- James Woods Is Suing a Twitter User for $10 Million for Calling Him a "Cocaine Addict" Us Weekly - 26 minutes ago
James Woods is suing a Twitter user by the name of Abe List for defamation over a derogatory tweet suggesting the actor's a "cocaine … More »James Woods Is Suing a Twitter User for $10 Million for Calling Him a "Cocaine Addict"
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"Game of Thrones" likely has three seasons left in the tank, but is there an interest in a prequel series after the battle for the Iron Throne is done? It's a question AccessHollywood.com put to HBO Programming President Michael Lombardo during the HBO Executive Session at the Television Critics Association Tour on Thursday, …
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HBO Programming President Michael Lombardo defended “True Detective” Season 2 to a roomful of TV critics on Thursday, when he also said he’d be open to a third season. “I think Nic Pizzolatto is one of the best writers working in television today,” Lombardo said. … He’s a bold storyteller,” Lombardo added.
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The end of “Game of Thrones” is in sight. HBO programming president Michael Lombardo predicted Thursday that the Emmy-winning fantasy series will likely end after its eighth season. “Obviously we’re shooting season six now, hopefully discussing seven,” Lombardo said Thursday at the Television Critics Association summer …
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