There's a lot to discuss here.
The writer waxes rhapsodic about just why the Ted Danson classic is the perfect sitcom, and how it influenced his own show.
In which we learn that a samurai without his sword is, in fact, still a samurai.
Will Gluck is a quick-witted, inventive director with a natural touch for contrivance.
They want Harrelson for the role of head gamemaker Seneca.
That's every award it was nominated for.
Plus: Suri Cruise is "so cool," says 30-year-old man.
Parties, Gowns, Campaign, Repeat: A Portfolio of the Long, Star-Studded, Red-Carpeted Path to the Oscars
When you attend over a dozen movie awards shows, parties, lunches, brunches, teas, and Q&As over two weeks, you learn a few things.
The actor dishes about going town to town with his "dog and pony show." And steals hats.
James Cameron! Harvey Weinstein! Advanced math!
Plus: 'Zombieland 2' will be in brain-splattering 3-D!
Could this be the film in which Ben Foster finally breaks out?
Plus: Ozzy Osbourne no fan of being stabbed.
Jonathan Rhys Myers: "I've only slept with like 22 people."
Plus: romantic-comedy news!
Plus: 'Scrubs' creator Bill Lawrence will hit you in the face.
Plus: Eliza Dushku hates wearing clothes.
Plus: Woody Harrelson battles zombies!
Plus: Kat Dennings to star in indie comedy!
Ah, the last week in August, a magical time of year when we publish the hopeful ramblings of actors, musicians, and homeless crazy people in lieu of actual news.
This looks less like a movie and more like a ploy to have someone else foot the weed bill for a summer.
Plus: New projects for Ben Kingsley, Samantha Morton, Josh Hartnett, Eva Mendes, and Woody Harrelson.
Plus: Demi Moore goes indie, and Donald Trump is getting his own series on Lifetime!
Plus: Peter O'Toole calls today's actors buttheads, and Woody Harrelson owns up to marginalizing hemp!
Plus: Woody Harrelson gets confused!