Mixed reviews, studio drama, and bad economy be damned, Watchmen scores the biggest weekend debut of the year-to-date.
Why Thomas Jefferson cut up the Bible — twice.
She might be more spry than Gehry, but even Zaha can’t outrun this recession.
Dakota Fanning + Twilight sequel = tween mind explosion. (Actually, we’re not convinced they like her either.)
Booker Prize-winning author James Kelman (How Late it Was, How Late) is writing a “musical road movie.”
“[Ashlee] Simpson-Wentz will play Melrose Place‘s newest resident, Violet, a bright-eyed but shrewd small-town girl and recent L.A. transplant who has come to town with a secret.” In the original version, this character was named Sandy; she didn’t make it past the first season.
Roger Ebert is (sort of) swearing off snark. Score one for Team Denby, mean age 65.5.
You know Rihanna is in a world of trouble if Oprah’s getting involved…
Thanks to a well-watched finale, USA’s spy thriller Burn Notice is now the hottest show on cable. Have you been watching?