Fashion, glamour, and Deneuve.
Plus, 'Harry Potter' breaks Imax records.
Plus: Lily Allen on her inspiration.
Should've gone for the fist bump, bro!
Who would've ever guessed that the man who wrote some of the dirtiest rhymes we've ever heard was so adorable as a baby?
Last night, Dolly Parton visited the nine remaining American Idol finalists, none of whom had any idea who she was.
Plus: Morrissey, delicate flower.
The two artists spoke with Vulture by phone from L.A. this afternoon, discussing the album's genesis, the imploding record industry, and how much they paid for the new Radiohead album.
Plus news on Samantha Who?, Jack Bauer, and the U.S. version of Spaced.
Michael Chabon’s latest foray into genre — medieval fantasy this time — boasts characters almost as precisely drawn as those in The Yiddish Policemen’s Union.
Who's with us?
Sixteen genetically modified Technicolor peacocks swoop into the room...
That settles it, we're canceling our cable.
Nancy’s Season of Love, by which we mean Season of Sex came to a climax last night.
Fans of 28 Days Later and its sequel should get a load of this British PC game, in which London suffers not only nibbles from the walking dead, but also demon nuke drops and occult sadists.
A new post on the Projectionist covers a lot of ground.
One week after an innovative and exciting season premiere, in which a documentary crew chronicled Medellin's impressive on-set turmoil, Entourage transports the whole crew safely — and, for this viewer, sadly, — back to L.A. Good-bye, jungle mania and creative meltdowns!
Staten Island native Ghostface Killah left his bling at home while performing a medley of new and old faves at the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival on Saturday. Sporting a rhinestone-encrusted tee in lieu of his typical dinner-plate-size pendant, the headliner echoed the Crooklyn-4-eva festival vibe as he signed off after performing “One.”
We suspected Dr. Michael Smith would be more important than he looked: Despite appearing in the classically ephemeral television role of “doctor delivering the news in a hallway,” his picture and bio are listed on John From Cincinnati’s official Website. A dead giveaway.
"[I] will be happy to debate DeLay in whatever prison he ultimately relocates to and allow ABC to cover that debate." —Michael Moore's response to Tom DeLay, who called him "chicken" for canceling their debate [Variety]