JON PRATT: When not redefining the kilogram, he's reinventing the Buzzcocks' "Ever Fallen In Love?"
JANELLE MONAE plays Austin City Limits.
SOCCER MOMMY plays a mini-set at Iceland Airways.
TOM MORELLO stops by World Cafe.
BONO & PHARRELL sing the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive."
AIMEE MANN talks to Stereogum about her early LPs and music videos, collaborating with Elvis Costello, Squeeze, Jon Brion, and PT Anderson, and battling the biz.
THE BEATLES' "White Album" songs, ranked by Stereogum.
LFO singer Devin Lima died at age 41 on Wednesday morning following a yearlong battle with stage 4 cancer.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Tommy Roe's spun-around bubblegum smash "Dizzy" and the 5th Dimension's flower-child show tune "Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Ralph Breaks the Internet tops the holiday chart with 84.5MM over the five-day frame, a Thanksgiving debut second only to Frozen. Creed II places with 55.8MM the best-ever live-action debut in this frame, and could outeran the original by a substantial amount. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald showed with 42.9MM, edging out The Grinch, which took in 42MM for fourth place over the long weekend. Of course, the difference in budgets means the former has to continue more strongly abroad to get into the black on the big screen. Bohemian Rhapsody rounds out the Top Five with another 19.3MM as aprt of the weekend's record haul of 314MM. Of course the remake of Robin Hood was part of that too, but a seventh-place, 14.2MM debutagainst a nerly-100MM budget can't be making the folks at Lionsgate merrie men.
THE LION KING remake has a teaser trailer online.
STAN & OLLIE has a trailer online.
JULIE ANDREWS has a secret role in Aquaman.
BRADGELINA are settling their child custody dispute.
GAME OF THRONES: Kit Harington's rep denies allegations of infidelity to Rose Leslie.
NATALIE DORMER: Not a fan of journalism, social media, or sex scenes.
THE TOP 10 EPISODES OF THE SOPRANOS, according to Vulture.
NICOLAS ROEG, the British cinematographer turned director who employed his visual flair on such films as David Bowie’s The Man Who Fell to Earth and the horror masterpiece Don’t Look Now, has died. He was 90.
RICKY JAY, a master magician who also acted in films and TV shows such as Boogie Nights, House of Games and Deadwood, died Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 72. The New Yorker profiled him in 1994.
CAT vs OSTRICHES: Who You Got?
A DOG, trying to steal another smaller dog.
WANT TO VISIT a cave full of glowworms?
DOG kills owner with forklift truck.