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- The Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney has surreptitiously started a feud with Justin Bieber, apparently. Carney was asked on the red carpet at the Grammys about Bieber not being nominated, and he mentioned that Justin "makes money, not music." Bieber's Twitter soon read, "the black keys drummer needs to be slapped around haha," and his followers went to town after that. Carney later said that his own Twitter feed was "like a Claire's Accessories" that day. Nice.
- Guns 'n Roses will join Kings of Leon and Kanye West as the headliners for the Governor's Ball Music Festival in New York. The show takes place in Randall's Island Park June 7th through the 9th this year.
- Rumor has it that DC's Justice League movie is getting a page-one rewrite, which means it may not make its 2015 release date...which means that more solo Batman movies may also be pushed back...which means that Zack Snyder's Man of Steel had better absolutely kill it in the theater this summer, or DC could be in bad shape, film-wise.
- Seth McFarlane will continue his foray into cinema with A Million Ways to Die in the West, a comedic western about a man (McFarlane himself) who trains as a gunfighter after losing his girlfriend (rumored to be Amanda Seyfried) and starts to develop feelings for the wife (Charlize Theron) of the gunslinger who trains him. No release date for this one yet, but Ted was great, so yeah, go for it.
- If the Batman film franchise reboot is a way off, it's a good thing--or, it could be, if this rumor is true--that the sequel to Batman: Arkham City could be out this year. During a WB conference call yesterday, it was said that this was to be the case, though no other details were given about the game, so we'll see...
- PS3 and PC players of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, listen up: your Revolution DLC is coming soon. February 28th is now the official release date for that pack, which includes multiplayer maps, Zombie maps and a new game mode, and the Peacekeeper weapon...and it's already out on the XBox 360.
'Til Thursday, boys and girls--ROCK!
(News credit to 411mania.com)