Lunch Break Links: Eminem returns, Chinese Democracy is really happening

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Fader has a new MP3 from Eminem. Not sure I'm feeling his new rastaman vocal tic, but the track is solid.

Will Arnett may be getting his own TV comedy.

EW has insider scoop on the new Star Trek film (the one directed by J.J. Abrams and starring many promising young movie stars-to-be). Beam me up?

Kanye West premiered his new album, 808s and Heartbreak, at a naked listening party in LA. Here's another new cut from the LP, which so far has me losing interest in Kanye for the first time ever.

AV Club talked with Oliver Stone about his new film, W.

Spin has a 41-minute clip of a Nirvana concert from 1991.

Variety runs down some early contenders for awards season.

Slate addresses the super-annoying recent trend of saying "Fail" all the time.

Here's my obligatory Mad Men link of the day. I still haven't seen the most recent episode!

And I haven't seen any of the Friday Night Lights episodes that have been airing on DirecTV, but I plan to resolve that soon. In the meantime, what will the show do when Matt Saracen graduates?

We conclude with footage of Band Of The Moment F**ked Up performing The Ramones' "Blitzkrieg Bop" with Moby during their 12-hour concert earlier this week in NYC. Hey! Ho! Let's go!