McLovin? 'The Hangover' dudes? Elizabeth Shue?
Also out: A definitively weird portrait of once-underground comics legend R. Crumb and his deeply strange family.
Kids pretty much rule Hollywood.
'Kick-Ass' finishes a close second.
Tina Fey has a new entertainment product out; therefore, there is another Tina Fey backlash.
'Clash of the Titans' is a close second.
Vulture plays studio boss.
It didn't get him a good-night kiss.
The film "illustrates the current disparity between television and big-screen comedy," 'Hollywood Reporter' says.
The actress tells the BBC's Jonathan Ross about her doppelgängers, Liz Lemon and Sarah Palin.
This is about as no-holds-barred as Tina Fey gets.
The movie looks great.
Plus: Chuck Lorre! Rene Russo! The mob!
We're just sayin'!
Plus: romantic-comedy news!
Plus: Cameron Crowe to do a Pearl Jam concert doc?
Plus: Wait, who did Quentin Tarantino just cast in 'Inglorious Bastards'?