Lunch Break Links: Thursday, June 26, 2008
Devo is suing McDonald's over a happy meal action figure named New Wave Nigel, pictured above.
Jason Bateman: The Arrested Development movie remains in the works.
AV Club has an interview with the director of WALL-E, Andrew Stanton.
TV Guide set the record straight on the upcoming season of 24.
Status Ain't Hood has a live blog of the BET Awards.
I'm intrigued by this Suicide covers project featuring Bruce Springsteen, Liars, Spiritualized and more.
Sam Raimi is adapting a novel by Dennis Lehane? Weird combo.
Spinner is streaming new albums by Sigur Ros, Motley Crue, Three 6 Mafia and more.
Look out John Ross: It's new music from Brightblack Morning Light!
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Damages is picking up quite a slate of quality actors. The latest: Timothy Olyphant.
Pitchfork wants you to get to know international garage rock sensation King Khan.
Radiohead has released a live video album on iTunes.
In this series of video clips, Girl Talk explains his new album track by track.
Death Row Records: Sold!, for the price of $24 million.
I thought Ohio wasn't known for having good pizza.
Lastly, EW had Michel Gondry make a list of his 25 favorite music videos of the last 25 years, including this classic from his pal Spike Jonze. Why do I feel like "Sabotage" inspired a good portion of the sketches I see on Human Giant?