Star Scoop: CrazySexyCool Soars, Holding Off on Entourage, Do The Right Thing Doing Broadway?



VH1's Monday night debut of CrazySexyCool pulled in 4.5 million viewers, making it the most-viewed original cable movie of the year and in the network's history. And that is “ooooooohhh… on the TLC tip!” [Entertainment Weekly]

Cash rules everything around me… and the potential for an Entourage silver screen reunion. Plans to move forward with the Warner Bros. production have been stalled as Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, and Kevin Dillon battle it out for compensation similar to star Jeremy Piven's. [The Hollywood Reporter]

In other comeback news, the cast of Do The Right Thing came together 25 years after the film's first bow as part of Entertainment Weekly's Reunions issue. And, if director Spike Lee gets his way, the BK classic could be getting revived on Broadway. [ABC News]

It turns out thatGeorge Clooney's Monuments Men won't be a contender for the next Academy Awards after all. The World War II-based drama, originally set for a December 18 release, has been pushed back to an early 2014 debut. [Variety]

Fifteen years after Britney Spears first “hit me baby, one more time,” video director Nigel Dick revisits the iconic track, Spears’ super-sexy debut, and the “little ripple [it made] in pop culture.” [The Daily Beast]

For your daily dose of funny, here's the newest trailer for the return of Ron Burgundy in company in Anchorman 2. [The Hollywood Reporter]