Amy Schumer might be fearless on Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, but when she visited EW to take our Pop Culture Personality Test, we discovered she hasn’t always been so brave. Watch the video below to find out which movie scared her, which classic Disney scene her sister used to force her to re-enact, how she would describe her personal dance style, and what movie she has to watch every time she spots it on cable.
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Unscientific figures (via my Twitter feed) confirm that 30 percent of Scandal fans became addicted to the show after binge-watching the first season. But which Scandal cast member has a little binge-watching of his own to do? Jeff Perry, who admitted to EW that The Wire remains on his to-do list, more than six years after it signed off the air!
This confession and more were made when Perry, who plays the formidable Cyrus Beene on the ABC drama, stopped by EW to take our Pop Culture Personality Test. Watch it below: READ FULL STORY
There are some things you can probably guess about Gillian Anderson, like that she still has Scully’s gravestone, which used to sit in her office but is now in storage along with an X-Files pinball machine. But the star of NBC’s Crisis managed to surprise us with her answers to our Pop Culture Personality Test. In the video below, she reveals her first celebrity crush, the song she’d karaoke (if forced to), a fear of scary movies, and a patience unknown to many. READ FULL STORY
'Suits' star Sarah Rafferty's 'Blazing Saddles' story is a little mortifying (and very adorable) -- VIDEO
You know those moments from your childhood that make you retroactively mortified? If it makes you feel better, Suits star Sarah Rafferty has a few of those moments cataloged in her brain too. And, naturally, when she stopped by to take EW’s Pop Culture Personality Test, we wanted to know all about them.
Ever the good sport, Rafferty opened up about being a little too young and impressionable for Blazing Saddles, shared an entirely adorable Madonna memory, and confessed to a love for Say Anything that we fully support. Check out her “test” below: READ FULL STORY
If you’ve read our coverage leading up to Game of Thrones‘ season 4 premiere, there are some things you already know about Pedro Pascal, the actor cast as Prince Oberyn Martell (a.k.a. The Red Viper): Primarily that he was such a big fan of the show, he was scared he’d audition, not land the part, and then have spoiled himself for nothing. READ FULL STORY
Lately, Jennifer Morrison spends her Sunday nights fighting off fairy tale villains on ABC’s Once Upon a Time. But when she’s not playing tough bailbondswoman-slash-princess Emma Swan, she’s probably groovin’ to some Vanilla Ice while wearing LA Lights and solving a Rubik’s Cube. Or something.
Point is, girlfriend has a weakness for the days of side ponytails and President George H.W. Bush. You’ll learn as much by watching her Pop Culture Personality test, in which Morrison gushes about her first celebrity crush, her karaoke guilty pleasure (hint: you can expect to hear it in a mall), and the movie she can quote start to finish. All in all, it’s totally awesome:
'Dallas': Josh Henderson, Linda Gray reveal their first celebrity crushes in our Pop Culture Personality Test -- VIDEO
When Dallas stars Josh Henderson and Linda Gray sit down next to each other, it’s as if they’re sitting down on the couch at home. They start talking about their day, and he inevitably calls her “Momma.” They say, “I love you” between jokes and stories, and you can’t help but forget that they only play a mother-son duo on television. (And a very complicated mother-son duo at that.)
So before you get caught up in tonight’s juicy episode of Dallas, we sat the stars down for a quick Pop Culture Personality Test, where they revealed their first celebrity crushes, the movies that scared them the most, and more.
Watch it below: READ FULL STORY
As we head into the season 4 finale of The Walking Dead on Sunday, there’s a lot more to be resolved than possibly can be in 48 minutes (and perhaps it won’t, if you read Dalton’s Ross’s chat with creator Robert Kirkman). Still, star Norman Reedus promises there are some tricks in store, especially regarding his character Daryl Dixon’s trajectory: “It starts in one place and ends in another place — it’s a full circle of action and emotion.”
Before Reedus discussed Dead‘s zombie-shuffle to the finish, though, he sat down to take EW’s Pop Culture Personality Test, where he discussed childhood crushes, his favorite quote-worthy films, cinematic scares, and a special memento he got from Blondie frontwoman and one-time costar Debbie Harry.
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