EW has a first look at Lego Batman: The Videogame.

Also, TV Guide's Michael Ausiello has made the jump to EW, and he begins by reporting that Shannon Doherty is in talks to reprise her role as Brenda on the new 90210 spinoff.

There's a rumor that the Wexner Center is bringing in a one-named musical act that will be the show of the year. If it's Bjork (and not, say, Jandek or Cher or something) then this could be a problem.

Tim Roth is starring in a new FOX TV show.

Instead of retiring like they should, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are considering getting French DJs du jour Justice to produce their next album, which could at least be really, really interesting.

AV Club talked to none other than Thom Yorke and Ed O'Brien from Radiohead. (I don't really agree with the interviewer's take on "Reckoner," though.)

Gold Derby has shortlists of contenders for Emmy nominations in these categories: Best Supporting Actor (drama), Best Supporting Actress (Drama) and Best Actress (comedy).

Idolator offers a (only sort of sarcastic) guide to Christian music festival Cornerstone.

Oh, also: Heidi Montag is making a Christian album? This is too good!

All that talk about an Arrested Development movie is premature.

Huey Lewis and the News wrote the title song from the new Judd Apatow flick, Pineapple Express. Hear it here and let me know how it stacks up against "The Power of Love."

By the way, here's that film's hilarious trailer. Can't wait!

Many more links after the jump!

EW has a first look at Lego Batman: The Videogame.

Also, TV Guide's Michael Ausiello has made the jump to EW, and he begins by reporting that Shannon Doherty is in talks to reprise her role as Brenda on the new 90210 spinoff.

There's a rumor that the Wexner Center is bringing in a one-named musical act that will be the show of the year. If it's Bjork (and not, say, Jandek or Cher or something) then this could be a problem.

Tim Roth is starring in a new FOX TV show.

Instead of retiring like they should, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are considering getting French DJs du jour Justice to produce their next album, which could at least be really, really interesting.

AV Club talked to none other than Thom Yorke and Ed O'Brien from Radiohead. (I don't really agree with the interviewer's take on "Reckoner," though.)

Gold Derby has shortlists of contenders for Emmy nominations in these categories: Best Supporting Actor (drama), Best Supporting Actress (Drama) and Best Actress (comedy).

Idolator offers a (only sort of sarcastic) guide to Christian music festival Cornerstone.

Oh, also: Heidi Montag is making a Christian album? This is too good!

All that talk about an Arrested Development movie is premature.

Huey Lewis and the News wrote the title song from the new Judd Apatow flick, Pineapple Express. Hear it here and let me know how it stacks up against "The Power of Love."

By the way, here's that film's hilarious trailer. Can't wait!

Many more links after the jump!

Wow, a British reality show is searching for the next disabled model. Really.

Have TV dramas supplanted novels as the new literature?

Slate argues that we need movie critics and explores whether open car windows or air conditioning is the most environmentally friendly choice.

Good to see Lost actors getting film roles.

This BitTorrent "seed farmer" is facing 10 years in prison.

Pitchfork has an interview with long-lost glitch-pop heroes The Notwist.

The New York Times reports on Terminator: Salvation pushing forward with production (in Albuquerque!) in the face of a de facto actors' strike.

Somebody get me some Lil Wayne-brand champagne! (Unless it tastes like cough syrup...)

Lastly, The Daily Swarm has a bunch of videos from The Feelies' reunion gig in New Jersey, including this one: