Lunch Break Links: March 6, 2008
Looks like FOX will air a 2-hour 24 prequel film this fall to bridge the gap between seasons 6 and 7.
Andrew W.K. appeared on PRI's Fair Game and did a song called "The McLaughlin Groove," inspired by the Group of the same name. Check it out.
Did you know Lil Jon owns a wine company called Little Jonathan Winery?
AV Club talked to author Carl Wilson (not the Beach Boy, of course) about Celine Dion and the state of music criticism.
Nikki Finke says Friday Night Lights is on the verge of renewal. Huzzah!
TV Guide talked to Kristen Bell about whether she'll return to Heroes.
Did SNL prompt the media to scrutinize Barack Obama?
Some dude made an unofficial video for CSS' "Music is My Hot, Hot Sex," which you may know from an iPod Touch commercial a few months back. It somehow surpassed "The Evolution of Dance" to become YouTube's most-watched video ever. But it may have cheated its way to the top! (No, really.) Watch it below.
More after the jump, of course...
Continuing with the YouTube theme, it seems many musicians wanna get paid when their videos get clicks on the video streaming site.
Deadwood, The Sopranos, The Wire: Which HBO drama created by a guy named David is best?
The Onion is releasing its long-in-the-works movie straight to DVD. Click here for the trailer.
Cracked presents eight upcoming movie adaptations that must be stopped.
If I were more hip-hop literate, I would probably be juiced about the impending Juice Crew reunion.
The $300 deluxe edition of that new NIN album sold out.
Patrick Swayze has pancreatic cancer. Bummer.
Lastly, all blog hype lately seems directed toward Bon Iver, aka Wisconsin's Justin Vernon. Here's a video for his "The Wolves (Act I & II)."