Plus: Be in Kevin Smith's new movie!
A look back at the year in Harry Potter.
Think of the intensity of the scream he gave in Little Miss Sunshine but amplified by twenty and sustained for nearly three hours.
Every week between now and January 22, Vulture's Oscar Futures will listen to insider gossip, comb the Oscar blogs, and out-and-out guess when necessary to track who's up, who's down, and who's currently leading the race for a coveted nomination.
Exit Art's "Love/War/Sex" exhibition, up at the gallery through January 26, paints quite the chilling wartime image/S&M fantasy complete with real-life weaponry, netting, video works, and submissive statues.
We like Randy Newman and everything, but come on!
The Juno screenwriter takes on the magazine feature so cursed that even Dalton Ross can't make it fun.
Everything Ellen Page says is charming and adorable!
Music industry analyst Perez Hilton is reporting that Universal Music Group record labels Interscope and Geffen merged their staffs, eliminating the jobs of about 60 people.
Plus quotes from Wesley Snipes, Tavis Smiley, and Paul McCartney.
Heath Ledger looks like he might exceed even our admittedly high expectations, and after just these two minutes we're quite ready to declare him the greatest-ever Batman movie villain.
He made his name upchucking McNuggets out the driver's side of an automobile — now has documentarian Morgan Spurlock discovered the whereabouts of the mastermind behind the September 11 attacks? Probably not!
For this month's New York by New York event, our friends at UCBT have combined the best and worst aspects of office holiday parties into one hilarious night.
This novel starts with a twist: The Gardaí (Irish cops) have their mad, blood-soaked killer; they just have to sort out whom he killed.
Might I Am Legend star Will Smith's increasingly erratic behavior cost him the Academy Award that, let's be honest, he was never going to win, not in a million years?
Mark Webber and Catalina Sandino Moreno deliver a kind of Linklaterian and surprisingly self-immolating take on how not to break up.
Two Times obits, but they shared one soul.
In Two Flags, Israeli artist Rona Yefman reimagines conflict in the Middle East as a Capture the Flag–like game. We'd imagine whoever is standing at the bottom of this stairwell is, well, totally screwed.
Plus: News about Ang Lee!
Drew Heriot, director of The Secret, is currently working on an adaptation of the Aquarian Gospel to be "shot using actors and computer animation like 300."
At long last, it is raining babes for Matt Saracen, also known as “QB1,” which is Texan for “starting quarterback.” Julie is dragging her broken heart around, wondering why she ever pushed him away ('cause he’s dull and predictable, that’s why, Julie).
Black Friday is nearly upon us, but why bother going to some horrible, overcrowded mall when you can purchase the most perfect all-purpose holiday gift online?
Plus: Quotes from Lupe Fiasco and Mindy Kaling!
SNL's crew gets laid off, etc.