Plus: The ghost of Mindy Kaling's weave at the Met Gala, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Who wore gold-flecked gloves? (Fancy!)
Last night, the remaining finalists sang selections from the Mariah Carey songbook. Sadly, there were very few high notes.
Plus: They're remaking 'Le Cercle Rouge'? With Orlando Bloom?
'New York' art critic Jerry Saltz visited "©Murakami" at the Brooklyn Museum to walk us through a few of the highlights.
Plus: 'Idol' does Mariah, and Axl Rose denies reality-show rumors.
Plus: New music from the Hold Steady and the Re-Up Gang!
Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine’s celebratory and dazzlingly scenic documentary is Bring It On, Uganda style.
David Foote's "New Girls" are elegant, spooked, spooky, lovely, glamorous, sad, freaky, and alienlike.
"Sleeping in the hotel, I got wrapped up in a pillow and woke up with this," he said, pointing to a spot at the back of his neck. "If I emit any loud noises, I'll pass out."
Gessen talks about 'All the Sad Young Literary Men' and his portrayal of women.
Plus: Quotes from Amy Poehler, Keanu Reeves, and the star of 'MILF Island.'
After Oscar voters failed to recognize his genius, the 'Superbad' star is taking to the Internet to ask for your help.
J.K. Rowling was in New York yesterday to testify against 'Harry Potter Lexicon' author Steven Vander Ark in her noble quest to squash the publication of his book. Man, is she charming.
Spike TV's bus-stop ads are wrong — as everyone knows, Wedge Antillees was the original wingman.
Semi-annoying graffiti artist Banksy perpetrated his biggest act of vandalism yet over the weekend, stenciling this scene on the side of a post office in Central London.
Plus: Demi Moore goes indie, and Donald Trump is getting his own series on Lifetime!
Christine Schutt’s latest is set at an elite UES private school (like the one she teaches at), but bucks any comparisons to Gossip Girl.
Back in January we told you to book advance passes to this Hanna Montana–Miley Cyrus movie, which went nearly as fast as the tickets to the live performances it documented. But relax: The Best of Both Worlds DVD isn’t going anywhere.