David Ives talks to us about predestination, avoiding his schoolwork, and other crushworthy playwrights through the ages.
Only on VH1: On this excellently sleazy new show, Loveline's Dr. Drew struggles to put eight beyond-washed-up celebrities on the straight and narrow.
This final edition has been handsomely reprinted with an English translationit's an absolute (albeit pricey) must for any photography lover.
Plus: Michael McKean and Dane Cook!
"They, like all people, all people everywhere, have but one last thing on their minds — Back to blood!"
A masterpiece of betrayed audience expectations right up there with Psycho.
Doesn't he have better things to do?
"This is our Sopranos; this is our Six Feet Under. And the fans feel slighted."
How does a nice guy play a ruthless drug lord? Moving "the way a king might move."
Now that the fifth and final season of the greatest show of all time is upon us, we’re very nearly experiencing tachycardia.
Israeli illustrator Koren Shadmi's macabre take on Alfred Eisenstaedt's famed shot of an overeager sailor's post-WWII celebratory smooch, Tasting Victory, is a not-so-subtle glimpse into the artist's own feelings on the war.
She took nine out of ten!
We were hesitant to report on Jay-Z's supposed upcoming venture with Apple — but that was all the way back this morning when the whole thing was just a rumor.
We don’t quite know what to make of Ray Tintori’s Jettison Your Loved Ones — a deranged, no-budget sci-fi epic about perpetual motion and families — other than to say that it’s some of the most hypnotic and strange six minutes you’ll ever spend staring at a computer screen.
The movie that cost its star an Oscar is deemed the Worst of the Year.
Plus: Janet Jackson!
Nineties rap superstar MC Hammer has founded his very own Web 2.0 start-up designed to allow users to share videos of themselves dancing on the Internet.
"No, Mom. I’m not Ivan Brunetti’s girlfriend."
How much money does it take to get a guy to abandon his publishing house of 43 years?
Michael K. Williams on Playing Omar on ‘The Wire,’ Discovering Snoop, and How Janet Jackson Changed His Life
Vulture sits down with everyone's favorite stickup artist.
Our complete guide to the movies, TV shows, and music that will disappoint us all in the coming year.
Plus music from Zach Condon, Ying Yang Twins, and Beyonce as performed by the triplets of Belleville.
Pollan takes on the food industry’s idea of “nutrition” (they’re just trying to make money, y’all!), but mercifully clues us in on what foods aren’t made of mutant ingredients.
Can Letterman make up his long-standing ratings deficit when he can offer monologues and Top Ten lists while his competitor, presumably, can only offer an hour of Jaywalking?