And it's about kitsch clocks.
Plus industry news on John Patrick Shanley's new musical, Tucker Max's new movie, and Sharpay's 'Teen Witch' remake.
For the first time, a character suggests a future in which Michael Cera isn't playing high schoolers into his forties.
Cera will play Bryan Lee O'Malley's lovable comic-book slacker; Geena Davis returns to TV; and Suzan Lori-Parks will direct Fences on Broadway.
Plus industry news on Sam Raimi's new TV show.
"Barf," says one insider.
A spooky adventure, and a comedy of supervillainy.
The current roster of bankable box-office stars is notably free of homunculi.
Plus: Leonardo DiCaprio as an ex-cop?
And Vulture has an excerpt.
And how did author Doug Brown celebrate?
Plus industry news on Avril Lavigne, Matthew Broderick, and Thomas Jane.
Will we follow through on our pledge not to make fun of him for six months?
Is this Tom Hanks' next role?
James Frey's new film agent prepares to submit his novel.
Hey Hollywood directors: If you option this book, Vulture pledges not to make fun of you for a period of six (6) months.
The whole story of a mid-list novelist's big break.
Last week, we hear, agent Ellen Levine at Trident Media closed a deal for a postapocalyptic vampire trilogy with editor Mark Tavani at Ballantine.
‘Marley & Me’ With Race Cars? ‘Jonathan Livingston Seagull’ for Dogs? Whatever, It's Worth $1.2 Million to HarperCollins
We're hearing that Garth Stein's novel The Art of Racing in the Rain, first discussed on Mediabistro's Galleycat, has sold at auction for $1.2 million to Laurie Chittenden at HarperCollins.