Is Lily Allen really quitting music?

EW has a first look at the forthcoming Jim-Pam wedding on The Office.

The Root takes a stand against Tyler Perry.

Blur/Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn is the frontrunner to be the artistic director for the 2012 London Olympics. How awesome is that?

According to The Quietus, Gary Numan and Trent Reznor plan to collaborate soon.

Steven Spielberg is developing an intriguing meta-musical series for Showtime.

Meanwhile, J.J. Abrams is getting into the sitcom business.

Ted Leo signed with the greatest record label in the world, Matador.

I was just wondering what ever happened to Jim Breuer when I noticed him doing some low-rent TV commercial work. Apparently he is getting his own NBC sitcom.

The Shins' James Mercer and Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein are among the Portland indie-rockers starring in this new film.

There are few things more entertaining than a full-length Scott Storch profile, and Details has just that.

Slate thinks the hubbub over the current vampire craze is overblown because we're always in the midst of a vampire craze.

Today's featured video comes from Danish prog rockers Mew. It's called "Repeaterbeater."