Star Scoop: JLaw Doesn’t Want to #BreakTheInternet, Beyoncé for $200 Please, Selma Shakes up the Oscars Race


Some celebrities may aspire to #BreakTheInternet, but Jennifer Lawrence wants no parts of that world. In an interview with BBC 1 Radio, she shunned social media and all its offering, vowing to never join the party. “I’m not very good on phones or technology. I cannot even keep up on e-mail so the idea of Twitter is so unthinkable to me. I don’t really understand what it is. It’s like this weird enigma that people talk about, and it’s fine, I respect that, but no, I’ll never get a Twitter, and if you ever see a Facebook or Instagram or Twitter that says it’s me, it most certainly is not.” [Harper’s Bazaar]

So… Jeopardy unveiled a Beyoncé category on its show last night during a “Tournament of Champions” competition. Had we been contestants, Glam would have left with all the cash. [Stereogum]

There’s The Theory of Everything and American SniperFoxcatcherand The Imitation Game. Now, after a surprise screening and standing ovation at Tuesday night’s AFI Fest, Selma is shaking things up as a top contender for the 2015 Academy Awards. The Ava DuVernay-helmed drama “will likely earn a best picture nomination” with star David Oyelowo all but guaranteed to battle it out for the night’s Best Actor award. [Variety]

YouTube’s new streaming service is nothing more than a “Music” tab that users can access from their logged-in home pages; but that doesn’t mean the Google property is bowing down to Spotify. Next week, it will launch YouTube Music Key, a $9.99 subscription service that will allow a seamless offline and ad-free listening experience. Does Taylor Swift approve? [Billboard]

Speaking of new tunes, Vice Media and Live Nation are stepping up for a mic check. “We saw this big white space for news and we saw an even bigger white space for music,” said Vice CEO Shane Smith about a new digital content platform the two companies will launch early next year. “And what we like are challenges…We see this as a tremendous opportunity to make ground breaking content.” As Vice is so prone to do. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Introducing your new YA obsession: Shailene Woodley. A full trailer for her second Divergent film, Insurgent, has arrived, in a world where nothing is the same. That is, if you count floating houses and fiery hallucinations as anything but ordinary. [ELLE]