Good job, Target. We're going to buy everything from you now.
Bella does that vampire lightning-fast-moving thing.
Do they know it's Christmas? Sure. Do they know what a Glee mash-up is? DOUBT IT.
She breaks her exclusive deal with the retailer over LGBT issues.
A camcorder with a built-in projector, a better way to use iTunes, and a way to get a free iPhone at Target.
It features Bishop Allen, Crystal Antlers, and a very special Wavves–Best Coast collaboration.
We'll have lots more coverage of tonight's finale in the morning, but for now, enjoy these commercials.
Plus: Pearl Jam hops in bed with Target.
Joan Jett he ain't.
Plus, Chuck Lorre's shows to remain on TV forever.
It's called 'Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea,' and it opens this month in Japan.
So how are they? And, uh, who's writing them?
Plus: Shamefully, 'Meet Dave' director Brian Robbins has never seen 'Small Wonder.'
What's the story with that windswept dude and his raven-hared beauty on the cover of 'EW'?
Summer concertgoers — particularly women — now have to deal with blog photographers and their long-lens cameras.
The annual junket might be useless, but it provides the Washington 'Post''s sharpest critic with a big, fat target.
The worst beef in history just got a little worse.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Rob McElhenny chats with Vulture on the eve of the show's season premiere, an episode titled "The Gang Finds a Dumpster Baby."
Plus, news on Ben Affleck, Ramona Quimby, and Johnny Drama.
In a boozy, peyote-induced, psychedelic haze, the late Hunter Thompson might have considered David Perry's expressionistic portrait remarkably true to life.
Warner Independent Pictures and Netflix's Red Envelope Entertainment have upped the ante by purchasing rights to American Beauty scribe Alan Ball's controversial directorial debut Nothing is Private.
Don't go too negative in America's most devastated city!