Lots of good stuff at EW this week, including a countdown of the 100 worst Oscar snubs (part 1 / part 2), a feature on Mythbusters vs. MacGyver and looks back through the careers of Natalie Portman (pictured) and Scarlett Johansson as they collide in The Other Boleyn Girl.

Wow, people really will do anything for Radiohead tickets.

Want to hear a previously unreleased Michael Jackson song from the Thriller era?

AV Club spoke with Be Kind, Rewind director Michel Gondry.

Speaking of Gondry, he is mentioned at the hilarious new blog Stuff White People Like. Among other recent entries: "Emotional breakups," "Mos Def" and "Being the only white person around."

The Wire: The Movie? Don't expect it, but Dominic West wants it.

In similar but less satisfying news, Friday Night Lights could wrap up its run with a two-hour movie.

Guitarist Jim Jones of legendary Cleveland band Pere Ubu passed away.

More links after the jump...

Lots of good stuff at EW this week, including a countdown of the 100 worst Oscar snubs (part 1 / part 2), a feature on Mythbusters vs. MacGyver and looks back through the careers of Natalie Portman (pictured) and Scarlett Johansson as they collide in The Other Boleyn Girl.

Wow, people really will do anything for Radiohead tickets.

Want to hear a previously unreleased Michael Jackson song from the Thriller era?

AV Club spoke with Be Kind, Rewind director Michel Gondry.

Speaking of Gondry, he is mentioned at the hilarious new blog Stuff White People Like. Among other recent entries: "Emotional breakups," "Mos Def" and "Being the only white person around."

The Wire: The Movie? Don't expect it, but Dominic West wants it.

In similar but less satisfying news, Friday Night Lights could wrap up its run with a two-hour movie.

Guitarist Jim Jones of legendary Cleveland band Pere Ubu passed away.

More links after the jump...

MySpace is one company that could actually pull off a free online music service.

Andre 3000 is launching his own clothing line, Benjamin Bixby.

It's true: '80s tunes are the new oldies.

Owen Wilson is going back to work.

More like Eminemoirs, am I right?

No Depression magazine is kaput, at least in print.

SNL is back this weekend with Tina Fey and Carrie Underwood. USA Today has a story.

I don't believe I've yet mentioned this week's new releases streaming at Spinner, including The Big Sleep, Raveonettes and Headlights.

Lastly, speaking of Headlights, here's the video for "Cherry Tulips" from the John Ross-approved new album.