Backwards runs drama until reels the mind.
The real-life husband and wife wrestle with adultery … and Pinteresque pauses … on Broadway.
Let them live.
They will star in a Mike Nichols production of Harold Pinter's Betrayal.
It's cute because they're married.
The earnest, rational, slightly unknowable Weisz gets to be a bad girl again in Oz the Great and Powerful.
He wants a raise, while the studio wants a cut.
Scarlett Johannson hogs all the styles, Oprah flashes her diamonds, and Damian Lewis hides his hickies in the roundup of this month's glossy-mag portraits.
Like: Rihanna over Beyoncé.
And it's on track for the biggest overall haul.
Sam Mendes sends 007 into a battle that’s not just Bondian — it’s Oedipal, it’s biblical. And it’s absolutely thrilling.
George Clooney Casts Cate Blanchett, Daniel Craig, Bill Murray, Jean Dujardin, and the Rest of Hollywood in His WWII Movie
D. Craig, B. Murray, C. Blanchett, J. Dujardin, B. Balaban — so many actors.
He loves "Skyfall."
Sean Connery still gets our vote.
Sometimes dramatic actors don't make the best hosts.
Live from New York, it's 007!
Roger Moore approves.
He has "the best build of any Bond."
Last night's Olympics opening ceremony was a big moment for Daniel Craig.
007 is finally back.
It played like the longest, weirdest, most Anglophilic Oscar-night production number ever.
Get a look at the new Bond movie, directed by Sam Mendes.
Looking good, 007.
Sorry, Shanghai, but North America wants 007 back!
Or: How to Wear a Suit.