From Jon Favreau, Seth Green, Roberto Orci, and Mike Dougherty.
Heck if we know!
"None of this romantic, languid young men sucking the necks of beautiful people."
And it was all thanks to Abe Simpson's bucket list.
Is it March 6 yet?
We judge Roberto Bolaño's purported masterpiece by its covers and find it quadruply sexy.
Obviously we had to see this with our own eyes.
The parallels were there all along, even before we heard Scalia basically admit to the synchronicity between his life and "greasy git" Snape's.
Philip Parker, a professor of management science at Insead business school, is programming computers to collate information into custom-ordered books. In other words: He doesn't write the books, a robot does.
Are Alex Berenson and Colin Harrison actually robots obscuring the coming robot apocalypse? The answer to this question is also yes.
Vulture nerds out.
Wha? The punctuation didn't matter?
We're pretty sure you can evacuate a person.
Unlike 1995's The Net starring Sandra Bullock, which played on understandable fears of new technology and seemed perfectly reasonable until early 1996 or so, Untraceable is side-splittingly hilarious now, and it doesn't even come out for another three weeks!
Plus industry news on Will Smith, Edie Falco, and the Geek Fight of the Century.