Star Scoop: Sarah Silverman Gets Sexy, Mila Gives a Peak at Her Baby Bump, Trouble for ‘Grace in Monaco’ at Cannes

By  April 28, 2014

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Sarah Silverman will soon be showing off her sexy side. The stand-up comedian-turned-silver screen star signed on for a recurring role on Showtime’s Masters of Sex next season. Just call her Helen. [Vulture]

California’s country music festival is well underway, but this weekend’s celebrity appearances were overshadowed by a baby bump—Mila Kunis’s baby bump. The Family Guy mainstay was seen coupled up with fiancé Ashton Kutcher at day one of Stagecoach, sporting their take on western wears. [Yahoo]

Trouble at Cannes? Harvey Weinstein’s namesake production company is reportedly looking to drop Nicole Kidman-starrer Grace of Monaco before it premieres at the annual film festival. Sources say Weinstein is “still unsatisfied with the version of the film,” though its release date had already been pushed back twice. [Variety]

Fox is giving Grease the Sound of Music Live treatment. The network will air a live, three-hour broadcast of the 1971 original some time next year. If Sound’s success at NBC is any indication, the production could pull in millions of viewers and monetize a soundtrack and DVD. [The Hollywood Reporter]

What do Pharrell and accommodations startup AirBnB have in common? They both walked away with Webby Awards! The annual Internet competition released its list of victors today including Pharrell for Best Use of Interactive Video with “24 Hours of Happy,” Jimmy Kimmel for Best Viral Video with “Worst Twerk Fail EVER: Girl Catches Fire,” and Zach Galifianakis for Best Comedy with his Between Two Ferns interview with Justin Bieber. [Mashable]

After being promoted to a full-time staff writer at SNL last September, Michael Che is taking his talents to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. [Deadline]

Speaking of The Daily Show, former correspondent John Oliver is off to a great start at HBO. His new Last Week Tonight series premiered late Sunday to a strong start with 1.1 million viewers. [The Hollywood Reporter]