The most prominent dance critic in America is reviewing a TV show that features a dancing Monica Seles.
After all, the argument goes, now these schmoes who are leeching off their father's legacy can force DC to stop printing Superman comics or demand that Warner Bros. stop making Superman movies!
The director of The Cell has his career resuscitated by Spike Jonze and David Fincher.
In case you somehow missed all the Mary/Christ and apocalypse references, episode seven hits you on the head with a large-print edition of the New Testament.
And Vulture has an excerpt.
The Times reports this morning that Perez Hilton is in talks with Warner Bros. Records to get his own record label.
"The subject has problems with lasting relationships and is possibly a high-functioning alcoholic."
2002's Title TK picked up pretty much where 1993's Last Splash left off, and their brand-new, just-leaked fourth album finds the Deal sisters more or less in the same place.
Plus industry news on Jason Statham, Steve Winwood, and Phil Collins's daughter.
Plus: What the Bunk told Omar on the phone last weekend.
Plus: Cool Kids!
Plus: Michael Bay wins his Oscar!
"The goal really is to try to make change around the elections."
Who went home?
Plus industry news on Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, and Coldplay.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present an excerpt from Ghost Stories, the second in Jeff Lemire's touching, profoundly human series of graphic novels Essex County, on sale now from Top Shelf Productions.
Who lived? Who died? What happened with that dragon Angel said he was gonna slay? Find out in today's exclusive comics excerpt.
Diana Al-Hadid's classically derelict Record of a Mortal Universe is visually captivating, architecturally complex, and physically enticing.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present an excerpt from I Killed Adolf Hitler, a freaky, deadpan comic adventure by Norwegian artist Jason, out now from Fantagraphics Books.
Plus new songs from Kylie Minogue and the Verve!
As the writers strike continues into its second day, it's time we asked the hard question that's surely on everyone's mind: Are celebrities doing enough?
Plus industry news about Radiohead, Sheryl Crow, and the Decemberists.
Hilarious strike news!
This week brought us so much joy — and nausea.