If you’re one of those How I Met Your Mother fans who embrace the show’s crazier elements, odds are you enjoyed this week’s episode, which had lots of cartoonish fun and those “Please explain more of that story” moments. If you appreciate those qualities — like I do — the episode was a fun blip on the show’s radar. Best of all, it reminded me of an old-but-important Friend Rule that I have to start using more often in real life. Ironic, really, because so much of the episode was the opposite of what would happen in real life. Explanation: READ FULL STORY
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'The Vampire Diaries': Why is Silas (and new Stefan) so much hotter than old Stefan? PopWatch investigates!
For weeks now, I’ve been reading comments (and talking to my roommate) about how very attractive Silas is on The Vampire Diaries. It’s an odd conversation considering Silas is played by the always attractive Paul Wesley, who’s been on the show as Stefan for four years now. So what has changed? Well, at first, I thought it had to do with the character of Silas, which I do believe is part of it, but then when Stefan showed up on the scene without his memory and looking a little yummier than usual, the mystery grew.
What is it exactly about this season/these characters? Well, there are several reasons why Silas/New Stefan is more attractive than Old Stefan (who, just for the record, was always incredibly attractive):
Sunlight/You can actually see his green eyes: The cast and crew of TVD constantly talk about how dark their show is, and it’s on purpose. They’re always telling the lighting department to make things darker. And although that’s good and fine, it makes it difficult to decipher Wesley’s already-dark features. READ FULL STORY
On Thursday night’s Big Bang Theory, Howard (Simon Helberg) stole the evening with a song dedicated to his lovely wife, Bernadette. And though his plans to perform the song went south after she was quarantined — darn those infectious raccoon diseases! — he still found a way to make the moment unforgettable by singing it to her through the glass of her hospital room.
We’ll post video of the adorable moment, which he orchestrated to mark the anniversary of their first date, when it becomes available. But for now, check out the lyrics to the song below. And fun fact: It was co-written by Raising Hope actress Kate Micucci, who often sings quirky tunes on that show! READ FULL STORY
Ladies, gents, sentient people of earth: do you want to be in a movie with Scarlett Johansson?
Temper those hopes a little bit, though — this collaboration will be less Don Jon and more Her. In other words, Johansson has already recorded her voice part. It’s also animated. But the “cool little cartoon for grownups” looks pretty fun. Titled “Two Player Game,” it was co-written by Gordon-Levitt and his 50/50 screenwriter Will Reiser and director Jonathan Levine and will appear in an upcoming episode of “HitRECord On TV!”
Gordon-Levitt explains how to audition below.
Jake Ballard is one of the most polarizing characters on ABC’s Scandal. Either you love him or you really, really don’t.
Regardless, the man behind the character, Scott Foley, is a nice guy. And in today’s edition of EW’s behind-the-scenes video series Josh Cam, Josh Malina takes you into Foley’s trailer for a candid chat about Jake, haters, and…e-cigarettes.
Watch below for more, but be warned, this week’s episode ends on a cliffhanger!
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You say you want a revolution? Well, Russell Brand knows it — and he’s leading the cause.
Fans of Brand know that in addition to being a stand-up comedian, actor, and Katy Perry ex-husband, he’s a passionate advocate against various societal ills, particularly drug abuse and income inequality.
It was that Brand who showed up to a BBC interview last night with journalist Jeremy Paxman (the two have memorably talked before). Brand was on the program because he guest-edited The New Statesman‘s revolution-themed issue, and in the on-camera interview, Brand expanded on his printed op-ed about the change in our political structure Brand believes is coming.
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Boy Meets World‘s Mr. Feeny was the teacher we all secretly wanted — wise, caring, tough enough to make you want to be better, and full of perfectly timed one-liners.
To honor this great character, EW had the legendary William Daniels, who played Feeny for seven seasons, read some of his greatest lines when the cast reunited recently for our annual Reunions Issue.
Take a look at the video below, but a warning: His pick for No. 1 might make you tear up!
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