Sleepy Hollow airs its two-hour season finale tonight (8 p.m. ET on Fox) with John Noble returning as Sin Eater Henry Parrish and Victor Garber guesting as the estranged father of Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison). Since Mison – whose character is still trying to free his wife Katrina (Katie Winter) from purgatory while battling evil with Abbie (Nicole Beharie) – and costar Orlando Jones, whose Capt. Frank Irving must answer for the deaths surrounding his daughter’s demonic possession, couldn’t offer too many spoilers about the genuinely unexpected twists that lie ahead, we asked them to reveal a few details about themselves instead. Watch them each take the EW Pop Culture Personality Test below. Then, see what teases we were able to coax out of them.
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Mad Men‘s 14-year-old Kiernan Shipka enjoys playing darker roles, and she’s found another one as captive Cathy in Lifetime’s adaptation of Flowers in the Attic, which costars Heather Graham as mother Corrine, Mason Dye as, let’s call him dependent brother Christopher, and Ellen Burstyn as evil grandmother Olivia. “Working with someone as amazing as Ellen, you’re completely pulled into the scene,” Shipka says. “There’s a couple really intense scenes with Ellen and I where I totally, the whole time, forgot about everything but that moment because it was so intense…. I’ve done plenty of different scenes with different actors in general where they’re like, ‘Ah, I was so mean to you!’ But it’s all in good fun.”
While Shipka watched the 1987 version of Flowers in the Attic on Netflix the night before she read for the part and will tell you The Shining is the scariest film she’s ever seen, she will happily lighten up when asked to reveal her first celebrity crush, the TV show she always quotes (Arrested Development!), what she’s watching now (Parks and Recreation! Veep!), and the movies she’s seen the most times (confirming what her mother correctly guessed after the interview, this is the first time we’ve gotten Air Bud as an answer).
Watch her take the EW Pop Culture Personality Test below. Flowers in the Attic premieres Jan. 18 at 8 p.m. ET on Lifetime. READ FULL STORY
'Community' star Gillian Jacobs takes the EW Pop Culture Personality Test (while Jim Rash grades it) -- VIDEO
Just because Jim Rash has co-starred on Community with Gillian Jacobs for five years doesn’t mean she can’t surprise him — which we found out when we invited Jacobs to take our EW Pop Culture Personality Test while Rash watched. (He’d already taken a quiz alongside his writing/directing partner Nat Faxon when their film The Way Way Back hit theaters. Revisit that one here.)
Warning: Massive Game of Thrones spoiler in the video!
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Bobby Moynihan joins En Vogue and names the moment he became a man in our Pop Culture Personality Test -- VIDEO
You can get a double dose of Bobby Moynihan this week with the Jan. 18 return of Saturday Night Live (host and musical guest Drake) and Monday night’s premiere of Chozen, the new animated FX comedy in which he voices the titular gay white ex-con rapper. Yes, you read that right. “As you know, FX is fearless,” Moynihan says. “Every other line on the show is pretty crazy. Chozen does a lot of crazy things. I’m gonna go with, like, the least crazy, actually: There’s a scene where he’s smoking a joint and finds a hot dog on the floor, takes a drag, eats the hot dog, and then exhales. I just wish I could do that in real life. I wish I had that talent. And again, that’s the least crazy thing he’s done.”
Moynihan felt comfortable when he got the audition because the character’s voice reminded him of Mark Payne, the Pizzeria Uno employee he’s played on SNL and at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Though he doesn’t perform Chozen’s raps in the show (that’s creator Grant Dekernion), Moynihan dreams of the day when he puts out his own rap album. “In my mind, not in real life,” he says. “My rap name will be Optimus Rhymes. Or the Notorious B.o.B.”
For more pop culture revelations, watch the always entertaining Moynihan take the EW Pop Culture Personality Test below. READ FULL STORY
'Enlisted' trio takes the EW Pop Culture Personality Test, but only one admits to having watched scrambled porn -- VIDEO
Fox’s new military-set comedy Enlisted, from Cougar Town co-creator Kevin Biegel, premieres Jan. 10 at 9:30 p.m. ET, and if you watch our Pop Culture Personality Test with stars Geoff Stults, Parker Young, and Chris Lowell below, you’ll see casting nailed it.
They play brothers who find themselves at the same Florida post after super-soldier Pete (Stults) gets booted back Stateside and put in charge of his siblings’ “Rear D” (Rear Detachment) unit. Those are the soldiers who stay behind to take care of the base and the families of the deployed. Lowell is sarcastic middle brother Derrick, and Young is Randy, the enthusiastic puppy who idolizes Pete and accepts that he’s occasionally the butt of his brothers’ jokes. READ FULL STORY
Revolution is back, and to celebrate, we’re getting to know Tracy Spiridakos better with an EW Pop Culture Personality Test. Her character, Charlie, may be known for crying, but we found Spiridakos nothing but laughs. READ FULL STORY
'Pretty Little Liars' star Keegan Allen teases another Spencer breakdown, does a Marlon Brando impersonation -- VIDEO
By the end of the Pretty Little Liars‘ Halloween episode, the secret was revealed: Alison DiLaurentis is alive! But what does that mean for the Liars when the show returns for season 4B? According to Keegan Allen, it means the girls are just about at the end of their ropes. “Each one of the girls are starting to break down,” Allen said. “After all this time, they should’ve broken down the first week. They’re all trying to get a grip on it and they’re falling apart, each one of them separately. Spencer more than others. She kind of loses it, but in a way that you never saw coming.”
However, unlike last season, Toby isn’t the cause of Spencer’s breakdown this time. “I don’t think it has to do with Toby. Toby is trying to deal with all of the stuff going on with Spencer, but he’s also trying to figure it out because he does know. The guys know now. It’s about Toby being there for Spencer in her time of despair. She kind of loses her mind again but not in the way that you think,” Allen said.
So while we wait to find out what it is that causes Spencer’s second mental collapse of the series, we put the man who plays her on-screen boyfriend Toby Cavanaugh in the hot seat for our Pop Culture Personality Test. From his teenage style icons to his favorite TV show growing up, watch where Allen ranks in our test below:
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Harry Shum Jr. was on a few quests when he visited the EW L.A. offices last month. The first was an important one: Spread the word about his collaboration with Coca-Cola and the (RED) campaign to end the spread of mother-to-child transmission of HIV.
As part of the campaign, the public is urged to upload dance videos to Instagram using the hashtag #CokeREDMovies, and for every thousand videos uploaded, Coca-Cola will make a donation to the Global Fund. (Each donation will provide more than 60 days of life-saving medicine for someone living with HIV.)
“Right now what we want to do is raise awareness through dancing and we want to end mother-to-child transmission of HIV by 2015,” Shum said. “Every day, 700 babies are born with HIV, and we can be the generation that gets that number to zero.”
The other reason Shum came to the office was less important but just as fun as dancing: He took the EW Pop Culture Personality Test. The result is below!
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With the clock winding down on Christmas shopping, it’s a good time to ask the stars to name the best entertainment-themed present they’ve ever received for the holidays. Watch the video below for picks from Amber Tamblyn, Tracy Spiridakos, Dulé Hill, Alex Borstein, David Boreanaz, Guillermo Diaz, Darby Stanchfield, Brooke Elliott, and Sanaa Lathan. READ FULL STORY
With It’s a Wonderful Life airing Christmas Eve (at 8 p.m. ET on NBC), it’s the perfect time to ask stars to name their favorite holiday movie or TV special. Watch the video below to find out what Sanaa Lathan, Jimmy Smits, Zachary Levi, Katey Sagal, Saoirse Ronan, Tracy Spiridakos, Joe Manganiello, Dulé Hill, Amber Tamblyn, Brooke Elliott, Alex Borstein, and David Boreanaz try to catch every year. READ FULL STORY
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