The 'Freakonomics' guys think they know better than Vulture how their book should be adapted into a Drew Barrymore movie.
Which self-help guides, social-philosophy manuals, or Business 2.0 bibles might provide premises for Barrymore's upcoming romantic comedies?
"It's [expletive] distracting!"
Plus: Miley Cyrus combats the charges that she isn't an authentic headbanger.
Plus: Evidently Kristen Stewart is playing Joan Jett.
And Gwyneth, Keira ,and Naomi are set to play Lear's daughters.
You can re-create sand dunes, but you can't re-create tax breaks.
Plus: A hip-hop 'Emma' is coming to the screen, Leslie Mann escapes the Apatow Comedy-Industrial Complex, and 'Brigadoon' is headed to Broadway.
Plus Vanessa Hudgens, fellas, relax.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present an excerpt from Shazam: The Monster Society of Evil, a rousing all-ages adventure by Jeff Smith, the creator of Bone, out this week from DC Comics.
After three weeks of throat-clearing, Heroes finally remembered why we watch it last night.
With his anchorman’s diction, alpaca baritone, and twinkling teeth, Brian Stokes Mitchell exudes the sort of confidence that would shame a comic-book hero.
The Catholic League and the National Secular Society argue about why New Line's fantasy franchise is offensive.
Plus industry news on Tobey Maguire, Sarah Jones, and Steven Seagal!
Yesterday, Website ComingSoon.net obtained the complete top-secret list of all the films (and their attached directors) that will soon be stinking up a theater near you … Which movies will suck the most?
Can you smell what the Rock is cooking? It's another crappy movie!
You’re all going to die — gruesomely! No, seriously, it’s gonna be really gross.
Foxy Brown, Jerry Bruckheimer, and Roland Emmerich!
Plus industry news on Adam Rapp, Van Halen, and He's Just Not That Into You.
Plus industry news on Pal Joey, Drew Barrymore, and Lil Jon.