Lunch Break Links: March 27, 2007

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Tuesday's headlines:

Bill Simmons thinks this year's NCAA Tournament has been better than usual, which is interesting because most people I know think the opposite.

Check out Jack Black's new VH1 show Acceptable TV.

Idolator is hyping the new song from... Maroon 5?

And some Dizzee Rascal. Order is restored.

Here's some hot rock gossip about Scott Weiland and his wife Mary.

The Onion is launching a 24-hour online video news network. It's called ONN, which should make the Ohio News Network pleased as punch.

Thanks to Pop Candy for providing such good links today, including lots of good movie news. Click ahead to find out what...

Bravo (and by extension NBC Universal) just bought Television Without Pity, and Slate is worried.

Vogue has a Scarlett Johansson story online, but without any pretty pictures. Sigh.

Word is Johnny Depp and Antonio Banderas could be in Sin City 2.

Scorsese and DiCaprio are joining forces AGAIN.

Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain) is tackling some more mainstream fare.

The dude from Smallville might be starring in a remake of Teen Wolf.

And finally, an unfinished J. R. R. Tolkien book is being published with a conclusion by his son.