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Plus: LaToya Jackson wouldn't mind going on a manhunt alongside Martha Stewart, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Featuring Jimmy Fallon, Taylor Swift, Adam Driver, and more.
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President Obama takes inspiration from Vanity Fair.
He'll play the antagonist to Jessica Lange in the second season.
And a few of his worsts, as well.
Still, he tells us, "I knew what I was going to do and it was a very clear choice for me to do it in the way that I did it."
Zachary Quinto on His Financial Crisis Movie Margin Call, Playing the Villain, and Occupy Wall Street
It's the first time he's publicly confirmed that he's gay.
Check out the star-filled trailer for this financial drama.
The Off Broadway revival has been extended.
"All these questions are too personal, sorry."
A lusty, lumpy, lovably imperfect remount.
Pee-Wee Herman, a sort of 'Star Trek' invasion, and Sutton Foster singing "I Get a Kick Out of You" are a few of the expected delights of the upcoming season.
Plus: Christina Aguilera to tour this summer.
The 'Star Trek' star teams up with comedian Philip Quinaz.
Plus: Jason Priestley! Zachary Quinto! Ray Bradbury!
Is there any other possible explanation for the events of this week?
"Every time I get on an airplane, I have a routine. It's not Airborne. That stuff doesn't work."
Plus industry news on Reese Witherspoon, Vince Vaughn, John Waters, and Led F'in Zeppelin, man.