Every week, we round up some of our favorite news in pop culture in one convenient spot. Here are some of this week’s selected stories to bring you up to speed:
Gary “Rusty” Fleming Jr. talked to Paste exclusively about Fiona Apple’s recent arrest and subsequest on-stage outburst, Lil Wayne surpassed Elvis as Billboard’s most featured artist, Mike Love angered Beach Boys fans everywhere, while Justin Vernon angered hipsters everywhere when he hinted that Bon Iver might not be around for much longer.
In movie-land, not-so-shockingly Bill Murray has been cast in Wes Anderson’s upcoming Grand Budapest Hotel, the Beetlejuice sequel shows signs of life, Benedict Cumberbatch is rumored to be the new Bond villian and trailers were released for the upcoming documentaries detailing the life of British rock bands The Clash and The Rolling Stones.
On the television front, the Workaholics crew will cameo in the upcoming season of Arrested Development, Kathryn Hahn will reprise her role on Parks and Recreation this season, Tina Fey is sticking with the Peacock even though 30 Rock is ending, the Coen brothers are adapting Fargo for FX, and the week concluded on a sad note as former Sons of Anarchy actor Johnny Lewis died.