Eddie Murphy claims he's done making movies. We just wish he'd make a good one.
MacFarlane is launching a series of noisy Webisodes that will probably scare the living daylights out of you while you're trying to surf the Internet.
Abrams said he'd do a 'Cloverfield' sequel if he could come up with a good enough idea. So far, no luck!
Dirty Projectors' Dave Longstreth makes you a playlist to enjoy while sitting in a park.
Dunder Mifflin's Scranton regional manager has re-upped his contract for another three years.
Possible proof that all the world's newsmakers are on vacation this week.
It has a mid-song rap!
The follow-up to 'Southland' tales has been pushed back all the way to September 2009.
Does Shaq's freestyle herald a new era in open-source summer-song creation?
Surely this will be the greatest-ever thing to come from the Star Wars universe, right?
It's a long shot that this tune will even get a single spin on Z100, but "Constructive Summer" has a lot to offer.
Finally, the Hoff goes Web 2.0.
Not long ago, on a Website far, far away...
Only 13 million people watched the Jonas Brothers movie over the weekend — are they over?
We can't be the only ones who had that reaction upon seeing the 'Times Magazine''s splashy 'Mad Men' cover story.
Smith's new movie is allegedly in danger of an NC-17 rating, and we're sure he's thrilled.
The Romanian Cultural Institute flew in three graffiti artists to cover the gallery walls in brightly colored manimals, serpents, and slogans.
Created last year by artist Rob Conger, the 56-by-36-inch piece is made of woven acrylic yarn.
Since he promised to have it ready for Cannes 2009, that gives him about ten months to cast, shoot, and edit two movies.
The faraway rumblings have now become ominous, earthshaking footsteps as the tuneful, three-headed monster that is the Jonas Brothers arrives at America's doorstep.
Archuleta will not be returning to his Murray, Utah, high school for his senior year.
New, allegedly finished versions of nine songs have leaked — could a release date be close? No.
'People' hilariously implies that Cook is fit to stand alongside such highly coveted single gentlemen as Bret Michaels and Britney Spears's brother.
It looks like Anne Hathaway and Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson are about to get in a hair-pulling slap fight over who gets to rip their Steve Carell from the arms of his wife.
It's a summery ode to Kellz's inexhaustible virility (as usual), enhanced by an Auto-Tune for which T-Pain is, happily, in no way responsible.