Over 100,000 of you downloaded the BitTorrent this weekend.
It was leaked to Gawker.
"The final version will be ready within the next week."
Of course, it's called "Nobody's Business."
His metaphor for illegal downloading: "So if I love a woman, is it okay for me to rape her because I love her? It doesn’t work like that!"
Don't click unless you're interested in major, potentially show-ruining spoilers!
Now here is something we bet Jennifer Lopez does not have a backup plan for!
"Eat it, Michael Musto."
Keep watch for shows with two characters talking about a third. Mamet hates those shows.
So how does James Camerson's 3-D, Imax-size space adventure look in just two dimensions and 480 measly lines of resolution?
What would Jackman have said? Gilberto Sanchez has a theory.
What more could we ask for?
The Matt Dillon armored-truck drama, still very much in theaters, found its way into the PlayStation store somehow.
Here are maybe the winners of tonight's VMAs.
If 'Wolverine' bombs, Fox certainly can't blame it on negative publicity.
Says Fox News: "Fox News representatives and Roger Friedman met today and mutually agreed to part ways immediately."
One thing is certain: There's no shortage of them!
The leaked version is obviously unfinished, with missing scenes, placeholder music, and tons of half-rendered special effects. Want proof?
A full-length, high-quality copy of 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' leaked online last night.
Frankly, it's the best marketing tool they have available to them at this point.
Fans of the band's more hyperactive, yelpy tunes may feel left out in the cold this time around, but screw them.
Thankfully, though, he's not bottomless.
Despite being 49, Morrissey has somehow managed to turn out yet another non-embarrassing solo record.
Rihanna's "Bitch I'm Special," meet Britney Spears's "Kill the Lights." And … fight!
The guy who wrote the 'Valkyrie' memo is also a Vulture reader. Lucky us!