September 20, 2017

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EXCLUSIVE: Viola Davis Continues Fight Against Childhood Hunger With ‘Hungry for More’ Campaign

Viola Davis knows what it’s like to grow up hungry -- and she’s on a mission to not let any more children in the United States experience that pain and suffering. That’s why, ET has exclusively learned, the Oscar and Emmy-winning actress is once again joining forces with the Albertsons Companies Foundation and the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) to continue the Hunger Is “Hungry for More” campaign. “It’s incredibly important for me to be working in partnership with the Hunger Is...

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ET Obsessions: ‘The Deuce,’ Emma Stone In ‘Battle of the Sexes’ and More!

Here at ET, we’re obsessed with a lot of things -- and this is what we’re most excited about this week: Why We’re Obsessed With ‘The Deuce’ James Franco may be poised to have his own sort of "McConaissance." In addition to The Disaster Artist, which is currently earning rave reviews on the festival circuit, the 39-year-old actor plays identical twins, Vincent and Frankie Martino, on HBO’s new series about the rise of the porn industry in 1970s New York City. The Deuce -- also starring Maggie...

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Emmys 2017: Women Run the Show, In Front of and Behind the Camera

“It's been an incredible year for women on television,” Reese Witherspoon said while accepting the Emmy award for Outstanding Limited Series for Big Little Lies, a show that she co-executive produced and starred on with Nicole Kidman, who told ET backstage that this show was born out of them wanting to have roles that felt interesting.But as the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards demonstrated on Sunday night, the past year wasn’t just incredible for women on TV, but it was also a great year for women...

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‘Narcos’ Location Scout Shot and Killed in Mexico

A Mexican location scout, Carlos Muñoz Portal, was shot to death while scouting locations for season four of Narcos.  According to El Pais, which first reported the news, Portal was killed Monday in a rural area outside of Mexico City. His body was found in a bullet-ridden car in San Bartolo Actopan, which the outlet reports is a violent region of Mexico.  Portal was an experienced location manager in Mexico, working on productions for Man on Fire, Apocalypto and Spectre. “We are aware of the...

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EXCLUSIVE: Eugene Simon Talks ‘The Lodgers’ and His ‘Game of Thrones’ Death

In perhaps what was one of the great moments of the Game of Thrones series, Lancel Lannister was one of the many characters -- rest in peace, Margaery, the Prince of Flowers and the High Sparrow -- who perished when the Great Sept exploded at the beginning of the season six finale. The moment unfolded in a chillingly beautiful sequence that saw various characters eventually realize their doom, with Lancel discovering barrels of wildfire in a corridor beneath the building but being unable to...

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Season 19 Premiere First Look!

Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and the elite squad of special detectives are back for a new season -- its 19th! -- of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and ET has your first look at the premiere, which will take the action all the way to Cuba.  The new season kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 27 with an international tug-of-war when Det. Odafin “Fin” Tutuola (Ice-T) chases a fugitive rapist from New York to Cuba, potentially derailing Assistant District Attorney Rafael Barba’s (Raúl Esparza)...

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Exclusive ‘Loudermilk’ Trailer: Ron Livingston Has a Bad Attitude About… Everything!

Life’s a complete mess for Sam Loudermilk, the titular character of AT&T Audience Network’s upcoming original comedy about a recovering alcoholic and substance abuse counselor with a bad attitude. And ET has your first look at the series premiering Tuesday, Oct. 13! Following recurring roles on Search Party on TBS and HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, Ron Livingston is starring in his first series since the short-lived Defying Gravity. On Loudermilk, Livingston plays Sam, who has his drinking under...

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EXCLUSIVE: Director Liza Johnson on Directing ‘AHS: Cult’ Episode 2 and Reuniting With Evan Peters

[Spoiler alerts for those who have not watched episode two of American Horror Story: Cult.] On the second episode of American Horror Story: Cult, “Don't Be Afraid of the Dark,” the clown show continues as Ally Mayfair-Richards (Sarah Paulson) is haunted by masked terrors and her decision to vote for Jill Stein in the 2016 presidential election. Directed by Liza Johnson, the filmmaker behind Hateship, Loveship and Elvis & Nixon, the episode continues to establish the new world order -- mostly an...

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ET Obsessions: Sloane Stephens, Kameron Westcott of ‘RHOD,’ ‘Younger’ and More!

Here at ET, we’re obsessed with a lot of things -- and this is what we’re most excited about this week:  Why We’re Obsessed With Sloane Stephens For the first time in over 30 years, the U.S. Open women's final featured two American tennis players -- Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys -- battling it out for the top prize. Compared to the likes of Venus and Serena Williams, Keys and Stephens are two rising stars, making their names known in women's (and U.S.) tennis. And during the final on...

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‘Mean Girls’ Musical Officially Headed to Broadway

So fetch! Mean Girls, the anticipated musical adaptation of the hit 2004 teen film starring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams, is officially headed to Broadway, ET has confirmed.  Tina Fey’s adaptation is set to debut at the August Wilson Theatre in 2018, with previews starting on March 12 and an official opening on April 8.  The new stage production, which will premiere at the National Theatre in Washington D.C. for a limited run starting Oct. 31, is written by Fey and features music composed...

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