From Orson Welles to Tyler Perry.
While trying to find a bit of shade at Hilfiger's High Line show.
Let's just give thanks that a John Waters adaptation made it for six years.
Plus: MTV is remaking 'Rocky Horror' for no reason whatsoever.
Plus: News about J.J. Abrams and George Wendt!
In this week's issue of the magazine, former 'N Sync star Lance Bass talks to New York's Jada Yuan about battling the city's real-estate market (he's in town to appear in Hairspray on Broadway). But now Bass feels compelled to impugn our reporting, both on his MySpace page and in a statement to Vulture. See the statement and our refutation.
What lessons can we learn from this weekend's box office?
When a New York theater called the cops on angry Hairspray fans who didn't get into a promised screening, the movie's songwriter rode to the rescue.
The Penny Pingleton doll revealed in all her glory.
Even if Cedric had slapped on tap shoes and hoofed it up à la Savion Glover, he couldn’t have danced himself out of the hole he’d dug over the last few weeks. That elimination was inevitable.
"I read somewhere it isn't beneficial." —Jack Osbourne, onstage at Live Earth, on why his family doesn't recycle
In this week's special 2007 Summer Guide, Logan Hill talks to young Hairspray star Nikki Blonsky about how the studio told her she'd landed the role.