Electricity & Lust

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Posted in Beth, Links, Sam by Sam Unsted on January 17, 2008

Well I, for one, think these The Wire -related titles are going beautifully.

The AV Club interviews hirsuite ginger lovely-man Glen Hansard.

PopMatters lists its favourite TV performances of 2007. So many lists from them this year.

USA Today has a preview of Breaking Bad, the new AMC original series following in the successful footsteps of Mad Men.

Pitchfork has video of the ‘secret’ Radiohead show at 93 Feet East last night.

Mother Jones has some thoughts on the upcoming Nevada primary.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler put some girlshapedness into comedy with Baby Mama, check out the trailer here at BuzzSugar.

Want to listen Justin Lee Collins and Chris Moyles sing Delilah? Of course you do! Although it would surely be better without Chris Moyles.

Penn Badgley and Blake Lively are not dating. Okay! People tells you again.

Election analysis and discussion is sooo in right now. Salon has more politic-speak.

Martin Scorsese’s Shine a Light, his Stones concert document, is to open the Berlin Film Festival.

Check out Conan’s Strike Diary on Entertainment Weekly.

Still shell-shocked by Brad Renfro’s death? I know I am. Also sharing their thoughts are Sir Ian McKellen, who has blogged about it, Renfro’s The Client costar Susan Sarandon has released her own statement, and writer, film-maker and photographer Bruce LaBruce has blogged a couple of his memories

Gawker received a legal letter from the Scientologists following the outbreak of that Tom Cruise video. You saw the video – now check out a video from the ceremony itself, here’s Cruise picking up that award…

Kirsten Dunst stars in the latest Miu Miu ad campaign. Je voudrais the bag in the first photo, s’il vous plait?

Ahhh, a portrait of Stephen Colbert is hanging in the Smithsonian, between the loos, near the American Presidents, after he impressed the museum’s director with his hacky-sack skills! Genius.


“This portrait will only be here for a limited time, so refresh yourself at the drinking fountain while contemplating this portrait of Colbert while you can.”


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  1. lk said, on January 18, 2008 at 5:27 pm


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