Today in show business news: A surprising talent gets involved in the network pilot game, bad news for Breaking Bad, and our first look at Michel Gondry's latest.
Today in show business news: Not many people watched the American Idol finale, The Voice is still going strong, and Pete Campbell takes to the stage.
It's cold out there, and the new movies don't look great, and there's no football. But don't despair! There's plenty else you can do to entertain yourself between now and the next time you work.
The New York Post is reporting today that the voice of supposedly duped Notre Dame football player Manti Te'o's non-existent girlfriend belongs not to admitted hoaxer Ronaiah Tuiasosopo but to Tuiasosopo's (female) cousin, Tino.
At some point every year someone will say to you, "It seems like everyone's sick, huh?" Except! Right now, everyone really is sick, aren't they? Walking around town is like the "before" part of a DayQuil commercial. Sniffling and sneezing and coughing and hacking. It's everywhere.
Last night I was faced with a terrible dilemma. There I was, safely inside after braving the miserable cold, ready to sit down on the sofa and settle into a cozy night of TV-watching. But then, to my horror, I realized something awful: There was nothing on.
So it's been announced that Mad Men, perhaps the most-beloved show of the current Quality TV age, will be returning for its sixth (and likely penultimate) season on April 7th. Most people are reacting to the news with excitement but we're feeling a little more subdued. Not because we don't like the show. But because we know where too much hype can get us.
Yes, there are reports that Beyoncé decided to use a dreaded pre-recorded backing track rather than sing live, which is alternately breaking hearts and confirming suspicions the nation over. But really, why should we be upset? It still sounded great, didn't it?
Isn't it twisted how twisted we all are? This is a boring, dumb question that the hacks of film and television have been asking us since David Fincher's operatically grim film first rattled us nearly two decades ago. And boy do I wish they would stop.
We've been watching inauguration activities for some six hours now. Wolf Blitzer has basically been muttering a tone poem since 11 a.m., Chris Matthews has snapped his tether and is floating around the studio, and Brit Hume spent the morning reminding us, with no small amount of hope in his gravelly voice, that second terms are often hobbled by unforeseen catastrophes.
Today in celebrity gossip: Teen sensation Selena Gomez gets serious at a concert, John Galliano finds himself back in fashion's good graces, and Leo DiCaprio is ready for a rest.
Oscar contender Jessica Chastain has a new ghost movie, Mama, out this weekend, and we have so many questions.
Today in celebrity gossip: There's a big rumor about Jodie and Mel going around, an odd new wrinkle in the Manti Te'o story is revealed, and see a list of what the Royal Family got as gifts last year.
Entertainment Weekly has created a handy primer highlighting thirteen of the most intriguing films unfurling at the 3,000th (approx.) annual Sundance Film Festival. In case it's all maybe too much to read, we've gone and taken the most interesting or head-scratching sentence or phrase from each writeup and listed them below.
Today in show business news: Carrie Bradshaw is left on the cutting-room floor, Betty White gets another big birthday party, and USA wants its own Andy Cohen show.
Foster, bumbling around a contemporary pop culture reference at the Golden Globes, said "I'm not Honey Boo Boo child" to emphasize how highly she values her own privacy. But GLAAD seems intrigued enough in its annual Media Awards.
Last night wasn't just a night of teary triumph in Hollywood. It was also a night of teary heartbreak in rural England, as the second installment of Downton Abbey's third season aired on PBS and further punished an already terribly mistreated character. Read no further lest ye want spoilers.
Now that this year's Golden Globe Awards have come and gone, it's time to re-focus on the really important prizes of the season, the Academy Awards. What do last night's victories and losses tell us?
What we learned on Sunday night: Argo has serious awards potential, there are brewing Oscar face-offs for Best Actress and even Best Actor, and Jodie Foster is kind of strange. Re-live the whole ceremony (and the red carpet) with GIFs, jokes, video, and more.
The Golden Globe Awards arrive Sunday with a laid-back night full of drunken millionaires handing glorious trophies to each other. Here are some predictions about who will really come out on top on Hollywood's second-biggest night.
In the second season, Lena Dunham's show is blessedly less concerned with defining an era or a generation and more relaxed in its own particular conventions. And that's a good thing.
This Sunday's New York Times Magazine features a long piece by Stephen Rodrick about the filming of The Canyons, a low-budget make-it-or-break-it movie starring Lindsay Lohan. You must give the entire thing a read, but in case you just don't have time today (it's long), here are our favorite selections.
This morning, in irksomely bit-y fashion (it's too early for bits, guys), Emma Stone and Seth MacFarlane announced the nominees for this year's Academy Awards. As always there were some surprises, some disappointments, and some definite snubs.
Who will get picked? Who will get snubbed? The Academy Awards are never entirely predictable, but we have some educated guesses in the so-called major categories, before we bring you the full roll call bright and early Thursday morning.
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