Star Scoop: Hogwarts Heads Back to Theaters, Pharrell Warms Up His Voice, Frozen Earns the Most Cold Hard Cash


There are a few halls in Hogwarts that still need exploring. J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spinoff, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, will become a trilogy for the silver screen (yup, that’s right, 3 megamovies). Don’t expect Emma Watson or the rest of the gang, as the films will be set 70 years before the gang first head to platform 9 ¾. [Mashable]

Pharrell is having the best year ever! After an Oscar nod, Grammy wins, and a cavalcade of collaborations with the likes of Adidas, Comme des Garçons, and many more, he’s adding another commitment to his calendar as the new judge for The Voice. The music maestro will take over mentoring duties for Cee Lo Green, who announced back in February he’d be leaving the show. We wonder if his iconic hat will make an appearance. [E! News]

Sorry, Woody, it looks like you’ll have to “let it go” when it comes to the top spot at the box office. Since it's November release, Frozen earned a total of $1.072 billion as it finally opened in Japan, pushing past Toy Story 3 to become the highest grossing animated film of all time! Apparently all of those YouTube covers were worth it for Queen Elsa and the gang. [Variety]

Set your Ticketmaster alerts now, Nashville fans! After a year filled with roadshow rumors, Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio, and more will take their talents on the road to New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. with tickets going on sale April 4th. While Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere won't be along for the ride, this is one show no one’s going to want to miss [Billboard]

Here’s something beat your case of the Mondays. After declaring “Grown Woman” as our anthem with the surprise release of her visual album, Beyonce already revamped the original video for the song. Featuring a set of alter egos tapped from her old home videos synched up to the lyrics and plenty of animation, the new visuals give a refreshed look at the bonus track. [Music Play On]

Nicole Richie is taking her brand of sass back to the small screen for her own VH1 reality series, #CandidlyNicole, based on her Twitter feed and AOL web series. She’ll share her daily life, including her hubby and adorable kids, while espousing her view on pop culture, always touching on the taboo when it hits the air in July. [VH1]