Would Drew Barrymore Like This?

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“I KNOW YOU BETTER THAN YOU KNOW YOURSELF, THAT’S EVIDENT NOW!” That’s Billy Eichner, of course, screaming at Drew Barrymore during a rousing round of the subjective-to-Billy’s-whims game “Would Drew Barrymore Like That?” It’s just the best. Billy is living out his dreams this season.

Neil Patrick Harris’s memoir will be a choose-your-own-adventure. Congratulations, everyone who buys that book.

Lisa Cholodenko (The Kids Are All Right, HBO’s forthcoming Olive Kitteridge) will direct an eight-part adaptation of The Slap for NBC. It’s about a man slapping another couple’s child. Fun for the whole family.

Stephen King will cameo on Under the Dome’s season premiere, which he wrote.

Frozen, which is already becoming a Broadway show, will become a Disney on Ice show as well.

Splitsider produced a comedy concert film, based on NYC’s Whiplash show, that you can buy for $5. Here’s the trailer.

Try to play Coldplay’s Ghost Stories on Spotify, receive this message: “The artist or their representatives have decided not to release this album on Spotify. We are working on it and hope they will change their mind soon.”

The Shield actor Michael Jace (Julien Lowe) has been arrested for allegedly killing his wife.

Steven Soderbergh isn’t reneging on his “no more films” policy, but he’ll act as director of photography and editor for Magic Mike XXL.

Watch Ted Leo and Amy Mann play TV theme songs.

Here are Lena Dunham and Anna Kendrick in the trailer for Happy Christmas.

Mariah’s new album is streaming on iTunes.

7.2 million people watched The Maya Rudolph Show.

“These are not real. It’s fine, though.” —Kanye to a fan who wanted some bootleg sneaks autographed.

And finally, Future and Ciara’s baby son is named Future.

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