The second season of Outlander starts April 9, which means the publicity starts two months ago. Hence this steamy Entertainment Weekly cover, which affords you the opportunity to imagine interrupting Claire and Jamie en flagrante.
Entertainment Weekly has revealed its newest issue, and its cover is stunning. There’s Batman on the left, Superman on the right, and some random lady front and center. She’s probably Wonder Woman, but because I can’t see much of her costume, that’s not entirely certain. Oh wait, you know what? It is Wonder Woman.…
This post contains spoilers: On last night’s Game of Thrones, “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken,” Sansa finally married Winterfell’s most eligible sadist, Ramsay Bolton. The setting of their nuptials—at night, in the woods, as it snowed—made it abundantly clear that this would not be cause for celebration, and that sense of…
Amy Schumer is now eligible to join the Comedy Central Amys Who’ve Gotten Naked In Piles Of Things People Normally Aren’t Naked In club after covering Entertainment Weekly in this American Beauty-inspired cover. She’s called “comedy’s funny, filthy, fearless new voice,” and can be seen chilling in a pile of tiny…
FYI readers of InStyle, Time, Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly and People: Time Inc. is officially being spun off from parent company Time Warner, leaving the publications' fates even more in flux. The new company is already $1.3 billion in debt and the editorial budget across all titles is being cut 25%, yet…
Entertainment Weekly has an early glimpse at the hotly anticipated Gone Girl, which is scheduled to hit theaters October 3. They even got director David Fincher himself to shoot the cover for the week. And the result is... really something!
Entertainment Weekly has announced its latest Entertainer of the Year, and you probably won't be particularly surprised at their pick: Sandra Bullock, who'll be appearing on the magazine's cover. This is her second time taking home the title.
Ooh, ooh baby. Hot just like a coven: The badass witches of American Horror Story grace the new cover of Entertainment Weekly. Cover story here. Re: Ms. Lange. Need. Those. Gloves.
Magazine sales continue to decline, but magazine editors insist: Getting on the cover of a magazine continues to be a goal and a coup for Hollywood stars.
After 22 years at Entertainment Weekly, film critic Lisa Schwarzbaum says goodbye — and as a parting gift, she dishes a little about how irate folks can get when you dare to do your job and critique a movie:
The new issue of Entertainment Weekly is devoted to beefcake abfest Magic Mike — which hits theaters June 29 — and apparently the Channing Tatum cover has
labial folds flaps which readers "strip", aka spread open, to reveal the rest of the cast. In a video at EW.com, former male stripper Tatum talks about taking…
Liam Hemsworth, 21, and Josh Hutcherson, 18, pose on the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly in their respective characters (Gale and Peeta, the two men caught up a love triangle of sorts with Katniss Everdeen, our protagonist) for the much-anticipated film. (Click image to enlarge.)
The stars of Sex And The City 2: Rise Of The Manolos are on the new cover of Entertainment Weekly and they look great! It's just the arms that are kind of wonky. Let's take a closer look, shall we?
The new Entertainment Weekly features a cover interview with Megan Fox. The loose-lipped star has demonstrated a knack for being quotable in the past. Here, we collect some of her more memorable remarks over the course of her short career.