Lunch Break Links: Chris Cornell makes me smile for once
Chris Cornell did something pretty cool for the first time in a long time: The Soundgarden/Audioslave singer collaborated on a song with a fan who's dying of the same cancer that killed his six-year-old daughter.
Speaking of grunge survivors, Pearl Jam is making a documentary with Cameron Crowe.
Ever notice all the funny faces guitarists make while shredding?
People have been gushing about how good the Friday Night Lights finale was, so I am going to scramble to catch up soon. (I'm three episodes behind.)
AV Club lists 24 musicians who aced acting roles.
Weird: Showtime rejected every single pilot it had in development.
I'm a big fan of 5-10-15-20, Pitchfork's new feature where they ask musicians what music they were into at five year intervals throughout their lives. The latest features Deerhunter's Bradford Cox.
William Hurt will be in the new Robin Hood movie.
Slate says you don't really have to get into Twitter if you don't want to.
Even though everybody knows Heroes lost its swagger a long time ago, it's apparently still a big moneymaker for NBC.
And how about some Hollywood salaries for y'all?
Paste lists the 17 best romantic comedies this decade, which reminds me we're about to see a lot of "best of the decade" lists, which makes me very happy. (What can I say? I love lists!) Also, this feature is from February, but it's new to me.
The Kanye/South Park fallout continues. Poor Yeezy!
Speaking of South Park, apparently the U.S. Marines forced Saddam Hussein to watch his animated counterpart repeatedly during his time in custody. Hilarious.
We wrap today's links with "Actor Out of Work," the new video from St. Vincent.