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As the holiday season rolls around, EW got around to asking film and television stars about the movies they like to watch around the holidays. We learned many things about stars’ holiday viewing choices, like how depressingly enjoyable Alex Borstein finds the Charlie Brown movies, and how Amber Tamblyn enjoys an annual viewing of The Big Lebowski.
Also, Lisa Edelstein does not like holidays! Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorcing Holiday Movies is more like it, right?
Eric Andre stopped by to talk about the darkest moments in his pop culture past with EW. The host of Adult Swim’s The Eric Andre Show covered everything from his first album—purchased at the hip indie chain of record stores known as Burger King—to his favorite toys as a kid. Andre also told EW what his mother wouldn’t let him to enjoy as a kid. READ FULL STORY
When The Mindy Project‘s Adam Pally isn’t busy playing the role of Peter—Mr. Wedding and general supporter of Mindy and Danny’s love—he keeps himself busy with a variety of projects. For one thing, he recently partnered with Philips Norelco Click & Style and YouTube stars The Warp Zone to create a two-part online video series that explores some of the “hairy issues” involved with manhood. Part 1 of that series, titled Game of Bros, is already online, with part 2 premiering Friday, August 1.
And when he’s not filming the web series? Well, you might be able to catch him watching recent episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. But that’s just one of the many things we discovered about Pally when we put him in the hot seat for our Pop Culture Personality Test. And if you want to know which celeb sex tape he still watches occasionally, be sure to watch the video ALL the way through. There might be a post-credit sequence calling your name.
The Mindy Project returns Tuesday, September 16 at 9:30 p.m. on Fox.
'America's Got Talent' judge Mel B on Spice Girls memorabilia and being clueless about 'Clueless' -- VIDEO
Former Spice Girl Mel B knows what America wants (what we really, really want) when it comes to talent on NBC’s hit summer competition show America’s Got Talent. And although she was a part of the biggest female music group of the ’90s (if not ever), the British beauty is a little clueless when it comes to one iconic film from the same time. Mel B stopped by EW to take our Pop Culture Personality Test and also revealed the one music star she loved so much growing up that she convinced herself she was her when looking in the mirror. READ FULL STORY
'Trust Me' star Clark Gregg admits he'd like to date Khaleesi (and all three dragons) from 'Game of Thrones' -- VIDEO
For all of the Marvel fans who have been wondering whether Clark Gregg kept any of Agent Coulson’s vintage Captain America cards, we finally have your answer: Yes, he did. And yes, they’re also covered in (fake?) blood.
When Gregg stopped by our New York City office to promote his new film, Trust Me – in which he plays a struggling talent agent for child stars — we put him in the hot seat. Gregg discussed the movie (and beach memory) that he’ll never forget, his crush on Game of Thrones‘s Khaleesi, and more. Bonus scoop: His first celebrity crush was Kathy Garver, who played Cissy on Family Affair.
Watch Gregg’s Pop Culture Personality Test below:
“Can we talk about how terrifying the words ‘personality test’ are?” asked actress Yael Stone — whom you may know best as red-lipped, self-deluded Lorna Morello on Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black — right before sitting down to take EW’s very own pop culture-slanted quiz.
Luckily, the bubbly Aussie passed our “test” with flying colors — waxing rhapsodic about the torch she still carries for Michael Landon’s character on Little House on the Prairie, singing Lauryn Hill songs from the very depths of her soul, and the sci-fi touchstone she saw way too young. (A guy with a melting face is involved.) Before the references started flying, she also opened up a bit about her character’s quirky manner of speaking, which is sort of like a 1940s moll by way of Bora Bora Bora: “It’s like a Long Island sound with some Boston vowels in there, with the ‘ahh’ stuff,” Stone explains. “I wouldn’t like to say that I’m really wonderful, like, that’s my thing — but I really like accents, and I like learning about people’s accents.” READ FULL STORY
Ah, your teen years — when emulating a celebrity’s questionable style choices may seem like a good, but take it from Vikings star Jessalyn Gilsig: You might regret it.
The actress, whose show closes out its intense second season tonight on the History Channel, speaks from experience, of course. After years of fangirling over Duran Duran, that was one of several lessons she learned. (Another? Once you get hair steps, there’s no turning back.)
More on that and other confessions in Gilsig’s Pop Culture Personality Test, which you can watch below: READ FULL STORY
'The Blacklist' star Ryan Eggold reveals his first crush, quotes 'Tommy Boy' in our Pop Culture Personality Test -- VIDEO
While The Blacklist fans are still pondering all the details surrounding who Tom Keen really is, we got some dirt on the man who plays him.
When Ryan Eggold stopped by our office, we put him in the hot seat for our Pop Culture Personality Test, where he revealed the thing he remembers most about his crush on Penelope Cruz — that mole on her boob — and the film that terrorized him. Hint: It’s a remake.
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