as happy. And I’m not. It’s not that I’m ungrateful at all. Or unhappy. It’s just that people are different and it creeps me out, so I only want to be around the people who still treat me the same. I don’t go home and brush my teeth and think, ‘I’m brushing my teeth like a famous person!’”—The ever-wonderful Jennifer Lawrence, one of our Entertainers of the Year, on the perils of mega-fame.
“At this point, I have no official involvement in Girl Meets World. There might be a chance to see some of the BMW cast in a guest spot, and I think it would be nice to find out where our characters have been all these years. But Girl Meets World will be, and I think it should be, it’s own show. It will be about Cory and Topanga, their daughter, and a new set of characters.”—Rider Strong reveals that he won’t be a regular on Girl Meets World after all. You’ve broken our hearts, Shawnie. Is this what you wanted?!
I have a quick question... I want to follow the writers for Saturday Night Live on Twitter, but I don't know all of their names and if they even have Twitters. Do you guys know which of them have Twitters and what their usernames are? Thanks!
The 19th-century Victorian Mansion, which drew over $3.6 million — how much is that in galleons? — was Rowling’s home from 1999 to 2009. Meaning someone else gets to live in the rooms where Rowling wrote much of the Harry Potter series. There is no justice.
Sorry, Cumberbitches — the start of production on the third cycle of this detective drama has been moved from January to March. Sources say the shift was necessary to accommodate the busy schedules of the show’s breakout stars, Benedict Cumberbatch (who’s filming Star Trek 2) and Martin Freeman (starring in The Hobbit).
“My first experience [with Les Miserables] was seeing my mom in the show. I was 7 and she was cast in the first national tour as the factory girl who gets Fantine fired. And she [understudied] for Fantine. So my first time seeing the show was when she was the factory girl, and my second time seeing the show was when she played Fantine. I’ve been hired into the family business – of simulating prostitution and death.”—After seeing an exclusive rough-cut preview of Les Miserables — jealous! — EW’s own Anthony Breznican had the opportunity to chat with stars Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway. Here are those interviews — the first major ones either actor has done about Les Mis.
“It’s not about romance or anything. I wanted it to be kind of groundbreaking in that way because I feel like so much stuff for women always has to have, “Okay, we have to have some nod to the ladies.” Nah, nobody is desperately trying to find a boyfriend, or is upset about this or that. It’s cool to play two women characters who are just great at what they do; them being women doesn’t affect anything really other than that these are two funny women.”—Director Paul Feig on his new Melissa McCarthy/Sandra Bullock buddy cop comedy. (Yes, please.) Here’s the trailer.