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- Sandra Bullock, reflecting on the past, to Entertainment Weekly
'The Colbert Report' Featured in Entertainment Weekly's 'Best of 2013'
In the first of this years ‘Best of’ lists, ‘The Colbert Report’ has been...
"I am exactly where I want to be now. You can’t go backward. I’m not going backward. I’m grateful that I’m here, blessed to have what I have....
This one is for Entertainment Weekly’s best of 2013 issue. It’s for a book called Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink, about what happened in a...
The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, directed by Peter Jackson. 2003.
Designed letterhead for Kenny Powers farewell letter that ran in Entertainment Weekly a few weeks ago.
I don’t want to hyperbolize, but this is the greatest thing I have ever seen in my entire life.
Created by Kelsey.
bechdel test on hollywoods top movies.
its jist sad how prominent of an issue this still is
Presenting our 16 Entertainers of the Year, including a heavyweight in Gravity, a hard twerker, a TV game-changer, one very Grumpy Cat… and, of course, Olitz.
Klearly, the Kardashian klan’s Kristmas kard is a kritical komponent of the kanon.
KOME AT US, BRO.
All this Paul Walker stuff is just too sad — especially the public mourning of Tyrese Gibson, who visited his pal’s crash site and posted their last conversation on Instagram.
Listen up, dearies: Rumpelstiltskin has a message for Regina in this exclusive clip from Sunday’s Once.
Now that’s how you write a hashtag. (Note: The boys’ interview did not, in fact, reveal who truly has the number one dong.)
Now that we all know how great Catching Fire is, it’s time to start thinking about what’s next for the Hunger Games movies.
Specifically: How in the world do you make a PG-13 film (let alone films) out of Mockingjay?
And the winner is…
And EW’s Entertainer of the Year is…Sandra Bullock!
Waaaiiiit a minute — Family Guy killed off who?!
Google talks to us about their latest awesome Doodle: a fully-interactive, multi-level Doctor Who-themed game which allows players to choose any of the 11 Doctors as their avatar. It’s already live in the U.K. — and goes live in the U.S. at midnight ET.