Sharknado 2: The Second One threatened to get as filthy as possible when it added Andy Dick, Judah Friedlander, Kelly Osbourne, and Mark McFuckinGrath to a cast already led by Tara Reid and Ian Ziering. Now we’re going even deeper into the B-list black hole with roles for Perez Hilton, Biz Markie, Salt-N-Pepa’s Pepa, and WWE wrestler Kurt Angle. Go home, Sharknado 2. You’re (still) drunk.
A thing you either absolutely don’t need in your life or need in your life more than anything: Blue Ivy saying “surfbort” and talking to her mother, Beyoncé, after a dry run of the Grammys performance of “Drunk in Love.” [via]
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Is this seriously the key art for Mad Men Season 7 wow yes this is seriously the key art for Mad Men Season 7 and it’s trrrrippppy duuuuuderrrrr. (Previously: 15 seconds of Don Draper stepping off a plane, LIKE A DON.)
So begins the string of stories about where Darren Aronofsky’s Noah shall and shall not screen. It’s “starting to come under fire in the Middle East for contradicting Islamic law by portraying a prophet.”
Whether you are or aren’t on a first-name basis with Rozay’s “Sanctified” yet, you’ve gotta watch this Arsenio Hall Show performance. It’s prime Kanye.
E!’s first scripted series will be about British royals and star Elizabeth Hurley as a queen.
Amazon’s new pilots will be gone after this weekend. Go watch them now.
HBO has a documentary about the making of Bruce Springsteen’s latest album, High Hopes, coming April 4.
Jurassic Park’s kitchen/raptors scene is markedly less scary with cats. [via]
Step 1: Go here. Step 2: Click ahead to Track 7. Step 3: Listen to Kendrick Lamar rap all over Tame Impala’s “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards.” (You can also hear a new M83 song and a host of Ellie Goulding songs.)
New Weezy I’m not not excited about. Rare, pleasant sensation. Song’s called “Moment.” [via]
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Frank Ocean and Diplo made a track with the Clash’s Paul Simonon and Mick Jones. You have to wait till Monday to hear it, but it’s just good info to be aware of going into a weekend.
Pharrell and that damn hat rule the “Move That Dope” video.
And The Simpsons caught True Detective fever, too. You in Carcosa, now, Springfield.