We’re going to take you back to the age-old days of 2005. Remember those? A fresh-as-a-daisy actress named Rachel McAdams was coming off the success of two epic movies (Mean Girls and The Notebook) and headed for perhaps the most successful year of her career (Red Eye, Wedding Crashers, and The Family Stone all premiered in 2005). Until now. Read more…
Earlier this week HBO finally confirmed that both Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn had signed on for the second season of True Detective. And if sources are correct, both men will be joined by Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch, who will round out the series’ four lead roles. The casting news is sure to draw excitement and ire among fans as debate unfolds about whether or not each actor is the right choice.
While it remains to be seen just how each actor does in the series, we rounded up their best roles that serve as a primer to the crime drama.
Ellen Page and Kate Mara star in a new, hilarious parody of True Detective, Bill & Ted 3 is officially happening, and Derek Jeter says goodbye to Yankee Stadium in dramatic fashion — all of that most excellent news and more in First Dibs.
HBO sets its sight on Rachel McAdams as a new female lead, Kim Kardashian is aggressively shoved at Paris Fashion Week, George Clooney‘s wedding is shutting down a city, and more in today’s Last Lap.
Vince Vaughn is joining HBO’s True Detective, Mike Tyson is the latest celebrity hero, and Chris Pratt is as adorable as ever — all that and more in Last Lap.
It’s only Monday and the celeb gossip is already in full swing: Colin Farrell is headed to HBO, Emma Watson makes a case for feminism, and Tom Hardy is off the market. Read on for all that and more in today’s First Dibs.
Step aside, Jon Hamm. Matthew McConaugh-who? Last night’s Emmy Awards proved that True Detective director Cary Joji Fukunaga is hotter than any A-lister we’ve previously coveted, and that man braids are making a big comeback. The internet thinks so, too.
We love TV’s iconic romantic couples. The lusty buildup, the will-they-or-won’t-they. The overwhelming obstacles. The office sex (we’re looking at you, Scandal. Obviously). But sometimes, it’s even more fun to watch the dazzling chemistry between totally platonic onscreen duos. Take Breaking Bad’s Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, for example. Their totally murderous, deeply dysfunctional, howlingly illegal – but somehow, sweetly father/son-esque — connection was far more intriguing than the ones they had with their significant others.
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