Tommy Lee Jones says the studio had him sign a contract they knew contained errors.
As 'Fargo' begat 'Lebowski,' so does 'No Country' beget 'Burn After Reading.' And lo, it shall be good.
Plus: Finally, someone understands what "quantum of solace" means!
The first nine-tenths of Joel and Ethan Coen’s No Country for Old Men is the best thing they’ve ever done, with the possible exception of The Big Lebowski as seen for the third time, stoned
While everyone at your Oscar party was falling asleep, lucky viewers in Buffalo, New York, were treated to hilarious, spot-on awards analysis from the anchors at their local ABC News station, whose audio commentary was accidentally broadcast thanks to a technical glitch.
Its much-debated ending may have been the key.
Alas, the fictional octogenarian was denied his rightful Oscar last night.
Five nominees ... and one surprise winner!
Can anyone defeat the Coens?
Not as much as you'd think.
Plus: Herbie Hancock!
How to win your Oscar pool? Pick the chalk.
The Writers Guild of America and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts are both looking for new Webmasters today after the winners of their awards — both officially announced over the weekend — were revealed early on their Websites.
Plus: Mose Schrute has a blog! It's about baseball.
Plus: More Stallone movies!
Variety says Iraq-themed movies didn't get nominated. Vulture disagrees!
Can anyone beat Javier and Cate?
The Oscar-nominated editor of the Coen brothers film doesn't, in fact, exist.
Cripes, awards predicting is for morons.
Also: Into the Wild rises again.
A list of nominees on the WGA's Website might give away the winners.
Plus: Michael Cera!
Does this mean it's all over for Atonement?
If by some crazy chance you'd like to watch excellent brand-new movies for free in the privacy of your own home while other chumps trek all the way to the theater to pay for them, you're in luck!