Teenagers aren't yet sick of all stars of chaste, tween-based musical entertainment — just the abstinent ones, apparently!
He's dropped out of 'Footloose' because he's afraid of being typecast.
'Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience' made only $12.7 million this weekend, dashing all hopes for a national return to prosperity in our lifetime.
Perhaps the more reasonable question is, Can the Jonas Brothers NOT save our economy?
Plus: The Jonas Brothers will never break up.
Hey, everyone's gotta make a living, right?
They are omnipotent.
'My agent said, 'They want you to do a Jonas Brothers video.' And my kids and my wife were all going crazy.'
Plus: Zac Efron's 'Footloose' gets fast-tracked!
Now that we can sleep at night knowing that third installment of the Most Important Franchise Ever is en route, let's turn to the real issues.
…for now. They're holding out for a Cabinet position.
The brothers are currently making only $12 million a year, which may seem like a lot to you but frankly isn't.
Who else took home the gold this week?
Want to hear a power ballad about Nick Jonas's struggle with type 1 diabetes?
JoBro fans are paying $200 on eBay for the band's out-of-print first album. Are they getting their money's worth?
It has a mid-song rap!
Plus, sequels on the way for 'Wanted,' 'Camp Rock,' and 'School of Rock.'
Only 13 million people watched the Jonas Brothers movie over the weekend — are they over?
The faraway rumblings have now become ominous, earthshaking footsteps as the tuneful, three-headed monster that is the Jonas Brothers arrives at America's doorstep.
The Jonas Brothers have slowly been laying the groundwork for a hostile (but tuneful!) takeover of planet Earth, and this week begins their first major campaign.
Plus: Internet stalwarts Radiohead finally yield to iTunes, and 2009's 'Terminator 4' gets spoiled already!
Also, who is that smirking guy standing behind them, playing guitar?