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‘Night at the Museum’ Will Keep Going Until Museums Are Ruined for Everyone

Also in the Afternoon Links: David Simon’s HBO miniseries gets some stars, Robert Plant feels bad for Jimmy Page, and Samuel L. Jackson gets the most important supercut.

If Ben Stiller and director Shawn Levy keep making these Night at the Museum movies, we’re going to have to start calling museums by a whole other name. (Knowledge Houses Unassociated With Those Cinematic Abominations?) I mean, this trailer’s mostly about a monkey pissing on some guys.

In case you, like me, always wonder: Quentin Tarantino officially still considers Kill Bill one film. The Hateful Eight’s new poster solidifies it.

Here comes Wired with the history of autocorrect.

Ain’t no supercut like a Samuel L. Jackson “motherfucker” supercut.

Robert Plant thinks Jimmy Page is being a little silly with all the Zeppelin reunion talk. “I feel for the guy. He knows he’s got the headlines if he wants them. But I don’t know what he’s trying to do. So I feel slightly disappointed and baffled.”

Iggy Azalea is going to be in Fast & Furious 7. She follows Fast musician appearances by Ja Rule, Ludacris, and Tyrese.

The title track from Lana Del Rey’s “Ultraviolence” has an eerie video.

Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener will star in David Simon’s six-hour HBO miniseries Show Me a Hero. It’s about “a young mayor of a mid-sized American city who’s faced with a federal court order that says he must build a small number of low-income housing units in the white neighborhoods of his town,” with Isaac as the mayor.

Barry Levinson’s Rock the Kasbah will probably be a fun movie to watch.

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Jim Gaffigan’s show is happening at TV Land … right as the network cancels Kirstie after one season.

Paramount apologies for going all 9/11 with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

And Janelle Monáe’s “Electric Lady” has a video now, as well.