Today in celebrity news: Lindsay Lohan is at the Betty Ford Center, the fascinating Reese Witherspoon arrest footage has been unearthed, and Lance Bass thinks that someone in One Direction is gay.
Today in show business: Zach Braff's Kickstarter movie just got some real funding, two non-singers are joining the Into the Woods cast, and Bradley Cooper is headed to the kitchen.
Today in show business news: the story of the late sniper Chris Kyle could be Bradley Cooper's key to Oscar gold, Reese Witherspoon heads to space, and Justin Timberlake continues to attempt acting.
Warner Bros. has released another clip for The Hangover Part III, the sequel you never knew you needed, and while it's more of the same hijinks, the clip does actually provide some plot for this thing. It's not the same formula; it's just the same jokes.
Funny or Die is out with "Part 2" of the "Between Two Ferns" Oscar special. Here are the highlights — and, uh, Daniel Day-Lewis, and, um, Sally Field eating Anne Hathaway?
A guide to talking about red-carpet fashion that will make you sound like an E! correspondent, Joan Rivers, or just some girl who yells at her TV a lot while watching the Golden Globes pre-show.
It's still early, but things are looking good for Kathryn Bigelow's Osama bin Laden flick, which today claimed the National Board of Review awards for best picture, best director, and best actress.
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.
A review of Silver Linings Playbook, the movie where Bradley Cooper finally shows us what he can do.
Today in showbiz news: Fox has an insane new celebrity competition show planned, Bradley Cooper is striking a devil's bargain, and the last Twilight movie is gonna be big.
The college dropout may have more than one intimate encounter caught on video. Elsewhere in today's celebrity gossip: Natalie Portman has a dramatic new look, Anjelica Huston is turning her house into a club, and Katie Holmes reconnects with an old friend from Capeside.
Also: Michelle Williams and Jason Segel are dating, adorably.
The best Oscar after-party moments, including Sean Young's arrest, Cameron Diaz's blackballing, and Madonna's over-the-top Gucci party favors.
Kelly Clarkson endorses Ron Paul and outrages the Internet, Kanye West is still available for New Year's Eve, and Zoe Saldana and Bradley Cooper are "totally dating."
Plus: Alan Dershowitz is giving Larry David his chance to resolve the Israel-Palestine conflict.
One set of people calls Zucotti Park home the other is protesting in Midtown, some 60 blocks away, but both sets are braving the elements, fighting against a conglomerate bigger than themselves and are doing it for the will of the people.
Occupy DC beckons Harrison Ford, Tim Burton is designing a Macy's Thanksgiving day parade float, and John Edwards will walk his daughter down the aisle.
Plus: Mark Zuckerberg knows his showtunes
Plus: Ben Bernanke too cool to watch a movie that's partly about him
Plus: Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy are making an identity theft comedy
Zach Galifianakis thinks there will be a jailbreak from a mental institution in there
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