It's nice to have a host you neither have to write towards nor write around.
Co-starring Bobby Moynihan.
He joins Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Naomi Watts and Zach Galifianakis.
The Bourne films have wormed their way into the collective psyche the way the Bond movies did in the sixties.
Plus: Chris Hemsworth played a mini-harmonica and did a little jig, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Can he take over Matt Damon's action franchise?
Plus: Zach Galifianakis has no problem sleeping with his directors.
Plus: Rachel Roy, Yaya Dacosta, Neve Campbell ...
The Vulture Transcript: Stone’s Edward Norton on Acting, Whether in Fight Club or The Incredible Hulk
"I’ve never called myself a Method actor."
Plus, Jaime King confirms that all men are cheerleader-obsessed perverts, on our regular late-night roundup.
"I sincerely hoped it could happen and be great for everyone, but it hasn't turned out as we all hoped."
The studio blames Norton's selfishness, basically.
Following its acquisition by a new distributor, the movie will get a bigger release sometime this summer than the two-screen one planned by First Look Studios.
He thinks you should save your weed for David Lynch.
From Edward Norton to Taylor Momsen, everyone's been accused!
The real question is this: Can he be more convincing at playing twins than Jean-Claude Van Damme? (We sincerely hope so.)
Plus: Edward Norton must get stoned.
Plus: Swine contracts swine flu.
He's going to guest-star on ABC's 'Modern Family.'
Plus: Katie Holmes to leave the house.
Plus: Nick Nolte takes a road trip!
Plus: Eminem sees the error of his ways.
Plus: Two more Spider-Man movies!
Plus: Young Jeezy inexplicably implicated in coke trial, and Edward Norton does a little publicity.
Norton is refusing to do publicity for 'Hulk' after a feud with Marvel over editing — but critics think he might've been right.