Need To Know: Daft Punk Documentary Is In The Works

Plus, Seth MacFarlane donates to a good cause.

With additional reporting by Janelle Myers

Daft Punk Is Playing At Your House
Helmet-clad French electronic band Daft Punk are coming to the small screen with a one-hour documentary made by BBC Worldwide Production France. Canal Plus, a French premium pay channel, commissioned the project, which is slated to air in 2015.

Seth MacFarlane’s True Colors
“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane promised to match every donation up to $1 million to the “Reading Rainbow” Kickstarter. This is in an effort to help Levar Burton raise $5 million by July 2, which would bring the program free of charge to at least 7,500 classrooms instead of the original 1,500 classrooms and expand “Reading Rainbow’s” accessibility from the web to mobile, Android, consoles and OTT boxes as well.

Shia LaBeouf And Broadway Don’t Mix?
Former “Even Stevens” star Shia LaBeouf was reportedly handcuffed and escorted out of the Broadway show “Cabaret” on Thursday night. Tony-nominated composer Benj Pasek witnessed this and tweeted that the actor was in tears. LaBeouf was apparently smoking and “engaging in other disruptive behavior” according to ABC News. He is still in police custody, but has not been formally charged.

’Friends’ Star Is Court-ed
Courteney Cox is now engaged to Snow Patrol member Johnny McDaid. The former “Friends” star tweeted a picture of her and her new fiance with the caption “I’m engaged to him!” The two both have Ed Sheeran to thank for introducing them!

Must See Video Of The Day
The season may be over but “Game of Thrones” is still reigning the interwebs. In this latest video, a YouTuber imagines what the hit show would be like if it aired in the ’80s, complete with retro synthesized music and close-up headshots of everyone in Westeros. But where are the mullets?

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