Because there is no aspect of the Internet that cannot be turned into a profit-making opportunity, WorldStarHipHop’s videos of fights and beatings are apparently going to be the basis for a low-budget feature film. The concept is something that I would probably skip because I know it is not for me. That hesitance inspires our question of the day: Where do you draw the line and say that something can just never resonate with you, be it rape jokes or horror movies based in torture? And why?

Elsa, from Jennifer Lee’s “Frozen.” (Disney)

• “Frozen” director Jennifer Lee’s next project will be “A Wrinkle In Time,” a combination that makes me wonder how “Let It Go” would sound if it were a song about a giant, mesmeric evil brain.

• The Civil Wars break up but go their separate ways on a sunny note.

• Nothing ever changes on late-night television.

• A video on Bill Field, who plays the organ at the Old Town Music Hall in El Segundo, Calif.

• What happens when representation in popular media turns out not to be a gratifying experience.

• Verizon would prefer that you use less data.

• The Motion Picture Academy reelects its present, Cheryl Boone Isaacs.

• SyFy is adapting John Scalzi’s “Ghost Brigades,” giving the science fiction author two television shows in development.

• “Left Behind” is back because the Rapture cannot be left to the secular vision of “The Leftovers.”

• A defensive comic book artist is trying to use take-down notices to prevent people from criticizing his poses of female characters.

• Apparently, a proliferation of sexual assault civil suits does not bother people who want to hire Bill Cosby.

• Chris Cillizza gets at the story behind Michael Dukakis’s infamous tank ad.

• “True Detective” creator Nic Pizzolatto has been accused of plaigarism.

Alyssa Rosenberg blogs about pop culture for The Washington Post's Opinions section.