Star Scoop: Angelina Jolie and Justin Timberlake Collab With Coen Bros., Justin Bieber and Drake are ‘Right Here,’ Nine Inch Nails Starts from Scratch


Angelina Jolie's newest collaborators aren't what we would at first expect, but considering her work behind the cameras, this deal make sense. The actress, director, mom, and philanthropist will be working with Joel and Ethan Coen on her next directorial feat, Unbroken. With credits for O Brother, Where Art Thou, No Country for Old Men, and True Grit, the Coen Brothers could really help Brad Pitt's lady bring home the glory. But that isn't the only Coen Brothers-union on the rise. The directorial duo enlisted Justin Timberlake for their forthcoming film, Inside Llewyn Davis. The 20/20 Experience crooner also teamed up with Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus Mumford to soundtrack the release. [E! Online]

Justin Bieber and Drake are prepping for the premiere of “Right Here,” meaning Bieber-mania ensues. And, taking the lead from Timberlake's “Suit & Tie” tease, the pair have released a lyric video of the feel-good tune. [Huffington Post]

In the words of founder Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails is “reinventing itself from scratch.” The industrial rock supergroup with ever-changing members, is hitting the music industry hard thanks to a new album and summer tour, with Reznor leading the way. This go-round, NIN will consist of Eric Avery, Josh Eustis, Adrian Belew, Alessandro Cortini, and Ilan Rubin. [L.A. Times]

Speaking of comebacks, did somebody say The Who? The English band is returning to Rhode Island tonight to make up for missing its Quadrophenia and More Tour stop there in 1979. Its R.I. date was originally canceled after 11 fans were trampled to death during the group's Cincinnati show that same year. And to think, it only took The Who 33 years. [CNN]

Your favorite get-up-and-move guilty pleasure is back. Dancing with the Stars is gearing up for its 16th season, with quite the crowd of contenders: Lisa Vanderpump, Wynonna Judd, Victor Ortiz, and Andy Dick are among this season's celebrity competitors. [Wall Street Journal]

And although Ryan Seacrest's sweetheart Julianne Hough won't be returning to DWTS this season, she and her ballroom dancing brother, Derek Hough, will be continuing their reality television circuit. The pair are working with Starz on Blackpool, a series centered around “the darker side of the glamorous world of ballroom dance.” [ET Online]