Oprah, Tina Fey, and Gwyneth also to get stars on Walk of Fame.
And Jon Stewart pulls a Britney, on our regular late-night roundup.
See a dapper Shia LeBeouf, an awkwardly styled Penn Badgley, a sexy Amanda Seyfried, and more from this month's magazines.
Tina Fey has a new entertainment product out; therefore, there is another Tina Fey backlash.
Plus Tina Fey is a harsh critic, on our regular late-night roundup.
Vulture plays studio boss.
"She understood that I knew who I was."
The film "illustrates the current disparity between television and big-screen comedy," 'Hollywood Reporter' says.
The actress tells the BBC's Jonathan Ross about her doppelgängers, Liz Lemon and Sarah Palin.
"Last week's episode planted the seed ... "
Plus Gerard Butler doesn't understand jokes on our regular late-night roundup.
Dreamworks releases the first teaser for its meta 3-D extravaganza.
We've got photos.
This is about as no-holds-barred as Tina Fey gets.
Plus: Jack White on that funny part of his new doc where he makes Meg cry.
Did Chris Rock goose Gabourey Sidibe? Was Hilary Swank actually wearing a dress at all? Are stars the best ever?
Lohan does Jesus, Pattinson passes out, Quentin Tarantino nibbles ear, and more from this month's issues.
The movie looks great.
Sarah Palin will no doubt be thrilled.
He'll play a cuckolded husband who tries to become a ladies' man.
Bon Jovi will be guesting on the '30 Rock' Valentine's Day episode.
Let's put it this way: For every Zoe Saldana, there's a Patricia Arquette.
What more could we ask for?
Plus: Chuck Lorre! Rene Russo! The mob!