Star Scoop: Beyonce (Finally) Stands on the Sun, Cameron Diaz’s Hard-Knock Life, Julianne Moore Joining ‘Hunger Games?’

By  June 27, 2013

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We still don’t have an official Mrs. Carter single and a video would probably be asking for too much right now. But we’ll take Beyoncé in any dose we can. Lucky for the Beyhive, a full three minutes and 16 seconds of her sultry timbre on the Sia-penned “Standing on the Sun” has leaked online. We’re not so sure how long the version will be available before Bey’s killer bees have it stripped away from the Internet… so hurry up and listen before it’s too late. [MTV]

We don’t know if Sandra Bullock or Cameron Diaz has had the more hard-knock life, but Diaz will be the one to live it out on the big screen in the film adaptation of Annie. Bullock was originally in talks to take on the role of orphanage head Miss Hannigan, but today, a representative from Columbia Pictures confirmed that Diaz will move forward with the Will Smith and Jay-Z production. [E! Online]

With high drama, chair-gripping action, and an Oscar winner to boot, it’s no wonder that the Hunger Games film franchise has catapulted to blockbuster status; but just when we thought Katniss and co. couldn’t get any bigger, it did. Julianne Moore is in talks to join the series’ two-part finale, Mockingjay. If she signs on for the Suzanne Collins adaptation, Moore would assume the identity of Alma Coin, the leader of District 13, which is where Katniss organizes a revolution against the Capitol. [The Hollywood Reporter]

The cast of Kinky Boots may have already experienced its night of Tony Award wins, but the critic and fan favorite still has plenty to celebrate. Its cast recently accepted a $25,000 donation from Nexxus Salon Hair Care, official sponsor of the Tonys, for the theater community’s Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS initiative. “Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is proud to share the stage with Nexxus and be a part of this beautiful collaboration and a most generous donation,” said the organization’s executive director Tom Viola. The sum will help BCEFA in its mission to “mobilize the unique efforts within the entertainment industry to mitigate the suffering of individuals affected by HIV/AIDS. [GLAM Inbox]

Back in May, we revealed Bud Light’s plans to put music first with its unprecedented 50 shows in 50 states all on the same day. Now, Budweiser’s biggest competitor has tapped a Glee gal to send the showcase off on a high note. Naya Rivera will emcee the party live from Los Angeles when 50/50/1 hits on August 1. “Bud Light Music First reconnects fans with the artists already on their playlists and helps them discover new styles and future favorites,” said Rivera. “I’m looking forward to helping Bud Light connect the entire country through music with a one-day concert experience unlike any other.” [GLAM Inbox]