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(Don't) Look Away!: A Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 1 review.


Developed by: Barry Sonnenfeld.

Starring: Neil Patrick Harris, Patrick Warburton, Malina Weissman, Louis Hynes, K. Todd Freeman, Presley Smith, Joan Cusack, Alfre Woodard, Catherine O’Hara, Rhys Darby, Will Arnet, Cobie Smulders. 636 more words

TV

Neil Patrick Harris Shuts Down Actor James Woods' Homophobic Tweet: 'Utterly Ignorant'

Neil Patrick Harris acts for many people as a role model in the LGBTQ+ community in addition to his stage, on-screen, and musical roles — so it comes as no surprise that when he sees bigotry and homophobia, he does what he can to combat it. 401 more words

Entertainment

"HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER" - First Meeting

“HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER: – First Meeting

I just recent saw the (1.01) “Pilot” episode of “HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER”, which ended with fifty-two year-old Ted Mosby making the following declaration: 242 more words

Essay

Neil Patrick Harris Slams Heartless James Woods’ Tweet Mocking ‘Gender Creative’ Child

On Monday, Actor James Wood shocked and offended people with his opinionated derogatory comments that he posted to his Twitter page.

The actor’s post was regarding a picture of a young kid who at the Orange County Pride Parade in California. 345 more words

WTF

'Utterly Ignorant': Neil Patrick Harris Calls Out James Woods Over Tweet About Young Boy

LOS ANGELES (CBS13) – “How I Met Your Mother” actor Neil Patrick Harris called out another Hollywood actor over an insensitive joke tweeted over the weekend. 229 more words

News

Harold & Kumar: Escape from Guantanamo Bay (2008)

Duration 1h 44m Rating (UK) 18 Source of story The characters and style of the presentation from earlier movies in the franchise Writer/s Script 185 more words
2000s

Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography

Choose Your Own Autobiography
by Neil Patrick Harris
(memoir)

This book is an amusing memoir for two main reasons: one, the subject matter; two, the style in which it was told. 279 more words

Book Review