As television slowly returns after a brief winter's nap, it's inevitable that some nights of programming will be worse than others. And wooftie if last night's slate wasn't full of stinkers! Which piece of gunk did you watch?
Today in show business news: Jennifer Hudson might become an American Idol judge, Jon Stewart finds a leading man for his risky directing debut, and Tom Cruise walks away from a movie.
The happiest part of the calendar flipping over to January is that it means new television will soon be flickering on our screens.
Today we review two new animal-themed movies, War Horse and We Bought a Zoo.
FX's American Horror Story ended terrifically last night, and today its co-creator Ryan Murphy announced a bold new plan.
The network just canceled three half-hour comedies. Where are their replacements?
An early trailer for The Hobbit has dropped and we're not sure we like the looks of it.
When you think about it, there really is nothing to like about The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
Finally a new Batman trailer is out, unfortunately a new Wrath of the Titans trailer is also out, plus news of the new Punk'd.
The Golden Globe nominations are here! The Hollywood Foreign Press's big drunken awards ceremony is exactly a month away, and so here are the candidates for receiving useful doorstoppers and paperweights. Let's briefly analyze.
Hooray, the SAG Award nominations, that is the award nominations given out by the Screen Actors Guild actors union, have been announced. There aren't too many surprises, but let's take a look at them anyway. Awards season!
Hollywood's famous Black List -- a listing of the hottest as-yet-unproduced screenplays, voted on by industry executives -- was released today, and as always there are some scripts that seem exciting and others that seem... less so.
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