Michael Slezak is Senior Editor at TVLine. You know those people who brag about not having a television? Girls’ Allison Williams has a handy response for ’em. “I always say very dryly and very honestly, ‘You should invest in one. I’m not even saying you would necessarily like our show. But TV is so good right now.’” Williams’ awareness of the number of great performances under consideration this Emmy season makes it all the more “exciting and unbelievable” when her name gets floated as a possible contender for supporting actress. And while she’s quick to credit Girls creator and star Lena Dunham—as well as the show’s writers, directors and hair and makeup staff—for helping her bring to life the rudderless Marnie Michaels, Williams admits that “it’s a really fun challenge to play someone who seems to have it all together and yet has this anxiety bubbling beneath the surface. It’s an anxiety she isn’t necessarily aware of herself.” Related: EMMYS: Comedy Series Overview AwardsLine: How did you view Marnie’s season journey overall? Williams: It was really hard. I really feel for her. We are certainly different, but we have enough in common that I look at her and I root for her and I want the best for her. I wish for her that she had something that she was passionate about so that in ... Read More »
Beverly Hills, Calif.—Renowned entertainment law firm Rosenfeld, Meyer & Susman, LLP—a Hollywood institution that has served major A-list talent, leading industry players, and the biggest feature film and television companies for the past 56 years—has announced the addition of a new partner, Leif Reinstein, according to Burt Levitch, co-managing partner at the Rosenfeld firm. Reinstein will round out the Rosenfeld entertainment group with his expertise in all aspects of television, digital media property and brand-driven dealmaking. In light of his background in all content-related transactions for every screen, and his current representation of the industry’s top studios, production companies and networks, Reinstein will complement Rosenfeld’s already strong presence in the feature film world, as well as its full-service offerings. Furthermore, being fluent in Spanish, and having lived in Buenos Aires, Reinstein is also focused on clients and transactions in the growing Latino and bi-cultural entertainment segment both in the U.S. and abroad. To this end, he has worked on deals in Argentina, Brazil, Spain and Mexico. During his career, Reinstein has represented clients in connection with some of the most iconic television shows including “Two and a Half Men” (CBS), “American Idol” (Fox), “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS), “True Blood” (HBO), and “The L Word” (Showtime). Most recently, he handled deals for “Stalkers” (Lifetime), and the newly ordered series “The Tomorrow People” (CW) and “Low Winter Sun” (AMC). “We are delighted to add Leif to our close-knit ... Read More »
The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones, the adaptation of the first of Cassandra Clare’s novels, opens August 21 in the U.S. and the UK. The trailer below is a slightly different take on the first which was released last November. Lily Collins stars as Clary, a seemingly ordinary girl who discovers she is the descendant of a line of Shadowhunters, a secret cadre of half-angel warriors locked in an ancient battle to protect our world from demons. Jamie Campbell Bower, Lena Headey, Aidan Turner, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Kevin Zegers and Jared Harris also star. Director Harald Zwart is starting the sequel, The Mortal Instruments: City Of Ashes, this fall. Video: Exclusive Trailer: The Mortal Instruments
They say the only difference between A-list stars and politicians is that politicians are better actors. So as Vice President Selina Meyer’s most trusted advisor, here are my seven tips on how to help your Hollywood Top Tier (or Terror) rock the Emmys — all STRICTLY off-the-record, of course.
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