It's like 'Meet the Parents,' only more so.
On a visit to a psychic, florist Bella Bloom learns that she has already dated — and discarded — her future husband.
Back-stabbing both literal and figurative in CBS' mid-season replacement.
If 'Law &Order' and 'Melrose Place' had an orgy with 'Ally McBeal,' this would be the unholy offspring.
Another spooky mystery from J.J. Abrams, this one with an overtly supernatural vibe.
Spoiler alert! This crazy multi-cam family happily ends their day eating pizza together.
This week, Vulture's taking a look at the best and worst of the new season's picked-up TV shows. Which are good? Can anything replace 'Cavemen'?
Two sitcom lawyers return, in an ad-agency drama.
Simon Baker plays a TV psychic turned intuitive detective in this fall series. Is it worth a season pass?
This week, Vulture's taking a hard look at the best and worst of the fall's new picked-up TV shows. Which are worth a season pass?
We've read the script and it doesn't look like Notorious B.I.G. will get the smart, probing biopic his legacy deserves.
What Will Critics Be Talking About in Broadway's All-Black ‘Cat’? Horny James Earl Jones, That's What
The former Lord Vader still has a lot of light left in his saber.
Obviously it was with major trepidation that we approached "Supernatural Superserious," the super-stupidly titled new R.E.M. song from the band's forthcoming album, Accelerate.
You can't say Sundance is a bust — if these films were at Tribeca, everyone would be thrilled. But so far it's definitely a dud.
A new documentary shows the art provocateur at her worst.
How did a 338-word story become a 111-page screenplay?
Five pilots at this year's fest get their moment in the sun.
Vulture just got back from a listening session for 8 Diagrams, the first new Wu-Tang Clan studio album since 2001's Iron Flag, which is optimistically scheduled for a November 13 release. It was 22 minutes of raw, unmixed goodness, spread over ten tracks, which were handpicked from the forthcoming LP by WTC leader RZA.
Judging from the snatches of dialogue (paired with appropriate bit of imagery) that you’ll find after the jump, we suspect In Valley of Elah will polarize movie fans.
The young woman outside the Paramount Theatre says she’s come to the Seattle preview of Young Frankenstein, Mel Brooks’s follow-up to his tremendous hit The Producers, because she’s a “bitch.” “And so is Megan Mullally!” she squeals. “From Will & Grace! She’s a bitch, I'm a bitch. We have a connection!” Ms. Mullally’s superfan is among an older and decidedly more guarded crowd — the middle-aged couple sitting next to us came because they got a deal when they bought tickets to Spamalot.