Neil LaBute is back — and strikes back, too.
"I’d work with Nic [Cage] again in a heartbeat."
It's a return to stripped-down indie form.
Two new plays, 'The Coward' and 'Break of Noon,' embrace the tradition of lilly-liveredness.
Just sitting around, watching viral videos with Amy Sedaris...
How Drew Barrymore unwinds.
Plus: Joel McHale to join Anna Faris in 'Number.'
It's pretty much the same.
Which is unfortunate, because we wanted that relationship to last. Plus, Jim Cramer threatens to open up a can of whoop-ass on Jon Stewart, and more in our daily gossip roundup.
From next week's magazine, reviews of 'Rock of Ages,' 'Reasons to Be Pretty,' and 'Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them.'
Plus: Ricky Gervais explains the difference between him and Brad Pitt.
Was he just looking for a cash-in between theater projects? Why didn't he make a good one?
Plus: Stephin Merritt's Neil Gaiman musical is ready for the stage.
It's been worse; on the set of 'Dan in Real Life,' a makeup artist put Whitestrips on Pill's teeth without a word.