Whether you loved or hated ‘The Newsroom,’ the scene in the pilot was one that everyone was talking about — and now, here we are again.
Jeff Daniels brought back the epic Will McAvoy from The Newsroom for With All Due Respect, a video produced by Bloomberg TV; this time, instead of answering, “What makes America the greatest country in the world?,” he was asked to answer, “What makes Donald Trump the best case scenario for Hillary Clinton.” Trust me, just like the original, this is a must watch.
Every story needs a final word — and we’re guessing that will be from Will McAvoy. The official trailer for the final season of ‘The Newsroom’ came out on Oct. 3, and let’s just say it looks like another busy year for ACN.
The final season is almost here! The Newsroom returns to HBO in November, but luckily, the trailer gives us a look inside News Night to see all teh drama go down. While tackling real stories like the horrifying Boston Marathon bombing, we also see the personal lives once again. Will (Jeff Daniels) and Mac (Emily Mortimer) are adjusting to newly-engaged life, while Sloan (Olivia Munn) and Don (Thomas Sadowski) discuss the terms of their own relationships.
Jeff Daniels was beyond thrilled to win the Emmy for Best Actor on Sept. 22, but what really excited us was when he admitted exclusively to HollywoodLife that he was heading to Atlanta to begin filming ‘Dumb & Dumber 2!’
It’s a super busy time for Jeff Daniels. While season two of The Newsroom just wrapped, where he portrays anchor Will McAvoy, he’s now heading back to his roots to play Harry Dunn, in what he says will be a sequel to top the original.
‘Election Night: Part II,’ the season two finale of ‘The Newsroom’ was full of emotional resignations, a shocking kiss and an even more shocking proposal. Warning: spoilers ahead!
With relationships brewing in the ACN office on The Newsroom, the staff were trying to focus on the 2012 election, but were distracted by Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels), Charlie Skinner (Sam Waterston) and MacKenzie McHale (Emily Mortimer) trying to resign — leaving the whole senior staff ready to also leave the company.
‘The Newsroom’ star Alison looked amazing at the season 2 premiere party for the HBO show at The Paramount Studios in Hollywood, Calif. on July 10. We got a hairstylist to comment on the look so you can get it at home!
Alison Pill looked stunning rocking a slightly purple smokey eye, pink blush and sheer gloss at The Newsroom season 2 premiere red carpet, but we loved her hair above all else! Stylist Laura Hernandez from Assembly Salon in L.A. spoke to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY, explaining how YOU can get her look!
Tensions ran high on the Aaron Sorkin drama’s July 14 premiere, and we couldn’t get enough!
The Newsroom‘s second season premiere opened with Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) and the gang facing massive legal trouble in the wake of a story they ran, then retracted. The story: The U.S. used nerve gas in an operation called Operation Genoa and claimed the Pentagon tried to cover it up. And only through a series of flashbacks told to the legal team were we able to crack what really happened.
‘The Newsroom,’ premiering on HBO this Sunday, June 24, couldn’t be more the polar opposite of ‘The Kardashians’ and ‘Sister Wives.’
The Kardashians obsess over Khloe‘s DNA, Kris Jenner‘s ex lover and Scott Disick‘s need to party without Kourtney. But the characters that populate this mythical television newsroom, helmed by TV anchor Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) debate the future of America and the quality of television network news.