Yesterday, Nintendo announced the details of Wii Music, the company's newest product designed to make you look like the world's biggest moron.
It would be nice to see to see Keanu Reeves stretch as an actor.
Paramount just passed on $450 million in film financing, but apparently it's no big deal.
Method actors Josh Brolin and Jeffrey Wright were arrested following a day of shooting on Oliver Stone's upcoming Bush comedy.
The show's creator is allegedly considering killing Izzie. How should they do it?
Which one of Guillermo del Toro's wild menagerie will catch the public's fancy?
'Meet Dave,' which we loudly suggested could be worse than 'Norbit,' is merely mediocre!
Seriously, everyone seems to disagree on this. 'Mij-mit'?
The oft-pitchy 'American Idol' winner has just signed an endorsement deal with Skechers. What will his shoe look like?
The execrable-looking comedy comes out this weekend, and its star wouldn't even attend its premiere.
'Maybe you are the next Lil Wayne, but probably not,' he told a room full of kids.
Brad Pitt’s Imminent Paternity to Further Complicate Timely Completion of Tarantino’s ‘Inglorious Bastards’?
Tarantino says he's talking to Pitt to star in his new movie, which he promises to have ready by next May.
Tarantino finally finished the script. Now who will pay to make the movie?
Texarkana audiences were upset last month when "Blue Collar Brawlin'" took an unexpected turn.
The kings of red-state radio rock sign a $70 million deal.
'He made so much money off of 'Honey, I Shrunk The Kids' that he retired.'
In which we take Frank Rich at his word and nominate the little robot from the future as the candidate for today.
Vulture intercepts a top-secret fake email from Ben Silverman to his new employees.
"There's a fair amount of sexual energy and drug parallels," says Daniel Radcliffe.
Why it's totally possible that fifteen years of Weinstein tapes exist.
Proposed title: 'The One That's 105 Minutes Long.'
Rodriguez and his muse Rose McGowan have split up, opening more leading roles for women than Hollywood's seen in years.
Caution: Spoilers ahead!
Great news, Brett Ratner fans!
We're not usually that political at Vulture, but in this case we must speak out.