So the big indie rock gossip is this new T-Mobile commercial featuring Of Montreal. Of course, the spot has rekindled the age-old cries of "sellout!" and in response, Kevin Barnes posted a lengthy screed at Stereogum called "Selling Out Isn't Possible." Frankly, I agree with him. I have no time for codified punk rock BS. Just enjoy the freaking music and mind your own business.

EW talked to the beautiful Amy Adams about her new Disney musical, Enchanted.

AV Club double-dip: One interview with I'm Not There director Todd Haynes and another between Fred Armisen and his drummer alter ego Jens Hannemann.

Also, Haynes put together a Bob Dylan playlist.

The New York Times wonders if the Lost "webisodes" are a model for a new writers' contract (and an end to the strike).

TV Guide has an interview with Reaper's Tyler Labine. Also, the show will be replaced by One Tree Hill starting in January, but it's only a hiatus. Interesting tidbit about One Tree Hill-apparently the show is jumping ahead four years.

This is awesome: Ghostface will guest star in the upcoming Iron Man film.

Duh: Red Hot Chili Peppers are suing Showtime for calling their show Californication.

Lots of links and the Cloverfield trailer after the jump...

So the big indie rock gossip is this new T-Mobile commercial featuring Of Montreal. Of course, the spot has rekindled the age-old cries of "sellout!" and in response, Kevin Barnes posted a lengthy screed at Stereogum called "Selling Out Isn't Possible." Frankly, I agree with him. I have no time for codified punk rock BS. Just enjoy the freaking music and mind your own business.

EW talked to the beautiful Amy Adams about her new Disney musical, Enchanted.

AV Club double-dip: One interview with I'm Not There director Todd Haynes and another between Fred Armisen and his drummer alter ego Jens Hannemann.

Also, Haynes put together a Bob Dylan playlist.

The New York Times wonders if the Lost "webisodes" are a model for a new writers' contract (and an end to the strike).

TV Guide has an interview with Reaper's Tyler Labine. Also, the show will be replaced by One Tree Hill starting in January, but it's only a hiatus. Interesting tidbit about One Tree Hill—apparently the show is jumping ahead four years.

This is awesome: Ghostface will guest star in the upcoming Iron Man film.

Duh: Red Hot Chili Peppers are suing Showtime for calling their show Californication.

Lots of links and the Cloverfield trailer after the jump...

This wiretap kit for kids creeps me out. Remember kids, if you see anything, do everything.

Gorilla Vs. Bear has new Animal Collective and Outkast songs.

Supposedly much-hyped rapper Saigon is quitting rap right before his record is supposed to come out.

Kanye West is on one of three covers for GQ's Men of the Year issue.

Idolator isn't the only blog that liveblogged the American Music Awards; so did Status Ain't Hood.

The War on Thanksgiving? Please.

Nah Right has a DJ Drama track featuring Clipse and Pharrell.

Guess who's making a comeback? Early-90s hip-hop group Arrested Development! Do they realize that while they were gone, their name became forever associated in the pop culture pantheon with a quirky TV show?

Hollywood stars aren't the only ones who don't get to plug their new releases on late night TV during the writers' strike. Neither do musicians.

Scott Weiland is working on an autobiography.

Here's an interview with Rob McElhenney of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia.

Deerhunter is going on hiatus. Pitchfork has made me hate them very much, so I say good for them, go on hiatus.

List season is upon us! IGN is counting down the top 100 video games of all time.

Finally, enjoy the trailer for Cloverfield, the mysterious J.J. Abrams monster movie that is officially called Cloverfield after all. Apple has the trailer in a larger format, if you please.