You Want Jon Hamm in Your NYC Vacation Photos

Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon headed to the top of 30 Rockefeller Center on Monday to photobomb unsuspecting tourists for The Tonight Show. If you’re unsold, just go to the 1:20 mark and watch Hamm start making those giant open-mouthed smiles. Nothing better.

Kanye and Jay Z are performing at SXSW on Wednesday. Will they announce Watch the Throne II?

Comedy Central’s big spring slate: stand-up specials from Hannibal Buress, Patton Oswalt, Tracy Morgan, Dave Atell, Jim Gaffigan, and David Spade, with an additional eight-episode series from Atell.

Jamie Foxx and Kevin Hart will play hit men in Black PhantomRide Along director Tim Story may direct.

Seth Rogen and Jimmy Kimmel do True Detective.

Boots, the producer who came outta nowhere to work on almost all of Beyoncé’s latest album, has a new solo track.

Judd “Healthy Outlook” Apatow: “Everything I’ve done, in a way, is revenge for the people who cancelled Freaks and Geeks. It’s really demented, but it’s just like ‘you were wrong about that person, and that person and that person. And that writer and that director.’ And I really should get over that.”

Lorde pwnz creepy DJ.

A quick quick teaser for AMC’s Revolutionary War show, Turn.

Jason Bateman, whose reportedly not-great directorial debut Bad Words hits this Friday, had a long, directing-oriented talk with the Dissolve. “My ideal career looks like something similar to what any actor who has become a director looks like. From Ron Howard to Ben Stiller, Ben Affleck, George Clooney … Certain projects, they’re drawn to as an actor; certain projects, they’re drawn to as a director, certain projects, they’re drawn to both.”

Frank Ocean vs. Chipotle. ONE SIDE TELLS ANOTHER TO EFF OFF.

New York Times gettin’ sassy: “Keith Richards Is Writing a Children’s Book. Yes, a Children’s Book.” It’ll be called Gus & Me: The Story of My Granddad and My First Guitar.

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