Despite the skeptics, Oliver Stone and Lionsgate have made bringing a film to market in five months flat look relatively easy. But a Defamer operative points out that they clearly underestimated the work required to produce W.'s Web site in the same time, offering us the accompanying Latin dummy text in place of actor Ioan Gruffudd's biographical background. (NB: It's pronounced "YO-han GRIF-fith.") Perhaps the actor never sent it, or maybe it was in Latin, or maybe this is just one of many quirky Easter eggs Lionsgate is loading into its W. campaign. Considering how well the Taserrific bar-brawl worked a few months back, we wouldn't put it past them. Let us know your theory after the jump. [Lionsgate]