Will Ferrell is taking his threats against Conan O’Brien’s beard to the next level in two new videos. For those who haven’t been following the Beardpocalypse, Ferrell is terrorizing the talk show host with his promise that he will sheer those post-NBC whiskers when he’s a guest on Conan’s show May 2. Here’s the latest: READ FULL STORY
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'Curb Your Enthusiasm': Go behind the scenes of season 8, which includes guest stars Michael J. Fox and Ricky Gervais
If you’re a Curb Your Enthusiasm fan, chances are you’re pret-tay pret-tay curious about how Larry David & Co. plan to top last season’s Seinfeld “anti-reunion reunion.” A new two-and-a-half minute behind-the-scenes peak at season 8 — half of which was shot in New York — doesn’t exactly open the answer vault, but it does tease some promising/awkward possibilities for the HBO comedy: Larry tells off a bunch of girl scouts! Larry plays softball and talks trash with Rosie O’Donnell! Larry bumps into Michael J. Fox (literally) and unleashes a Parkinson’s joke! Ricky Gervais, Michael McKean, Ana Gasteyer, and Bill Buckner swing by! (Oh, best to brace yourselves, Sox fans.) Season 8 of Curb kicks off July 10, and my delighting in the idea of Susie and Leon invading Manhattan begins now. READ FULL STORY
MTV will begin airing Son of a Gun, its new docu-series about 23-year-old rapper Cory Gunz and his rise to rap stardom, on April 28 at 11 p.m., but EW has the exclusive trailer before the network unveils it tonight on MTV.com. Check out our sneak peek below, and look out for Nick Cannon, who also exec produces the series. READ FULL STORY
This week’s EW cover story is an exclusive interview with Arnold Schwarzenegger talking about his plan to return to movies and unleash an animated superhero TV series: The Governator. Below is a full three-minute trailer from the project, which teams Ah-nold with comic legend Stan Lee: READ FULL STORY
A couple weeks ago we told you about BBC America’s Doctor Who premiere date, showed you its kewl new poster and told you some exclusive details about the season. Now here’s the first full-length trailer. It’s dark, it’s creepy, it’s mysterious, it’s… completely free of unconvincing rubber alien masks! Here it is: READ FULL STORY
MTV’s TV series reboot of the classic ’80s comedy Teen Wolf, premiering on June 5 after the MTV Movie Awards, is set to be markedly different from the Michael J. Fox flick. For starters, there doesn’t seem to be a modern version of best pal and love interest, the awesomely named “Boof” (travesty!). Instead, the network is going for an edgier approach and hoping to attract the audience of two other supernatural classics. “When I first talked to MTV about it, I said what if we do it kind of like The Lost Boys with kind of the pace and fun of Buffy,” exec producer Jeff Davis (Criminal Minds) told EW in February. “We’ve had comparisons to Vampire Diaires. That’s a very brooding melodrama. This exists far closer to Buffy.” Watch the three minute trailer below and judge for yourself: READ FULL STORY
Goodness, aliens, I know we here on Earth have Twinkies, Slip ‘N Slides and Jon Hamm, but do you think you could just get out of our grills for once? Apparently, no — TNT has just released their latest trailer for the Steven Spielberg-produced Falling Skies, which follows a group of people (“the resistance”), led by Noah Wyle, who aim to fight back against an army of aliens who invaded and took over our planet six months prior. Based on the teaser, the show looks part Red Dawn (with, admittedly, a less cool resistance name), part Lost (the aliens are after the children! Not the children!), and part Independence Day — with a little Terminator and Battlestar Galactica trickled in. Says Wyle in the teaser: “[Falling Skies] is about how to try to retain your sense of humanity when just about everything has been taken away from you.” We’ll have to wait until the two-hour premiere June 19 at 9 p.m. to find out how the resistance plans to defeat the aliens. Where’s Randy Quaid when you need him? Oh. READ FULL STORY
Oh, the perils of dating a royal! However did Kate Middleton cope with all those make-out sessions, fancy coats, and wine-enhanced bubble baths? Based on this trailer, it seems Lifetime’s upcoming William & Kate telefilm will explore that question, along with how Middleton and fiancé Prince William attempted to escape England’s eager paparazzi during their courtship. But, most of all, what viewers of William & Kate can expect is “a great love story,” according to Camilla Luddington, the actress who plays Kate. So, yes, Kate, we will be tuning into Lifetime on April 18 to watch you gaze lovingly into the eyes of your prince — or, as you call him, “just a guy”… standing in front of a girl… asking her to become subject of sure-to-be-scathing future British tabloid pieces. Ah, young love. Watch the trailer after the jump! READ FULL STORY
Below is a really funny exclusive clip from the upcoming Hallmark Channel primetime interview special, Martha Stewart Presents: Men Who Make Us Laugh, during which Stewart joins O’Brien for a joint session in those Brookstone full-body massage chairs.
“It’s squeezing my bottom again.”
“I have to tell you this chair did do time in prison.”
This is a big day for Game of Thrones fans.
First, below is the new trailer for HBO’s intensely anticipated fantasy series. It’s billed as the cable network’s first “full-length” promo featuring new footage for Thrones and it’s also the strongest ad we’ve seen yet. Thrones, HBO’s “Sopranos-with-swords” drama series based on a bestselling series of novels by George R. R. Martin, premieres April 17. The trailer, which you’ll only find here on EW, is slightly NSFW (sort of PG-13-ish … the show itself, btw, is very NSFW). Then for longtime fans of the novels, be sure to see our other breaking Thrones news below… READ FULL STORY
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