Neil Jordan discusses the grand finale of The Borgias.
This mockumentary is narrated by Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons and tracks the “migration” of a plastic bag from a grocery store parking lot to the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch” in the Pacific Ocean.
Who will be the dominator of worlds? Destiny belongs to those who dare in Dungeons & Dragons, a thunderous fantasy adventure inspired by the popular role-play game. Thora Birch and Marlon Wayans are among the forces of good defending the Empire of Izmer from the diabolical grasp of mage Profion (Jeremy Irons). The past is prologue when the evil returns years later to avenge what transpired in Izmer. Can five young stalwarts thwart the fiendish traps, spectral ghouls and mighty armies of hell? The answer – and the thrilling spectacle – comes in Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God. Available on Blu-ray 2/15! For more information, check out http://bit.ly/esmFwu
Jeremy Irons worries about father-son marriages, Obama describes the BRAIN Initiative, and Francis Collins speculates about nerve endings.
Koko the talking gorilla conveys her sadness, and Jeremy Irons' anti-gay comments aren't offensive because he eventually wishes everybody well.
Bassanio (Joseph Fiennes) is a young aristocratic and finds himself deeply in debt. He has fallen for the beautiful Portia (Lynn Collins) and in order to win her love he thinks he will need a small fortune. Bassanio turns to his close friend Antonio (Jeremy Irons), a successful businessman, for financial help and since he cannot help, he turns to Shylock (Al Pacino), a Jewish money lender who lives in Venice's Semetic ghetto. Bassanio offers a pound of his flesh as collateral if he is unable to repay the loan Shylock gives him.
Alexander wants to make the Papacy a hereditary position.
Caterina Sforza plans for the seige of her city.
The SVU team await the trial of Darius Parker, Fin's ex-wife's son.
A look back at all the fun had on the set of HuffPost Live this week, including Jeremy Irons, Jada Pinkett Smith and Phil Jackson.
Sex columnist Dan Savage joins Josh on set to discuss Jeremy Irons' remarks about gay marriage and incest.
In a letter on his website, actor Jeremy Irons responded to his gay marriage remarks in a HuffPost Live interview earlier this week, saying his argument was 'mischievous' but 'nonetheless valid.'
In a letter on his website, actor Jeremy Irons responded to his gay marriage remarks in a HuffPost Live interview earlier this week, saying his argument was 'mischievous' but 'nonetheless valid.' Joining the conversation is the Editor of HuffPost Gay Voices Noah Michelson and our own Josh Zepps.
Jeremy Irons talks about how Rodrigo Borgia brought Rome back to life.