Today in celebrity gossip: The Rolling Stones frontman made a little faux pas during last night's 12/12/12 concert, Pippa Middleton takes the piss out of herself, and Barbara Walters confronts One Direction.
Today in celebrity news: Duchess Kate is learning how to cook, Justin Theroux maybe had a bachelor party, and Faye Dunaway made a very important phone call.
Gone is the magic of the Lord of the Rings series; in comes an overworked use of technology that forces you to spend much of this long movie distracted by how dreadful everything looks. And Peter Jackson doesn't tell the story well enough to save this wan, distracted effort, for kids or adults.
With apologies to Lindsay Lohan (sort of), we've attempted to dwell not so much on the horribly depressing and negative stories that flood the tabloids every day (read: Amanda Bynes) and instead focused on the tales of hope and redemption — in so far as one hopes Chris Brown can really be redeemed (he can't) or one really hopes for Rob and Kristen.
Warner Bros. has just released the first full-length trailer for their big summer 2013 Superman reboot, and it really is quite something. Should we be hopeful, or really disappointed?
A humble request to all the Internet whiners, on the occasion of the end of a ridiculous second season: Remember that Showtime's Big Important Show was never that good to begin with. Just enjoy the silly trip.
Today in celebrity gossip: Hef and Crystal are finally tying the knot, Halle Berry's ex is officially to blame, and The Voice has a big moment.
Oscar mania grows stronger by the day, so it's time to take a gamble at figuring out who might wind up vying for gold in the most crowded of this year's big categories.
We're not fortune tellers, but we do have a wealth of material about royal people, both real and otherwise, from which to make some informed guesses. So come, let us take a look at the possible life of Baby England.
So much of this movie is real, and in new and surprising ways, which makes it newsy and relevant here and now, three weeks before its release. A review of Kathryn Bigelow's thorough and satisfying depiction of the most famous manhunt of our time.
In a year that has been disproportionately in favor of big performances from the guys, this category is anyone's game at this point. That said, let's look at the five performances we think will get Oscar's attention come January.
Andrew Dominik's heavy-handed caper tries to make a lot of very important points, including maybe that there is no point, which is ultimately kind of pointless. Or at least disappointing.
Downton mastermind Julian Fellowes has just signed a deal with NBC to create The Gilded Age, a drama about 1880s New York City. At long last, our very own look at opulent wealth and stifled internal longings!
Today in show business news: The much talked-about (and teased) Lifetime biopic didn't score huge ratings, Beyoncé is going into the Beyoncé business, and Cory and Topanga and live.
With Les Mis and Zero Dark Thirty screening over the weekend to much acclaim, it's time to start filling out our potential Oscar ballots, based on how each movie fits into this year's awards landscape.
Even if the powdery devil known as Charlie Sheen has become but a distant memory for the folks at CBS' onetime flagship sitcom, that doesn't mean the show's troubles with its cast are over. Angus T. Jones says he doesn't want to be on the show anymore because it is "filth." Yikes.
Today in celebrity gossip: America's favorite young woman is going further with Britain's favorite young man, Charlie Sheen gave Lindsay Lohan a lot of money, and weight-loss secrets of the stars.
Yay, it's Thanksgiving! Meaning you can eat lots of food and watch football and jump around in leaf piles and oh god if you don't get out of this house you are going to scream, so it's time to go to the movies. But what should you see? Well, it depends on who you're with. Here's a handy guide.
We suffered through Lifetime's Elizabeth Taylor biopic Liz & Dick, the one starring Lindsay Lohan, and here's why we think you should too.
Today in celebrity gossip: People are griping about Rihanna's plane tour, Daniel Craig completes driver's-ed, Cameron Diaz puts her foot in it, and Leo DiCaprio makes out with an old lady. Sorta.
To the shock of many and the delight of Rockefeller Center, NBC is finishing November sweeps at the top of the broadcast network ratings heap for the first time there in almost a decade.
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