If Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events was going to hire Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf, chances are they’d find a way to let him shine out from under all that makeup. Listen to Count Olaf sing (and look away), as Harris performs the dreadfully Unfortunate theme song for our new Lemony Snicket series.
Even as early set photos of Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events gave a quick look at Neil Patrick Harris’ Count Olaf, the dastardly villain was nowhere to be seen in the first teaser. No longer, as a new trailer and photos reveal the latest Lemony Snicket interpretation in all its frightful glory!
Lest you think Iron Fist would be the only major Netflix announcement today, Lemony Snicket and his Series of Unfortunate Events have some good … well, unfortunate news for you. Not only is the new adaptation set for a January premiere, you can watch the first teaser right now!
It’s taken some time to get off the ground, but at last Netflix’s take on Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events has gone before cameras. With it, prying eyes have obtained our first look at Neil Patrick Harris made up as the dastardly Count Olaf, along with a number of other freakish-looking favorites.
Reactions were mixed to 'How I Met Your Mother''s latest installment on the road to Barney and Robin's wedding, but the pair will conclusively tie the not in the March 31 series finale, come hell or high water. We still have a few episodes in between, but take a look at the first photos of the long-awaited nuptials that will introduce Ted to his own future bride!
As if 'How I Met Your Mother' hadn't been under enough criticism in its ninth and final season, the most recent installment "Slapsgiving 3: Slappointment in Slapmarra" seemed to highlight several surprisingly racist Asian stereotypes that have appropriately caused an uproar. Following the controversy, series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas have reached out to apologize for the offe
Neil Patrick Harris definitely had a lot of fun in the sun while on his recent Mexican vacation with his family -- so much fun, in fact, that he documented his margarita binge-drinking in a series of hilarious Instagram photos posted yesterday, Jan. 6.
Thought Neil Patrick Harris would open the 2013 Emmy Awards ceremony with a lavish musical number? Well, that didn't happen ... yet. Instead, Harris' opening sketch was an depiction of what most of us were probably all doing the week before -- binge watching every series.
The fact that Neil Patrick Harris and longtime partner David Burtka want to get married is reason enough to support the Supreme Court's Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) ruling. And according to the pair, who have twins via surrogate, it's only a matter of time before they stroll down the aisle together.