In a big-budget biopic with the rights to the rapper's music.
Tupac Loves Tony? Norman Lear, make it happen!
People like ghosts.
It was only a matter of time.
Headlined by Michael Jackson, The Clash, and Mozart!
WWTS: What Would Tupac Say?
It looked like the N.W.A. movie was going to go on without him.
And it's about to get made.
"I trust him and his history of documenting my son’s life, and I know he will do the book from his heart."
Their approach is "not in any way biopic-y."
The CIA totally started Facebook and Google.
We've long suspected that Tupac Shakur's death thirteen years ago was a hoax — and now, TMZ has definitive proof.
Plus: Tupac biopic's legal battle.
Just like ‘The Wire’'s Scott Templeton, Chuck Philips is a hard-driving reporter with questions of impropriety in his past.
In the past week or so ESPN.com's Bill Simmons — "The Sports Guy," a massively popular columnist who's ostensibly a sportswriter but would better be described as the National Commissioner of Bar Arguments — has started writing about "Mount Rapmore," a hypothetical rap version of Mount... well, yes.
Foo Fighters, PJ Harvey, and more!
Plus industry news on Beck, Tupac, and the new film from the director of Donnie Darko.
There's nothing like a good, mean-spirited, convention-bucking story to get you past the Thursday-morning doldrums. A riveting recent piece in the U.K.'s Guardian Unlimited asked popular musicians (New Order's Peter Hook, Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos, the Hold Steady's Craig Finn, and others) to pan classically revered albums from the annals of rock, which they did with evil aplomb.