Lunch Break Links: Scarlett Johansson finds a new sacred cow to slay

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

You may recall Scarlett Johansson's much-hyped Tom Waits covers album, which finally saw light of day last year after months of anticipation. Apparently Scarlet the starlet offered her take on the work of another singular talent: Jeff Buckley.

ABC is considering bumping Nightline and moving Jimmy Kimmel Live to 11:35 p.m. to compete directly with Conan and Dave.

In other ABC news, Bob Saget has a new sitcom? I don't know whether to be excited or repulsed.

Stephen Colbert sat down with Sir Paul McCartney for the first of four "Better Know a Beatle" segments.

Island Def Jam announced plans to create a pre-fab pop star to promote a series of young adult novels based on the character. (Think Hannah Montana in book form.)

The people behind recently discontinued music mag Harp have a new publication called Blurt coming out.

EW talked to Olivia Wilde of House.

Paste has an interview with A.C. Newman, whose new album is kind of a disappointment.

One of the masterminds behind Friday Night Lights is remaking of the old NBC series Parenthood into an hour-long comedy-drama. Does this bode poorly for another season of FNL?

The New York Times dug up a gadget that will convert your old cassette tapes to digital files.

Legendary Scottish singer-songwriter John Martyn has died. R.I.P.

Finally, I'm utterly perplexed by Brandon Flowers' costume in this new video for The Killers' "Spaceman."