Paul Rudd's not Irish. "My connection to Ireland is more on the Oliver Cromwell side," he jokes.
In early 1997, "The Simpsons" surpassed "The Flintstones" as the longest-running primetime cartoon of all time. The fall saw longtime writer Mike Scully take over as the program's showrunner for…
David Fincher is not interested in speaking.
Leonardo DiCaprio knows how to screw with people.
Jesse Eisenberg thinks while he speaks.
For Andrew Garfield, there's no such thing as the perfect role, only a semi-perfect storm.
In 1971, actor Dennis Dugan invited filmmaker Roger Corman to his off-Broadway performance of "The House Of Blue Leaves." Surprisingly, Corman came, and the ensuing talks inspired Dugan to shift from…
Dugan gives Variety readers a sneak peek at two upcoming projects, both starring Adam Sandler
Dugan recalls his favorite moment as a filmmaker:
Average moviegoers don't know the name Dennis Dugan the way they do Michael Bay, though judging by the grosses, they've certainly seen his movies. Why the low profile? Simple: Dugan isn't a spotlight…
"I try to keep my busy-ness to a Seacrest-ian level," Joel McHale jokes, though his work ethic is no understatement.