The Morning’s Top 5 Pop Culture Stories


1. Allegedly Conan O’Brien has been told by NBC that he needs to either accept a move to midnight or leave the network. No wonder he’s not making any jokes. [via TMZ] 2. James Cameron has optioned Charles Pellegrino’s upcoming nonfiction book The Last Train From Hiroshima: The Survivors Look Back — which provides accounts from Japanese civilians and American pilots who experienced the atomic explosions firsthand — with his own personal funds. [via Variety] 3. “I’ve done a lot of stuff I’m really ashamed of.” – Michael Cera on breaking the law [via MTV] 4. An “audio sculpture” installation based on The xx‘s eponymous debut album opened at a London gallery last night. [via NME] 5. The new season of Big Love premieres on Sunday, and Bill Henrickson is running for public office. [via LAT]

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