Category: HBO

Lily-Rose Depp Says She’d “Steer Clear” Of The Weeknd While On “The Idol” Set

June 5, 2023 / Posted by:

Yesterday, the first episode of HBO’s highly anticipated dreaded show The Idol starring Abel Tesfaye, aka The Weeknd, and nepo baby, Lily-Rose Depp, finally dropped and surprise surprise! It’s just as depraved and boring as we thought it’d be. But, in an entire hour dedicated solely to putting a camera up to Lily-Rose ‘s nether regions, somehow the creepiest part of the show is Abel’s portrayal of his character Tedros, a sleazy nightclub owner that talks like he’s thinking of ways to cut women into pieces and eat them. And in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Lily-Rose said she’d “steer clear” of  The Weeknd on set when he was in character.

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Jeremy Strong Says He Actually Drank That Gross Smoothie In The “Succession” Finale

May 30, 2023 / Posted by:

HBO’s Succession is officially over, and as much as I enjoyed the show, I won’t miss the weekly assault on my poor, frayed nerves. For all 89 minutes of the series finale, I fully expected Kendall to die (drowning, murder, hurling himself off the top of an office building, etc.). And, because Jeremy Strong takes acting so seriously, I was also worried about his safety. When you die in Method Acting, you die in real life! Deadline reports that, in the official post-finale podcast, 44-year-old Jeremy discussed his method acting ways, including whether or not he actually drank that gross smoothie (duh, of course, he did). Obviously, SPOILERS abound in this post…

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“Euphoria” Creator, Sam Levinson, Is Thinking About Making A Movie For Kids

May 26, 2023 / Posted by:

Now that Sam Levinson has finished with his latest problematic show, The Idol, starring and developed by Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye, he’s looking to his next step. And it might not be TV, as he says that with his son nearing adolescence, he’s looking to create something that he can soon experience–like a version of The Goonies. Which, if you’ve never seen, is about a group of poor kids who try to save their homes from becoming a country club in foreclosure and go on a wild adventure that includes the mob and potentially lethal traps. So in Sam Levinson’s version, the kids will turn to selling drugs to save their houses and will get killed in a shootout with the mob over a deal gone wrong.

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Brian Cox Gives His Thoughts On That “Succession” Plot Twist

May 25, 2023 / Posted by:

The season finale of Succession is this Sunday, and star Brian Cox sat down with BBC Two’s Amol Rajan to talk about the show’s success and his life and career. But, as we all know, it wouldn’t be a Brian Cox interview without the 76-year-old actor giving us a little Straight Talk (sorry, Dolly Parton, Brian owns the patent). Jeremy Strong can breathe a sigh of relief; this time, Brian didn’t go after his co-star’s “fucking annoying” method acting. Instead, he criticized his character’s story arc. Brian says he (SPOILER ALERT) understands that showrunner Jesse Armstrong “made a plan,” but he thinks Logan Roy shouldn’t have been killed off so early in the season. BREAKING NEWS: Famous Actor Wanted More Screen Time!

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The Series Finale Of “Succession” Will Be 90 Minutes Long

May 3, 2023 / Posted by:

We’re more than halfway through the fourth and final season of HBO’s Succession, and it’s still unclear which character will succeed Brian Cox’s Rupert Murdoch-esque media mogul Logan Roy. Now, the show’s composer, Nicholas Britell, has told Variety that the finale will be 90 minutes long. “It’s a huge episode – like a movie.” Then they should show it in theaters. That way, we can all cheer as a community when Logan rises from his grave, calls his kids morons, and hands over complete control of Waystar Royco to Mondale, the dog Shiv and Tom have ignored the entire series.

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Charlie Sheen Has Made Up With “Two And A Half Men” Creator Chuck Lorre And They’re Working On A New TV Show Together

April 19, 2023 / Posted by:

Before there was Kanye West, Hollywood’s designated unhinged mess was Charlie Sheen. It was a calmer, simpler time when Charlie was taking up all the space on the internet and social media with his talk of warlocks, tiger blood, Adonis DNA, and non-stop winning. Winning what exactly? We still don’t know. And during that time, like a real “winner,” he was fired off his comfy $1.25 million per episode sitcom job after falling out with Two And A Half Men creator Chuck Lorre back in 2011. Now after 12 years, they have decided to put their feud in the past for the sake of their ART… or a check. Deadline reports Charlie and Chuck are back together and working on Chuck’s new comedy series for HBO Max, How to Be a Bookie.

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