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Judd Apatow to Bill Cosby: 'Go in your mansion and disappear'

Judd Apatow’s mostly been keeping his criticisms of Bill Cosby—whom dozens of women have recently accused of sexual assault—to a 140-character minimum, but the director got a chance to elaborate on his Cosby-related feelings when he appeared on Marc Maron’s WTF Podcast.

“I absolutely would like to see him in jail,” Apatow told Maron. “That’s where people who commit sexual assaults go.” READ FULL STORY

Golden Globes 2015: See our behind-the-scenes photos

From the stars of Entourage filming their movie on the red carpet to all of the celebrities accepting their awards, EW was there to capture all the behind-the-scenes magic of the 2015 Golden Globes.

Take a look at stars like Jessica Chastain, Bill Murray, and many more as they arrived on the scene, and find out all of the night’s winners. For more, follow all of EW‘s 2015 Golden Globes coverage.


Golden Globes: See Benedict Cumberbatch photobomb Meryl Streep and Margaret Cho


Regardless of whether Benedict Cumberbatch wins a Golden Globe for his role in The Imitation Game, he’s definitely not letting the audience, and attendees at the show, forget he was there.


Golden Globes: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey's best jokes: Video

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey have proved they’re not afraid to poke fun at peers in their previous two Golden Globes monologues, where they’ve made jokes about George Clooney’s tendency to date young and Leonardo DiCaprio’s tendency to date supermodels—and they brought their playful sense of humor back this year for their third (and final) time hosting the awards show.

Here are the duo’s best jokes (including a dig at Bill Cosby) from the evening: READ FULL STORY

J.K. Rowling fires back at Rupert Murdoch's anti-Muslim tweets

Last week, three men murdered a dozen people working in France’s Charlie Hebdo offices because of that publication’s irreverent cartoons about Islam. An Al-Qaeda affiliate claimed responsibility, and News Corp’s Rupert Murdoch used this, as well as the other related attacks that took place in France this week, as an opportunity to voice his feelings on Muslims.

The media mogul tweeted that those who practice Islam “must be held responsible” until “they recognize and destroy their growing jihadist cancer.” Many have responded to Murdoch’s words with criticism, saying it’s unfair to blame an entire population for a few people’s actions.

Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is one of those critics: On Sunday, the writer tweeted, “I was born Christian. If that makes Rupert Murdoch my responsibility, I’ll auto-excommunicate.” READ FULL STORY

'Shadow of Mordor,' 'Destiny,' 'Alien: Isolation' lead Game Developers Choice Award nominations


Celebrating the year’s most innovative and technically dazzling work, the Game Developers Conference has revealed its nominations for the 2015 GDC Awards.


'Serial' producers respond to prosecutor, defend 'comprehensive' reporting

In light of The Intercept‘s interview with Kevin Urick, the prosecutor in the case against Adnan Syed, the team behind Serial rebuked some of Urick’s claim that they did not make enough of an effort to reach him.


Louis C.K. wears 'Charlie Hebdo' shirt at New York show

Louis C.K. made a few changes to his usual wardrobe at his Wednesday evening stand-up show in New York: He wore a red tee instead of his typical black one, and, more notably, scrawled “Charlie Hebdo” on said tee in black Sharpie in honor of the dozen people murdered that same day at France’s Charlie Hebdo offices. READ FULL STORY

Jon Stewart, Conan O'Brien reflect on 'Charlie Hebdo' attack

In honor of those who were killed for telling jokes, comedians Jon Stewart and Conan O’Brien both took a moment on their late-night shows to discuss the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.


'Talos Principle,' '80 Days' among Independent Games Festival finalists


In the glut of major blockbuster releases like DestinyCall of Duty, and Assassin’s Creed, it’s easy for games of smaller scopes and ludicrously smaller marketing budgets to be lost. But these small titles are no less ambitious and oftentimes more daring with their subject matter and design, and the Independent Games Festival is highlighting the 2014 experiences that deserve a look.

The 17th annual Independent Games Festival’s jury panels announced their finalists in the festival’s award categories, choosing from over 600 entrants.

The juries picked independently developed games and recognized several finalists in categories focusing on design, visuals, audio, and more.

Check out the finalists below, and visit the IGF’s official nominations page for many more honorable mentions and information on all of the finalists. READ FULL STORY

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