Mila Kunis plays a witch in "Oz: The Great and Powerful." Our inner 5 year-old is dying to ask her, "Are you a good witch, or a bad witch?"
Host of "The Talking Dead," Chris Hardwick braves the geek hordes at Comic Con each year. It's like war reporting, but with less mortar fire and more lightsabers.
Family of the Year's members hail from Wales, Florida and California; that's quite a far-flung family. Their album is Loma Vista.
Jennifer Love Hewitt used to whisper to ghosts and now she massages guys on "The Client List." We bet the ghosts are upset they didn't realize they could ask for a massage too.
The last time "The Hangover Part III" star Justin Bartha was in Vegas, he was stranded on the roof of Caesar's Palace. Let's hope he gets stranded by the pool this time.
The Slide Brothers are joined by Shemekia Copeland to perform "Praise You." Does that make Shemekia a Slide Sister? Their new album is Robert Randolph Presents: The Slide Brothers is out now.
Zach Galifianakis returns to Vegas with the Wolf Pack in "The Hangover Part III" It's rated R & features adult language, nudity, and if you like giraffes, you might want to cover your eyes.
Jim Gaffigan has a hilarious book called Dad is Fat. Way harsh, Jim's book. Way. Harsh.
Beware of Darkness is not just a cool alt-rock band, it's handy safety tip for traveling alone. Their new album, Orthodox, is available now.
Zachary Quinto is back as Spock in "Star Trek Into Darkness." We're going to be very calm and cool and OHGODWEARESOEXCITEDWANTITNOWNOWNOWNOW.
In "The Hangover Part III"Heather Graham returns as a hooker with a heart of gold. We're still searching for a stripper with a heart of pure tungsten. Much harder to find.
Jen Kirkman has a new book, I Can Barely Take Care of Myself: Tales From a Happy Life Without Kids. Is it weird that our mom saw the title and wistfully sighed "If only..."?