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  1. new music
    Frank Ocean Drops New Single ‘Chanel’Ocean premiered the song during his “Blonded Radio” show.
  2. party chat
    Even the Director of Those Brad Pitt Chanel Ads Was ConfusedAccording to Taran Killam, who spoofed them on Saturday Night Live.
  3. clickables
    Watch Keira Knightley Sell Chanel for Three MinutesIn an ad directed by Joe Wright.
  4. martin scorsese
    Scorsese Directs Ads for ChanelCommercials will star French actor Ulliel.
  5. kudos
    Roger Friedman Gives Confusing, Contradictory Oscar Advice to Kate WinsletIn a weird twist, he advocates Winslet to shun her ‘Revolutionary Road’ performance for ‘The Reader.’
  6. right-click
    Threesome: Ryan Gosling, Zooey Deschanel, and Scarlett JohanssonSee the video!
  7. the wire
    The Wire in Five MinutesWant a fast catch-up on ‘The Wire’ but don’t have 60 consecutive hours?
  8. news reel
    Patrick Swayze Is the People’s ChoiceBabs + Swayze = Ratings Gold.
  9. nuns
    Nuns Live-Blog DoubtCritics love the movie — but what do blogging nuns think?
  10. ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Begins ShootingApparently the title of Quentin Tarantino’s new movie will be spelled the same way it was in the script.
  11. last night's gig
    Aimee Mann Sates Cult With Cornball Musings“I’m super punchy!” she exclaimed early on. “Who knows what I’ll say?”
  12. apropos of nothing
    ‘Umbrella’ Watch 2008: Is Lloyd’s ‘Girls Around the World’ the Song of the Summer?Not even the coldest-hearted bikini-clad cyborg could resist that falsetto.
  13. trailer mix
    ‘Vicky Christina Barcelona’ Trailer: Woody Allen’s Publicist Strikes BackDespite what Woody Allen would have you believe, this movie might actually be hot.
  14. apropos of nothing
    How Old Is Gina Gershon, Anyway?We think she’s 45, but who knows!
  15. apropos of nothing
    Know Your Jonas Brothers OverlordsIf the Jonas Brothers are, as we suspect, about to take over the entire world, it would behoove you to meet your tyrannous overlords before you’re forced to kneel at their bejeweled feet.
  16. the early-evening news
    Led Zep Not Ded Yet?Plus Klaxons, Kevin Costner, and the New Yorker Festival.
  17. tube junkie
    Big in Japan: ‘The Butt-Biting Bug Song’We’re not sure why, exactly, but in Japan “The Butt-Biting Bug Song” is more popular than “Chocolate Rain,” the Star Wars kid, and LOLcats combined.
  18. the early word
    ‘Young Frankenstein’: You’ll Never Believe What They’re Calling Megan MullallyThe young woman outside the Paramount Theatre says she’s come to the Seattle preview of Young Frankenstein, Mel Brooks’s follow-up to his tremendous hit The Producers, because she’s a “bitch.” “And so is Megan Mullally!” she squeals. “From Will & Grace! She’s a bitch, I’m a bitch. We have a connection!” Ms. Mullally’s superfan is among an older and decidedly more guarded crowd — the middle-aged couple sitting next to us came because they got a deal when they bought tickets to Spamalot.