Your daily "What To Do Tonight" is coming soon. In the meantime, links:

EW has a feature interview with Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, just in time for the election stretch run. Also, Colbert is going to appear in an issue of The Amazing Spider-Man.

John McCain canceled on David Letterman, and Dave was NOT happy. Here's video and, for those who can't access YouTube at work, a transcript.

Ray LaMontagne has a new song called "Meg White" streaming at Stereogum.

Could Liz and Jack be getting together on 30 Rock? I sure hope not.

Johnny Depp is starring in yet another Pirates movie, plus playing Tonto in Jerry Bruckheimer's The Lone Ranger and The Mad Hatter in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland.

Natalie Portman and Devendra Banhart are a couple no more.

Bands are finding it harder and harder to afford going on tour.

ESPN has a feature on Zach Gilford, who plays Matt Saracen on Friday Night Lights. (Dude is 26?)

M.I.A.'s "retirement" didn't last very long.

Michael Moore released his new documentary Slacker Uprising to the internet for free. Watch it here or download it for free at the official site.

Lastly, Kanye West is staying in the news, just how I like it. He's following in the footsteps of Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails by releasing "stems" (aka individual tracks) of "Love Lockdown" for user remixes. Also, his new album is coming sooner than we thought. And here's footage of his hip-hop puppet show, Alligator Boots.