“Scandal is, one might argue, ludicrous and indefensible trash, but if so, it’s trash with a capital T, a bedazzled R, an anarchy-symbol A, a neon S, and an H that stands for “Holy s—, I can’t believe they did that!””—Mark Harris loves Scandal, and so should you.
“DANIELLE FISHEL: Ben and I call each other hubby and wife. I’ve known Ben since I was 12-years-old. Eighteen years of my life I’ve known Ben, and for all of those years he’s been lumped together with me as being my partner in crime, my husband. The same for Ben, he doesn’t go anywhere without people asking about Topanga and I don’t go anywhere without people asking about Cory. There is definitely a part of me that feels like Ben will always be my first husband. That’s just the relationship we have. You know we’re very close. We talk very openly. I think we share a lot of similar characteristics to a couple that’s been together for a long time. We know each other so incredibly well and we love each other and it’s just the best.”—An in-depth interview with Girl Meets World stars Cory and Topanga — sorry, Ben and Danielle.
Wouldn't a Carrie Diaries but for Homeland be awesome? Can you pitch that idea? Enough of young fashionistas. Let's make teenagedom more electric and dangerous.
As a matter of fact, we explored this in the magazine a few issues ago!
In our version of The Carrie Mathison Diaries, Carrie’s got a crush on an ROTC cadet in the school’s jazz band (played by Rupert Grint) and gets a foreign exchange student deported after he brings his own tzatziki to the cafeteria. Also, she’s kicked out of Model U.N. after making out with both Israel and Palestine.
“Now he’s a father. Cory Matthews doesn’t know how to be a father. He’s following in the footsteps of [Mr. Feeney], the most influential character in his life. Should he be? Will he succeed? Can he influence children like Feeney influenced children? What is Topanga’s observation of that? How does she help? And what is Topanga’s life? And what has she become? You’ll remember we left the series and they were in Philly and they were going on an adventure to go to New York. Did they succeed? Did it work? All of that will be answered in the pilot.”—Boy Meets World creator Michael Jacobs gives us a whole lot of delicious scoop about Girl Meets World.
“When I was young, I had a TV show idea called Let’s Get Outta Here! I thought it would be a great MTV show, which is just a bunch of attractive people running place to place. They all meet up in a park and look at each other and they’re like, ‘Let’s get outta here!’ And they just run to the next place. Maybe when they run from place to place, one of them gets in a fight, and two of them become a couple—it doesn’t matter. The point is: They have to get somewhere, and then they have to get the hell outta there.”—Amy Poehler: World’s most quotable woman?
“You know, I think there may actually be a few in season 2 where Hannah doesn’t get naked. She does other humiliating things, but the nudity is kind of isolated to a few particularly nude episodes.”—Lena Dunham opens up in this behind-the-scenes video from our most recent cover photoshoot; like us on Facebook to watch for yourself.
Well, not this fall, at least. “Lucasfilm has decided to postpone this fall’s scheduled release of Episodes II and III in 3D,” the studio tells EW. “Given the recent development that we are moving forward with a new Star Wars trilogy we will now focus 100 percent of our efforts on Star Wars: Episode VII in order to ensure the best possible experience for our fans. We will post further information about our 3D release plans at a later date.”