f you’re one of many falling for the lovable characters and sweet story of "Atypical," there might be one character in particular with whom you feel a familiar connection: Paige, played by Jenna Boyd. The girl who played a tearjerker role in "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" is all grown up now.
You may think you know Alison Brie, what from her roles in Mad Men and Community, but in the new Netflix series GLOW we see an entirely new side to the star. In the series, Brie plays an out-of-work actress who finds work — rocking spandex and sequins — in the wrestling ring.
The University of Toledo recently polled 408 North Americans and found that 35 per cent identified themselves as TV binge-watchers. “Literature shows that TV viewing (especially screen time) is associated with poor mental and physical health outcomes.
Rosario Dawson is a Comic Con regular who demands more from the comic book and video game industry. Most recently, she told MTV News that Hollywood shouldn’t just be focused on the gender wage gap. At an AirBnB Havana-themed party in New York City on Tuesday, Dawson told Yahoo Beauty that MTV had not published another wage gap issue she had brought up in her interview: “I also talked about the transgender wage gap, but they cut that out.” She shrugged.
On November 20, Moss debuts in the Netflix Marvel series Jessica Jones, playing Jeryn Hogarth, a ruthless lawyer who was actually a male character in the comic books. Carrie-Anne Moss: Yeah, I’d say that I’ve always been pretty confident. Sometimes a few beauty products can help with confidence, too.
We caught up with the star to chat about her low-key beauty regimen, what to expect on season three (watch on Netflix now!), which inmate looks the best in prison, and which three items Piper Chapman misses most behind bars.
Jennifer Aniston may have the most famous head of hair in Hollywood, but if you think about it the iconic haircut actually belonged to Rachel Green, her character on “Friends.” When the TV show about six pals living in Manhattan debuted on NBC in 1994, no one could have suspected it would become one of the most popular sitcoms of all time—or that Rachel Green’s evolving haircuts would become the most requested styles in salons. Now with all 10 seasons of “Friends” coming to Netflix on January 1, we can once again relive the show and the enviable hairstyles in chronological order.