Star Scoop: Oscars Aims for James Bond Reunion, Tony Bennett Duets With Lady Gaga, Michael Buble & Wife Get Baby Fever

By  January 24, 2013

We all know about the epic James Bond tribute that the Academy Awards is brewing for its February 24th date, replete with Adele performing a rendition of her award-winning “Skyfall.” Well, it’s getting even bigger. The Oscars are hoping to bring together the actors who have brought Bond to life throughout the franchise’s 23-film career. That means Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig would be together on one stage for the first time in history. [Vanity Fair]

The Zen of Bennett documentary premiered at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival offering insight on the legendary Tony Bennett‘s philosophy on life. The film also tracked the recording of his second Duets album, featuring Michael Bublé, John Mayer, and the late Amy Winehouse. Now, he and one of his collaborators from “Zen,” Lady Gaga, are working on a full duets album together. Gaga verified the news in a tweet after she and Bennett pulled off a performance at President Barack Obama‘s first inaugural ball on Monday. [E! Online]

Thanks to the success of Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, and Russell Crowe in Les Mis, another big Broadway musical could be lighting up your silver screen. Mike Medavoy, CEO of Phoenix Pictures — behind movies like Black Swan and Shutter Island — is reported to be working on a film adaptation of the hit Jekyll and Hyde to debut in 2015. [Huffington Post]

In nine months or so, Michael Bublé will be bringing home baby. The Canadian crooner and his lovely wife, Luisana Lopilato, are expecting their first child together. Thanks to Lopilato for posting this cute sonogram vid on her YouTube account! [Yahoo News]

Robin Roberts is ready for her GMA return. The Good Morning America anchor held her first “dry-run” this morning, going through all of her pre-show preparation in anticipation of her return to the anchor desk following a bout with cancer. [People]