Plus: Be in Kevin Smith's new movie!
A look back at the year in Harry Potter.
Think of the intensity of the scream he gave in Little Miss Sunshine but amplified by twenty and sustained for nearly three hours.
Every week between now and January 22, Vulture's Oscar Futures will listen to insider gossip, comb the Oscar blogs, and out-and-out guess when necessary to track who's up, who's down, and who's currently leading the race for a coveted nomination.
Exit Art's "Love/War/Sex" exhibition, up at the gallery through January 26, paints quite the chilling wartime image/S&M fantasy complete with real-life weaponry, netting, video works, and submissive statues.
We like Randy Newman and everything, but come on!
The Juno screenwriter takes on the magazine feature so cursed that even Dalton Ross can't make it fun.
Everything Ellen Page says is charming and adorable!
Music industry analyst Perez Hilton is reporting that Universal Music Group record labels Interscope and Geffen merged their staffs, eliminating the jobs of about 60 people.
Plus quotes from Wesley Snipes, Tavis Smiley, and Paul McCartney.
Heath Ledger looks like he might exceed even our admittedly high expectations, and after just these two minutes we're quite ready to declare him the greatest-ever Batman movie villain.
The Orange Broadband Prize would!
Plus quotes from Felicity Huffman, Will Smith, and Inspectah Deck.
Check back tomorrow to find out we're wrong about 40 percent of these!
Though Lupe Fiasco's been saying he's going to quit recording soon because he doesn’t have enough to say, the problem with The Cool is that he won't shut up!
Not only will writers be unable to pen hilarious banter for the shows' hosts and presenters, networks are now worried that stars may stay home in solidarity with the picketing writers.
Half of the balcony literally booed when Daryl Hall asked if we were feeling the holiday spirit.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present an excerpt from The Goon: Chinatown and the Mystery of Mr. Wicker, another gorgeously drawn volume in the continuing over-the-top noir by Eric Powell, on sale now from Dark Horse.
Plus industry news on John Singleton, Kate Burton, and Panic! At the Disco.
Plus: The Hold Steady!
Plus: Eddie Van Halen has a lot of landscaping to do!
His self-titled debut record may be one of the only music-business success stories this year, but members of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences just couldn't bring themselves to nominate Chris Daughtry for Album of the Year today.
Sternbergh and Nussbaum debate.
At Art Basel Miami, where lobsters at the UBS dinner on the beach are as big as cats, the overwhelming trend this year is size.