Jeremy Piven visited the Big Brother House this week. Poor Jeremy.Now the houseguests are all in danger of getting mercury poisoning.
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The party builds big buzz for Syfy and EW, but it also builds good will. That's much harder to do.
Even with the outsize parties, the 6000-person screenings and all the action in the expansive exhibition floor, there were smaller and equally memorable moments throughout the Con.
As you're recovering from the joyful overkill that was this year's Comic-Con, take a few moments to catch-up on a handful of the more interesting new press releases.
"The Socials," have no choice but to be amused by the media attention, myself included. Of course, I didn't realize that talking about Botox warrants me a callous, vacuous, self-indulgent homosexual.
This will not be the last turf war that is waged over IMAX screens, and the company is already taking steps to theoretically insure that there is plenty of IMAX for every studio's overbudgeted sequel.
It's a great spot for Lambert to be in because it brings all the attention to the "problem." I just don't think the "problem" in this case is homophobia.
We'll see tonight if all the praise and support pays off for Lambert, or fuels a backlash that cuts his Idol dreams short.
EW took an inventive step in noting Adam's sexuality by making it a "footnote." This move is quite symbolic.
Scott Donaton is leaving Entertainment Weekly, where he'd been publisher since December 2007. Parent company Time Inc. said the magazine will continue...
EW's decision to part with Chris Willman makes me think this economy is in very serious trouble.
After years of inactivity, Star Trek has been re-energized by J.J. Abrams, and supposedly transformed in such a way that connects it to its roots while making it relevant again.
(Reuters) - Digital video recorder maker TiVo Inc is set to enter into an agreement with Time Warner's Entertainment Weekly that will allow its users ...
LOS ANGELES — Maybe Harry Potter should have brought a note from his parents saying he would be missing school.
Warner Bros. gave Harry the sch...
Another collection of the trivial, the inane, the entertaining, and the viral, including Jay-Z at Glastonbury, a New Yorker's worst fears of LA come true, and favorites from the Onion.
Too many readers are concerned about prestige rather than learning something. EW takes us to new places because the magazine covers only what is new.
NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- It's been six months since Scott Donaton, Ad Age's editor-turned-publisher, jumped ship to become the fifth publisher in five ...
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