Few things scream "INDIE FILM!" quite like Lena Dunham. In fact, the only thing that screams "INDIE FILM!" louder is a film co-written by Dunham, directed by Ry Russo-Young and starring John Krasinski and Oliva Thirlby. With those elements in place, it's no surprise that 'Nobody Walks' took home a Special Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Now, the critical smash has a trailer.
If you're anything like us, you're really upset that 'Girls' is over and isn't coming back until next year. But you can relive the magic every day (at least until it hits DVD) with this handy playlist we've created featuring (almost) the entire soundtrack from season one.
The title of this week's episode of 'Girls' -- and also the finale, sadly -- is a clever response to the viewer reaction that will occur about five minutes into the episode. "No she didn't!" That she is Jessa, and yeah, she did.
The internet has been having it out for weeks over sexism in relation to Lena Dunham's series 'Girls.' It's been thought that it's a show primarily watched by women, a show that most men dislike, and we've been lobbing accusations back and forth about who likes/dislikes it and why... But friends, we can stop our fighting now.
Turns out more men than women are watching 'Girls,' and a bunch of 'em are old dudes. (That sound you just heard was an old-timey record scratch.)
Bret Easton Ellis is the kind of off-his-rocker writer we admire around here. The writer of 'American Psycho' and the upcoming film 'The Canyons' has some ideas about a 'Fifty Shades of Grey' adaptation.
'Girls' escalates into "very special episode" territory this week as Hannah and Marnie have the fight that's been building for some time now, and Jessa gets a special visit from someone who just might be the savior she didn't know she needed.
Do you, like many of us, bemoan the lack of Shoshanna in any given episode of HBO's 'Girls'? Would you like to stick Marnie down the garbage disposal every time she acts ridiculously selfish? Now you can make up your own stories with these 'Girls' paper dolls.
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