"I saw empty seats at my performance last night! This must not be."
He took care of a bleeding tourist on a Toronto street.
He's signed on to the NBC summer series Crossbones.
Each of the following actors came this close to starring in their own installment of the web-slinging series.
Well, it's certainly a look.
From now on, we'll call this "Van Der Beek-ing."
Arguably the hardest job in showbiz.
This blog is pleased to be first to report that Emma Watson’s first post–'Harry Potter' starring role appears to have found a home in Hollywood.
Plus, Johnny Knoxville admits that he is a douche, on our regular late-night roundup.
Especially when the old people are played by Helen Mirren and John Malkovich, among others.
It wants you to cry, in a feel-good way.
Well, they have to put it out on June 18 now.
"We also just got Ken Jeong, he is the super funny actor stuck in the trunk from 'Hangover.'"
James Cameron's boundary-pushing CGI convinced Sam Raimi he couldn't do his sequel right in time.
Sam Raimi didn't think he could make a non-terrible 'Spider-Man' movie by 2011, so Sony will completely reboot the franchise.
Plus: Channing Tatum! Antonio Banderas! Frances McDormand!
Can't anyone get a Spider-Man-related project off the ground these days?
This is going to be hell on our Google Alert.
Plus: More from Fall Out Boy and the CBS crime-procedural department.
Plus: Freddy's back.
Plus: Will Ferrell explains why the budget for 'Step Brothers' was so high.
Plus: Lincoln Center Theater announces its new season, and that other guy from 'American Pie' finally gets a role.
The host of "Bathing With Bierko" talks to Vulture about bathing Malkovich, what they did with their legs, and what happened afterwards.
Plus industry news on Hellraiser, Benjamin Bratt, and Clint Eastwood's next film.