Already being called "The Little Movie That Could."
The most powerful force in book-selling who's not a vampire, wizard, or symbologist has spoken.
Monday's episode of 'Oprah' will be a special one, titled "The Oprah Winfrey Show: Oprah Goes Back in Time — The '60s."
As long as you don't mind telling Oprah your e-mail address, she's giving away Colum McCann's new novel on her website.
"Hugh ... I'm countin' the hours. Wanna do dinner the night before. Same booth? Or catch up fresh on the air?" And then: silence.
Plus: why you'll never see a Lionel Richie biopic.
Plus: Okay, who was the genius who told Fall Out Boy they should start watching Fellini?
Plus: Remember Tommy Lee's Methods of Mayhem?! No?
Quick, someone take away her gym membership!
The publication of Herman Rosenblat's Oprah-endorsed 'Angel Through the Fence' has been canceled, for obvious reasons.
Pretty much everybody thinks Herman Rosenblat's 'Angel at the Fence' is a total fabrication.
Plus: Oprah now a little more powerful.
Tina Fey almost canceled!
Oprah is in talks to guest-star on '30 Rock.' Get those tissues ready, America!
Plus: Rooster McConaughey finally gets his own reality show, and Quentin Tarantino announces plans to make the fastest movie ever.
Plus, George Lucas dispels the Jesus rumors, and Sienna Miller twirls a gun.
Did turmoil behind the scenes of the Fences revival scare away the Big O?
Cera will play Bryan Lee O'Malley's lovable comic-book slacker; Geena Davis returns to TV; and Suzan Lori-Parks will direct Fences on Broadway.
Plus: More Dr. Oz!
Plus: An iPod explodes in a guy's pants!
Has Letterman mastered the art of the interview to the point he can control a chat while he’s being interviewed, by Oprah no less?
Who are the biggest bargains and the biggest ripoffs among TV actors?