Star Scoop: Jimmy Fallon’s Name Change, Hailee Steinfeld Does Shakespeare, Lenny Kravitz Designs Latifah


Come 2014, The Tonight Show will have a new host, executive producer, and name. Amy Ozols, who works with Jimmy Fallon on Late Night, will be joining him for the new Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on NBC next spring. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Relativity Media has acquired the rights to distribute Carlo Carlei's Romeo & Juliet in the U.S. The William Shakespeare adaptation stars True Grit Academy Award nominee Hailee Steinfeldand British actor Douglas Booth as the star-crossed protagonists. Paul Giamatti, Damian Lewis, and Ed Westwick are also part of the project, which will enter a limited release on September 6. [Variety]

We all know Lenny Kravitz for his Grammy Award-winning career and silver-screen role as Cinna in The Hunger Games trilogy, but his interior design skills will soon be the star of the show—Queen Latifah's show. The “American Woman” singer has been commissioned to design the set for the Covergirl’s new talk show on CBS. The Jada Pinkett-Smith produced spot will debut, along with Kravitz's “unusual textures and classic compositions,” on September 16. [Entertainment Weekly]

Billionaire media authority Oprah Winfrey is spreading the wealth. The OWN executive donated $12 million to the National Museum of African American History and Culture, a Smithsonian institution opening on the National Mall in 2015. “I am deeply appreciative of those who paved the path for me and all who follow in their footsteps,” the Master Class maven said in a statement. “By investing in this museum, I want to help ensure that we both honor and preserve our culture and history, so that the stories of who we are will live on for generations to come.” [Yahoo]

Dumb and Dumber can't get any, well, dumber. Warner Bros. has dropped production on a sequel to the 1994 comedy, Dumb and Dumber To (yes, one ‘o,’ not two). Brothers Bobby and Peter Farrelly, who started the franchise, are on the hunt for a new distribution deal. [CNN]

Pining for Lana Del Rey's latest? Well, your wish may have been answered. “Beautiful Player” appeared online today, and although it's new, it may or may not be an official single. The Gatsby singer didn't announce the song via any of her personal accounts, but it's still a welcome treat from the “Young and Beautiful” dame. [YouTube]

Ever wonder what performing with Rihanna is like? Haim can answer that. “We did like a test run with Rihanna, only performing one show and it was insane,” the 20-something sisters shared in an interview. “It was for the biggest audience we’ve ever performed for before, besides opening for Beyoncé at Chime For Change. It was definitely very intimidating.” Now, with a Governors Ball and David Letterman Show performance under their belts, we're sure hopping back on the Diamonds World Tour won't be so scary. [Huffington Post]

On June 18, you may be calling him Yeezus, but don't expect Kanye West to give up his seat on the throne. The Chicago-born emcee and Jay-Z will reportedly reunite for a follow-up to 2011's Watch the Throne. Producer Mike Dean revealed that the pair have “talked about it” but he won't drop anymore juice. “My lips are sealed,” Dean said in a chat on HuffPost Live. ”I don't want to do any spoilers.” Either way, when the collaboration does come to fruition, we're sure it'll get plenty of radio spins… even if West doesn't care. [MTV]