Emily Mortimer

Emily Blunt, to borrow a phrase, is practically perfect in every way.
By Sunday he was back east, at the annual chairman's reception, addressing the crowd including Alex Gibney, Mariska Hargitay, Bob Balaban and many others.
Against a wall proclaiming "Make America Great Again" in blood red, an electric chair did not seem out of place. Not for
Bradley Cooper has been prepping for the role of Adam Jones in the film Burnt from the time he shucked oysters in a New Jersey
The series had its fair share of controversial episodes this season, including last week's campus rape storyline, which provided
Sorkin has the advantage of viewing reality in the rear-view mirror as he writes this show, so let me indulge in similar hindsight conclusion-making.
The new HBO faux-reality show, "Doll & Em," imagines what would happen if "Newsroom" actress Emily Mortimer hired her best friend Dolly Wells as her personal assistant. (Hint: It's awkward.) They join us live, along with filmmaker Azazel Jacobs.
Meet Doll and Em. Dolly Wells ("Bridget Jones's Diary") and Emily Mortimer ("The Newsroom") are real-life best friends and
In one episode of The Newroom's first season, Maggie and Jim make a field trip to Flounce, a would-be Manhattan boutique where shopgirl Lisa, their roommate and love, respectively, is helping a customer find a dress for the Tony Awards.
"The Newsroom" Season 2 is fast approaching (premieres Sun., July 14 at 10 p.m. ET on HBO) and we know a few of the recent
Heading into its second season, HBO's The Newsroom has been controversial since day one, and Adina Porter has been all the more thrilled to be involved as the sparks have flown.
In perhaps her most stunning performance yet, Emily Mortimer portrays Leonie Gilmour, the editor and mother of Isamu Noguchi, who travels the world in search of art and freedom.
By inserting a fictional cast into the framework of real-world events, Aaron Sorkin has provided both an outspoken opinion on American politics and a starting point for research into any number of financial and political issues facing the country.
The show has seen its share of criticism since premiering on June 24, with HuffPost TV's Maureen Ryan calling it "a dramatically
As all of Sorkin's work, there's enough drama and idealism to make this show watchable and even moderately addictive.
Everyone on this show seems pissed off all the time. They go on lengthy rants and sometimes take the entire episode to make their point.
HBO has renewed "The Newsroom" for a second season, shortly after the second episode of the debut season aired. "The Newsroom
I worried that I'd been too cynical and too hard on the show. But the second episode, "Newsnight 2.0," did not do much to bolster my hopes for "The Newsroom."
"The Newsroom," for the most part, has been reamed by critics. So, naturally, I dug it. Don't get me wrong, there are some parts that are maddening and frustrating, for sure, but there's nothing like it on television and Sorkin's words have clearly been missed on the small screen.