No, it doesn't go well.
"As a person to photograph, [Bruce Springsteen] is up there in a way with Tom Waits, I think. They’ve so become the people they want to be."
Get your Encyclopedia Brown on, people!
Lange's meltdown on yesterday's 'Howard Stern' offers an instructive look into the life of a celebrity assistant, a job even worse than yours.
The rewards are there for the taking, but as with gas and groceries, the prices they must pay just keep going up.
"Goodnight stars / Goodnight po-pos / Goodnight fiends."
See page 4!
The hair was easy to obtain; that's what interns are for.
A movie called Kung Fu Dunk doesn't need much more explanation.
In honor of Valentine's Day, we thought we'd feature this rose-colored statement, part of P.S.1's "WACK!: Art and the Feminist Revolution," opening Saturday.
An Artist's Look at Eli Broad's Last-Second Sucker Punch of Michael Govan and the L.A. County Museum of Art
A New York artist talks about LACMA's surprising betrayal at the hands of a wealthy collector.
As far as we can tell, there have been very few, if any, movies made about the romantic troubles of human cannonballs — and that’s reason enough to see Levi Abrino’s haunting and lyrical Lonely Bliss of the Cannonball Luke.
An eBay auction presents a major roadblock for the movie dozens of fans eagerly await.
Plus: William Friedkin!
The Diary of the Dead director on zombie logic.
And how did author Doug Brown celebrate?
Plus: Who cried the best?
But can a 65-year-old man still whip things properly?
But is it really love?
A Comprehensive List of the Ways Jay Leno's First Post-Writers'-Strike Monologue Differed From His Last Writerless Monologue
Now he's got writers to blame!
Plus industry news on Paul Bettany, Rashida Jones, and the Wachowskis.
So long to Vulture's least-beloved category.
Peter Greenaway’s newly released first two major films sum up the man’s classical composition and off-the-wall wit and symbolism.
Plus: New Kanye video!