The studios filed dueling lawsuits yesterday over a movie so heart-wrenching, it probably won't earn back its $5.5 million budget, even with an endorsement from Oprah.
This opens the door for a really scary Halloween episode of 'Mad Men'.
We guess this means he got more money.
'Mad Men' will be back in July — but series creator Matthew Weiner still doesn't have a deal!
Expect to see more torture porn on television soon!
Since they're already heavily invested in it, Lionsgate hopes so!
Plus: Jack Black comes to Scranton!
Plus: Are you ready for 'The Hole'?
Plus: You'll never believe what movie DreamWorks is preparing a sequel for. Well, you might guess.
Plus: MTV is remaking 'Rocky Horror' for no reason whatsoever.
Plus: "This is exciting for me because I've never done a movie about a notorious murder," Brian De Palma definitely didn't say.
Disney finds more kids whose fresh-scrubbed faces will drive your tween daughter mad with prepubescent desire.
Mad Men and Ant-Man, returning to the screen sooner than expected!
Plus quotes from Nick Nolte, Clay Aiken, and Shelby Lynne.
What's with the boring titles?
Plus industry news on the Spice Girls, Damon Wayans, and U2.
Plus industry news on Marisa Tomei, Eric Idle, and Albert Einstein.
Plus industry news on David Duchovny, Scott Rudin, and A Thousand Splendid Suns.
Beleaguered hip-hop vixen Foxy Brown was sent to jail today for violating the terms of her probation, which apparently prohibited assault on one's neighbors, manicurists, and friends. But even if you count Nicole Richie, we're still one preggers, jail-bound celebrity short of a trend.
strong>Albrecht Moving Toward Sex Onscreen?: Deposed HBO head Chris Albrecht is reportedly working behind the scenes to get a Sex and the City movie produced. Cast is ready, creator Michael Patrick King is ready, and Albrecht is assembling distributors. Albrecht will also appear in a cameo as "Abusive Guy in Casino." [Variety]