Star Scoop: Fifty Shades Ties Us Up, Gaga Gets Goofy, Don Cheadle Walks the Mile,


They are Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson no more. See the two Fifty Shades of Greyleads transformed into Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele for the first time ever on the cover of Entertainment Weekly. Don't get too excited though—we won't see their salacious love affair play out on the big screen until Valentine's Day 2015. [Entertainment Weekly]

See Gaga in Glamour. See Gaga for Versace. See Gaga on SNLLady Gaga's double shift as the host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live is vastly approaching. Here's her promo, alongside Kenan Thompson, for the one-day gig. [ET Online]

It's double duty for Tim Gunn. The Project Runway veteran, who will help contenders make it work when the show returns next year, has landed his own show on Lifetime. Under the Gunn will feature former Project Runway contestants Mondo Guerra, Anya Ayoung-Chee, and Nick Verreos as they mentor 15 emerging designers. Talk about a meta moment. [Deadline]

Don Cheadle's directorial debut is all that jazz. The House of Lies actor will direct and star in Kill The Trumpet Player, a BiFrost Pictures production about legendary musician Miles Davis. [The Huffington Post]

First, there was the poster. Now, there's this. The first official trailer of Angelina Jolie as Maleficent—chiseled cheeks and all—has landed. [Los Angeles Times]

Britney Jean is making it a family affair. Britney Spears’ upcoming album boasts only three features, including one for “Chillin’ With You,” alongside her little sister Jamie Lynn. [Twitter]

In case that dose of vitamin B isn't enough, tune in to E! on December 22nd when the network will air I Am Britney Jean, a 90-minute documentary about Spears’ upcoming venture in Las Vegas. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Could The Real World be boiling over? Show co-creator Jonathan Murray says the show is finally changing its format—and name—after 20 years and 28 seasons. When the reality spot returns to San Francisco for its 29th season, seven strangers, picked to live in a house, will be surprised when their exes move in. [Entertainment Weekly]