Plus: Timothy Olyphant joins 'The Crazies.'
'Older male Academy members have a long-standing tradition of slapping the stud,' says Tom O'Neil.
The movie's more exciting, more fun, and way less annoying than Stephenie Meyer's gazillion-selling blockbuster.
'This is not [Tom Cruise's] Oscar moment,' says someone who's seen it.
We tried it last night and can indeed confirm that there is no longer any good reason to leave your couch ever.
Plus: What has Brad Pitt done with his life?
Sundance's opening-night film? 'Mary and Max,' a claymation drama starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Toni Collette.
'I just don't want to get stabbed or something.'
Who's the next actor to quit Hollywood? Nicole Kidman!
The list of fifteen finalists for this year's Best Documentary Oscar has been released, and it doesn't include Bill Maher's atheist movie, 'Religulous.'
Plus: What's Dean Cain up to these days?
Clint and Joaquin quit, and Angelina Jolie announces 'I don't plan to keep acting very long.' Who's next?
Billboards for the movie surround 'a barely recognizable figure of Mr. Cruise' with five other actors.
Finally, a 'Star Trek' movie that won't bore you to tears!
Plus: Guillermo del Toro announces plans to creep you out.
'My agent said, 'They want you to do a Jonas Brothers video.' And my kids and my wife were all going crazy.'
Plus: Ben Silverman gives Hilary Duff a show!
We bet it still wins tons of Oscars.
The Academy apparently has some wacky allergy to multiple-composer collaborations.
We're not going to say it looks like 'Crash,' but we're not going to say it doesn't look like 'Crash' either.
Plus: Stan Lee's gay-superhero show is a go!
I said, 'Cut the crap, this 'my idol' crap.'
We talk to critic Ken Tucker about the 'great shallow masterpiece' 'Scarface' — and why Brian De Palma won't allow a new hip-hop soundtrack.