Why Lena Dunham Now Avoids Twitter, But Not Politics: 'Gi

March 9, 2015 4:42 PM

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Why Lena Dunham Now Avoids Twitter, But Not Politics: 'Gi

Now halfway through its fourth season on HBO, the ever-controversial "Girls" drew crowds of fans for a screening of its newest episode and panel discussion at this year's PaleyFest. In attendance were executive producers Judd Apatow, Ilene S. Landress, Jenni Konner, and Bruce Eric Kaplan, as well as cast members Allison Williams (Marnie), Andrew Rannells (Elijah), Alex Karpovsky (Ray), and of course, the auteur and creative force driving it all, Lena Dunham (Hannah).

Apatow opened the discussion by addressing Lena Dunham's relatively quick rise to fame, following the critical acclaim of her first feature "Tiny Furniture" prior to her work on "Girls." When asked about her stability among so much positive and negative commentary, Dunham said, "our focus remains on...

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