Touching on typical Wu-Tang subjects like samurais, prostitutes, coke, chess, and comic-book heroes, it’s everything Wu diehards want, and features the group’s eight living emcees (especially Method Man) at their best.
Plus: Ghostface the neat freak?
Sony Pictures announced this morning that they're finally working on a second sequel to the classic 1984 ghost-busting comedy Ghostbusters. But, instead of a live-action film, it'll be a video game. Also, it will be awesome.
RCRD LBL, a new joint venture by Downtown Records and Engadget editor Peter Rojas, launched today, marking the first attempt to run an MP3 blog that pays artists such as Mos Def, Art Brut, and Justice a fee in order to give away their music for free.
Plus: Quotes from Seth MacFarlane and Kristen Schaal!
The cast and crew of The Farnsworth Invention, Aaron Sorkin's first Broadway show in eighteen years, gathered outside the Music Box Theater on 45th street yesterday to stand in the picket line in support of the striking stagehands union and to celebrate their non-opening with $12 bottles of Korbel Champagne.
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Plus: News about Charles S. Dutton!
Plus: News about Cloverfield and Star Trek!
Plus a new track from Britney! Yay!
"In this movie I play a magician, and I chop up three women, and I miss on the third one. There's blood everywhere," Bateman told us.
Lucas Arts based a few retro video games around plastic blocks — and the Lego Star Wars franchise became one of the best-selling ideas in the gaming industry.
Our favorite squirm comedy appears not on the big screen but the page, in the form of Nicholas Gurewitch’s deliciously unsettling comic strip the Perry Bible Fellowship.
On this week's practically Taylor-free episode, pretty much everything that happened fell into one of three categories: Who the Hell Are You?, Gross!, and Awesome!
Even Heroes creator Tim Kring knows how bad his show has been this season, — he admitted as much to Entertainment Weekly yesterday.
Plus more Jay-Z!
Hollywood vs. Christmas, all over again!
Jeffrey Sheehan’s series Refuge: Images from the Corner Bistro.
Plus, new songs by Kate Nash and the Hold Steady!
Call of Duty 4 applies the franchise’s signature detail and online play to contemporary battlefields.
Gustafer and his pet eel are the subjects of a second song cycle and a CD-DVD, by one-time Wilco member Morgan Taylor.
Otto Penzler's massive new crime anthology collects 1,168 pages of dangerous dames, nasty men, scuzzy loan sharks, and dubious red herrings.
It's awfully easy to excoriate Rowling for her greedy lawsuit while praising her for her charity auction. Easy, and wrong.
... with a baseball bat?!