Was it intentional sabotage on the part of a company that didn't want to follow through with an expensive promotion? Or just general Web-based incompetence?
Mel Brooks's 'Young Frankenstein' will play its final performance on January 4.
Looking back on one sexy week.
The 'Post' reports that the Weinstein Company today laid off 24 people (11 percent of its workforce), citing the economy.
Jim's a small-town imp socially just stunted enough to think it's a good idea to buy his parents' house for him and his fiancée without telling her.
Smashing Pumpkins front man Billy Corgan has called out Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder for, of all things, the Cubs' disappointing season.
Turns out he is merely responsible for all of NBC's other problems.
Michael's never seemed sadder than at the end of this episode, after being forced to do the walk of shame in Winnipeg.
There was a time when our nation could believe in a soda company's solemn promise to deliver a free can of its beverage to every man, woman, and child in America.
On its Website, CBS is launching 'social viewing rooms' for viewers to discuss what they're watching Online.
Having renounced 'Entourage,' we're now free to recap a far-less-guilty pleasure: 'Californication'!
If you're understandably still a few years behind on your Ryan Adams albums, we'd suggest you just skip ahead to this one.
Prince, forever enshrined, should by all rights transform any setting into a purple, velvet-y boudoir — and he did!
Plus: Anna Faris on the greatest love story ever told.
Kiefer Sutherland Not Sure the World Is Yet Ready For a Movie That Tackles an Entire Day’s Events All at Once
Plus: Jack Black on his Method acting.
“I’m super punchy!” she exclaimed early on. “Who knows what I’ll say?”
He's Bruce Wayne and he's famous! He has to disguise his voice!
Plus: J.J. Abrams to make movie about a house and Hollywood may finally have the perfect starring vehicle for McLovin.
Our patience actually paid off!
Another remote control? Kill us now.
Despite what Woody Allen would have you believe, this movie might actually be hot.
In an interview, Harrison Ford and George Lucas imply that 'Crystal Skull' might've been delayed over a debate about whether it should include aliens — but everything's been resolved, kind of!
A.O. Scott and Manohla Dargis take stock of American cinema, now that Judd Apatow has remade Hollywood in his own image.
Lange's meltdown on yesterday's 'Howard Stern' offers an instructive look into the life of a celebrity assistant, a job even worse than yours.
Plus: Colin Farrell signs on for 'Triage' and Jermaine Dupri signs on to run a hilarious new record label.