And get this: It's good!
And get this: It's good!
The actor talks about last night's drama, Hank's psychological problems, and when we'll get back to comedy.
"This 'Nightmare' is darker than the ones that preceded it, but it's probably a great date movie, too."
"We’ve been living in that model for 30 years, and I think we need to move into a new model."
The director talks about going darker with the film, keeping Freddy's original look, and having nightmares of his own.
The manners expert talks Jill Zarin, Ramona's "crazy eyes," and where to meet a classy guy.
Plus: an exclusive stream of "Motorlicker"!
Has she ever let any women tie her down?
The actors and friends talk long-term relationships, exhibitionism, and taking onscreen risks.
“A giraffe may not actually be a miracle according to the books. But let me tell you something — a giraffe is a miracle.”
The rapper turned actor talks about his new documentary, the connection between marketing and hip-hop, and playing pickup with Snoop Dogg.
The comedian and writer made his first major appearance, but he insists it wasn't his master plan.
The 'Sex and the City' star talks about gaining weight for a role, the true colors of famous male actors, and seeing Brian Dennehy’s balls.
"I did leave off a few songs that maybe had better melodies than these."
The director talks about America's changing tastes, why it's hard to get a film in theaters, and working with a young David Simon.
The writer/director/actor says he no longer responds to online criticism, so don't get your hopes up.
The former 'Friend' talks about her new movie, her new TV show, and her new web show. She's a busy lady.
The Real Housewife talks to us about Jill, Bethenny, and her grand life renewal.
Today's his birthday!
Also: "[Guttenberg's] attitude and his personality in that movie inspired me to want to act."
"I don’t know, man. Quincy Jones, man, that’s the dude! I’m not the dude."
The actor talks about the pleasures of Broadway versus TV, trying not to laugh when Jane Lynch gets up in his face, and his feelings on shirtlessness.
"This is the start of the house cleaning ... They can pretty much start picking us off as we approach the end."
The director talks about 'The Secret in Their Eyes,' learning the lessons on Argentina's past, and how his movie is like 'Law & Order: SVU' "on steroids."
The director speaks about losing his longtime partner, working with Paul Newman, and his place in the industry.