Which coming attractions helped their own cause, and which buried themselves?
'Tron 2,' 'Fringe,' 'Wolverine,' and more all together at the year's biggest Hollywood promotional event.
More than 300 people responded to our post earlier this week. Here are a few of the most special comments!
That's what anonymously sourced reports are claiming!
Spoiler: Hurley loves ranch dressing!
On Ryan Seacrest's radio show this morning, Paula attempted to explain her incredible prescience.
Since we wrote last week about comedian Artie Lange's jaw-dropping blowup at his assistant on Howard Stern's Sirius radio show, the Internet's been abuzz with speculation as to what will happen when the show returns from vacation on Monday.
Is Michael a grown-up version of Walt? Did Regina jump ship to join Naomi in the afterlife? We have no idea!
Behind the mirror-moon theory, the ontological paradox, and Slaughterhouse-Five.
Blogs report back on a rainy, nerdy weekend in Scranton.
We think it's kind of awesome. What does the rest of the Internet think?
Grub Street Defends ‘The Cable Guy,’ and Other Awesome Responses to Our Actors-Turned-Directors List
"A work of surpassing genius."
Everything you need to know about Radiohead today so far.
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.
Anthony Tommasini is in love; the bloggers are not.
"I saw Transformers last night," he said. "Holy shit, it was awesome."
Yesterday we told you about the trailer for the new J.J. Abrams–produced monster movie, which features shaky camera-phone footage of the Statue of Liberty's head getting blown off. (Maybe the monster is some kind of enormous John Rambo!) Today the trades jump on the story, with few results, while the movie blogs continue their yeoman's work of digging into Cloverfield's viral marketing campaign.