Fox unveiled the teaser trailer for Avatar, part of its campaign to make the latest from James Cameron the most over-hyped movie of 2009. Tonight they're also screening a few scenes from the 3-D sci-fi spectacle at theaters around the country - check out the Bad & the Beautiful blog around 8:30 p.m. for a report on the sneak preview.

Project Runway is finally, finally back! What did you think? EW loved the new L.A. incarnation. We liked it, but wished people would stop crying already.

EW wonders whether Inglourious Basterds can bail out the long floundering Weinstein Company.

And Basterds director Quentin Tarantino explains the reasoning behind five of his most brilliant soundtrack picks, including "Stuck in the Middle With You."

Director Robert Zemeckis will be giving the Beatles' Yellow Submarine the Polar Express treatment - in 3-D.

Michael Jackson's concert rehearsal footage - oops, I mean his final major film appearance - has a release date.

The Vivian Girls, who play The Summit next weekend, spent some time with The Fader in a Jersey Shore bar.

We've been psyched about the upcoming Where the Wild Things Are movie for a while now, and now we're just as excited to hear who Karen O (Spike Jonze's ex) lined up to collaborate with her on the soundtrack.

Can Ryan Adams and Okkervil River frontman Will Sheff help Norah Jones graduate beyond being your mom's favorite singer?

The Twilight-related product tie-ins have officially gone too far.

Paste has an informative playlist for health care reform protesters carrying around pictures of Barack Obama with a Hitler 'stache.

This is the most absurd thing we've read all week.

And this is turning into the weirdest celebrity "sex" tape story yet.

To send you off on your weekend, here's Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane continuing his singular campaign to win an Emmy.