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We live-blogged it: The People's Choice Awards

Mom stars Allison Janney and Anna Faris hosted Wednesday’s People’s Choice Awards, a CBS show that annually honors performers for their work in the worlds of music, TV, and filmand we recapped it live throughout its two-hour broadcast.

Janney and Faris were charming as usual, Chris Pratt made a cameo, and Jared Leto’s hair extensions showed up. Check out the live blog below, and see here for the complete winner’s list.


You can now play 'Oregon Trail,' 'Sim City,' and over 2,000 other games in your web browser

The Internet Archive has created yet another video game database to guarantee procrastination for fans of classic games like Sim CityOregon Trail, and Prince of Persia.


Join in: Grace Gealey of 'Empire' will live tweet the show on EWTV's Twitter page

Actress Grace Gealey is set to make her network television debut in Fox’s Empire, which premieres Wednesday night at 9 p.m. Tune into EWTV’s Twitter page starting at 9 p.m. ET, where Gealey will live tweet Fox’s newest hip hop dynasty drama.

Gealey plays Anika Gibbons, the head of A&R for Empire Entertainment and girlfriend of Lucius Lyon (Terrence Howard) the CEO of Empire. Things get so much more complicated for Anika when Lyon’s ex-wife Cookie (Taraji P. Henson) gets an early release from her prison sentence for drug-dealing, and enters the picture to get her half of the company she helped fund.

Visit Westeros as 'Game of Thrones' exhibition visits these international cities

While viewers wait for a return to Westeros, HBO is giving fans around the world another chance to sit on the Iron Thrones themselves while they wait.


Hayley Atwell shows off her ventriloquism skills on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

Hayley Atwell is an actress of many talents, but one has remained hidden from her appearances in the Captain America films and on Agent Carter. Luckily she had the chance to show off her surprise skill, which she dubs her “contribution to humanity,” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday night.


Nicole Kidman went on the worst first date with Jimmy Fallon

This may be the most cringe-inducing interview Jimmy Fallon has had in a long while on the Tonight Show, one that had him red in the face for the whole segment.

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Nicole Kidman went on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for the first time, and for a very good reason: The last time they crossed paths, Kidman had an awful “date” (if one can even call it that) with Fallon. What began as a meet-cute set up by Rick, a mutual friend, quickly devolved into an O. Henry-like disaster. Rick took Kidman, who was game to date Fallon, to Fallon’s apartment, where Fallon’s disinterest was so palpable that Kidman thought Fallon was gay.

Watch the video and see Kidman school Fallon on his cold, hard rejection in the form of wearing sweatpants and serving her old Chinese food.


Puppy Bowl XI: Meet Team Ruff and Team Fluff

When sports rivalries come to mind, one thinks of legendary adversaries such as the Red Sox and the Yankees, the Redskins and the Cowboys, the Lakers and the Celtics. Animal Planet is introducing the next great sports rivalry in Puppy Bowl XI: Team Ruff versus Team Fluff.


Watch the ladies of 'Downton Abbey' play Cards Against Humanity

Sunday night’s Downton Abbey season-five premiere featured a secret love child, an indecent proposal, and a shocking admission.

What it didn’t include was Lady Edith, Mrs. Patmore, and Mrs. Hughes playing Cards Against Humanity. We present that footage, complete with Mrs. Patmore’s inimitable reading of the “Farting and walking away” card, for you here.

This week's cover: The big story behind Marvel's 'Ant-Man'

How long in the making was this week’s exclusive, first-look cover image of Paul Rudd as Ant-Man? Well, that depends how you look at it. While the shrinking, and insect-controlling, hero of Marvel’s Ant-Man (out. July 17) may not be as famous as The Hulk or Thor, he made his comics debut way back in 1962 and a year later co-founded The Avengers with those two aforementioned gents. Back in 2001, the movie’s original director, Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead), and fellow Brit Joe Cornish first wrote a treatment for an Ant-Man movie, which means the project long predates the hugely successful Marvel movie universe ushered in by 2008’s Iron Man. Wright remained enthusiastic about the project down the years, telling EW in 2013, “I’d rather do the film with 2015 effects rather than 2005 effects. So it’s all good.” Then, it wasn’t. In May of 2014, Wright unexpectedly exited the project, prompting a blood pressure-raising search by Marvel for a new director which ultimately led them to Bring It On filmmaker Peyton Reed, the man who ultimately welcomed EW to the Ant-Man set outside Atlanta last fall. READ FULL STORY

Chelsea Peretti discusses her love of 'Key and Peele,' distaste for pizza

Chelsea Peretti says there’s a TV character she’d be willing to date, but she’d better not let him know about how overrated she thinks pizza is.


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