Make some noise if ya with me. The new Beastie Boys video stars Seth Rogen, Elijah Wood, and Danny McBride as the Beasties of yesteryear, with appearances by Rashida Jones, Will Arnett, Rainn Wilson, Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson, Amy Poehler, Steve Buscemi, Chloe Sevigny, Maya Rudolph, Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, Jack Black, and more broken glass than any other video this year. Pretty cool. [The Smoking Section]
YIKES. Boyfriend watches his girlfriend get murdered via webcam. As I type this, “Law & Order” writers are already working on an episode based on this story. [Uproxx]
Video: every Blake Griffin dunk from his rookie year. Count ‘em: 214 dunks. In related news, Donald Sterling will trade Griffin to a better team for a new showerhead. [
Pictured: KHAAAAAAAAAN!!!! Never not funny. [spiders]
No, computers aren’t learning to feel regret. All right then, so the robot uprising can continue as planned. [Gamma Squad]
Scene Breakdown: Airborne. Wait, didn’t I link to this yesterday? I sure did. Read it again for the first time. [FilmDrunk]
RIP, Restrepo director Tim Hetherington and Getty Images photographer Chris Hondros. Former Marine officer C.J. Chivers is the excellent New York Times journalist on the ground in Libya. His NYT story is dispassionate and informative, but for my money I always prefer the personal account. Check it out on his blog. [CJChivers.com]
‘I love this sh*t. This sh*t makes me hard.’ Great episode for Tim Gutterson on “Justified” last night. [valjeans]
Andy Samberg will host Shark Week. His official title: Chief Shark Officer. [TV Guide]
Pilot buzz! Deadline has an interesting round-up of which pilots will succeed next fall. Period dramas “Pan Am” and “Playboy” are both testing well, and Zooey Deschanel’s “The New Girl” sitcom is supposed to be great. [Deadline]
The Rise and Fall of Charlie Sheen. Well, maybe just the fall. “Two and a Half Men” staffers open up about Sheen’s downward spiral. [The Daily Beast]
Also: we will die alone. Linda Holmes’s meditation on absorbing books, art, TV, and culture is at once depressing and heartening. Strongly recommended reading. [NPR]
Disturbing but hilarious. Anal Ewok never fails to creep me out and make me laugh [via F Yeah Albuqueque; warning: terrible auto-play music]
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