"Somebody’s got to die, I’m afraid."
Plus: Tarsem is totally keeping it simple for his next movie.
Plus: The Breeders' bizarre listening party, the Smashing Pumpkins' lawsuit against their record company, and a lot of 'Law & Order' sound effects.
André 3000's better half collaborates with the Atlanta Ballet, T.I. goes to Easter Mass, and the A-Team movie is actually being released! In movie theaters!
We've even picked out the song!
For those of us who know S. Epatha Merkerson as Law & Order’s tough-as-nails Lieutenant Anita Van Buren, witnessing her seamless transformation into a doting housewife swanning onstage in floral sundresses on Broadway can be a bit jarring.
"Well, I put the show in my Tivo and of course because of all the spinoffs my Tivo filled up instantly and I lost all my other shows."
Plus quotes from Alan Rickman, Jake Kasdan, and Chaka Khan.
Plus industry news on Nine, Law & Order, and the Silence of the Lambs musical.
This week’s episode of The Closer finds Brenda Johnson and Co. settling into a good rhythm. At episode’s start, we learn that a girl has gone missing, and the department lays on the full-court press to track her down.
Last week, Vulture commanded you, the reader, to reach into the depths of your pop-cultural memories to come up with the nine television series that actor Richard Belzer's character Detective Munch has appeared on since his inception in 1993, as we could only come up with eight.
Seasoned actor Richard Belzer has signed a deal with Simon & Schuster to release two crime novels that he describes as "a mix of Dashiell Hammett, Oscar Wilde, Lenny Bruce and Robert Altman."