Lena Dunham made her long-awaited debut on "American Horror Story: Cult" this week as Valerie Solanas, the woman who, in real life, shot legendary artist Andy Warhol.
The scandal has rocked Hollywood and some of its biggest stars whose careers have been heavily intertwined with Weinstein. Take a look at which celebs have spoken out against the disgraced mogul.
The old Taylor Swift may be dead, but it seems her squad is very much still alive. On Sunday, the 27-year-old singer dropped the music video for her new single, “Look What You Made Me Do.” And though the self-referential, Joseph Kahn-directed clip shows Swift dominating over and then destroying her followers at “Squad U” — a fictional factory where lines of identical women follow her rules — one clue in the video appears to give a clue that the pop star’s crew is still at it. In the music video, Swift shows up as various versions of herself through the years — and in the last 30 seconds, the multiple Taylors say things to each other haters have accused her of throughout her career.
Lena Dunham's musician boyfriend, Jack Antonoff, defends her decision to re-home Lamby. "Nobody on earth cares for or loved Lamby more than Lena," he tweeted.
Lena Dunham recently re-homed her shelter dog Lamby, which she said exhibited “challenging behavior and aggression” due to suffering from "terrible abuse as a pup.”
Lena Dunham reveals that she gave away her beloved dog Lamby, which had a history of trauma.
Lena Dunham recently cut her chin-length hair into a spiky short new 'do and documented the whole experience on Instagram, of course.
TV has been taken over by #FreeTheP, which means male full frontal nudity is at an all-time high. So we gathered the best male nude scenes on TV recently.
'Girls' music supervisor Manish Raval on securing the first use of Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car," a new Robyn song, and a thank you from Paul McCartney.
Lena Dunham reveals the real reasons she has slimmed down, including illness, harassment from misogynistic trolls, and her fear for the world in light of the political climate.
Lena Dunham ended up in the hospital after the Met Gala due to complications with her endometriosis.
Celebrities babysit for kids who are or later become celebrities themselves — it’s part of the circle of life. Kathy Griffin joined it recently.
The series finale has become a site for elaborate overreaching (“Mad Men”’s Coke ad bliss out), absurdism (“The Sopranos”’s fade to black), and dreaminess (take your pick: the Seinfeld cast in jail, the group-hug on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” or the entire run of “Newhart” being a dream). Hannah (show creator Lena Dunham) had had her baby — a bouncing, 13-pound boy named Grover — and, for once true to her word, has moved out of New York City. A call for reinforcements was placed, and Hannah’s mom, Becky Ann Baker’s Loreen, arrived to provide an extra pair of arms and a lifetime of wisdom.
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that the United States had blasted a Syrian air base with cruise missiles. Celebrities then took to Twitter to voice their displeasure with the air strikes, check out their reactions.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" cooked up a pretty funny parody of "Girls" and "The Golden Girls" Wednesday. He called the sketch a reunion special for "Girls," which ends a six-season run April 16.
Having caught flak earlier for being overweight, Lena Dunham recently caught it for losing weight. She wasn’t trying to appease anyone with the move.
Last week’s revelation on Girls that Lena Dunham’s Hannah Horvath is pregnant felt like an almost-typical final-season surprise: Of course Dunham could bless her character with child now — whether she sees the pregnancy through or terminates it, there are now only five episodes left of the 10-episode final season, so following through on the repercussions of either decision will be brief, right? Early in the episode, we see Hannah making a list of “Reasons It’s Insane To Have a Baby.” On the list: “I am only 27” and “I act even younger than that.” Those were the two that jumped out at me (trust me, Hannah, being “not good at sports” does not prevent you from parenting enthusiastically), and Hannah is nothing if not self-aware.
Heading into the final season of any show is guaranteed to put those involved in a reflective mood. And that’s how Yahoo TV found the cast and executive producers of HBO’s Girls during a recent New York City press day. Debuting in 2012, the series — which launches its final season on Feb. 12 at 10 p.m. with an expanded season premiere — instantly grabbed attention (and headlines) for its no-filter portrait of life as a 20-something female Brooklynite and all the assorted struggles (and privileges) that entails. ...
For the past five years, Apatow has been an executive producer of Lena Dunham’s acclaimed HBO series Girls, which is about to launch its sixth and final season on Feb. 12. The following week, he’ll unveil his next HBO series, Crashing, a peek at the contemporary New York standup comedy scene with comic Pete Holmes as our guide.
The cast of Girls took momentous steps onto the Inside the Actors Studio stage on Thursday and talked about their dirty sex scenes. Allison Williams revealed that she told the show’s creator, Lena Dunham, that she never wanted to be shown naked on-camera. Dunham described the roots of her penchant for baring her body for the camera.
If, in the years since Lena Dunham ascended to pop-culture prominence with the debut of HBO’s “Girls” in 2012, you have felt some irritation with her for the apparent self-absorption, even self-obsession, she projects in essays and in squibs on social-media platforms, let me say: My friend, I feel ya. This is also true of what is now an array of men who’ve been treated to what we might call The Hannah Horvath Experience. The new season starts with Hannah having an essay published — in the New York Times’s “Modern Love” column — that grew out of last season’s triumphant monologue and was delivered at the storytelling showcase Moth (Dunham always gets the little Manhattan striver details right).