Lunch Break Links: Lil Wayne to jail, Klosterman to big screen

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Lil Wayne pleaded guilty to attempted weapon possession and will probably receive a one-year jail sentence.

The Late Show with David Letterman writer Tom Ruprecht and The Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn are teaming to adapt Chuck Klosterman's memoir Fargo Rock City into a major motion picture.

Whoa! TLC's T-Boz once took record exec Clive Davis hostage at gunpoint over royalties?

Don Cheadle and Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder will collaborate on a new show for NBC. The Peacock signed up Adam Carolla for a new sitcom too.

A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie and another animated TV series are coming in 2012. Did you know these beloved heroes in a half shell were originally conceived as a parody?

Speaking of books, EW talked to Tracy Morgan about his controversial new autobiography.

And speaking of controversy, SkyMovies lists the 50 most controversial films.

Did Rihanna rip off an old pro wrestling compilation album for the artwork on her new single?

RIP old-time comedian Soupy Sales.

We wrap with Weezer's new video for "(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To." Yeehaw.