At E3, Nintendo unveiled their next home console: the Wii U. (Related: GameSpot gives you the lowdown on the new system.)
David Byrne has a chat with Pitchfork’s Mark Richardson.
London 2012 Olympic Games organizers have revealed the Olympic torch.
Gotta link to this interview with Edie Falco because the future Tony-winner is generally awesome…and because of that link to the Funny or Die spoof of Nurse Jackie I somehow missed.
Andrew O’Hehir weighs in on the whole boredom-at-the-movies debate.
Lollapalooza has announced its lineup.
David Phelps annotates Jean-Luc Godard’s Film Socialisme. (Related: Click here to see the film in its entirety…but in less than five minutes.)
Over at Slate, Christopher Beam and Jeremy Singer-Vine go over what Rotten Tomatoes data tell us about the best, worst, and most bizarre Hollywood trajectories.
Tom Six is angry.
I only care about this bit of casting news because it justifies my linking to this.
Stephen Colbert meets Werner Herzog:
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