Nancy Grace’s ‘DWTS’ run is quickly turning her into Britney Spears, looks notwithstanding.
At 15 minutes per episode, a new season means a whopping 90 minutes or so of programming the station won’t have to worry about next year.
Did someone say “Milhouse Spinoff?” Yes. I did. Just now. I want a Milhouse Spinoff.
Hollywood has lost its foremost guy who can play a general.
From iPads to Pixar, Jobs had a tremendous effect on the world of visual entertainment.
This is sadder than the first ten minutes of ‘Up’.
But will he be a big-city lawyer? The answer is “yes.”
He’s come a long way since f*cking pies.
This is going to be weird.
I hope this paves the way for other beloved, irrelevant properties to be made into films, too!
We call bullsh*t!
Apparently, sort of looking like ‘Mad Men’ will help your show last two episodes. After that, it has to be good.
Be careful what you wish for…
Darren Aronofsky won’t have to look under the couch cushions after all.
This is the one good thing Hitler’s ever done.
It would actually be more mysterious if he did a project that wasn’t shrouded in secrecy.
Anybody interested in a ’24′/’Arrested Development’ back-to-back screening?
Holy balls! It’s really happening!
He did ask nicely.
No foreign objects!
Here’s a shortlist of Hollywood’s shortest.
“We’re not the African Kardashians.” – Then why would we watch?
Wes Craven’s talks about remakes, ‘Scream 4′, and strong female characters.
Also, he’s a fan of indie rock and good friends with Donald Faison!
“The last movie I saw in a theater was Cocoon, with Wilford Brimley.”
They’re the only ones who can almost make some sense of the story.
It makes sense, cause I’ve always considered The Rock to be the thinking man’s Tim Robbins.
Lots and lots of undead gore.
No nude scenes, please.