Lunch Break Links: The Joaquin-goes-rap movie is real, fake

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Allegedly, the Joaquin Phoenix-becomes-a-rapper movie exists, and it is a mockumentary after all.

"Futurama" will return to TV on June 24.

James Gandolfini may be coming back to HBO... in a comedy.

Apparently every major music city in the U.S. is doomed to be flooded.

That new J.J. Abrams teaser trailer, entitled "Super 8", isn't for a "Cloverfield" sequel as speculated.

Did you know America had antebellum sports superstars?

The new trailer for "Machete" suggests that maybe the movie was better off as just a trailer.

New York has a rundown of up-and-coming music video directors to watch.

AV Club's excellent Random Roles series tackles Oliver Platt, who I will always remember for his role in "The Three Musketeers" (for real).

Antony and the Johnsons aren't just coming out with a new album, but also a new book.

Lastly, if you were wondering what a solo song by Kele from Bloc Party would sound like, it would sound a little bit like this video for "Tenderoni".