Did Bret Easton Ellis Spoil Gravity With a Tweet?
This gripe may have been stale in 1998, but movie trailers are so packed with exposition and narration nowadays that audiences expect the film to be ruined long before it opens at their local theater. This is partly why there's so much excitement surrounding Alfonso Cuarón's upcoming film Gravity.
Still from Gravity
All the promotional material has been spartan and mysterious, and people may actually have to see the movie to find out what happens.
Well, unless they follow novelist Bret Easton Ellis on Twitter.
Earlier this month, Ellis saw an early screening of Gravity and wasn't too impressed. His 140-character review also contained a spoiler, which we are about to post.
WARNING: SPOILER ON THE NEXT PAGE, AS IF YOU COULDN'T TELL BY THE HEADLINE OR PREVIOUS SENTENCE.