The hipster multi-hyphenate joins a growing list of Season 4 guest stars
A collection of the future "Late Show" host's greatest hits so far
"Newt Gingrich is an idiot," Maurice Sendak, who died Tuesday, said to the surprised laughter of Colbert's audience
Melancholy children's classic inspired 2009 Spike Jonze film
Spike Jonze and Lance Bangs directed portrait of author of "Where the Wild Things Are"
“Where the Wild Things Are” disqualified, “The Lovely Bones” and “Crazy Heart” not submitted
In 2009, the studio became the first ever to surpass the $2 billion mark domestically
Last-minute ideas for the Hollywood insider who has everything
More critics awards, because we know you haven’t had enough of them yet
'Astro Boy,' 'Vampire's Assistant,' 'Wild Things' all disappoint.
"Paranormal Activity" may saw into ticket sales for the sixth installment of Lionsgate's Jigsaw series.
A pair of grown-up directors tackle a pair of children's classics, with mixed results.
Jonze movie lures broad audience to tune of $32.5 mil; "Law Abiding Citizen," "The Stepfather" also open better than expected.
Spike Jonze adaptation, Jamie Foxx thriller lead flurry of over-performers; expansion pays off for "Paranormal."
Paramount steps up its "Paranormal Activity" to 760 locations.
Catch up on all the top schmooze, as Ester gives her own outrageous take on the week at TheWrap.
Both understand that society is constantly caught in a dialogue between its human and animal side.
The film opens Friday, and it's still not clear if it's for kids, adults or hip adolescents.
"Where the Wild Things Are" isn't the first film that turned out scarier than the book it's based on.
After ruling the Emmys for years, the network has stealthily used Oscar rules to become a major player in the documentary races.
Spike Jonze’s Wild Things come under critical scrutiny, Jarvis Cocker serenades Mr. Fox, and the Coens go home.
With "Meatballs," someone at the studios is finally getting the message.
"Where the Wild Things Are," not your typical “Sleeping Beauty” or even “Shrek" -- but why did it take so long?