Get your own phone case and take calls directly from Walt. Just maybe.
Puppy purses are out.
Who's scurrying to fire their publicists right now?
If you're a Radiohead fan that typically likes to see the most deserving person win in his or her respective Oscar category, then you were probably doubly disappointed by this morning's nominations.
The nominations are in!
Plus: Ryan Gosling as Jack Ryan?
Was it the Giants game or the promise of “Chocolate Rain” that drew the crowd to Greenpoint’s Club Europa last night?
J.J. Abrams' Manhattan-based monster drama Cloverfield earned a colossal $41 million at the box office this weekend, giving it the largest-ever January opening and Paramount's tenth-biggest debut in the studio's history.
Inevitably, certain episodes of a narrative series exist only as bridges to better (we hope!) future installments.
Can Letterman make up his long-standing ratings deficit when he can offer monologues and Top Ten lists while his competitor, presumably, can only offer an hour of Jaywalking?
The L.A. Times profiles "the next Tyler Perry," before his movie makes $30 million this time.
Plus industry news on Peter Berg, the Coen brothers, and Tyler Perry … in space!
In Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, The Office's Jenna Fischer plays Darlene Madison, winsome backup singer and love interest to John C. Reilly's titular Johnny Cash knockoff. But during the making of the film, Fischer says, it wasn't Cox she had to worry about — it was his ass.
Bay–area rap stages a comeback, thanks to one man's awesome mixtape cover.