If yesterday's NKOTB-'90210' double dose of nineties nostalgia somehow wasn't enough for you, we have good news!
Roald Dahl: "One of the biggest cocksmen in America."
Both Cher and Johnny Depp have pooh-poohed rumors about their playing Catwoman and the Riddler.
Pretty badly, we bet!
Some bloggers think so!
If the fall lineup is as bad as everybody expects, the NBC wunderkind could be spending even more time out of the office.
Seriously, though, wouldn't this be great?
Radiohead are Webcasting a concert tonight at the same time as Obama's speech, pretty much guaranteeing a Republican victory in November.
In a bid to sell more albums, artists are refusing to sell albums on iTunes.
Drug addict? Abusive father? Wha?
For reasons unknown, Todd Solondz is making a sequel to his squirmy 1998 movie.
Does it really represent an artist 'in a state of profound crisis,' or does it look like Kermit?
No one can agree!
Twenty-seven-year-old blogger Kevin Cogill of Culver City, California, has been arrested on suspicion of violating federal copyright laws.
The 'Observer' stakes a claim for the Apatow supporting player.
An Australian Ph.D. student won a science prize for an asteroid-diverting technique rejected in Bay's 'Armageddon.'
Yep, everybody's copying Ben Silverman.
It's spooky and awesome and turns the 'Scott Pilgrim' conceit on its ear!
UA is being sued over an apparent botched assassination plot on some of the movie's extras.
According to a poorly sourced report in an unreliable British fishwrap, she'll play the villain as a 'vamp in her twilight years.'
We liked the line about Woody fracturing 'certain key teeth' on the floor.
Okay, not the photo of Bryan Batt. But the rest of them!
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!
In the wake of David Cook's baffling victory, the show is increasing its critical component.
Sadly, Evan Bayh's 'Argentina's Economic Crisis: Hearing Before the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, U.S. Senate' wasn't so lucky.