With new movies from Stringer Bell and Jimmy McNulty out this weekend, we take a look at the rest of the cast's post-'Wire' activities.
Could 2009 be the year we finally wash our hands of action hero Nicolas Cage?
Watch Aaron Sorkin go to work — as reflected in his Facebook status updates for Tuesday, September 2, 2008.
'When they told me that, I thought, Aaron Spelling is rolling over in his grave right now.'
Serrano has a new show opening next month at the Yvon Lambert Gallery, and he's moved his focus from No. 1 to, naturally, No. 2.
Could a short, chubby dork really take on Christian Bale’s high-tech Batman while wearing a monocle?
Disney, of course, doesn't think this is nearly as hilarious as we do.
Movies starring 'Office' principals have been consistently bad — and unpopular — since the series became a hit.
Who's gonna pay for a movie based on the 148th most popular show on TV?
German critics are rolling up their sleeves to hate on the biggest German-language movie of the year.
Will ordinary Germans be more upset about the scalpings or about the eye patch?
The chairman of NBC is reporting from the Olympics, in as inimitable a fashion as you might expect.
HBO announces Danes's Temple Grandin biopic the same week that 'Tropic Thunder' makes fun of actors playing the disabled.
An insightful interview of the nineties indie-comedy favorite suggests he might have a movie set in Jamaica shooting soon.
What on earth is so hateable about an instrument mostly known as the one that no one in your tenth-grade concert band wanted to play?
You think this is escapism, lifestyle fun, 'Entourage' with better suits? Wrong-o.
The ball's in your court, London.
Remember just a few months ago when 'Sex and the City' came out and when the media was all 'This just in: Women go to the movies, too'?
It's not like seeing Tom Cruise acting crazy is such a huge surprise.
Disney seems guilty of nothing other than producing an election comedy featuring Kelsey Grammer.
What other auteurs could benefit from the Apatow touch — and how would they shake up the Apatow formula?
On the other hand, Harvey optioned 'Wolf Boy,' so he's okay in our book!
We can just imagine poor, hungry Sean Carlson opening up his 'Times' today and reading about Le Poisson Rouge.
Why do such terrible movies come out in August? And what defines the classic August Movie?
Fifteen years of lousy movies, in handy chart form.