Afternoon Links: Would You Like to See Seth Meyers’s Late Night Set?

Well, so would he. The joint’s not quite ready yet, but it does happen to be within spitting distance of SNL‘s Studio 8H. Once it’s all built and Seth’s new desk shows up and everything, Late Night will embark on a voyage fairly unlike the one chartered by Jimmy Fallon, according to Time. Sketches will see more prominence than music, and Meyers’s interest in politics will shape the show’s sensibility as well as its guest list. There may not be a house band, either, because, among other reasons, the Roots are impossible to follow.

Meanwhile, here’s a much more straight-faced promo for The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.

Here streams the latest Springsteen, High Hopes.

Steven Spielberg is mulling a film about Cortez leading the Spanish into Montezuma’s Mexico. Javier Bardem is being eyed for the Cortez role, and the original script is a 50-year-old project by Dalton Trumbo.

Morrissey is writing a NOVEL this time.

Stevie Wonder will join Daft Punk, Pharrell, and Nile Rodgers at the Grammys. DOES HE GET A ROBOT SUIT?

“Her portrayal of an intelligent agent is beyond artificial”: Apple’s Siri will cut the Scarlett Johansson A.I. from Spike Jonze’s Her.

Seen in the Season 2 trailer for Kroll Show: Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen, Laura Dern, Zach Galifianakis, Lizzy Caplan, Craig Robinson, Bill Burr, Will Forte, Chelsea Peretti, and a bazillion more. [via]


Speaking of
Craig Robinson, he just got a six-episode order from NBC for Mr. Robinson, where he’ll play a children’s music teacher, which he was in the real pre-Office world.

Kim Kardashian is still on the Instagram ass-selfie grind.

“Every young man needs an Uncle Phil”: Will Smith’s remembrance of James Avery.

Jonah Hill will host SNL on January 25.

Ke$ha has entered rehab for an eating disorder. “I’m a crusader for being yourself and loving yourself, but I’ve found it hard to practice.”

And if you watch Tosh.0, don’t do it while you’re driving.

Filed Under: Jimmy Fallon, Jonah Hill, Loose Ends, Steven Spielberg