"How many Oscars winners have said the line 'Go ahead, make me gay' in a movie?"
Gay fantasies: commence.
The crew of the Albert Hughes thriller was sent home today.
Gerard Butler has a new nemesis.
And you said Adrien Brody couldn't be a model! (Remember when you said that?)
He plays a substitute teacher at a failing public school.
Art second, parties first.
"No. 6: That goddamn credit, get it."
He plays a guy trapped in a totaled car.
He sues to stop the release of 'Giallo' because he says the producers ripped him off.
Plus: Lea Michele will give up sleep to play Fanny Brice.
Plus: Betty White cast in 'Breaking Dawn.'
See the stars on the red carpet (and Giorgio Armani's yacht) in today's slideshow.
Plus: Fox and Disney announce competing versions of '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.'
She is a "strangely beautiful ... nightmare."
"Science's newest miracle ... is a mistake."
Who we're betting gets signed, which bands are forming their own sound, and Verne Troyer.
It doesn't look half-bad! But we liked 'Aliens.'
Plus: Samuel L. Jackson! Chevy Chase! CBS Network TV Entertainment Group president Nancy Tellem!
Plus: Shaq does comedy.
Rian Johnson, director of 'The Brothers Bloom,' tells us why the phrase "too clever for your own good" just "drives me insane."
Despite an awesome cast, 'Cadillac Records' still doesn't quite feel like the spiritual sequel to 'Dreamgirls' that it was likely intended to be.
Plus: Zac Efron's 'Footloose' gets fast-tracked!
Plus: Colin Farrell signs on for 'Triage' and Jermaine Dupri signs on to run a hilarious new record label.