Is David Leveaux planning to direct his 'Nine' star in an opera? Surely not, right?
…and it is totally insane. Learn more about it here!
John Waters performs his one-man show at the Society for Ethical Culture.
Andrew Stanton pooh-poohs any notion of environmentalism in his environmental catastrophe romance.
Jokes one exec: 'Maybe Maddox and the twins can star in it.'
One of the great thrills of live outdoor theater is knowing you could be attacked by a raccoon at any minute.
"I've been having screaming matches with James Gandolfini," she told us. Luckily, though, "it's part of the gig … I play one of the monsters."
Daniel Radcliffe's 'Equus' co-star knows whose winkle sells the tickets.
Last night, M.I.A. told us herself: "This is my last show. I canceled the U.K. tour."
You can re-create sand dunes, but you can't re-create tax breaks.
It's been worse; on the set of 'Dan in Real Life,' a makeup artist put Whitestrips on Pill's teeth without a word.
The scene at Book Expo's politically themed author luncheon was surprisingly tense.
At Book Expo in L.A., Spiegelman disses FSG's graphic-novel histories and talks up 'manga.'
"'He was this, this, this, this, a lot of dick jokes, now he's really stiff, and best-selling author.'"
Walking the floor at the country's biggest book convention.
"Are there pictures?" "Yes, which is important to me, because I don't like to read."
Finding a pooch that humps on command wasn’t easy.
"It’s not campy either — it’s not 'The Gayest American Hero.'"
"It was all a façade. Showbiz, shtick, dude."
"I got frustrated with all these crappy horror movies she was making."
Plus: Robert Rauschenberg sets a record two days after his death.
But where does McCain stand on Schrute's pet issue, robot-gun transgenic babies?
"It's easy for people to strike if they're not working on a regular basis."
Two strippers dressed as cops wheel out a cake decorated with Picasso's 'Guernica,' tempting the gallery owner yet again.
Obviously we had to see this with our own eyes.