While many watched Bob Costas interview Jerry Sandusky last night, ABC was airing something far more uplifting.
Today in show business news: Steven Soderbergh is headed to television, Intervention will intervene no more, and USA is sending camp kids to battle.
An international trailer for the upcoming Margaret Thatcher biopic The Iron Lady has been released, and it presents itself as a stirring King's Speech (meets Evita?) style drama about a populist hero overcoming adversity. Wait. Are we talking about the same Margaret Thatcher here?
Holy Haymitch, it's here. The first teaser trailer for the upcoming Hunger Games movie, based on the hugely successful book series, has arrived! And it looks good!
Universal has released the first trailer for next June's fairytale actioner Snow White and the Huntsman, a swooping special effects-heavy re-imagining that marks the first feature film from commercial director Rupert Sanders. It looks interesting!
It's now official that Brian Grazer, spiky-headed producer of roughly a billion movies, has stepped in to replace the disgraced Brett Ratner as producer of next year's big, glittery
Republican National Convention Oscars ceremony. This is a good choice!
Less than a day after Brett Ratner resigned from his post as a producer of next year's Oscars ceremony amid some unfortunate soundbite controversy, his chosen host Eddie Murphy has pulled out as well. So everyone is forced to wonder: Who's gonna host the damn Oscars now?? Luckily, we have some ideas.
Bil Keane, who created the popular Family Circus newspaper cartoon strip in 1960, has passed away at age 89, reports to the AP.
HBO just passed on Téa Leoni's new show, which is a shame. She, and these nine other actors, deserve their own show.
Brett Ratner has been on a bit of an apology tour over the past couple days for saying stupid things, and it's all very embarrassing. For Ratner, sure, but also for the Academy.
In a surprise victory, DreamWorks' Puss in Boots won the weekend for the second time in a row, besting the A-list comedy Tower Heist by nearly $10 million.
Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar Hoover biopic J. Edgar premiered last night in Los Angeles, which means the early reviews are in. Let's take a look!
Two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank has certainly made a few good choices in her life, otherwise she might still be known as simply that girl from that Karate Kid movie, but she also has a knack for career-careening catastrophes.
America's deep and sadly abiding fascination with the spending of money will obviously never die completely -- we're too wish-based a society for that -- but might there be hope that something like Occupy Wall Street could, in some moderately significant way, at least change current tastes in pop culture?
Last night was the season premiere of Top Chef: Texas, the latest installment of Bravo's excellent cooking competition series, and it was so exciting—mostly because someone was eliminated, like, every three seconds.
It seems there's a New York poets group chiefly populated by young attractive gay men (and their rich older benefactors) looking to get it on. Alas, you're not invited.
Now that nearly all the new shows of the fall TV season have premiered (Once Upon a Time and Grimm both unmagically limped onto the scene last week), let's take a look at who we like the best right now. From listless New Yorkers to men with half a face, these are our favorite TV characters right now.
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