Fans of Entourage have been waiting a long time to see if the TV show was ever going to be made into a movie, and now, they finally have an answer. The show’s creator Doug Ellin tweeted on October 28, along with a picture of the cast, “It’s a go. love you all.”
Although Warner Bros. gave the film the green light back in January, there were rumors that some of the actors were holding out for more money. All five leading guys from the show including Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven have all signed on to star in the film.
True Blood fans will shed tears next summer. HBO has announced that the series will end after it's 7th season which will air summer of 2014. The show has been a hit since it's inception in 2008 and has cultivated a huge fan following as one of the most popular shows HBO has created.
Long before he was the unorthodox Yeezus we all know him as today, Kanye West was just that college dropout with the immaculate rap flow. But, did you know that Mr. West has a shelved HBO pilot from 2007?
Last week, comedian Wyatt Cenac presented an unexpected screening of Yeezy’s unreleased comedy series, (yes comedy series) during his weekly Night Train showcase in Brooklyn. Once upon a time, the Chi-Town MC took the art of comedy as seriously as he takes the egotistical work of art he calls, himself.
Not only has HBO's hit comedy series, "Girls" recieved Golden Globe noms but has proved to be the breakthrough comedy of the year. Just in time for its anticipated premiere of the second season on January 13th, the release of "GIRLS – VOLUME 1: MUSIC FROM THE HBO ORIGINAL SERIES,” is out in stores today and via digital storefront!
Released on Fueled By Ramen, the soundtrack features new and exclusive tracks from an array of artists including the Grammy nominated boys from fun., Grouplove, Icona Pop, and on the digital only Deluxe Edition you get an exclusive track from Tegan & Sara. The brand new Santigold track “Girls,” is the soundtrack’s lead single.
The recent cancellation of HBO's new series Luck, spawned by three consecutive horse deaths during filming, has refueled fires amongst activists working with NY CLASS, an organization which seeks to stop the use of horse-drawn carriages for the unsafe conditions associated with the city's famed hansom cabs. This march, after HBO's decision to cancel Luck, activists working for the organization, aware of the grim realities for animal safety in the horse-drawn carriage industry, voiced this powerful statement in reaction to the premium network's decision to cease production after animals endured harm and were even killed during the filming:
Spotted! Alexander Skarsgård of HBO's True Blood was seen parading around New York yesterday (08/07/11) along with his iPod for company, like most city slickers on the go. He sure does make that T-shirt he's donning look damn lucky...
The 34-year-old actor just recently split with girlfriend Kate Bosworth, but he didn't look too bummed during his appearance on Regis & Kelly last Wednesay where the topic of his, err, clothing-free job in the hit television show came up.
When asked if the frequent nudity in True Blood ever made him nervous, Alexander charmingly responds, "I'm from Sweden...We don't wear clothes in Sweden. Can't you tell how uncomfortable I am?"
We've been vampire obsessed since the early days of True Blood, and thankfully, the trend isn't dead yet. With the season premier just around the corner, sink your teeth into Tarte's newest collaboration with the series' award-winning lead makeup artist, Brigette Myre-Elli.
Already a cult favorite, the Natural Cheek Stain by Tarte, $32, is revamped (no pun intended) in the Tarte for True Blood Limited-Edition set. The sparkling red cheek stain blends on smoothly and lasts well into the night, illuminating while giving the cheeks a natural flush of color with mineral pigments and fruit extracts.
HBO Films announced on Wednesday that Julianne Moore will play the role of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in the adaptation of the 2008 elections adapted from the behind-the-scenes book Game Change, written by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann.
The movie will be directed by Jay Roach and the screenplay has been written by Danny Strong, both members of the team behind HBO's flick "Recount."
For the moment, The Kids Are All Right actress is the first and only member of the cast.