Tommy Lee Jones won for Lincoln!
A few surprises!
It's fun to see posters tagged with graffiti, but it's even better when it's intentional.
Here's who came out ahead (and behind) today.
Bridesmaids gets two noms, too.
Or maybe they're high-fiving?
She used to say yes to everything when she lived here. Now she doesn't.
Sandra Bullock thanks 'Crash.'
Also, Jeremy Renner and Diane Kruger's Oscar chances just improved greatly.
'Doubt' picked up five nods, including ones for Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Viola Davis, plus one for Best Cast.
Probably not! But maybe!
Not only will writers be unable to pen hilarious banter for the shows' hosts and presenters, networks are now worried that stars may stay home in solidarity with the picketing writers.
Music from George Clinton and the Simpsons!
We thought we could trust you, Larry David.
Ingrid Calame's From #210 Drawing (Tracings up to the L.A. River) defies Jackson Pollock's chance-driven splatter method by taking its inspiration from specific graffiti and paint spills found on city streets.
Judging from all the recaps and reviews out there, Money sounds like Dallas reinvented, with bonus hedonism and wit. Kind of like Josh Schwartz, but way better and for grown-ups.
Plus: Quotes from Leslie Mann and Debbie Harry!
ABC's forthcoming Neanderthal sitcom Cavemen has already had its share of problems — and now it has more!
Seinfeld's Time magazine profile suddenly turns dark when he candidly credits his father's death for his success.
The kids debate the ethics of killing animals and reach a consensus: They feel like chicken tonight.
Last Friday we reported on the news that Anna Faris's next film will be a biopic on porn star Linda Lovelace, jokingly noting "Her parents must be thrilled!" It turns out we were right.
Plus industry news on Robert Redford, Martin Scorsese, and Snoop Dogg.
Plus: Jason Schwartzman, fully clothed!
Plus: Music from Baby Elephant and Leaders of the New School!