Plus: Dan Castellaneta!
Plus: Dan Castellaneta!
Want to know what the Grammy nominations are? Us too — too bad the official Grammy Website is down!
He made his name upchucking McNuggets out the driver's side of an automobile — now has documentarian Morgan Spurlock discovered the whereabouts of the mastermind behind the September 11 attacks? Probably not!
For this month's New York by New York event, our friends at UCBT have combined the best and worst aspects of office holiday parties into one hilarious night.
This novel starts with a twist: The Gardaí (Irish cops) have their mad, blood-soaked killer; they just have to sort out whom he killed.
Might I Am Legend star Will Smith's increasingly erratic behavior cost him the Academy Award that, let's be honest, he was never going to win, not in a million years?
Mark Webber and Catalina Sandino Moreno deliver a kind of Linklaterian and surprisingly self-immolating take on how not to break up.
Two Times obits, but they shared one soul.
In Two Flags, Israeli artist Rona Yefman reimagines conflict in the Middle East as a Capture the Flag–like game. We'd imagine whoever is standing at the bottom of this stairwell is, well, totally screwed.
We're not disappointed in you, Diablo Cody!
Ellen Page's sudden success is getting a long-gestating project off the ground.
Plus Tim Burton's Christmas tree!
To be invited as a special guest at Yo La Tengo's annual eight-night Hanukkah run at Maxwell's, you usually need to be a cool musician. Last night, though, the band made an exception.
Another head-scratching rave from the Times theater critic?
Sure, the Oscars have rewarded dark, violent movies in the past, but Sweeney makes Silence of the Lambs and The Departed look like Legally Blonde and Legally Blonde 2 (respectively).
Could this be the greatest celebrity tattoo story since WINO FOREVER?
Plus the Breeders, John Brolin, and John Turturro in a garbage can.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present an excerpt from Ghost Stories, the second in Jeff Lemire's touching, profoundly human series of graphic novels Essex County, on sale now from Top Shelf Productions.
The latest salvo in the war on Christmas comes from an unlikely source — the famously conservative New York Post!
And we agree!
Touching on typical Wu-Tang subjects like samurais, prostitutes, coke, chess, and comic-book heroes, it’s everything Wu diehards want, and features the group’s eight living emcees (especially Method Man) at their best.
Who lived? Who died? What happened with that dragon Angel said he was gonna slay? Find out in today's exclusive comics excerpt.
Plus: News about Ang Lee!
Drew Heriot, director of The Secret, is currently working on an adaptation of the Aquarian Gospel to be "shot using actors and computer animation like 300."