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Linkdown: 4/22/10 by Barbecue Bros

Interview with Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Red Mist from Kick-Ass

“How to Make it in America” gets renewed for a second season, and AV Club has a hilarious take on why

The show, for the uninitiated, teaches everyone not currently living in New York how they could, conceivably, make it in New York if only they could do something about their abs and then come up with the money to afford a badass loft, a blueprint for Brooklynite success that includes lessons such as, “When the burden of figuring out how to make it in America gets you down, simply attend one of your photographer/gallery owner/media something-or-other executive friend’s fabulous late-night parties, where you will surely meet the exact powerful person who can help you.” How recently concluded its eight-episode run without overtly insulting anyone, so as a reward it gets to come back next year, most likely in summer 2011. Fans will just have to wait until then to see resolutions to unanswered questions like, “Will Cam and Ben get their line of vintage jeans off the ground?” and “Who the fuck are Cam and Ben, and why should I care about anyone’s line of vintage jeans?”

Hulu to launch a subscription service

– According to the cinematographer on the first two Batman movies, Batman 3 could be shot entirely in IMAX; will probably not be in 3D

– Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant have a new BBC show coming called “Life’s Too Short”

– WSJ’s Speakeasy has a short interview with Peter Jackson on LOTR, The Lovely Bones, and 3D

– Ken Marino still thinks a third season of “Party Down” could happen

– Little Gold Men: Shepard Fairey Swears to God the Banksy Movie is Not a Hoax

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