Star Scoop: Jimmy Fallon Readies for ‘Tonight Show,’ Orlando Bloom Headed to Broadway, Angelina Jolie Opens School in Afghanistan


After months of speculation and a West Side Story duet to show for it, we can officially report that Jimmy Fallon is bringing The Tonight Show back to 30 Rock. After a 22-year stint as the host of the popular late-night talk show in Burbank, California, NBC confirmed Jay Leno will be stepping down in 2014. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Send our regards to Orlando Bloom on Broadway! Miranda Kerr's better half will be making his Great White Way debut in a modern-day adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. He'll star opposite Tony Award nominee Condola Rashad in the classic Shakespearean play that will use race as a central issue in two lovers' tragic fates. Romeo and Juliet will open at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on September 19th. [LA Times]

Angelina Jolie makes just as many headlines for her philanthropic work as her theatrical talent, and this news is no exception. The Maleficentstar has opened an all-girls school in Afghanistan for girls, which she will fund with profits from her jewelry line, Style by Jolie. [GlamChic]

Are you ready to catch Jennifer Lawrence's fire? There's a new seven-second peak at the second installment of The Hunger Games trilogy floating around the web, teasing the real Catching Fire promo that will debut during this year's MTV Movie Awards on April 19th. [Entertainment Weekly]

First, Glastonbury, now this: The Rolling Stones are hitting the road! In continued celebration of their 50th anniversary, the iconic band will perform in nine shows across the U.S., including Los Angeles, Chicago, Vegas, and Boston. [Huffington Post]