Netflix heads into the Emmy race with 14 nominations, better than all but a handful of networks. Credit the Academy of TV Arts and Sciences' 2008 rule change that allowed full-length broadband and digital shows to be nominated in the same categories as broadcast and TV programs...
When it comes to troubled young actresses like Amanda Bynes and Lindsay Lohan, Helen Mirren isn't mincing words.
The Oscar winner didn't hold back when she was recently asked what kind of advice she would give to the starlets. "I don't know if...
Matt Smith hasn't left Doctor Who just yet, but that hasn't stopped fans from dream-casting the next Doctor.
A group of street drummers inadvertently interrupted a performance of Peter Morgan's play The Audience at London's Gielgud Theatre over the weekend — and star Helen Mirren decided she wasn't going to stand for it.
According to Mirren, who's playing Queen Elizabeth in the play, the drumming got so loud outside the theater during the first half of the performance Saturday night that the actors couldn't hear each other on stage and the audience couldn't hear anything at all, Britain's Daily Telegraph reports. So, during the play's intermission, Mirren stormed off the stage and out of the theater in full costume to give the drummers a piece of her mind.
Helen Mirren and Al Pacino
When a terrific series is truly on its game, some episodes can feel like absolute perfection. Happened Tuesday with a thrillingly entertaining and pivotal episode of FX's Justified, and the same feeling applies to Sunday's sensational The Good Wife (9/8c, CBS). It has everything: sex, suspense, surprise, humor, emotion — and as usual with this sophisticated standard-bearer for network drama, a dazzling array of guest performances.
There is a moment in the new HBO film Phil Spector when the attorney Linda Kenney Baden, played by Helen Mirren, sees her client arriving at the Los Angeles courthouse to be tried for the 2003 murder of actress Lana Clarkson. Writer-director David Mamet keeps the camera on Mirren's face as it turns from...
Dame Helen Mirren was tickled pink at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards in London Sunday, debuting a new rose-hued hairstyle.
Remember the old X-Files mantra "Trust No One?" One of its producers surely does, and in creating the new Cinemax spy thriller Hunted, Frank Spotnitz makes it clear from the first scenes that you can't always trust your eyes, either.
We still don't know how much we will see of the McKinley High Class of 2012 when Glee returns in September. But one member of New Directions will be back in a big way: Sam Evans! With everybody's favorite "Trouty Mouth" aka Chord Overstreet in talks to become a series regular, here are five things we're most hoping to see from Sam next season:
Oprah Winfrey, Jimmy Kimmel
Oprah Winfrey will join Jimmy Kimmel on Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Academy Awards, ABC announced on Thursday.
Winfrey, who's the recipient of the Academy's Jean Hershold Humanitarian Award this year, will be joined on the post-Oscars show by George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Martin Scorsese and Helen Mirren, among others. Billy Crystal will kick off the program and Coldplay will close it out with a performance on the Kimmel outdoor stage.