Plus: Is watching Anne Hathaway in 'Rachel Getting Married' really like getting a colonoscopy?
Plus: Banana Hands finally gets his own reality show.
Looks like Meryl Streep won't be guesting on '30 Rock' after all.
Which means that Meryl could end up with more Emmys than Oscars.
Director John Patrick Shanley and His First-Grade Teacher on the Difference Between Doubt and The Flying Nun
'Sister Peggy, she was policing those bonnets.'
Will doubts over the veracity of their shilling hurt them at Oscar time?
Plus: Stan Lee's gay-superhero show is a go!
Grace Gummer and Kristjan Thor on ‘The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents’ and the Fine Art of Onstage Groping
'Literally, when he touches my ass, we decided that a couple days before the show,' says Gummer.
Could seeing 'Mamma Mia!' in a theater have been slightly worse? Yes, astoundingly.
Plus: Wait, who did Quentin Tarantino just cast in 'Inglorious Bastards'?
A handful of 'Wire' vets join Simon's New Orleans–set HBO pilot.
Plus: Jerry Ferrera would stand by Adrian Grenier, even if he were a garbage man.
"We don't do contemporary poets at the Academy of American Poets," said Streep. "Because if you say one name, then somebody else has their nose out of joint. "
Plus industry news on Jaime Pressly, Shekhar Kapur, Jennifer Aniston, and U2.
What does Vulture pick as our Best Picture 2009 nominees?
"He's not really gay. He's dated a lot of women friends of mine. It's a libelous song."
A tiny taste of summer.
The show was effective, finally, at blurring that line between good and evil, with pretty much every major character discovering his darker inner nature, save Hiru, who remains a charming saint.
Robert Redford's Lions for Lambs is out this week and the folks at MGM were kind enough to give us this exclusive clip of the film.
Plus industry news on Julia Roberts and Clive Owen, Meryl Streep and Julia Child, and Mulder and Scully.
It's pretty clear that we're all going to learn a very important lesson from director Gavin Hood's Rendition when it comes out on October 12, but as we watch this just-released trailer, it's still unclear what that lesson is.
John Krasinski, Matt Damon, and more!
Moby, Iggy Pop, and Matt Damon on not knowing shit.
Rising actress Mamie Gummer talks to the magazine this week about her breakout role in Lajos Koltai's new film Evening, about which New York's critic David Edelstein had less kind things to say than he did about the character portrayed by both Gummer and her real-life mother Meryl Streep.