The "boys" are mad.
Take your time, guys.
As Mr. Selfridge, the founder of Selfridges.
He'd play the founder of Selfridge's.
Plus: Nick Kroll explained the Michael Jackson phenomenon to his future son, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
The movie stars Thomas Jane, Jeremy Piven, and Rob Lowe.
It's about a glassblower.
Plus: Jeremy Piven bows to the pressure to do the worm but fails, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
It's like a New York 'Post' editor's dream team-up.
Plus: Less than two months until Robyn's "Body Talk, Pt. 2"!
Jeremy "I quit the play because I ate too much sushi" Piven opens up to 'Rolling Stone.'
Piven's attorneys sent the Public Theater a cease and desist over 'The Jeremy Piven Monologues.'
A doctor: "'You can't go back and do eight shows a week, you simply can't ... unless you want to have a heart attack.'"
"I had a real health scare, and now I can climb back on the stage and know that I'm strong and able to complete the mission."
Plus: Drake very mature for his age.
We can only imagine Chris Kattan is glad to find himself no longer the No. 1 target of Piven's ire.
Piven didn't take the jabs lying down, though.
At September 14's 'The Jeremy Piven Monologues,' the best jokes about Piven's near-deadly sushi poisoning will be given a dramatic reading. Real classy, guys.
He must've been studying old videotapes of Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka.
'My Name Is Earl' and Jay Leno's 'Tonight Show,' two shows that are off the air, were both referenced last night.
Plus: Daniel Radcliffe breaks down his acting techniques.
He's so brave!
Task one: Stop Andy Samberg from making fun of one of his biggest clients.
No one at ABC seems to be on the same page.
This afternoon, TMZ posted photos of Jeremy Piven enjoying what appears to be medicinal marijuana with a supportive friend.