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After a string of “Girls” imitations hit the web, Lena Dunham is speaking her mind to let the sources know that she is not happy.
The creator of the hit HBO series took to Twitter after reports claimed that Hustler is releasing a parody of the show titled “This Ain't Girls XXX.”
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Hard at work on the new season of her hit HBO series, Lena Dunham filmed in New York City on Thursday (May 2).
The "Girls" star wore a denim jacket, brown shirt, pink pants, and flats as she grabbed a cool beverage between scenes.
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Getting into shape while filming her hit show, Allison Williams ran on the set of "Girls" in Chinatown in New York City on Wednesday (May 1).
The daughter of news anchor Brian Williams looked cute in a black jacket, purple workout tights, and pink sneakers as she ran along with her earbuds in.
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Nearing the end of a long week full of work, Lena Dunham shot new scenes for "Girls" in New York City on Thursday (April 25).
The 26-year-old creator of the HBO series looked casually chic for her day on set in a black and gold pattern dress, blue cardigan and black ankle boots as she toted breakfast back to her trailer.
Keeping busy with her constant filming schedule, Lena Dunham shot scenes for "Girls" in New York City on Wednesday (April 24).
The show creator/star looked flirty for her day on set in a colorful dress and trucker hat with the words "birthday bit**" embellished on it.
Taking a break from filming, Lena Dunham made her way around the New York City set of "Girls" on Tuesday (April 23).
The 26-year-old comedian kept her look casual in a black Patagonia jacket, skinny jeans and sneakers as headed back to her trailer.
He became a well-liked component of the “Girls” crew as ‘Charlie,’ but now Christopher Abbott has resigned his gig with the popular HBO program.
According to a report, things between Abbott and series creator/star Lena Dunham have been tense as of late, eventually causing Christopher to throw in the towel.
After its continued success, HBO granted its hit series “Girls” a third season.
Earlier this afternoon (January 24), Lena Dunham revealed the news on Alec Baldwin’s podcast, saying, “We're starting season three at the end of March. I'm so excited.”
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