Jennifer Lawrence is an ace actress, but the 23-year-old couldn't hide her disdain when a red carpet reporter completely spoiled a huge "Homeland" twist at the SAG Awards.
The "American Hustle" star was already on edge since Damian Lewis - who plays the duplicitous Brody on "Homeland" - was conducting an interview just a few feet away.
We have to warn those of you who haven't seen the second season of "Homeland" in its entirety that this sneak peek may not be for you.
If you can't stand spoilers, trust us - it's better to finish watching season two and then get a taste of what's to come.
But for those all caught up, steel yourselves - this trailer is nothing but sad.
Television producer and writer Henry Bromell, who was part of the team that picked up an Emmy for Showtime's "Homeland", has died, CNN's confirmed.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Bromell passed away Monday at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, California, at the age of 65.
Hollywood's stylists clearly worked overtime for the Golden Globes, as the red carpet was filled with stunners - from show hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to "The Master" actress Amy Adams to "Scandal" star Kerry Washington.
But all eyes were on new mom Claire Danes, who walked the red carpet in a red gown a month after giving birth to her first child with Hugh Dancy.
[Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the December 16 episode of Showtime's "Homeland."]
The final episode of season two opened with Carrie and Brody bringing groceries in to the Mathison family cabin. The pair, finally a (kinda sorta) couple, remarked about how eerily familiar the cabin setting was, except this time there weren't any secrets between them.
Little did they know that Quinn was tailing Brody.
[Editor's Note: If you have yet to watch a single episode of "Homeland," skip this post - some spoilers may be included below.]
With President Obama being a professed fan of Showtime's Emmy-winning hit "Homeland," series star Damian Lewis thought he'd sign the season 1 DVD set with a clever joke.
But what the 41-year-old English actor came up with has left him hoping the POTUS also has an ironic sense of humor, as he recently told Brit TV host Jonathan Ross.
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