Star Scoop: Emma Stone Steams Up Broadway, Cara Delevingne’s Beach Body, Jessie J Shoots Up the VMAs

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It’s official: Emma Stone will make her Broadway debut by stepping into Michelle Williams’ Cabaret shoes. Her first show will be November 21 and she’ll close early February 2015. [Variety]

Fashion It-girl and browspiration Cara Delevingne is adding another project to her budding acting resume. With Hugh Jackman starrer Pan and Weinstein Company production��Tulip Fever under her belt, The Wrapreports she’s been tapped to star in Beach Boys movie musical All Summer Long. [New York Magazine]

Bang, BangJessie JAriana Grande, and Nicki Minajshot MTV down. The trio are confirmed to perform their collaborative banger for the first time during Sunday’s Video Music Awards. [MTV]

Since we’re talking Minaj, her anticipated video for “Anaconda” is here in full, rump-shaking glory. And it puts “Baby Got Back” to shame. [Vulture]

Benedict Cumberbatch is the latest heavyweight to join The Jungle Book’s silver screen adaptation. Now, before you jump for joy about him teaming with Scarlett Johansson and Lupita Nyong’o, hold your horses. Cumberbatch will voice the villainous Shere Khan with Christian BaleNaomie Harris, and Cate Blanchett in Warner Bros.’s adaptation, not the Disney live-action version that will star Johansson, Nyong’o, Idris ElbaBill Murray, and Christopher Walken. Battle of the blockbusters, eh? [The Hollywood Reporter]

Stone isn’t the only one headed center stage. Orange is the New Black’s Taylor Schillingwill spend A Month in the Country with Game of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage in an off-Broadway production. The 19th-Century story follows Dinklage as “Mikhail Rakitin, the friend and unrequited admirer of Schillings’ Natalya, the bored wife of a landowner.” [TIME]

Toby Keith and Jay Z may have had a great fiscal year—netting $65 million and $60 million respectively—but neither could top EDM’s cash king, Calvin Harris. The “Summer” chart topper reigned as the highest-paid DJ of the year, raking in $66 million between June 2013 and 2014. [Huffington Post]