It burns, literally.
It burns, literally.
Plus, Steve Martin claims to have guest-hosted the 'Tonight Show' as many times as Conan host-hosted it, on our regular late-night roundup.
Idris Elba's new show 'Luther' premiered last night, and he sounds familiar (more British and less cursing though).
Plus: Pink and Kevin Bacon both executive producing the same project.
With new movies from Stringer Bell and Jimmy McNulty out this weekend, we take a look at the rest of the cast's post-'Wire' activities.
Plus: Karl Urban to star in 'Judge Dredd.'
Plus: Leonardo DiCaprio will eat after the avalanche.
A.k.a Idris Elba, a.k.a. King Driis.
Plus: Idris Elba! Oliver Platt! And more 'Chuck'!
Plus: For the last time, people, Hugh Jackman isn't gay!
Plus, who wants to get shot by Ted Nugent?
Well, as had been rumored all week, it’s now official: Michael really has quit Dunder Mifflin.
'You know, my daughter would tell you that I'm a goofball.'
Plus: Don Cheadle can't get the Coen Brothers to return his calls, but NBC certainly will.
Plus: Who will play opposite Jeremy Piven in the Broadway revival of 'Speed-the-Plow'?
Plus: Diablo Cody's series is headed to Showtime, and the Farley name lives on.
Beadie in 'The Office'! Prez on Broadway! And Michael in Beverly Hills!
Plus: Jim Carrey in Jason Reitman's next.
Plus industry news on Andy Serkis, Alan Jackson, and Emmy Rossum.
No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency On TV: The Weinstein Company is producing a TV movie (and possible series) based on Alexander McCall Smith's much-loved series The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, with Anthony Minghella directing and writing alongside Richard Curtis.
Germany Rejects Valkyrie, Cruise: The German government announces that United Artists' Valkyrie, starring Tom Cruise and directed by Bryan Singer, is not welcome to shoot at German military sites, citing Cruise's Scientology beliefs. UA reps say shooting will go ahead with German locations to be determined. Film, true-story retelling of plot to kill Hitler, is a cornerstone of United Artists' plans, and is first example of studio player Cruise's Scientology interfering with business as usual. [Variety]