Brian Hiatt

Brian Hiatt is a staff writer for

He's becoming Hollywood's go-to comic actor -- but he also misses ''Saturday Night Live''
From ''Christie Road'' to ''Jesus of Suburbia,'' check out our list of the pop-punk godfathers' greatest songs, then post your own
The pioneering rapper (turned satellite-radio DJ) shares his favorite early rap songs with
The ruckus reportedly began with an attack on Dr. Dre
Thanks to a popular miniseries debut and ''CSI,'' CBS scores a ratings triumph
Disney pushes forward with plans to make a sequel, even though the original animators aren't on board
The late rapper's offspring will all share in his inheritance
As his new album, ''Encore,'' hits stores, look back at Marshall Mathers' best moments, then post your own favorites
Landon plays around, making Shavonda jealous, and M.J. celebrates his birthday by revealing his secret superhero identity
Here's what's notable in our first look at the final chapter of the ''Star Wars'' saga
Guest stars, a gay marriage, and a movie. Here are six things to know about the new season -- and beyond
The rock band helps their superfan propose to his girlfriend after one of their concerts
Edgar Wright, director and cowriter of the cult smash ''Shaun of the Dead,'' reveals his six favorite scary movies of all time
From ''Saw'' to ''The Grudge,'' see how 2004's frightfests extend their chills to the Web
The frat boy's bingeing alienates the roomies — and may even be ruining his chances with Shavonda
The band that made emo fun goes a few shades darker.
The housemates finally agree on something: They all hate Mel.
The teen star will star alongside her boyfriend, Wilmer Valderrama, on an episode of the Fox show
A film version of the '80s drama is on its way from original executive producer Michael Mann
A producer accuses the cable news star of harassing her with unwanted phone sex; O'Reilly accuses her of extortion
Cirque du Soleil is collaborating with the surviving Beatles on a theatrical production
Shavonda and Landon have a meeting of, er, minds, while M.J. is finding that Sarah rubs him the wrong way