'Girls' is back... tomorrow! If you've missed Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shosh as much as we have then you only have 24 more hours to wait. The premiere of 'Girls' season 4 premieres on Sunday 11th January.
After the week of terrorist attacks, massacres and hostage taking we've all witnessed, we're all in desperate need of some light-hearted relief. Fortunately, Girls is back and just in the nick of time it seems.
Girls is back on Sunday!
The 'Girls' creator was talking with her three co-stars ahead of the fourth season of 'Girls' which premieres this weekend.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly ahead of the premiere of the fourth season of HBO’s ‘Girls’, the 28 year old actress said “Taylor is an incredible actor, she’s the most iconic performer of her generation, and she’s also one of my best friends.”
Taylor Swift and Lena Dunham have been singing each others' praises in recent interviews
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Check out the trailer for 'Girls' Season 4!
Girls is back! For a whole 1 minute 31 seconds. HBO released the official trailer for season 4 on Friday (7th November) and it's certainly got everyone talking!
The cast of Girls (L-R): Driver, Williams, Kirke, Dunham, Mamet, Karpovsky.
[Spoilers] The 'Girls' season three finale was a climactic finisher.
The third season of Girls managed to pack more into its half hour, Lena Dunham-directed finale episode than the rest of the entire season combined. With major plot movements for many of the show's key characters, Dunham took her show in a bold new direction with fans hanging on for the crucial "what happened next" season four opener.
Lena Dunham's 'Girls' Has Made Its Season Three Departure.
Season three's twelfth and final episode, entitled 'Two Plane Rides,' began with a double revelation; the first hit when Hannah bumped into Adam's sister, Caroline, who had been living downstairs with Hannah's ex-stalker Laird and revealed that the pair were expecting a baby. The news coincided with Hannah opening a letter informing her that she'd been accepted on to the prestigious Iowa Writers' Workshop course. Her smile said it all.
Lena Dunham might be leaving the acting world behind.
Lena Dunham has hinted that she will quit acting in the near future, to concentrate on writing. The 'Girls' star covers the April issue of Glamour and it was in the accompanying interview that the 27-year-old dropped the bombshell.
Lena Dunham Could Retire From Acting
"I don't know if I'm going to want to act anymore," Dunham admitted. "I'm always relieved on the days I don't have to. I'd rather give parts to other women than be the woman having the parts."
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No funerals in this one. Don't worry though, the narcissism is still abundant.
The third season of Girls has been mildly disappointing so far, but when our heroines don’t have to face any major changes or life decisions, they actually look a lot like real people. Case in point: this week’s episode, which saw the gang’s resident Type A control freak Marnie try to take everyone on a successful vacation to “heal”. The healing in question wouldn’t be done at the Hamptons where, according to Marnie, “the beach is far too close to J Crew”, but to the North Fork. Cue aggressive healing.
The Girls need to heal, but Marnie might not have picked the best way.
Marnie has a whole list of planned activities, including (but not limited to) having fun together, proving to everyone via Instagram that the ladies can still have fun as a group, healing, healing at dinner, writing their wishes down on pieces of paper and then throwing them into a bonfire so that they can come true, grocery shopping, facemasks… etc. The list does not include having too many North Fork Fizzes, but who needs lists anyway.
The 'Girls' stars are the latest people to give their take on the video for 'We Can't Stop'
Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke aren't just funny when they appear on Girls it seems, as the HBO stars have shown with her Instagram-made take on the music video for Miley Cyrus' new single 'We Can't Stop.' Dunham updated her Instagram feed on Friday (June 28) to give her take on Cyrus' party tune and since then it has become an internet sensation.
Dunham clearly enjoyed filming the 15-sec clip
The two Girls stars appear in the fifteen second clip with Dunham pretending to paddle Kirkes behind with a wooden spoon while Kirke sings the chorus from Miley's coming of age single. Unable to contain herself for much longer, Dunham collapses into a fit of laughter before posing next to Kirke and asking "Did it turn out good?"