Sort of. That and more in our gossip roundup!
Here's what books Brian Williams, Arianna Huffington, and other media types are giving out this year.
Mehta spoke to Vulture from Toronto about Bollywood, Hollywood, magical realism, and the X-Men.
For what it's worth, we agree completely.
Sherry Jones's publisher was firebombed over her new novel; Salman Rushdie has some idea how this must feel.
He's much more mature than Mariah, who left her dog poop in front of Cavalli. Learn which other celebs can act like grown-ups in today's gossip roundup!
Sutherland vowed to eat his copy of Rushdie's novel if it didn't win the Booker — and now he's backing out!
Can anything beat the novel James Wood called 'one of the most remarkable postcolonial books I have ever read'?
It was a busy week, apparently, for whichever intern is in charge of hatchet-sharpening duties at the 'Times Book Review.'
On Friday, Salman Rushdie, Umberto Eco, and Mario Vargas Llosa read from their work and argued over which one is Aramis.
Just how hard is Salman Rushdie trying to break into showbiz?
The video to "Falling Down" might as well be the sequel to 'Lost in Translation' — and we like it.
So how did the author of 'The Satanic Verses' win the part of Hunt's obstetrician in her new movie?
Also, Barry Diller gets sued, Michelle Trachtenberg shows off her carb-eating skills, and Jade Jagger gets picky for Belvedere in our daily gossip roundup.