Boardwalk Empire is getting so good, you guys. Last night’s episode made me wonder once again what we, the TV-watching public, did to get to watch a fucking Martin Scorcese movie written by Terrence Winter (the same guy who wrote much of The Sopranos) every week. (SPOILERS, OBVI.) More
Topic: Boardwalk Empire
Since Hurricane Sandy and the mayor’s office canceled the NYC marathon tomorrow, there’s a good chance these seven celebrities are available to hang out. More
Misconceptions about New Jersey have spread like herpes in a whorehouse. In celebration of Made In Jersey, another new New Jersey show, let’s try to set some of the facts straight, shall we? More
With the new show Made In Jersey premiering tonight, why not point your face at a television and absorb some true facts about the Dirty Jerz? Who has time for books or the internet anymore? More
Modern Family, take note: This is how you have a cute cast moment at the SAG Awards. Michael Pitt cracks a joke, only for his on-screen son Brady Noon to tease him for being unprofessional. More
Four shows on premium television are currently exploring plot lines involving incest. Is it mere coincidence, or is there something else going on here? (WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD.) More
Holy shit, you guys. Last night’s season finale of Boardwalk Empire was such a game-changer, I don’t even know where to begin. But did it change the game for the better? (SPOILERS AHEAD, OBVIOUSLY.) More
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Lingerie brand Agent Provocateur has given Paz de la Huerta the role of a lifetime in this new ad: they’ve allowed to to “accidentally” slip out of her clothing over and over again. Which is, of course, what the Boardwalk Empire star is best at. More
This is advertising we can get behind — especially since it’s in our city! To promote the second season of Boardwalk Empire, HBO went above and beyond just posters in the subway station: They’ve got a vintage 1920s subway train that will run along the 2/3 stop throughout New York City on weekends in September. More
Yesterday, Vulture premiered the first poster for the new season of prohibition drama Boardwalk Empire. And all the characters looked so intensely thoughts that we couldn’t help but wonder what could have been going on inside those heads. So we edited the poster with what we imagine was being pondered when this photo was taken. More
This is Vincent Piazza from Boardwalk Empire — you know, that show you spent eight hours of your life trying so hard to like, until finally you realized, “You know what? I have free will and, frankly, this series is boring so I’m not going to watch it. I’m just going to shut it off and read a book. A celebrity biography, maybe.” And then you walked around all huffy for two days, with a sense of moral superiority. Am I projecting?
Anyway, Vincent Piazza plays the character Lucky Luciano in Boardwalk, and he’s totally dating Ashlee Simpson: the two have been spotted making out all over town. Not a bad rebound if we say so ourselves. More
Columnist Andy Greenwald’s piece “The HBO Actor Recycling Program” is funny, especially when you look at the chart detailing the 66 actors who have had at least 3 major parts on an HBO program since 1997′s Oz, but it also introduces a troubling idea: When actors get typecast, it diminishes the viewing experience for us viewers because we often can predict the twists and reveals related to their new characters.