Drake’s Not Letting You on His Team Just Because You Brought Him Chips
SNL’s Vanessa Bayer has a YouTube show called Sound Advice. It’s a little Between Two Ferns–ish, but without the bile or the ferns. Bayer plays a clueless media coach called Janessa Slater, whose services Aubrey D. Graham in no way requires. But she tries her best.
Breaking Bad superdirector Michelle MacLaren has signed a two-year first-look deal with HBO.
Orange Is the New Black’s wonderful Samira Wiley (Poussey) has been promoted to a series regular for next season.
Also: Watch Uzo Aduba read for every character on OITNB.
Nostalgia Pt. I: Sonic the Hedgehog is getting a live-action/CGI hybrid movie.
Nostalgia Pt. II: There’s a new CGI Magic School Bus show coming to Netflix.
Nostalgia Pt. III: Nintendo has a Mario Maker on the way. Looks cool but … not really necessary? And kinda like a lot of work?
Pretty Little Liars got renewed for two more seasons.
Adam DeVine (Workaholics, Pitch Perfect) joins Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway in The Intern.
Here’s the latest trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. It might be great. It’ll definitely be dubsteppy.
You’ve gotta pause your Afternoon Links perusal for a moment to go read this headline. You, y-y-you can thank me now.
More Frozen characters are coming to Once Upon a Time. Not just Elsa.
And here’s Damon Albarn doing “Song 2” without Blur for the first time.
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