Some of the hottest buzz out of Cannes has been for the trailer for “Foxcatcher,” starring Steve Carrell and Channing Tatum. I have particularly enjoyed Tatum’s rise over the last several years, because after being one of the few people to see “A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints,” I was convinced that there was something more to him than simply bland good looks. Which brings us to our question of the day: Which artist did you feel like you discovered before everyone else? And what was the performance, book or song that made you think they were something special?
-“Game of Thrones” borrows from Samuel Beckett.
-Jezebel founder Anna Holmes is headed to the digital arm of cable network Fusion.
-Bae Doona on what it is like to be lonely in Hollywood.
-I have no idea if NBC can make a miniseries work, but anything that gets Lisa Cholodenko directing more is a good thing.
-Bobby Jindal is coming to “Duck Dynasty.”
-Alfonso Cuarón is going to direct the new Harry Potter movie.
-“Foxcatcher” looks great, and extremely grim: