Plus: Courteney Cox is joining the cast of a show that you totally forgot was still on the air.
Plus: Stephin Merritt's Neil Gaiman musical is ready for the stage.
Plus: Josh Hartnett on the West End, and Young Jeezy in the movies.
And Gwyneth, Keira ,and Naomi are set to play Lear's daughters.
Plus: Kate Mulgrew joins Harry Potter's wang onstage, and Aidan Quinn and Rutger Hauer get a TV show.
Plus: Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt will try their damnedest to play Irishmen.
How will we explain the Care Bear Stare while holding an emaciated, not-so-stuffed animal?
Plus: "This is exciting for me because I've never done a movie about a notorious murder," Brian De Palma definitely didn't say.
Women! Women women women women women! Women!
At this point, actually, we might be more excited about 'Tales of the Black Freighter' than we are about 'Watchmen.'
For starters, they've hired the screenwriter of 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' to punch up the script.
Plus: Katie Holmes on Broadway!
God, how embarrassing.
That's what anonymously sourced reports are claiming!
Plus: Patty and Selma rejoice! Here comes a 'McGuyver' movie!
After a marketing campaign focuses on Heath Ledger's Joker, Aaron Eckhart's character plays a prominent role in a surprise trailer at Comic-Con.
'[title of show]' gets its happy ending, 'Short Circuit' gets revived, and the path for 'Goonies II' seems clear!
Plus industry news on Jaime Pressly, Shekhar Kapur, Jennifer Aniston, and U2.
After all, the argument goes, now these schmoes who are leeching off their father's legacy can force DC to stop printing Superman comics or demand that Warner Bros. stop making Superman movies!
The music business, increasingly facing irrelevance in an economy ruled by technological innovation, has just announced its newest hire — it's some guy with a background in the music business!
No, this is not some newfangled revolution. It's a seven-year-old gimmick.
Plus: Who's replacing Orlando Bloom?
Plus: Reality-Show Contestants to Meet Paris, Get STDs
"Barf," says one insider.
Mark your calendars for November 2010 and May 2011.