Plus: Channing Tatum to play Captain America too.
"If they want to poke fun at 'Avatar' Sunday, that's okay by me."
A show producer was worried that Cameron might storm out of the broadcast on live TV.
The Academy "swatted it down" because he would've been "too big of a wild card."
Pete Rose has a pretty reasonable excuse for not wanting to eat sushi off a naked man's body.
Terrorists: "We reserve the right to respond in the way we find suitable against this man. The movie was part of a conspiracy against the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade."
The movie had a soft No. 1 opening over the weekend — but charges from the first 'Brüno' lawsuit have been dropped.
But will it help or hurt business?
'Newsweek' today has the details of how the scene was shot, which sort of makes the crowd's reaction seem slightly less spontaneous.
Baron Cohen stacks the deck relentlessly and hammers some easy targets, but the homophobia rarely erupts.
If you've seen one Bruno talk-show appearance, you've basically seen them all.
They definitely had dinner.
Movieline reveals the planned ending that was scrapped in favor of something slightly better.
Plus: Daniel Radcliffe breaks down his acting techniques.
"We decided to take it out for tonight, and we'll reassess before the release whether to keep it out," says director Larry Charles.
This, for some reason, does not sound crazy to us.