Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi were wed this weekend in LA. This is probably the most high-profile gay marriage up to this point, right? Let me know if I'm wrong.

Tropic Thunder finally knocked The Dark Knight out of the box office throne. The Batman flick still managed to become the second highest grossing film ever, though.

AC/DC's new album will only be available at Wal-Mart? Weak!

Pandora could be forced out of business soon. Even weaker!

More weakness: Craig Robinson (Darryl on The Office) was arrested on felony drug charges.

USA Today has an interview with his Office co-star, Rainn Wilson, about The Rocker.

And in progressively more positive Office news, this film will star Steve Carell and Tina Fey as a married couple. I'm in!

The "Colbert bump" is for real.

Pitchfork has an interview with David Berman of Silver Jews. I'll have one soon, too, so lookout mountain, lookout sea!

AV Club looks back at 18 unusual Shakespeare adaptations.

Virgin has sued Jared Leto's 30 Seconds to Mars for $30 million. Leto responds thusly.

Even though the next Harry Potter flicked is getting bumped back to next summer, EW has a behind-the-scenes look.

I haven't seen last night's Mad Men yet, so no spoilers please, but here's a fun feature on the actors behind Pete and Peggy.

Apparently it's big news if a famous band doesn't care for Radiohead, even if they're polite about it.

An opera dedicated to Project Runway's Tim Gunn debuted last week.

Spinner is streaming new albums by Laura Marling, Lykke Li, Death Vessel and more.

Lastly, below you can stream the entirety of David Byrne and Brian Eno's new album, Everything That Happens Will Happen Today.