Star Scoop: Casting Cara Delevingne, Hollywood’s New A-List Baby, A Rosy View


She may be known as one of the preeminent fashion models of our day, but Cara Delevingne isn’t resting on her brows laurels. Rihanna’s BFF is steadily beefing up her acting repertoire, with a role opposite Nat Wolff (The Fault in Our Stars) as her latest conquest. The Burberry spokesmodel landed a role in Paper Towns, a drama about “young neighbors who share [a] jarring experience,” and the relationship ebbs and flows that evolve from it. [Variety]

It’s a hey girl! Eva Mendes and our (yes, our), boyfriend Ryan Gosling welcomed a bustling baby girl on Friday, September 12—two months after we found out Mendes was pregnant in the first place. We’ll let them slide on keeping mum, as long as we get the first pics! [MTV]

Producers knew what they were doing when they brought Rosie O’Donnell back to The View. Monday’s season 18 premiere, with Whoopi Goldberg as moderator and newcomers Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace on board, marked the show’s highest opener in eight years. We wonder what ElisabethHasselbeck, and her friends at Fox, have to say about that! [USA Today]

We applaud Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson for a spectacular first season on HBO’s True Detective. Now, it’s time for show runners to hand it over the the girls! After reports that Elisabeth Moss and Rachel McAdams were vying for season two’s female lead, it turns out that there are (at least) seven other candidates up for the part of “no-nonsense Monterey sheriff Ani Bezzerides.” They include Brit MarlingRosario Dawson, and—wait for it—Jessica Biel! [Vulture]

Bourne. Is. Back. Universal is reportedly reuniting Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass for another chapter in the Bourne Identity franchise, to be released July 2016. [Deadline]

Ever wonder what happened to Carson Daly post-Total Request LiveJimmy Kimmel has the answer. The late-night host is teaming up with Daly, now of The Voice fame, to produce a half-hour sitcom about “about a once massively popular VJ who loses it all and is forced to move back in with his parents.” We’re excited to see what these BFFs, with a 20-year history, have in store. [The Hollywood Reporter]

We didn’t forget what you did last summer. Neither did Sony. The production studio is looking to revamp its classic I Know What You Did Last Summer a new adaptation of the 1973 book. We doubt Jennifer Love Hewitt is joining in, though. [Vulture]