Plus: 'Fela!' moving to Broadway.
Plus: Rashida Jones, screenwriter.
Plus: alien mating.
"At times I was incapable of getting enough oxygen to get my lines out on stage."
Despite outrageous claims from producers that Jeremy Piven's departure would prevent the play from turning a profit, it's recouped its initial investment.
Great playwright David Mamet plugged 'Speed-the-Plow' like a maniac — why not 'American Buffalo'?
It didn't even last a week.
Plus: Yep, they're doing a new 'Melrose Place.'
It's official: 'American Buffalo' has the weirdest cast ever.
Plus: Yet another bastard joins 'Inglorious Bastards,' and James McAvoy to play a CGI gnome in most horrible movie ever.
Plus: Who will play opposite Jeremy Piven in the Broadway revival of 'Speed-the-Plow'?
Plus: Katherine Heigl as Caroline Jessop, and Robin Williams as the mayor of Providence.
Plus: Ang Lee goes to 'Woodstock,' David O. Russell runs off James Caan, and Judd Apatow blah blah next big comedy hit.
The question on everyone's mind at yesterday's rehearsal-day press meet-and-greet for David Mamet's coming Broadway election satire, November, was just how soon the strike would end. Peppy Nathan Lane predicted it would be over by this morning; he was wrong.
Plus: More Cloverfield crap!
Plus: What's Jeff Goldblum up to?
Plus industry news on Julia Roberts and Clive Owen, Meryl Streep and Julia Child, and Mulder and Scully.
Plus industry news on The-Dream, Duran Duran, and David Mamet.
Lavigne Sued Over "Girlfriend": Sixties power-pop band the Rubinoos sues Avril Lavigne, claiming her cheerleader-rock song "Girlfriend" sounds like their 1978 track "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend." Curiously, neither Toni Basil nor the Ramones, both of whom the song gloriously does rip off, are party to the suit.