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September 17, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Lily Collins, star of "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" has been dubbed the most dangerous cyber celebrity of 2013. The actress was bestowed this year's (dis)honor by Internet security firm McAfee because searching for pictures and downloads of the star on the Web can lead to "a 14.5% chance of landing on a website that has tested positive for online threats, such as spyware, adware, spam, phishing, viruses and other malware," the firm said . So, basically, that's just another reason for you to visit us via rather than Google, Yahoo!
September 17, 2013 | By Dawn C. Chmielewski
Lily Collins, star of "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" and daughter of singer/songwriter Phil Collins, has another credit to add to her list: "Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrity. " The actress replaced Emma Watson at the top of McAfee's annual ranking of actors, musicians, comedians and other celebrities whose popularity is used to dupe fans into downloading viruses and other malicious software. Fans searching for Lily Collins and "downloads," "free app downloads" and "nude pictures" run the highest risk of landing on a website designed to steal passwords or other personal information, McAfee reported.
August 12, 2013 | By Glenn Whipp
Join Linda Cardellini, Emmy nominated for her guest turn this season on "Mad Men," in a live video chat today at 1 p.m. Pacific time. Cardellini's appearance as Sylvia Rosen, Don Draper's downstairs neighbor, who enjoys (well ... except for the guilt ... and when Sally catches them in the act) a torrid affair with the advertising executive, might have come as a surprise to fans who know the actress from Paul Feig's coming-of-age cult classic "Freaks and Geeks" or her long stint as nurse Samantha Taggart on "ER. " But Cardellini has been mixing it up in her career for years (she played Velma in two "Scooby Doo" movies, for crying out loud)
August 8, 2013 | By Glenn Whipp
When judging acting performances, Emmy voters aren't considering seasons or story arcs or multiple episodes or whether the actor ignored/embraced them the last time they found themselves at the valet station together. At least, they're not supposed to be taking these things into consideration. They are voting solely on the one episode submitted on the actor's behalf. That's it. And by that criteria, there's really only one choice for this year's lead actor drama Emmy: "Mad Men's" Jon Hamm.
July 18, 2013 | By Eric Pincus
Jon Hamm, star of "Mad Men" on AMC, skewered Dwight Howard during his opening monologue while hosting "The ESPYs" on Wednesday. "Dwight Howard recently announced he was leaving the Lakers to play for the Houston Rockets," said Hamm.  "He's leaving L.A.; I guess it looks like he finally found a way to help the Lakers win. " Hamm then introduced a video montage to honor the departing center. "We thought it would be nice to honor Dwight Howard by taking a look at his greatest moments as a Laker," said Hamm.
July 18, 2013 | By Glenn Whipp
Series newcomers Kevin Spacey ("House of Cards") and Jeff Daniels ("The Newsroom") joined returnees Jon Hamm ("Mad Men"), Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"), Damian Lewis ("Homeland") and Hugh Bonneville ("Downton Abbey") as Emmy nominees in the lead actor in a drama category. Spacey, a two-time Oscar-winner, received a nod for his portrayal of the string-pulling congressman in Netflix's first-year drama "House of Cards. " It's Spacey's second Emmy acting nomination, following a nom for the 2008 HBO movie "Recount.
July 16, 2013 | By Yvonne Villarreal
TV is the new black for film gentry. Once regarded as a purgatory for serious actors and producers, television has been attracting top-tier movie talent on both sides of the camera for years thanks in no small part to the deep character studies encouraged by cable networks. And this year's Primetime Emmy nominations, which roll out early Thursday morning, may underscore the point as never before. Film stars Kevin Spacey, Jane Fonda, Jeff Daniels, Shirley MacLaine, Holly Hunter, Al Pacino, Helen Mirren, Michael Douglas, Matt Damon and Kevin Bacon, as well as respected filmmakers David Fincher, Steven Soderbergh and Jane Campion are just some of the cinema-tilted talent in line to get the early morning wake-up call late this week.
June 14, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
John Stamos says his "Full House" costar and on-screen wife Lori Loughlin could have been "the one that got away. " Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky? Quick, someone start playing "Forever" ! Stamos, 49, who now plays head of a sports and entertainment conglomerate in USA's "Necessary Roughness," admitted that he always had a thing for his costar, 48, but the "timing was always off," he told HuffPost Live. PHOTOS: Family TV: Kid-tested, parent-approved When he wasn't talking about losing his virginity, appearing in a gay publication with "Mad Men's" Jon Hamm, his Greek pride or how he'd revamp the Huffington Post's homepage, Stamos did talk about the sitcom, which aired from 1987 to 1995 and jump-started his career, and his relationship with his costar.
May 5, 2013 | By Claire Zulkey
If Jennifer Aniston's ears were burning Saturday night, and then burning some more and then more, off and on for several minutes straight, it was probably due to one of the stranger sketches from “Saturday Night Live”: a Jennifer Aniston look-alike contest. After kicking off the bit with a falsetto rendition of “You Are So Aniston to Me,” Jason Sudeikis announced that host Zach Galifianakis' character came in eighth and last place in the contest, news that Galifianakis greeted with fury, clad in a long wig and a “Friends” shirt.
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