DR. HOOK & THE MEDICINE SHOW: "Cover of the Rolling Stone." A fairly deranged live version.
NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Ezra Furman, Julia Jacklin, Stella Donnelly, and more.
BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has William Orbit, The Lounge Society, and more.
ELTON JOHN & BRITNEY SPEARS: "Hold Me Closer." No thanks.
ARCADE FIRE's Win Butler is accused of sexual misconduct with fans between the ages of 18 and 23, which he says were consensual.
BARTEES STRANGE: Hanging Out In America's Weird, Wild West.
JASON ISBELL explains MTV.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Janet Jackson's "Doesn't Really Matter," her frothy and futuristic contribution to the 'Nutty Professor II: The Klumps' soundtrack.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: In a brutal pre-Labor Day weekend, The Invitation tops the chart with a 7MM debut. Bullet Train places with 5.6MM on a 30 percent drop. Beast shows with 4.9MM on a 58 percent drop in its second frame.
FLORENCE PUGH has severely limited her promotional press for the upcoming feminist thriller “Don’t Worry Darling,” fueling speculation that she and director and co-star Olivia Wilde have fallen out.
EZRA MILLER is trying to save The Flash (and coincidentally, his career).
JENNIFER GARNER is not saying she's glad to offload Ben Affleck on Jennifer Lopez... but people in her circle seem to think she is.
KEANU REEVES might show up at your wedding reception, because he's Keanu.
FANTASTIC FOUR may be directed by "WandaVision"'s Matt Shakman.
QUENTIN TARANTINO slams François Truffaut.
NBC is in preliminary discussions to cut back on its primetime programming hours between 10 to 11 p.m. (ET) in a cost-cutting measure that reflects the changing TV landscape.
HOW THE SLOW DEATH OF BROADCAST TV hurts screenwriters.
A CAT & SHEEP, living together...
A MONKEY that was flushed down a toilet, and fed cocaine now has a boyfriend.
WHEN SHE SAYS she's not really hungry but might have one bite of your food.