Even though their protest sounded like the lamest boycott ever, Star Wars fans have gotten Harvey Weinstein to budge ... a little.
The beat-boxing onetime runner-up calls the American Idol heir apparent "boring."
Can you patent the concept of air guitar?
Edward Norton, the star, screenwriter, and producer of this summer's The Incredible Hulk, is battling Marvel over how to edit the movie.
(Michael Moore has not been reached for comment.)
Last night a new track from Vulture buddy R. Kelly hit the Internet to much speculation and concern. On "I'm a Beast," Kellz eschews singing in favor of angry, partially incoherent rapping about an unnamed pop star, allegedly Ne-Yo.
The Shaun of the Dead star blasts the American producer-director over his plans for a U.S. edition of seminal nineties Britcom Spaced.
Andrew W.K., the oft-pit-stained rocker behind such jams as "Party Hard," "It's Time to Party," "Party Till You Puke," and "Long Live The Party," has a new music venue opening soon at 100 Lafayette that almost sounds awesome enough to make Vulture's editors leave their apartments for once.
Blah blah blah … Aretha Franklin is mad.
‘Friday Night Lights’ Fans So Angry at Ben Silverman They're Sending Him Envelopes Full of Broken Glass
Sadly ducking what could have been the funniest celebrity feud in years.
Remember how we told you that Prince was going to sue his own fan Websites for copyright infringement? Well, forget all that, because he just found out about file sharing and, man, is he upset!
For years, Fox News anchors have been yammering about the secular-progressive "War on Christmas," and it's always pretty much been a joke — but this year secular progressives may actually have a chance.
A Spanish mayor rips a world-class starchitect a new one.
Who has the highest Paycheck Ratio?
"I would rather dig my friend Ray Carver out of the ground," says Gary Fisketjon.
A showdown between network executives is a bust.
Has NBC wunderkind Ben Silverman been bionically enhanced?
"Say, are you ready to file that Ovitz piece yet? When did we assign it to you — 1997?"
An exec calls the Columbia Pictures logo fat.
Ben Silverman mocks Cavemen on CNBC.
The worst beef in history just got a little worse.
It's obviously too early to call, but we'd like to go on record as predicting that Kanye will definitely, absolutely have the No. 1 album in the country next Wednesday (if we're wrong, Vulture promises to stop recording rap albums).
Just in case the stench of corny marketing hasn't yet reached your rap-loving nostrils, both 50 Cent and Kanye West have new CDs out today. Who will sell more copies?
"I think he just doesn't get America," says Lindsay Waters, an editor at Harvard University Press, of James Wood.