April 23: That’s Entertainment!

Entertainment Editors

* Uma and Quentin slashed their way into America’s heart last weekend grossing over 25 million dollars and claimed the top spot at the box office with the second installment of the “Kill Bill” series. All of these accolades even without the use of a hot yellow, leather jump suit.

* This years preliminary lineup for Lollapalooza has been announced boasting an impressively diverse lineup including Morrissey, Modest Mouse, Le Tigre, The String Cheese Incident, The Flaming Lips and 20-plus piece weirdo chorus the Polyphonic Spree. In order to give the tour more of a vagabond feel, the tour will spend two nights in each venue.

* In news that should surprise no one, Comedy Central’s Chapelle’s show is the funniest show currently on television. Just ask Rick James and Samuel Jackson.

* As reported on America Online, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen’s favorite albums are currently The Postal Service’s “Give Up” and Modest Mouse’s “Good News for People Who Like Bad News.” This seemingly inane piece of news has given the boys of the Entertainment section a nice and healthy dose of false hope.

* Earlier this week nominations for the 2004 MTV movie awards were announced. This year’s movie to beat is Disney’s “Pirates of the Carribean: Curse of the Black Pearl,” who leads the pack with six nominations including Best Picture. You know an award ceremony has integrity when Ludacris is nominated for a breakthrough acting performance.