In a Diablo Cody–Jason Reitman team-up.
They talk Emmys and coach bellies.
Plus: Tommy Lee no longer least responsible member of his family.
The 'Jennifer's Body' co-workers sat down in a trailer to talk about each other's weight.
Plus: Soundgarden announces title and release date for new album.
Plus: Nicolas Cage exits Joel Schumacher thriller.
In which Cody brings guests inside her Airstream to discuss her "astonishing weight gain."
Plus: Robyn to burn down your house.
Plus: Bomer and Graynor join 'Number.'
The writer talks about what went wrong with season one, why it's harder to write TV than movies, and the pressure to do justice to 'Sweet Valley High.'
After the Nicholas Sparks adaptation opened with $30 million, Hollywood is finally learning that the female audience subdivides into multiple niches.
Plus: Hitler proves to be too irresistible for Oliver Stone to avoid.
Plus: John Cusack already sick of himself.
Plus: Zeta-Jones! Spielberg! 'Bring It On: The Musical!'
References to 9/11 and the Great White club fire in one scene? Edgy!
Plus: "My pinkie toes look like cashews."
From "delightful invented IM-speak" to "excruciating to listen to."
"I'd say to [director] Karyn [Kusama] 'What does that mean?' And she'd say, 'I don't know, but let's shoot it anyway.'"
Plus: Rose McGowan can finally hold a fork.
Plus: January Jones is trying to pack on the pounds.
"You need a mani bad, you should find a Chinese chick to buff your situation."
The network just passed on four high-profile pilots they ordered, leaving them in a development hole.
Plus: Chrisette Michele could've been Beyoncé, claims Chrisette Michele.
Honest to blog!
Plus: Yep, 'Melrose Place' is back.