Star Scoop: Channing Tatum Unscripted, Justin Timberlake is a Drag, Entourage is a Go!

By  October 29, 2013

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Channing Tatum will be steaming up your small screens with a push into reality television on A&E. Mr. Magic Mike is producing a docuseries on the network about his New Orleans burlesque club Saints and Sinners, which he opened last year. [Variety]

Elvis’ granddaughter Riley Keough had the pleasure of dragging Justin Timberlake around in the Ryan Reichenfeld-directed clip for his new music video, “TKO.” [Vevo]

It’s happening! Two years after its series finale, Entourage is finally headed to the silver screen. The show’s creator, Doug Ellin, tweeted out a picture of the cast, confirming that the reunion is indeed happening following reports of cast tiffs over pay. [USA Today]

Another reunion that’s music to our ears? Eminem‘s “The Monster” featuring Rihanna. The “Love The Way You Lie” duo’s latest project surfaced on the emcee’s Soundcloud yesterday, eight days before Em’s MMLP2 release. [Soundcloud]

Oscars buzz doesn’t have 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen resting on his laurels. The award-winning director is teaming up with World War Z co-writer Matthew Michael CarnahanRussell Simmons, and producers Iain Canning and Emile Sherman for a new drama on HBO. The series is about “an exploration of a young African-American man’s experience entering New York high society, with a past that may not be what it seems.” [Deadline]

Beck is back and his new album will drop in February 2014. [Vulture]

Before then, though, Kanye West is reportedly set to drop five unreleased tracks from Yeezus—hopefully for free in the style of his G.O.O.D. Friday giveaways. [Huffington Post]

Jay Z isn’t the only hip hop impresario to settle a score. Newlywed Pharrell Williams revealed that he is teaming up with Hans Zimmer (who scored The Lion King!) for The Amazing Spiderman 2. [Billboard]