Kanye West Appears On The Lorde-Curated ‘Hunger Games’ Soundtrack

While Lorde is getting no love at a San Francisco radio station for the World Series, the New Zealander’s name is written all over the new Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack. With rap notables Pusha T, Tinashe and Raury in the mix, Kanye West also makes a cameo, reworking Lorde’s song “Flicker.” [THR]

WWE is stepping into the ring with Nickelodeon. The wrestling titan’s web series Slam City (which turns roster stars like John Cena and Randy Orton into day jobbers) will premiere on Nicktoons’ NickSports come Oct. 22 [Variety]

Vine’s six seconds of fame are far from over. The Twitter-owned platform is turning into a 30-minute TV comedy, Hollywood and Vine, following five social media stars trying to make the Big Time. The show will be produced by funny man Rainn Wilson. Serious question: can King Bach make a cameo or nah? [Deadline]

The Dish Network is giving zero fucks. The satellite TV provider failed to reach a distribution deal with Time Warner Inc.’s Turner Broadcasting and has dropped Turner-owned channels, including CNN, HLN, Cartoon Network and truTV. [WSJ]

After Shia LaBeouf plead guilty to his drunk fest during a Cabaret show this past summer, Broadway star Alan Cumming forgives the Fury star for slapping his bum. “Apparently I was the sexiest man he had ever seen,” Cumming joked on last night’s Conan. [Us Magazine]