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McKinnon also tries to land a big part on Dunham's show 'Girls', and the Golden Globe-winning actress can't relinquish control to 'Saturday Night Live' crew.
The 'Girls' creator will write a four-part story for Archie Comic Publications' long-running comic strip.
Dunham says on Twitter that she is proud of Driver and is confident that her 'Girls' co-star is 'about to rip a hole in da force.'
The 'Girls' star, who will host 'SNL' on March 8, tweets, 'Can't wait to debut my character 'girl who googled serial killers all night and has lots to say'!'
The 'Girls' creator slams Jezebel for publishing unaltered images of her on Vogue, saying, 'They've made such a monumental error in their approach to feminism.'
The 'Girls' creator and star says she was 'sweetly dismissed from the one day' she acted on the HBO miniseries because she was having difficulty mastering her character's accent.
Dunham announces in an Instagram post that her first book, which is called 'Not That Kind of Girl', will be released on October 7.
Without mentioning the Photoshop controversy, the 'Girls' creator writes on Twitter, 'Some s**t is just too ridiculous to engage. Let's use our energy wisely, 2014.'
The creator of 'Girls' graces the cover of Vogue for its February issue and talks about sexuality and her personality in an interview for the spread.
Executive producers Judd Apatow and Jenni Konner hit back at a reporter at TCA winter press tour who questions the purpose of Lena Dunham getting naked a lot on the show.
The 'Girls' actress trashes the 'Nymphomaniac' star over his cloudy apology, and he reacts by deliberately ripping off her apology over a Halloween costume joke.
Dunham's Hannah opens up about what led her to 'this point' and that she has realized that 'I hold the keys to the prison that is my mind.'
Kirke manages to stay in character but Dunham breaks into giggles after they re-create the spanking scene.
'I wish I had a better attitude about the Girls porn parody,' the star and creator of the HBO comedy series tweets in reaction to the X-rated spoof called 'This Ain't Girls XXX'.
The 'Scary Movie 5' star wears no bra, sporting sultry looks in a black leather jacket and skimpy pants for a May edition of Maxim.