Star Scoop: Gwyneth Paltrow Heads to the Clubhouse, It’s Nicki’s Time (AGAIN), Listen to Christian Grey’s iPod


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Welcome to the clubhouse! Gwyneth Paltrow will head to Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with host Andy Cohenon January 15. We wonder how long it’ll take him to bring up Jennifer Lawrenceand Chris Martin’s on-again fling. [E! Online]

Beyoncé isn’t the only top-billed act lending vocals to Fifty Shades of GreyThe WeekndSiaEllie GouldingSkylar Grey, and Jessie Ware have all been tapped for its official soundtrack, slated to drop on February 10. Interestingly enough, Rita Ora, who stars as Mia Grey on the silver screen, didn’t make the album cut. [ELLE]

Does The Grand Budapest Hotel have what it takes to best Birdman? Though the latter has led nominations at stateside awards shows, the Wes Anderson comedy is top contender at the 2015 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards. It earned a whopping 11 nominations, including a bid for Best Film, where it will face BirdmanBoyhood, The Imitation Game, and The Theory of Everything. [Variety]

The fact that legendary writer Joan Didion landed a Céline ad is major for everyone… except her. “I don’t have any clue,” she told The New York Times about the Internet’s reaction to her chic coup. “I have no idea.” Impossibly cool, that one. [New York Times]

Move over J. Law. Step aside Shailene. The world’s next YA cinema star has arrived. Hailee Steinfeld will star in the film adaptation of Carrie Pilby. The story’s titular character is a certified genius who graduates from Harvard at the tender age of 19. Not the dystopian plot line YA films have been known for, but an interesting peg, nonetheless. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Donald Glover is back to his “immature’ ways. The actor-comedian assumed the identity of Childish Gambino and dropped a video for his new song, “Sober.” The track is part of his seven-song EP, Kauai, which features Jaden Smith and Christian Rich. [Stereogum]