Star Scoop: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Sets ‘Don Jon’ Date, A ‘Late Night’ Ahead for Seth Meyers, Coachella Revives Jurassic 5


We can finally clear our calendars for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's latest project, Don Jon. The comedy, in which JGL finds the meaning of love thanks to Scarlett Johansson and Julianne Moore's characters, will hit theaters October 18th following an acclaimed Sundance Festival debut. [Vulture]

Jimmy Fallon is saying goodbye to Late Night to take over the reigns at The Tonight Show. So who's about to fill his late-night spot? The odds are in Saturday Night Live star Seth Meyers's favor. If this proves true come 2014, Meyers will join the ranks ofalum David Letterman, Conan O'Brien, and Fallon, making him the fourth host in franchise history. [Huffington Post]

Coachella is bringing more than enough good this spring: day-glo galore, celebrity-inspired style, and indie favorites to ring in warmer weather. For true hip-hop enthusiasts, it's also ushering in the return of early 2000’s group Jurassic 5. The “What's Golden” alternative gang is reuniting tonight at the annual festival, six years after initially calling it quits. [L.A. Times]

Move over, boys! This season of American Idol is left for the girls to grab! After last night's elimination of male contestant Lazaro Arbus, the show has its first, all-female final five in its 12-season history. Candice Glover, who got glittered by judge Mariah Carey after her stellar rendition of “Lovesong,” will be competing with Amber Holcomb, Angie Miller, Janelle Arthur, and Kree Harrison for next week's show, aptly themed after Divas. [ET Online]

Cannes Film Festival deets just keep rolling in, much to our delight. We already know that Leonardo DiCaprio's The Great Gatsbywill open the fête, and French actress Audrey Tautouwill serve as host. Now, we can reveal what film will close the annual competition: Zulu. Starring Forest Whitaker and Orlando Bloom, the neo-noir thriller follows two detectives investigating a crime during apartheid's reign in South Africa. If received well, Whitaker could win a second Best Male Actor honor for his role in the film; his first came in 1988 for Bird. [Hollywood Reporter]