Lunch Break Links: Monday, March 24, 2008
Sorry for disappearing without notice last week; I accumulated enough hours earlier this week to take Friday off in good conscience. Now I'm back at it. First order of business is these links:
If anyone is wondering why I loved Bon Iver so much at SXSW, check out these videos from one of his other Austin performances. "The Wolves" in particular is magical.
Scott Weiland is much more stoked about the STP reunion than playing with his allegedly disloyal Velvet Revolver bandmates, so much so that he is breaking up Revolver after their current tour.
EW has a 26-show spring TV preview. It's really in-depth and worth reading.
AV Club counts down "17 amusingly misguided eco-friendly entertainments," Captain Planet and Ferngully among them.
Slate wonders why the phone book won't die.
Here's the trailer for Chapter 27, that movie in which a fattened-up Jared Leto plays John Lennon assassin Mark David Chapman (with support from successful Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan). Seeing normally slender Leto's fat face in the poster is kind of unsettling...
I know some of you watch Gossip Girl, so I'm going to post this TV Guide interview as a public service.
CBS has canceled Jericho for a second time. It's over.
Everyone's favorite stranded fugitive Evangeline Lilly is endorsing perfume.
Miley Cyrus officially has been immortalized as a wax figure at Madame Tussaud's.
Could Ticketmaster be crumbling? I'm all for it.
Charlie Daniels: SELLOUT?!?
You can literally call the Black Lips whenever you want on their new hotline.
Poor Corinne Bailey Rae! Her husband was found dead.
Lastly, this clip will turn your understanding of Flight of the Conchords upside down...