Star Scoop: J. Lo Gets GLAAD, AHS Gets Freaky, A New X-Men Trailer is Here

By  March 24, 2014

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GLAAD luhs you J. Lo! The advocacy group will be honoring Jennifer Lopez with a Vanguard Award at its annual Media Awards, primarily for her work as executive producer on ABC Family’s The Fosters. “Jennifer Lopez has not only sent a message of acceptance to LGBT adults and young people, but inspired new support for our community among her many fans around the globe,” said GLAAD executive Sarah Kate Ellis. “Family is about love, and that’s a message Jennifer has shared with millions through her groundbreaking work on The Fosters.” [The Hollywood Reporter]

Step right up, boys and girls, and feast your eyes on the freak show, American Horror Story style. Season four of the FX anthology series is underway, with Jessica Lange set to star as “a German ex-pat who is managing one of the last freak shows in the U.S.” in 1950s Jupiter, Florida. Kathy BatesSarah PaulsonEvan PetersAngela Bassett, and Frances Conroy, all part of AHS: Coven’s cast, are all on board for show creator Ryan Murphy’s latest wild ride. [Entertainment Weekly]

They’re back! On May 23rd, X-Men: Days of Future Past will land in theaters, and surely atop box office ranks, nationwide. Until then, this new trailer from the Marvel epic finds Ian McKellen, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Nicholas Hoult, and Hugh Jackman traveling across time to “change the past” and “save our future.” [Huffington Post]

Last night’s episode of The Good Wife marked the end of an era—the Will and Alicia era. Josh Charles’ exit from the show was manifested in the death of his character Will, a.k.a. Alicia Florrick’s real love. The WTF moment left fans dumbfounded, and the show producers with lots of explaining to do. Which they did, via Facebook. [The Good Wife Facebook]

We’ve seen him rev up his engines in the Fast & Furious series, commit extortion in Pain & Gain, and appear shirtless, time and time again. This summer, we’ll see Dwayne The RockJohnson sans top, but this time, like never before… as Hercules. With the hair to match. [USA Today]

Whether or not you’re interested in Lindsay Lohan’s road to recovery as told through her OWN docuseries, it’s worth a gander, just to hear Oprah Winfrey utter this phrase: “You need to cut the BS.” Bleeps, and all. [Vulture]