Neil Patrick Harris

‘How I Met Your Mother’ Revival Under Consideration at FOX
‘How I Met Your Mother’ Revival Under Consideration at FOX
No one would argue that How I Met Your Mother was thoroughly (and painfully) concluded over nine seasons, so much so that CBS thought better of continuing the franchise with a spinoff. Well, in case you needed to know what Ted, Robin, Barney, Marshall and Lily have been up to in the last three years, FOX is at least entertaining the idea of a revival.
First Look at Neil Patrick Harris’ Olaf in Netflix ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’
First Look at Neil Patrick Harris’ Olaf in Netflix ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’
It’s taken some time to get off the ground, but at last Netflix’s take on Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events has gone before cameras. With it, prying eyes have obtained our first look at Neil Patrick Harris made up as the dastardly Count Olaf, along with a number of other freakish-looking favorites.
Netflix ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’ Confirms Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf
Netflix ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’ Confirms Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf
It’s been months since we learned Netflix’s take on Lemony Snicket’s Series of Unfortunate Events might have scored Neil Patrick Harris in the larger-than-life role of Count Olaf, enough that we’ve lost a showrunner since, and only now do we know for sure. The How I Met Your Mother star will indeed join the new Netflix series, putting on his best malevolently wacky.
10 ‘American Horror Story’ Facts to Take to the Grave
10 ‘American Horror Story’ Facts to Take to the Grave
FX and Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story may reinvent itself each year, but did you know that each season shares at least some major connection? Or that major alum from The Walking Dead and Nine Inch Nails have worked behind the scenes? Lock your doors, and hide under the bed, the 26th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?’ visits the Murder House for some frightful facts of FX’s American Horror Story!
‘Gone Girl’ Review: David Fincher’s Sleazy Prestige Film
‘Gone Girl’ Review: David Fincher’s Sleazy Prestige Film
Throughout David Fincher’s adaptation of ‘Gone Girl,’ it was almost as if my subconscious was telling me that this movie shouldn’t be as good as what I was watching. That’s not a slam on Gillian Flynn’s novel (obviously; I haven’t read it), it’s just that the book is presented in such a unique way, which would at least seem almost impossible to pull off – just in a basic book vs. movie sort of way. Look, I understand that this following statement can be said about most movies, but in a less capable director’s hands – and with a less capable cast -- this movie could have easily have been garbage. Actually, this movie should have been garbage.