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!