So how much physical discomfort WOULD men go through?
There's no guarantee these spoilers are true — alternate endings have, apparently, been filmed.
At this point, actually, we might be more excited about 'Tales of the Black Freighter' than we are about 'Watchmen.'
Hey, game developers: We want to be rock gods, not musicians!
Last night's Cannes premiere of Steven Soderbergh's four-hour biopic of Che Guevara seems to have been something of a fiasco.
For starters, they've hired the screenwriter of 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' to punch up the script.
It pains us to say this, but one Website is using science to suggest that he might. We hate and fear science!
Obviously Philip Seymour Hoffman should play one of the Davids — but which?
Tonight, a winner is picked. Will America make a wise decision — or will they go with David Cook?
The bearded, hobbity auteurs are taking questions from fans for a live online chat.
Is Locke the Dalai Lama or the Egyptian god Horus? And did you know that, scientifically, they could move the island?
Syesha is the contestant with nothing to lose, and as you know if you've watched a few movies about renegade cops, that makes her very, very dangerous.
We can't believe it hasn't happened yet!
Apparently the Wachowskis' new movie is tracking poorly among the sane.
Marvel has a chance to launch some new superheroes — and superheroines.
Plus: What is David Archuleta's dad punching into the Manipulatron 5000?
'Iron Man' is the best-reviewed movie of 2008 — but will Grand Theft Auto fans put on pants and drive to movie theaters?
We hope it's Kelly Kapur!
Will Nick Fury meet Tony Stark or not? Jon Favreau might have a surprise up his sleeve.
As everyone knows, the true measure of success for any entertainment product is the number of people who are knifed in line while waiting to pay money for it.
America now faces three major threats to its global economic hegemony in the 21st century: China, India, and Rockstar Games.
How will the Idol hopefuls cope with yet another old-timey theme night?
The heavens parted and the Buffyverse rejoiced last week as Whedon's new series, 'Dollhouse,' started production at Fox.
Charting today's ups and downs in the battle for the Greatest Pop-Culture Weekend of All Time.
We make no apologies for our teenage emo drama.