Allison Williams attended a screening of the new Vogue documentary The First Monday in May dressed like deep space pirate captain at their first cotillion, but Anna Wintour’s attention has always been all on her husband, CollegeHumor founder Ricky van Veen.
The new Vogue documentary The First Monday in May has premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and Page Six has reported CollegeHumor founder Ricky van Veen to be the mystery Met Ball guest who irked La Wintour in the film’s trailer.
In a shocking video posted to Snapchat and Instagram, actress Allison Williams showed off what we believe to be a new model of Amazon’s wireless speaker, the Echo.
On Saturday, Girls actor Allison Williams married College Humor founder Ricky Van Veen in an idyllic ranch ceremony in Saratoga, Wyoming. I was not invited for some reason, but as a native of Wyoming, I can tell you some things about her wedding without having actually attended the ceremony.
Not satisfied with ruining just one of our childhood memories, Allison Williams seems to be intent upon ruining yet another: she dropped some hints in a new interview, suggesting that she wants to play Mary Poppins in some inevitable remake of that classic film.
Girls has been back on the air for roughly five minutes, and yet we're already supposed to be gasping uncomfortably at the first sex scene on last night's premiere, which featured Marnie getting her butt eaten by Desi, her partner in acoustic folk crimes against humanity. Counterpoint: that butt scene looked bad,…
So you were unable to watch Peter Pan Live! but still want to talk about it as if you did. Well, worry not, you goddamn phony, because I've got you covered. Here are five important and highly mockable Peter Pan moments for you to bring up at your next social gathering.
Peter Pan Live!, NBC's second live musical theater event, premieres Thursday and the show's actors are already defending it against your future hatred. The only excuse for disliking their production, according to Allison Williams and co., will be the viewer's own cynical and hardened heart.
The first promo for Peter Pan Live!, the holiday musical event that no one ever asked for, has finally arrived. On the bright side, Allison Williams looks pretty cute in her pixie cut, but why NBC has chosen to style Christopher Walken like Cher circa "If I Could Turn Back Time" will forever remain a mystery.
"Why is 2010-era Justin Bieber fighting 1992-era Tim Curry on the yard of a ship?" you might currently be asking yourself. Well, reframe your mind, my sweet (Wendy) darling, because this is actually another promo shot from NBC's upcoming Peter Pan LIVE! (exclamation point theirs), starring Allison Williams and…
Well, the time has come: on The Today Show Wednesday, NBC released a photo of Allison Williams as Peter Pan for their new live version of the musical.
NBC has announced that the role of Peter Pan in their live version of the musical has been given to Allison Williams. She will play opposite Christopher Walken, who was previously cast as Captain Hook. Wednesdays, right?
It's weird to read this story because I basically 100% think of Allison Williams AS MARNIE, and it's pretty much impossible to imagine Marnie marrying a human man (as opposed to a stalk of pussywillows with a trilby on it). But congratulations to Allison Williams and her fiance, College Humor co-founder Ricky Van Veen!
Last night at the 40th annual People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, there were some lovely gowns. There were also quite a few ugly dresses, as well as eyebrow-tugging painful hairdos, formal crop tops and caged cleavage. Egads.
Last night in New York the ladies of Girls hit the red carpet for the premiere of the HBO show's third season. The clothes? Lots of little black dresses, some funky florals, Anna Wintour in her de rigueur fur and one epic, sexy, slinky slip dress. Let's take a look!
Fashionista is worried about the whereabouts of Lena Dunham. Where is she? they wonder. All the other girls of Girls are in the magazines and she's nowhere to be found. Could this mean that Dunham will be on the cover of Vogue soon? Who cares – right now, it's all about Allison Williams.
Yesterday The Hollywood Reporter held its 22nd annual Women in Entertainment breakfast, and talented ladies gathered at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Like many of us, Ellen Pompeo was not into the Emmys. She took particular offense to the stinkbomb of an awards show because it reflected the casual whitewashing of Hollywood, and told USA Today one day after the telecast: