Star Scoop: Kanye Is Back in the Stone Age, Jonah Hill Gives His Blessing, NPH is Headed for AHS?!


Just call Kanye West king of the quotables. In his August 2014 cover for GQ magazine, Yeezus compares wife Kim Kardashian to dinosaurs, crowns Drake as hip-hop’s reigning champ, and—what we really want to know—hints that his next album could drop as soon as September. Which means it’s bound to end up soundtracking some Spring 2015 shows. [GlamBuzz]

Funny guy Jonah Hill took on a serious role over the weekend: officiant of Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s Los Cabos, Mexico wedding. The pair said “I Do” in front of 300 guests—including Robert Downey Jr., Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepeol, and Maroon 5’s Jesse Carmichael—with the 22 Jump Street star reportedly blessing their “loose, romantic, and fun” nuptials. [GlamChic]

Two of Hollywood’s hottest stars are gearing up to share the silver screen… again. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, er, Angelina Jolie and BradPitt, have been tapped to star in, write, direct, and produce Universal Pictures’ adaptation of By the Sea. It will be an “intimate, character-driven drama,” that Jolie says will allow the two to “be actors together and be really raw, open, try things.” [TIME]

Everybody is hopping on the American Horror Story train, and with season four drawing nigh, Neil Patrick Harris wants in on the Freak Show madness. “I wrote a letter to Ryan [Murphy], asking if I could be in it,” Harris said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly Radio. “And he didn't respond.” Until Friday, when Murphy tweeted that he has a role in mind for the Broadway buff. [Huffington Post]

No, ladies and gents, this isn’t your typical Craigslist ad. In an unconventional promo tactic, the first trailer for Nightcrawler has landedvia the popular postings site. A jobs-wanted listing appeared on Friday from the film’s main character, Louis Bloom, a “freelance crime journalist wrapped up in Los Angeles' underbelly.” Jake Gyllenhaal… is that you? [Indiewire]

And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for: a new look at the set of Star Wars: Episode VII. Director J.J. Abrams gave us a peek at a finished X-Wing, which was built for the epic’s Millennium Falcon. The news surely gave the space saga’s fans reason to go wild. As for us, we had to rely on Google to catch up on all the lingo. [Vulture]