Plus: Robert Downey Jr. is a terrible futurist.
Plus: Ryan Adams declares war on dust mites.
Plus: Yep, they're doing a new 'Melrose Place.'
Plus: Denzel Washington signs up for a "post-apocalyptic drama"!
Plus: Quentin Tarantino finds his villain, and Eric Stoltz catches WWII fever!
Plus: Remember that horror movie Liv Tyler made about a month ago? She's making another one!
'This is so highbrow and so f--ing smart, I clearly need a college education to understand this movie,' says Robert Downey Jr.
To promote the movie, Paramount mailed out bobbleheads featuring the likenesses of the film's actors — at least we think that's who they're are.
Gwyneth, Chris Martin, and Guy Ritchie had lunch at Fresno in East Hampton sans Madonna. What could they have been talking about? Plus, Jill Zarin decided she hates "eye lockers," Peter Cook got a too shiny manicure, and more you missed if you weren't in the Hamptons this past weekend.
Who will win the Battle of Baker Street? Our money's on Downey.
Plus: Courteney Cox is joining the cast of a show that you totally forgot was still on the air.
Thomas Quasthoff now stands at just four feet tall, with severely underdeveloped legs and arms — and having fashioned himself one of the great bass baritones of the age.
Plus: Sam Raimi does Dennis Lehane and Iron Man secures the border.
Plus: Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt will try their damnedest to play Irishmen.
Favreau reportedly asked for a "modest bump" in his director's fee, then Marvel told him where to stick it.
Even though his movie's made $300 million, 'Iron Man' director Jon Favreau still isn't signed on for its already-announced sequel.
Plus: Chris Noth is Renée Zellweger's 'One and Only,' and the MTV Movie Awards cut to the chase.
"I had the dubious honor — hey Lorne — of being on probably the worst season of 'Saturday Night Live.'"
Plus, the Clintons may have a ghost for a neighbor, Nina Garcia goes to 'Marie Claire,' and Lindsay Lohan does shots!