Watch Your Favorite Comedy Stars in Latest New Pornographers Video

· From the brilliant mind of Tom Scharpling comes the best music video you'll probably see this week. (Sorry, Spike Jonze and Arcade Fire.) It's for the New Pornographers song "Moves," and features everyone from Paul Rudd and Bill Hader to Julie Klausner and Donald Glover. And some other surprises. If you don't like laughing, "Moves" is a pretty great song, too. Click ahead to watch, then stick around for the Super Bowl ratings edition of Buzz Break!

· Ratings! Super Bowl XLV tied with Super Bowl XLIV as the highest rated ever! Meanwhile, Glee grabbed the highest rating from a scripted post-Super Bowl show in three years. Nearly 26 million people watched the cast mash-up "Thriller" with Yeah Yeah Yeahs. (Come back for Julie's Gleebased review later this afternoon.) [Deadline]

· Speaking of Glee: The show is still mocking the Lohan Family, and Dina Lohan still upset. [PopEater]

· This is a totally unbelievable rumor, but kinda awesome all the same. According to the British tabloids -- which is a bit like saying "according to that guy on the corner" -- Blake Lively will star as Carrie Bradshaw in Michael Patrick King's prequel to Sex and the City, based on Candace Bushnell's book, The Carrie Diaries. Expect that to be debunked by the time you read this, but still: Good idea? [NYO]

· Jon Favreau on that maybe underwhelming trailer for Cowboys & Aliens: "We wanted to reveal the tone a little bit more. The first one ... people didn't know if it was meant to be funny, or meant to be dark, but it made an impression. People are getting used to what it is now, they're aware of the title, and we want to show them it's an adventure." [EW]

· In the profile of Tina Fey in The New Yorker, the comedy queen reveals what the definition of "crazy" is in Hollywood: "I know older men in comedy who can barely feed and clean themselves, and they still work. The women, though, they're all 'crazy.' I have a suspicion -- and hear me out, because this is a rough one -- that the definition of 'crazy' in show business is a woman who keeps talking even after no one want to f*ck her anymore." Love her. [The New Yorker via SplitSider]