Plus: Nick Cave and Scott Weiland muse on man's relationship to pants.
Plus: Susan Sarandon on playing a grandma, and Amy Poehler shares the secret to show-business success.
Plus: Merle Haggard on belly buttons, and how David Bowie feels about Hilary Duff.
Having an effeminate roué like Robert Downey Jr. play Tony Stark is actually the most subversive thing that's ever been done in a comic-book movie — and not in a good way.
Tom Cruise? Leonardo DiCaprio? Rob Lowe?!
Everyone is thrilled to see Downey find success... except for the poor profile writers who have to interview him.
We're still holding out hope, even though the trailer looks a little crappy.
Plus quotes from Michel Gondry, Bryan Singer, and Marié Digby.
Plus: George Clooney!
Plus: Little Jonathan Winery?
It’d be a particular shame if in its callow neglect of this film the Academy (and any other organization that has yet to vote) ignored the marvelous work of Robert Downey Jr. as newspaper reporter Paul Avery.
David Fincher has now released an Oscar-friendly two-disc director’s cut that includes all those extras missing from the first editionplus commentary from Fincher, Gyllenhaal, and Downey.
Vulture buddy Nikki Finke is reporting that a "high profile TV writer-producer" who is "also a member of another guild" has been accused of "doing rewrites on his currently airing TV series as well as two projects in pre-production, one of which is still on schedule to begin shooting very soon."
Plus industry news on The-Dream, Duran Duran, and David Mamet.
Robert Downey Jr. does his best Dennis Hopper impression, and things explode to the riff from Black Sabbath's "Iron Man." What's not to love? Answer: Nothing.
David Wain, Robert Downey Jr., and more!