Plus: Bill Watterson, The Hobbit sequel, and Michel Gondry's next project.
Remember how through all sorts of suspense-inducing changes the Sopranos characters were becoming more convincingly themselves than ever before? That was the second half of season six, and now it’s on DVD.
Plus: Industry news about N.W.A. and Chevy Chase!
Vulture spoke with Ramirez about her new job, what to expect this season, and yes, those rumors about castmates Milo Ventimiglia and Hayden Panettiere.
But it's not Ryan Seacrest's fault!
K-Fed, Pete Doherty, and things touched by Tony Soprano's ass.
Last month, fans argued about whether Tony Soprano was killed at the end of The Sopranos. This month, fans are eagerly flipping to the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to see whether Harry snuffs it. In honor of those two cliffhangers, Vulture presents its list of ten fictional characters we definitely want to see die.
As Emmy Award season approaches, the trades are filling up with For Your Consideration ads for Emmy hopefuls. Some, like the splashy Variety covers showcasing the cast of Grey's Anatomy, are paid for by the network or studio responsible for the show. Others, seemingly, aren't.
The Tony is Dead contingent has reason to rejoice, because it seems the answer to The Sopranos finale lies in the mob boss's diet — and it has nothing to do with those onion rings. The (our?) theory, which is also bouncing around the comments sections of TV gossip sites, goes something like this.
The geniuses over at Stereogum have created a totally nifty widget that allows you to sync the final scene of The Sopranos to your choice of mp3.