Plus: Tyler Perry makes more movies.
Plus: Eliza Dushku firms up her post-'Dollhouse' plans.
Plus: Stan Lee's gay-superhero show is a go!
Our verdict? This is one of the more elegantly messed-up stories we've read in a long, long time.
Plus: Nick Nolte takes a road trip!
Plus: David E. Kelley to make TV show!
Plus: Hollywood to make a movie out of a comic book!
Why wasn't Gervais asked to host last night's ceremony? And can they get him for the Oscars?
Plus: Wait, who did Quentin Tarantino just cast in 'Inglorious Bastards'?
NBC insists it will be an all-new 'Office'-style series about … something!
Dunder Mifflin's Scranton regional manager has re-upped his contract for another three years.
It looks like Anne Hathaway and Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson are about to get in a hair-pulling slap fight over who gets to rip their Steve Carell from the arms of his wife.
Plus: Steve Carell on his workout regimen, and Anne Hathaway on finger painting.
Finally, during the signoff on this weekend's 'SNL', Jeezy met John McCain.
Plus: Anna Paquin on playing a superhero and Charlie Watts on not doing anything!
Plus quotes from Alex Ross and Bob Mould.
Those currently in the throes of strike-induced Office withdrawal will probably want to mark June 20 on their calendar, as that's the day they can see Steve Carell playing Maxwell Smart, another high-functioning incompetent whose onscreen superiors never seem to check a resume or call his references.
As the writers strike continues into its second day, it's time we asked the hard question that's surely on everyone's mind: Are celebrities doing enough?
Plus: Quotes from Steve Carell and David Sedaris!
Carell's not an inherently showy performer, but he's so skilled at bufoonery that the show can't help itself sometimes. But his antics last night sent a promising episode careening off the rails.
ABC's forthcoming Neanderthal sitcom Cavemen has already had its share of problems — and now it has more!
Quotes from Jennifer Garner, Steve Carell, and more!
But it's not Ryan Seacrest's fault!
Seth Green on being sort of famous and Phil Collins on why he's such a crappy drummer.