The war between parents and jaded teachers had to be more clever to warrant all the prerelease protests.
Plus: Alcohol will always remind Adam Sandler of his circumcision, on our daily late-night roundup.
Plus: Andy Samberg told Adam Sandler he'd cut off his left ball to be in That's My Boy, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
The new Roland Emmerich movie with Channing Tatum.
The production values will bring to mind Merchant-Ivory, but the real inspiration might be Walt Disney.
It's a British period sex comedy.
Everyone is slightly miscast in Austin Pendleton's take on Chekhov's Sisters--and mostly that works to this production's advantage.
Plus: "Idol" winner Lee DeWyze's debut album gets a release date.
Plus, Jason Schwartzman reveals just how much of a lion his dad was when he was a kid, on our regular late-night roundup.
"Peter, my husband, was like, 'Uh, are they going to ask you to go stand on Broadway and Houston with flyers?"
Plus: Jeremy Renner will give you a guy's opinion on makeup.
Where Crazy Heart’s Maggie Gyllenhaal Falls on the CB4-Almost Famous Continuum of Plausible Music Journalists
Is it near 'Almost Famous'? 'The Idolmaker'? 'The Doors'?
Let's put it this way: For every Zoe Saldana, there's a Patricia Arquette.
Action star teaches the meaning of the word "separate."
Jeff Bridges plays an old country singer who used to be famous but is now broke. Sound familiar?
John Landis: "In the States I'm still quite the schmuck."
Congratulations to the happy couple!
The real-life couple takes on the Chekhov play starting January 17.
Plus: 'West Side Story' returns to Broadway, in English and Spanish.
Remember when the most depressing thing about Batman movies was that they were terrible?
Plus: Maggie Gyllenhaal replaces Toni Collette in Sam Mendes's Eggers-penned relationship comedy.
This summer is shaping up to be the best one ever for superhero movies. Too bad the female characters have to watch from the sidelines.
Plus: Maggie Gyllenhaal!
Heath Ledger looks like he might exceed even our admittedly high expectations, and after just these two minutes we're quite ready to declare him the greatest-ever Batman movie villain.