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Although the winter's film scene is getting crowded with a lot of movie's with bi hype, few are matched with the expectation of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar. Based on this trailer, however, he is prepared to deliver.

Update Looks like Fox pulled the trailer from YouTube. We'll update as soon as they approve a YouTube trailer. In the meantime, you can watch it at the film's official site by inputting code 07201969 ... Discuss

 

There are so many things to take away from this video. The first, of course, is that eating chocolate is a genuinely incredible experience that is not nearly as universal as we might think it is—even for the people who supply the cocoa for our chocolate. The second, and far more important, is the realization that people who farm cocoa can't afford the product they're creating (in the Ivory Coast, a bar of chocolate costs four euro. One of the workers referenced in the video here only makes seven euro per day) ... Discuss

 

NBC is rather charmingly returning to the time-honored tradition of casting a female as the boy who never grew up. Girls' Allison Williams will take the lead role in Peter Pan Live!, NBC's next live musical which they are putting an official exclamation point at the end of. The studio is hoping to grab the same sort of numbers their Sound of Music Live! brought in, although they're probably hoping for better reviews. Good luck, Allison Williams. May your Peter Pan be an inspiration to anyone out there who has trouble with the thought of growing up ... Discuss

 

Comedian Jim Gaffigan is headed to TV Land. The cable network has ordered 10 episodes of The Gaffigan Show—which will re-air on Comedy Central a week after their TV Land debut. Based on his book Dad Is Fat, the single-camera sitcom follows “one man’s struggle in New York City to find a balance between fatherhood, stand-up comedy, and an insatiable appetite.” And by appetite, we can only assume they are referring to a diet consisting entirely of bacon ... Discuss

 

It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything new from Sufjan Stevens, but the always-evolving artist has just released a new song as part of an upcoming tribute album. “A Little Lost” is a cover of an Arthur Russell song, and will appear alongside other tunes from bands including Hot Chip, Phosphorescent and Blood Orange on the compilation, “Master Mix: Red Hot + Arthur Russell,” due out in October. You can stream it for free here, or purchase it on iTunes ... Discuss