Word on the street suggests Amy Poehler may star in NBC's The Office spinoff.

Pitchfork has an interview with Pedro Winter of Ed Banger Records (home of Justice).

Bloomingdale's may have accidentally leaked info regarding a Beatles/iTunes crossover.

Spin is streaming a new song from I'm From Barcelona called "Paper Planes." Too bad it's not an M.I.A. cover.

AV Club talked to Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Kanye West, Wyclef Jean and others have lined up gigs during the Democratic National Convention.

EW talked to Michael Bay about Transformers 2 and his Friday the 13th remake. (Have you seen "his version" of the Dark Knight script?)

IFC is picking up Nigel Godrich's From the Basement concert program as a regular series.

Miley Cyrus wants to make a "younger, cleaner" version of Sex and the City.

With all of Britney Spears' tabloid trials and travails, it's easy to forget she put out a new album last year, and it was pretty decent. The next one is in the works.

Jay Leno is hinting that he may jump to ABC next year.

Finally, enjoy this new Cure video for "Sleep When I'm Dead," which is probably better than Scarlett Johansson's cover of "Boys Don't Cry." Oh, and follow the jump if you dare to see clips from the new Hayden Panettiere's new music video. This just can't be a good idea.

Word on the street suggests Amy Poehler may star in NBC's The Office spinoff.

Pitchfork has an interview with Pedro Winter of Ed Banger Records (home of Justice).

Bloomingdale's may have accidentally leaked info regarding a Beatles/iTunes crossover.

Spin is streaming a new song from I'm From Barcelona called "Paper Planes." Too bad it's not an M.I.A. cover.

AV Club talked to Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Kanye West, Wyclef Jean and others have lined up gigs during the Democratic National Convention.

EW talked to Michael Bay about Transformers 2 and his Friday the 13th remake. (Have you seen "his version" of the Dark Knight script?)

IFC is picking up Nigel Godrich's From the Basement concert program as a regular series.

Miley Cyrus wants to make a "younger, cleaner" version of Sex and the City.

With all of Britney Spears' tabloid trials and travails, it's easy to forget she put out a new album last year, and it was pretty decent. The next one is in the works.

Jay Leno is hinting that he may jump to ABC next year.

Finally, enjoy this new Cure video for "Sleep When I'm Dead," which is probably better than Scarlett Johansson's cover of "Boys Don't Cry." Oh, and follow the jump if you dare to see clips from the new Hayden Panettiere's new music video. This just can't be a good idea.

Hayden: