It's been 10 years to the day since the controversial final Seinfeld aired.

Thursday. Lost. Doc Jensen. You know the drill.

EW also has a feature on the Sex and the City movie. Why do I have this fear that after all the appealing movies I've missed over the past few months, I'll somehow end up getting suckered into seeing this one?

Don't worry STP fans: Scott Weiland only spent 14 minues in a prison cell, so he'll be at Crew Stadium Saturday.

In a story that's sure to cause Desmond Hume-style flashbacks to Oscar season, Daniel Day-Lewis is in talks to replace Javier Bardem in a new musical called Nine.

Day-Lewis' recent collaborator P.T. Anderson is "interested" in directing the film adaptation of the Metal Gear video games. Seriously.

Wolf Parade unveiled another new track from their upcoming album, and it's available for download at MySpace.

Marisa Miller (who?) tops Maxim's Hot 100 List.

Here's a clip of Ohio's own Black Keys performing "Strange Times" on Conan.

Follow the jump for many more links...

It's been 10 years to the day since the controversial final Seinfeld aired.

Thursday. Lost. Doc Jensen. You know the drill.

EW also has a feature on the Sex and the City movie. Why do I have this fear that after all the appealing movies I've missed over the past few months, I'll somehow end up getting suckered into seeing this one?

Don't worry STP fans: Scott Weiland only spent 14 minues in a prison cell, so he'll be at Crew Stadium Saturday.

In a story that's sure to cause Desmond Hume-style flashbacks to Oscar season, Daniel Day-Lewis is in talks to replace Javier Bardem in a new musical called Nine.

Day-Lewis' recent collaborator P.T. Anderson is "interested" in directing the film adaptation of the Metal Gear video games. Seriously.

Wolf Parade unveiled another new track from their upcoming album, and it's available for download at MySpace.

Marisa Miller (who?) tops Maxim's Hot 100 List.

Here's a clip of Ohio's own Black Keys performing "Strange Times" on Conan.

Follow the jump for many more links...

I always enjoy these "what's on your iPod?" features. Today it's the singer from Tokyo Police Club. This one is not surprising at all, but I kind of appreciate that he shares a lot of my adolescent musical experiences.

Martin Scorsese is directing a Frank Sinatra biopic? With no gangsters?

Another music festival? Sponsored by American Eagle and curated by Anthony Keidis? This is getting a little absurd.

And poor Ozzfest has gone the way of Lollapalooza and shruken to a single, self-contained event.

Remember The Microphones? Pitchfork does. (As they should.)

As TV upfronts week continues, CBS announced its fall lineup.

TV Guide has an interview with Melora Hardin, aka Jan from The Office. (Finale tonight!)

Dolly Parton vs. Howard Stern. Woop.

Slate, still dwelling on procrastination, explains how Solitaire has become the most important computer program of all time.

Lastly, John Ross is all about this new Ladytron single, "Ghosts." Decide for yourself: