Good news! If you saw Pineapple Express in theaters, you’re legally entitled to a refund, because you got DUPED. Quizzed on Watch What Happens Live about high-profile pals he has and hasn’t smoked marijuana with, Seth Rogen revealed that Paul Rudd’s a yes (“lots of times”), Sarah Silverman’s a yes (“many times”), Jonah Hill and Snoop Dogg are yeses, but James Franco is a no — because he doesn’t indulge in that kind of super-artist-destroying behavior. (Franco did tell Rolling Stone last summer that he hasn’t smoked “in decades,” but, still … that refund. Please.)
SXSW = bands playing in Dumpsters.
With Tha Carter V (allegedly) drawing near, Lil Wayne is re-upping on the threat/promise to make it his last record: “I personally plan on this being my final solo album, yes, and it’s definitely the final Carter album.” Except: “25 to 35 million would get me to do another solo album after this.”
Nickelodeon is going to do a Kids’ Choice Sports Awards now, too.
Man spends a year making supercut of 1,001 must-see movies; final product is awesome. [via]
Joss Whedon directed a post-credits sequence for Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Lena Dunham: “I don’t know if I’m going to want to act anymore. I’m always relieved on the days I don’t have to. I’d rather give parts to other women than be the woman having the parts.”
Black Simon & Garfunkel do “Royals”
This is Tame Impala covering Michael Jackson. [via]
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CBS renewed 18 shows in one fell swoop. Among them: NCIS, Person of Interest, CSI, Hawaii Five-0, Elementary, The Good Wife, 2 Broke Girls, The Millers, Mike & Molly, Mom, Two and a Half Men, and The Amazing Race. No word on The Mentalist, The Crazy Ones, or Intelligence yet.
Seth Grahame-Smith, who wrote Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (both the original novel and the screenplay), is directing a remake of Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes.
And here’s a Grand Budapest Hotel companion short/cooking film.