The author is getting more "frowns" than "smiles" for his depiction of "the world's most powerful Internet company."
And it's hard to ignore.
Directed by Run Lola Run's Tom Tykwer.
It's called reading, guys.
It's the movie he wrote with John Krasinski and Dave Eggers.
Though he'd still be willing to star in it.
He co-wrote the movie with John Krasinski.
For Game 1 at AT&T Park: Texas Rangers vs. the San Francisco Giants.
Books, remember those?
A blogger cuts through the speculation on the venerable publication's new editorship with a boldly counterintuitive idea.
Are you ready for another Dave Eggers–penned film for adults that looks deceptively like one for kids?
Earliest projections could be sign of a big hit.
Plus: Taylor Swift not too concerned about hurting other peoples' feelings.
$5.99 will get you six months worth of daily updates on your iPhone from everyone's favorite literary website.
It certainly looks familiar, doesn't it?
Plus: Dave Eggers's uncle learns his dark secret.
He discusses some of his favorite films with the 'Guardian.'
It has a distinct Cameron Crowe by way of Fox Searchlight feel to it, which isn't necessarily a cause for concern.
He's certainly no Axl Rose, but it's good to know he's out there in case some tragic accident should ever befall Peter, Bjorn, or John.
Plus: Maggie Gyllenhaal replaces Toni Collette in Sam Mendes's Eggers-penned relationship comedy.
Plus: Guns N' Roses nowhere near releasing 'Chinese Democracy,' and Sam Mendes's Dave Eggers comedy might actually be funny!
This isn't a Veggie Tales movie, Warner Bros.!
Over the weekend, this leaked clip, purportedly from Dave Eggers and Spike Jonze's upcoming movie adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are, hit the Internet to much wonder and speculation.
Plus: Sam Mendes to shoot Dave Eggers's and Vendela Vida's comedy.
How did a 338-word story become a 111-page screenplay?