Chinese contemporary art has been an up-and-coming market the past few years, and the heady Christie’s International auction that happened earlier this week in Hong Kong underscored that, bringing in $108.3 million in one day.
We got our hands on two early drafts of the screenplay and figured out why the movie wound up a failure.
Sternbergh and Nussbaum debate.
He made his name upchucking McNuggets out the driver's side of an automobile — now has documentarian Morgan Spurlock discovered the whereabouts of the mastermind behind the September 11 attacks? Probably not!
Ben Silverman, master of the conflict of interest!
We're no Paul Dergarabedian, but we know that 85 percent is less than 100 percent.
Plus: Who watches Prison Break? Okay, it's McCain.
Even Heroes creator Tim Kring knows how bad his show has been this season, — he admitted as much to Entertainment Weekly yesterday.
So far, we've been giving the WGA the benefit of the doubt, but this is exactly the sort of thing that could turn us against them!
American Gangster decisively topped the weekend's box office, pulling in $46.3 million and setting a new record for the highest opening for an R-rated crime drama ever. Also, possibly even more impressively, it defeated Bee Movie in a season when moviegoers are so hungry for family films that The Game Plan can actually be a hit.
Hollywood vs. Christmas, all over again!
Plus: A wet sloppy kiss from the Paper of Record.
It's awfully easy to excoriate Rowling for her greedy lawsuit while praising her for her charity auction. Easy, and wrong.
... with a baseball bat?!
Is NBC finally listening?
Who's with us?
Pablo Escobar is the subject of three prospective upcoming films, any of which would probably tank at the box office and get booed at Cannes.
A murdered screenwriter gets her last work produced.
"The book is stupid, and David Michaelis is an idiot."
NBC goes green in a completely unobtrusive manner.
Watch this show before it's too late, people!
You didn't watch it, but you should have, given how sucky the bulk of fall TV has proven to be.
Suddenly an actress's accent is Fargo thick!
While wildfires filled Hollywood skies with smoke and obvious metaphor, entertainment labor strikes were authorized on both coasts over the weekend.
In a season already marked by uncomfortable parallels to reality, last night's episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm was the most painful so far.