Says Fox News: "Fox News representatives and Roger Friedman met today and mutually agreed to part ways immediately."
Things that will get you fired from the company that made 'Wolverine': downloading and reviewing a leaked copy of Fox's 'Wolverine.'
The leaked version is obviously unfinished, with missing scenes, placeholder music, and tons of half-rendered special effects. Want proof?
You can now share torrents on Facebook, apparently.
'Rachel Getting Married' is the only 2008 Oscar movie that hasn't leaked to the internet.
So, you didn't make it to a movie theater to see any of this season's critically acclaimed, awards-grabbing films over the holidays?
Want to feel like a voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences? Have loose morals, a broadband connection, and lots of hard-drive space?
We hope you're proud of yourselves, music pirates.
Corporate giants have kindly united in an effort to show us all how to actually pay for stuff online.
A group of surrealist bootleggers have shot their own low-budget version of Be Kind Rewind — likely by sneaking a camcorder into a theater — and made it for sale on Canal Street.
Plus: Aziz Ansari!
Thanks to an anonymous criminal cinematographer, whose hand is infinitely steadier than the movie's real cameraman, we actually find this a little more watchable than the real thing.
How's the music business doing these days? Glad you asked! Last night it was announced (thankfully not by Billy Bush) that EMI, the music group responsible for Coldplay, is thinning its ranks by 2,000 employees worldwide in a restructuring plan expected to be unveiled tomorrow.
Great news for content owners everywhere today as the Wall Street Journal reports that prosecutors are close to filing charges against the operators of Swedish BitTorrent hub the Pirate Bay with conspiracy to breach copyrights.
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!
A whole week early!
It pains us to write this (particularly since we still have to find MP3s for today's Right-Click column), but OiNK, the all-time greatest music-piracy Website in history, has been shut down by British and Dutch authorities.
Jhannet Sejas will always remember the birthday she spent watching Transformers, and getting arrested.
Download Sicko? Or pay $11 at Lincoln Plaza? Today, that's the decision you have to make, as Michael Moore's doc opens in New York exclusively (and streams online, not exclusively at all). The Weinstein Co. has predictably lawyered-up, while Moore seems to be wrestling with his feelings. We suggest that he — and anyone who's on the fence — watch the excellent doc Good Copy, Bad Copy.