Plus: Marion Cotillard's strange photo shoot with the Nutcracker took her by surprise, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Al Pacino as an old Don Corleone, and a young Henry Winkler...
See Paul Rudd, Dennis Hopper, Angelina Jolie, Michael Cera, Lady Gaga, and more in the slideshow.
See Sean Penn, Dev Patel, Rihanna, Ke$ha, and more from this month's magazines.
What wisdom do we hope this year's nominees, snubbed hopefuls, and breakout stars take away from one of the most exciting awards races in recent memory?
He's been accused by KISS-loving YouTubers of swiping the melody of "I Was Made for Lovin' You" for a song on his new record.
Apparently Stone intends to market this thing like a spiritual sequel to 'Step Brothers.'
Method actors Josh Brolin and Jeffrey Wright were arrested following a day of shooting on Oliver Stone's upcoming Bush comedy.
What's happening in this week's 'New York'?
Plus: Richard Dreyfuss cast as Cheney, and Yoko Ono claims courtroom victory!
Plus: Patty and Selma rejoice! Here comes a 'McGuyver' movie!
The leader of the free world is so unimportant that even self-righteous Hollywood blowhards can't be bothered to get angry at him.
We read the screenplay for Oliver Stone's Bush biopic and liked it so much, we couldn't wait to see the movie.
On Monday, we jokingly suggested that Oliver Stone's W might be a comedy. Today, we were proven right.
Are we finally getting a movie version of 'That's My Bush!'? It sure looks like it!
Thandie Newton will play Condoleezza Rice, and Ioan Gruffudd Tony Blair, in Stone's 'W.'
How do we know Paul Giamatti is in talks with Oliver Stone? Because we saw them literally in talks the other week, at the Edison Café near Times Square.
Ice Cube sells his script, W's parents are cast, and Sam Raimi casts some collateral damage in Drag Me to Hell.
The morning's news from the trades, including Elizabeth Banks as Laura Bush and Tim Rice as the lyricist for Phantom, Part Two.
After a disappointing season of shark-jumping absurdity, Jack Bauer returns in January — with more shark-jumping absurdity!