Star Scoop: Rooney Mara Dishes on ‘Side Effects,’ Clive Davis Opens Up in Memoir, Michael Jackson’s Son Turns Journo

By  February 19, 2013

In her latest Q&A, the moody Rooney Mara chats it up with Side Effects director Steven Soderbergh about her fearlessness when it comes to shooting nude, why she doesn’t eat “normal” food, and how she really feels about critiques of her work. [Interview Magazine]

Remember when we told you that Atoms for Peace, rock supergroup comprising members of Radiohead and the Red Hot Chili Peppers was releasing a debut album this year? Well, it’s here, and luckily, you can stream “Amok” live now. The band, with Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich in the lead, also revealed that they’ll be adding more dates to its U.S. tour. [Rolling Stone]

It’s been 16 years since hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur was fatally gunned down in Las Vegas. Still, the artist’s posthumous presence is as resounding as ever, and now fans of the late star have something special to look forward to. His mother Afeni Shakur announced that she will release his entire body of work. [Huffington Post]

After telling talk show host Rachael Ray that her bangs were the result of a midlife crisis (jokingly, of course!), First Lady Michelle Obama is heading north to make a late-night appearance with Jimmy Fallon this Friday. [Entertainment Weekly]

Baby makes… six? Up All Night funny girl Maya Rudolph is expecting her fourth child with partner Paul Thomas Anderson. The couple currently has their hands full with Pearl, 7, Lucille, 3, and Jack, who’s almost 2. [Us Magazine]

In other baby news, Black Eyed Peas front woman and footwear designer Fergie finally caved and shared that she and husband Josh Duhamel are expecting their first child via Twitter. We’re officially on baby bump watch! [Fergie Twitter]

He’s credited with shaping careers for singers from Whitney Houston to Kelly Clarkson, and in his memoir, music legend Clive Davis opens up about his professional prowess and personal life. The most shocking revelation? The 80-year-old executive comes out as a bisexual. [Entertainment Weekly]

Michael Jackson still reigns as the King of Pop, but his son has presumably decided to pursue a different career track. His eldest son, Prince Michael Jackson will make a primetime debut this week as an entertainment correspondent for Entertainment Tonight, airing this week. [CNN]