A.M. Surf Report: Spidey Not Sure About '4'; Tarantino, Rodriguez May Split; Sharon Replaces Brandy

Tobey Maguire not certain of 'Spider-Man' sequel; studio considers dividing 'Grindhouse'; Osbourne may judge 'Talent' show.

The news happens all the time, even while you're catching up on your beauty sleep. Check out this brief rundown to bring you up to speed this morning — a quick heads up from your friends at MTV News.

Here's what we've got:

Blogger and independent game designer Matt Hawkins has "Final Fantasy VII," "Grand Theft Auto III," "World of Warcraft," the entire "Madden" series and even the mighty Kong (well, "Donkey Kong Country") on his worst-games list. Is this guy trying to make people angry? Yes. ...

"Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters" hits theaters Friday. Can the head-scratching TV series translate its 15-minute bursts of weirdness to a full-length feature film with "South Park" success? Karl Heitmueller looks at its predecessors for clues — the fact that it isn't live action is a good sign. ...

Kanye West, Fall Out Boy, Ludacris and Kelly Clarkson are among the headliners confirmed for the U.S. portion of Al Gore's Live Earth concerts, scheduled for July 7 at New Jersey's Giants Stadium. Tickets for the show go on sale Monday at 10 a.m. ...

And Joe Carnahan, the director behind "freak show" "Smokin' Aces" — hey, those were his words — tells us he's "taken some liberties" with his next film, the "L.A. Confidential" pseudo-sequel "White Jazz," starring George Clooney. ...

Quote of the Day: "Oh Angela, you're the best kisser I've ever had!" — Fantasia to "The Color Purple" co-star Angela Robinson

Here's what everyone else is talking about:

Will Tobey Maguire put on his Spidey suit for a fourth film? Um, maybe. "I don't have a lot of formed ideas," he told Men's Journal magazine (via The Associated Press). "It's more just thoughts. ... I might do another 'Spider-Man' movie. I don't know." ...

Studio honcho Harvey Weinstein is "incredibly disappointed" with the "Grindhouse" box-office total, DeadlineHollywoodDaily.com reports. The Weinstein Company may re-release "Planet Terror" and "Death Proof" as separate films in the U.S. — which has been the release plan in Europe. ...

Brandy won't be returning for the second season of "America's Got Talent," according to TMZ.com. The gossip site says she'll be replaced by Sharon Osbourne, who's been offering advice to contestants on the British talent contest "X-Factor" alongside Simon Cowell since 2004. ...

Radiohead are recording new music and have posted a very strange Vapour Brothers video on their Dead Air Space site (via Pitchfork) chronicling some studio experience to the sound of Radiohead music old and presumably new. "One day all this will become clear," reads a note during the video. Don't count on it. ...

An Indiana middle school student's MySpace posts criticizing her principal are protected as political speech, the state Court of Appeals ruled Monday. The Associated Press reports that the girl, referred to as A.B. in court papers, posted profanity-heavy comments on a was placed on probation by a juvenile court in June, a decision that the Court of Appeals deemed an unconstitutional restriction on her right to free expression. ...

No, Lollapalooza won't be free this year, but organizers have eliminated fees and surcharges — in a way, Pollstar.com reports. "All we really did here was figure out what everything cost ... and we just included it all in the ticket price," concert organizer Charlie Walker explained. ...

And XXL.com posted Mims' "This Is Why I Rock" remix Monday night. The reviews are in, and range from "I'm feelin' this one more than the original" to "this ... sucks like hell" and "This is on some 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure' sh--." Now that's real.