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  • Lena Dunham might kill Shoshanna

    If Lena Dunham had to kill anyone on her HBO show, “Girls,” it’d have to be Shoshanna. “I think about it all the time,” Dunham told Garage magazine. “I don’t want to kill Jessa off because it’s too obvious. She seems like the person who’s going to drive off a cliff or contract a horrible, life-threatening… More ▸

  • Howard Stern apologizes for calling Lena Dunham ‘little fat girl’

    The remarkable Golden Globe achievement of Lena Dunham of “Girls” didn’t really impress controversial radio host Howard Stern. On Monday, a day after Dunham won best actress and best comedy, Stern referred to her as “a little fat girl who kind of looks like Jonah Hill,” and added, “I learned that this little fat chick writes the show and directs the show, and… More ▸

  • Golden Globes: The night of ‘Homeland’ and Lena Dunham

    The 70th Golden Globe Awards (or the “Drunk Oscars,” as I like to call them), took place in Hollywood last night, and like every year, provided some interesting stories and headlines, mostly made by the powerful, successful and funny women of the industry, orchestrated by the hilarious Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. The biggest story didn’t even… More ▸

  • Time crowns Lena Dunham as the “coolest” person of 2012

    Not that we needed anyone to sway us, but Time Magazine has named Lena Dunham the “coolest” person of 2012. “The 2012 Coolest Person of the Year is a woman who was unafraid to showcase her flaws. A woman who wore less makeup on TV than in real life and purposely shot herself naked in… More ▸

  • Proposal for Lena Dunham’s book leaked

    That book proposal that landed HBO Girl’s creator Lena Dunham $3.7 million in a publishing deal was leaked online earlier today. The 66-paged proposal explains the ideas behind the Jewish actress’s book, “Not That Kind of girl,” and reveals it will be divided into six sections: “Work”, “Friendship”, “Body”, “Sex”, “Love”, and “Big Picture”, CSMonitor… More ▸

  • Lena Dunham answers criticism of lack of diversity on ‘Girls’

    It has been almost a month since the HBO show “Girls” premiered, and it continues to stir controversy. At first it was talk about nepotism, with each cast member of the show about four 20-somethings having a parent who was prominent in the media/cultural spheres. Then it was the blunt sexual content and critics saying the show… More ▸