There are cute dogs involved.
Plus: Joel McHale to join Anna Faris in 'Number.'
Plus: Oliver Stone to direct DiCaprio in 'McGee.'
Plus: Liam Hemsworth to star in 'Arabian Nights.'
Plus: Tom Cavanagh! 'True Blood'! Cartoons!
Plus: Bob Saget! Abigail Spencer! And more Anna Faris!
Plus: Justin Timberlake! Bradley Cooper! The new 'Daily Show'!
Sandra Bullock: "a catalog of old hip-hop tunes."
"You can't just make a movie full of fart sounds, you know?"
We assumed something in the movie would mitigate that uncomfortable sex scene. And then we saw the movie.
Plus: David Edelstein on 'Observe and Report,' Emily Nussbaum on spring television, and much, much more!
They've got a sweet spot for 'Arrested Development,' too.
Will Seth Rogen's gritty new mall-cop movie finally give us a realistic look at our mall-patrolling heroes?
Plus: Amy Adams dies and goes to Heaven, sort of.
Plus: 'Watchmen 2'?
Drug addict? Abusive father? Wha?
Plus: Anna Faris on the greatest love story ever told.
The 'Observer' stakes a claim for the Apatow supporting player.
If people will pay to see her in 'The House Bunny,' just imagine how much they'd like her in a movie that isn't terrible!
Plus: There are no camels in Tibet, but this guy will get you one, no problem.
Wait, is she really as good as Lucille Freaking Ball?
Plus: Colin Hanks describes New York TV as ‘cop and cougar shows,’ accurately.
Plus: Carrie Fisher's one-woman show is heading towards Broadway, and a producer options "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown."
Last Friday we reported on the news that Anna Faris's next film will be a biopic on porn star Linda Lovelace, jokingly noting "Her parents must be thrilled!" It turns out we were right.
Plus industry news on George Clooney, Sean Penn, and Peter Jackson.